#6) Maintenance free decking

Composite decking

Considering how beautiful Colorado is, it would be a shame not to ensure you build your home to take advantage of it all. Adding a deck to your home is an excellent way to expand your living space and create an area where you can sit out and enjoy the fresh air and views. While many think of wood when considering decks, wood can pose many problems, especially in Colorado, where the weather can damage wood quickly.

Instead, composite decking offers a durable, long-lasting alternative without sacrificing beauty. Composite decking can withstand the weather, including snow and sun, will not suffer from freeze-thaw cycles, and is virtually maintenance-free.

#7) Smart Home Technology

Smart home innovations

Smart home technology is becoming an increasingly popular addition to homes across the country. This refers to a group of technology that homeowners can buy and control with smart devices, such as light bulbs, thermostats, smart hubs, security systems, and more. While adding all of this technology can be costly, it does come with benefits. For one, it can allow your home to become more energy efficient by having the heater or air conditioner turn on when it senses motion or turn lights off at a specific time each day. These features, in turn, mean you can save money on your energy bill.

Smart home technology also can create a sense of security, as you can check that your doors are locked, lights are off, or HVAC set to away when you’re not home, straight from your smartphone.

Choosing a Superior Material is Important

More and more people are moving to Colorado for a whole host of reasons. It is hard to blame them, considering all the state has to offer. Building a new home is a big undertaking and can be very stressful, especially when considering the endless material options.

These are just a few of the trending and innovative materials to consider when building a home in Colorado. Not only are they attractive, but they add value and are sure to stand the test of time–especially with Colorado’s weather and climate in mind.

For additional information, contact Innovative Building Materials at (512) 596-2954 or [email protected].

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