The technology provided by smart homes can be more than just convenient. It can save owners a ton of money, particularly during the hot summer months.
Today’s home designs blend indoor living with the outdoors. Summer kitchens, wall-less living rooms, and outdoor showers are examples of hybrid living.
Our new HealthSmart program includes multiple features that can help you fight off seasonal allergies and breathe easier year-round.
Reduce allergens inside your home with these tips from LifeStyle Homes.
Spending time together in your backyard is a great way to ring in summertime. Good food and good company will make getting together a special time.
Find out the top benefits of installing a solar panel array on your home this spring, which will allow you to maximize its advantages.
Certain plants, like bee balm and calendula, have fragrant flowers that attract bees and butterflies. Plant them at your new home to help pollinators.
Instead of wearing yourself out with spring cleaning this year, take advantage of the convenient time and effort-saving features of smart home devices.
Promote better mental health with features in your home that are inspiring, calming, and inviting.
Save electricity without compromising on your comfort. Each of these methods is easy to incorporate into your everyday lifestyle.
Ready for spring cleaning? Here are six tips to help you declutter your home this spring.
The kitchen is a good starting point for a safe and healthy home. Read on to learn how to prevent cross-contamination and about proper food storage.
Nothing beats the sun’s radiance, whether it is during the sunniest time or the darker winter months. Let the sunshine flow through your home to uplift your spirits.
Learn how to make your home peaceful and tranquil while also adding convenient automated features to your space.
The big decision of whether to go solar gets easier with each passing year. Here are five reasons why 2021 is a great year to invest in a solar system.
A variety of digital tools have made the LifeStyle homebuying journey easier than ever. Here is how to get started.
Stone accents provide a unique, nature-inspired, personalized look to new homes. These accents can be added to both interiors and exteriors.
When you’re traveling away from home for the holidays, use these helpful tips to keep your home safe and secure.
Light displays should be at the top of the list when planning fun Christmas activities for the kids. Automated lights create holiday magic.
With a dose of creativity, nominal effort, and minimal investment, make DIY holiday centerpieces that are fodder for discussion and are a lasting memento.
From houseplants to rugs to decluttering, there are plenty of ways to turn your house into a warm and cozy home.
LifeStyle Homes goes the extra mile to keep rodents out of your home with superior seals and sprays.
The right interior finishes in your home can improve your indoor air quality and minimize in-home health hazards.
ZIP System® offers air and vapor home protection plus roof decking protection to create a protective envelope around your home.
Where else can you enjoy a rocket launch while relaxing on the beach?
If an issue arises in your first year of homeownership, LifeStyle Homes will take care of the repair.
Here are some tips for getting your outdoor kitchen just right. You can pick one or embrace them all.
We are now selling exquisite, energy-efficient homes in this desirable neighborhood.
This article will take you through the process, from construction to keys.
What defines an open-concept floorplan, and is it ideal for your home?
Investing in new construction can save you more money in the long run.
HBCA membership has benefited LifeStyle in a variety of ways, ultimately having an impact on our customer experience.
It is our goal at LifeStyle Homes to make sure the homebuilding process is as smooth and seamless as possible. Here are three approaches we recommend homebuyers take.
Save on monthly utility costs, qualify for tax incentives, and lower greenhouse gas emissions.
There are several simple cleaning methods you can use to make your new home significantly more energy efficient.