News from Chase Custom Homes


Simple Tips for Keeping a House Cool in Summer

Whether it’s a new custom home or an existing lifestyle, there are several techniques any homeowner can employ to keep cooler in the summer and lower energy bills. They most work well for winter needs as well.

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Recycled/reclaimed materials offer custom homebuyers beautiful design options and environmental cred

From old barn wood and beams, to antique fixtures and recycled roofing and insulation, the recycled/reclaimed marketplace is a hot commodity

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In a new custom home a professional interior designer invariably raises the “wow factor”

Many people believe that interior designers raise the cost and take over the design control, but the truth is that they save money and far exceed homeowner expectations.

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Increase the Value of Your Home and Save Money by Building “Green”

Reducing energy costs is the first that comes to mind when building a “green” home. Increasingly, buyers are looking for “green” features and even the National Association of Realtors have created the Green MLS Toolkit that helps realtors identify homes that are “green.”

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Kitchen trends offer many options for the centerpiece room of any home

Chase Custom Homes of Denver is intimately involved in all aspects of home design, and notes that the most interesting aspect of any new home is what’s available for the kitchen

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The Green Home

Chase Custom Homes works with many custom-home architects fully certified to follow LEED "green" building standards.

Basement Remodels

The basement of a home can be one of the most temperately comfortable in the heat of summer or in the dead of winter.

About Spencer Chase

Spencer Chase ensures that every level of service and every project will be met with the highest standards in the business.