Episode Description In our season three mid-season finale, Sarah and Bruce along with Patrick Hickox of Hickox Williams Architects dig deep into the history of architecture and the evolution of “home.” From ancient Egypt to modern day living, hear how the design of a home has always been a reflection of the human family, shaped by the surrounding habitation, means of survival and, more … [Read more...] about Episode 21: The History of Architecture
Episode 20: Aging in Place
Episode Description Home is your comfort space, and for many of us it’s where we plan to stay to the bitter end! While the layout of your home may serve your needs now, there is a strong possibility that adjustments will have to be made as you age. Sarah and Bruce welcome Josh Safdie, Managing Principal at KMA Architecture + Accessibility to share his expertise on how to make sure your home … [Read more...] about Episode 20: Aging in Place
Episode 19: What’s Snow Got To Do With It?
Episode Description The recent snow has us thinking – have you taken the necessary steps to winterize your home? Sarah and Bruce welcome back S+H’s Ed Sullivan to talk about the proper ways to winterize your home and why it’s so important. Everything from gutter maintenance, to preventing freezing pipes, proper snow removal, and managing those dreaded ice dams, this episode will make sure … [Read more...] about Episode 19: What’s Snow Got To Do With It?
Episode 18: Ain’t It Fun, Living In The Real World?
Episode Description Sarah and Bruce welcome Rob Russo to talk all things living on your own for the first time! Specifically focused on 20 something’s moving into their first rental apartment or home and the “tools” they need, both literally and figuratively, to thrive. Rob discusses the importance of what to have in a proper tool box, and also goes over what to tackle vs. when to call in back … [Read more...] about Episode 18: Ain’t It Fun, Living In The Real World?
Conversations with Rob Russo
We had the pleasure of sitting down with Rob Russo and discussing the topic of all things you should know about living on your own for the first time. Specifically focused on 20 something’s moving into their first rental apartment or home and the “tools” they need, both literally and figuratively, to thrive. Rob discusses the importance of what to have in a proper toolbox, and also goes over what … [Read more...] about Conversations with Rob Russo
Site Work and Landscaping
The outside of your house is every bit as important as the inside. S+H Construction’s Site Work and Landscaping Division specializes in creating outdoor spaces that are beautiful and enhance the functionality of your home. We work in conjunction with landscape architects and designers to bring your yard vision to life. Looking for some inspiration? Here we highlight some top landscaping trends for … [Read more...] about Site Work and Landscaping
Going Behind the Walls
While usually not a concern to most homeowners, what lies behind your walls, and how everything works, is in fact a critical part of your home design and construction. The building science of homes is ever changing and complicated, which is why it’s important you work with a team who is vetted and knowledgeable about the process. When it comes time to open the walls of your home, what exactly … [Read more...] about Going Behind the Walls
Conversations with Chris Zizza
Chris Zizza of C+R Flooring has been in the business or over 35 years. A master of his craft, we recently had Chris on ‘Builder’s Notebook: The Podcast’ to share his expertise on all things flooring. Chris taught us a lot, below are some of the highlights from our conversation. To listen to the whole podcast, and make sure you check out all our episodes! All right, so let's start off with a … [Read more...] about Conversations with Chris Zizza