You’ve spent the summer months mowing, watering, weeding and feeding your lawn, and your hard work has really paid off. Don’t stop now! Fall in Virginia is your prime opportunity to give your lawn the boost it needs to weather the winter and come back strong in the spring.
Here in Virginia, ghosts, goblins and witches have officially started emerging from the Atlantic Builders' attics and storage. As eerie and spook-tacular as the Halloween holiday is meant to be, some decorations are better off staying packed away. Instead, check out these fun craft ideas that will make tastefully decorating your home for Halloween as easy as (pumpkin) pie!
Fall is all about enjoying the distinct flavors of the season. There’s nothing better than a homemade meal of fresh vegetables from your local farms. But why not bring some of those delicious veggies right to your door without ever leaving home!
Not all home improvements are meant to be enjoyed as a homeowner as much as they’ll benefit you as a seller. These upgrades may not be glamorous or elaborate, but they could make or break the sale of your home.
Saving energy doesn’t always mean getting new appliances, installing insulation, or replacing windows. Even if you live in a brand new, super efficient home, there are plenty of ways to lower your energy bills and protect the environment.
So you're ready to buy that new Atlantic Builders home and make the move to Virginia? If your only concern is selling your current home, we've got you covered with these tips!
Whether it’s your first home with your growing family or a place to retire with your loved one, building or buying a home is one of the biggest decisions and investments you’ll make in your lifetime. It shouldn’t simply fit your needs, but instead, reflect everything that’s unique about you and your family.
Located in Zion Crossroads, Spring Creek is close to everything but away from it all. These elegant villa-style homes are priced from the low $280’s, and include many high-end features and finishes.
For people who love flowers, there is no greater joy than taking even the smallest patch of ground and coaxing a beautiful flower to grow. One of the particular joys of gardening is the sense that certain plants are old friends who come to visit every year. These are perennials, plants that die to the ground in the winter, re-emerging in the spring to bloom at different periods throughout the growing season.
Moving Day!! We are in the midst of a move from The Chelsey Model at Stafford Estates to The Chelsey Model at Oakley Reserve. The houses are similar in plan, with the biggest difference being that the new model has the Alternate Second Floor, featuring the laundry room on the second floor. In instructing the […]