Archive: 2020

Happy Holidays from Sawlor Built Homes

In the 51 years we’ve been in business, we haven’t seen a year quite like 2020.

Save or Splurge?

You’ve likely already crunched the numbers and know what you can afford. You’ve also likely scoped out ideas for your new home and started a wish list – perhaps with a few things on it that could stretch your budget. Knowing when to splurge and when to save will help you make room for those nice-to-have items, while ensuring you have all that you need.

Let's Stay Home

Home has been the place to be these past few months. We’ve swapped movie theatres for movie nights at home and relied on takeout or home cooking for meals. All that extra time at home might have made you think about what you need to feel comfortable in your space, especially if you’re looking to build a new home.

Building a Home in the "New Normal"

COVID-19 has changed the way many of us live and work. At Sawlor Built Homes, the health and safety of our customers, contractors and staff is of utmost importance, and so we’ve been adjusting to this “new normal.” If you’re looking to build a home, what does this mean for you?

Energy Efficient Practices: Then and Now

The 10-year challenge has been all the rage on social media, where people compare themselves now to who they were a decade ago. If we were to look at how energy efficient practices have evolved in the homebuilding industry these past 10 years, today’s standards would be the clear winner.

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Right from the start Keith impressed us with his calm, professional demeanor, his eagerness to help and his deep knowledge of his trade.

Irene & Marius

Testimonials

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Twitter accounts covering innovation and consumer issues with the tech in our homes.