Houzz Your Home: Part 2

With Houzz, you can interact as much or as little as you’d like. On this website, you’ll also find discussion boards and useful articles from professionals on topics that range from the building process, to cautionary tales, to cool and new products or trends that you’ll just have to have.

If you find a product you like, or have an interest in something you see in one of their photos, you can ask these professionals a question directly on their photo link. When asking a question, you can choose to make it public for all to see, or mark it private to keep your interaction between the home professional and yourself.

This giant database of ideas and advice can be accessed by computer, mobile phone, or tablet. Spend some time exploring, so you can come prepared with a wish list when you meet with your builder.

Research is an important part of the homebuilding process, and Houzz makes it easy. It’s a great website to help you get your dream home started!

Kaila Sawlor Sawlor Built Homes Custom Home Builder in Nova Scotia

Kaila Sawlor

Kaila is the Marketing Manager of Sawlor Built Homes. She continuously updates our profile on Facebook, Instagram, Houzz, Twitter, Google+ and Pinterest, and is focused on all marketing initiatives.

A third generation family member of Sawlor Built Homes, Kaila joined the company in 2011. She is an active member of the Canadian Home Builder's Association - Nova Scotia Marketing Committee and she continues to update her education and training, intent on becoming an industry leader in new home marketing.

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