A Year in Review

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A look back at some of Colorado Builder’s most viewed articles in 2023

Articles about design, building, outdoor living, business management, and community impact all landed on our list of the “most viewed articles” of 2023.

Here’s a breakdown of Colorado Builder most-viewed articles of the year by category, along with links to the articles themselves.

Design

home design
© Mark Quentin, StudioQphoto.com

What’s Popular in Home Design: Three local builders and architects share five new home design trends that hold some serious staying power [Read Now]

thinking
© Volodymyr Tverdokhlib | Dreamstime.com

Thinking, the Best Practice: Simply thinking something through can trump most technology [Read Now]

Build

water
© Juan Enrique Del Barrio Arribas | Dreamstime.com

Mile High and Dry: Wetter weather means builders might need to do more to keep sites and homes free of water [Read Now]

good relationships
© Ascent Builders

Building Relationships Matters to Ascent: Ascent Builders shares three of its go-to products [Read Now]

Outdoor Living

xeriscaping
Xeriscapes aren’t “zeroscapes.” They can be vibrant and welcoming. © The Green Fuse Landscape & Design

Three Common Xeriscaping Myths: Set your brand apart with lush—not barren—water-wise landscapes [Read Now]

dog
© Alexey Maximenko

Doggone Good Homes: Home and yard features that appeal to dogs and their owners [Read Now]

Business Management

legal challenges
© Susan Sheldon | Dreamstime.com

Mitigating Legal Risks in Urban Sustainable Building: Learn about some of the most common risks associated with urban sustainable building and ideas regarding how builders can manage those risks [Read Now]

home staging
© Alpine Mountain Ranch and Club

Setting the Stage: Best practices for ensuring a new build or remodel is well-positioned to sell [Read Now]

Community Impact

play area
© PCL Construction

PCL Construction Helps Make-A-Wish Project: PCL Construction teamed with Make-A-Wish Colorado to help create an “outdoor” play area for a wish recipient [Read Now]

giving back
© Safe Harbor Lab Rescue

Nested Continues to Pay It Forward: Who is Nested? [Read Now]

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