Selecting the Best Upgrades for Your Custom Home

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TORONTO - eTradeWire -- Custom built homes are never cheap, but that doesn't mean that you shouldn't try to get the most out of your budget. In short, build the best home you can within your budget, without skimping on quality services or materials. There are some upgrades that Lion's Den Construction suggests for every new home that will fit in regardless of your personal style.

Extra Garage Space

On the surface, it may seem too expensive to add a second garage to your new home, but it's worth it. Not only will you get more storage space, but the overall value of your home will also increase with the size of your garage bay.

High Ceilings

There is something classically beautiful about high ceilings. Not only do they add actual and visual space in the home, but they also enhance the mood of the house.

More Wood Floors

Hardwood floors are a great way to add a graceful touch to a new home, while also being cost-effective. Hardwood floors are easier to maintain than carpet, and make an excellent choice for high traffic areas. If possible, make all high traffic places in your home out of hardwood to save money in the long-run...

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How We Can Help

If you're interested in building in the Toronto area, Lions Den Construction would love to help you create your dream home. Our experts will discuss the various upgrade options with you at length, ensuring you get everything that you want out of the project. For more information on our Toronto custom built homes, contact our team today at (416) 893–8318!

Custom Homes by Lions Den Construction: https://www.lionsdenconstruction.com/service/custom-built-homes-toronto-gta/

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