Home Ownership Tips
Owning a home is great, but keeping up with roof, gutters and lawn care, buying new appliances, researching the best schools near which to buy, and other tasks can often seem daunting – particularly for new home owners. But they don’t have to be!
In this blog, we offer a variety of homeowner tips, including home maintenance insights, how to buy new appliances – and what kind to buy, DIY recommendations, helpful information about area schools, inside looks at some of our maintenance-free and traditional Belmonte homes and communities, as well as a little bit of history about this great region in which we live and work.
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Jun 30, 2014 | News & Awards
Belmonte Builders, an award winning builder based in Clifton Park, NY recently initiated a “Daylily Rescue Event” on a property known as Saxton Gardens. The late Stanley E. Saxton was a legendary daylily hybridizer and long-time Saratoga Springs resident. Saxton...read more
Home safety is just as important as home maintenance. Here's a look at some general safety precautions you can take on a regular basis to keep you, your family and your home safe year round. First of all, every home should have at least one fire extinguisher per...read more
The beginning of summer is a great time to give your home's exterior a look-over to avoid some potentially costly work down the road. Just a quick inspection can help identify minor repairs before they become huge headaches. First off, take a look at your siding and...read more
Given how little time most of us spend in the garage, it can be easily overlooked when considering regular home maintenance. The cost of installing a new garage door or repairing moisture damage can be downright staggering though and can be easily avoided with some...read more
With the summer months approaching, now is a great time to check and maintain your basement. In no time at all, you can keep harmful moisture out and save yourself big money! When you head downstairs, the first thing you are going to want to do is check your pipes...read more