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Nilson Homes works with Have a Heart Foundation on new home in Layton

Please read yesterday’s press article in the Standard Examiner announcing Nilson’ Homes participation and agreement to build the Have a Heart Foundation‘s 2015 home located in Layton, UT.

http://www.standard.net/Government/2015/05/20/Have-a-Heart-Home.html

The Have a Heart Foundation and all of its partners are working with Layton City and Nilson Homes on drawing up plans for the home that will be built later this summer.

Please follow us on all of our social networks for more information about this wonderful project.


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If you’re looking for the perfect floor plan for your family, look no farther. The Muirfield is a great home for most families. At an impressive 2,834 square feet this home is sure to help organize your life. The general Muirfield plan is a 3 bed 2 bath home with single level living. The main level of living includes 1,417 square feet of living space and the unfinished basement adds another 1,417 square feed. With this plan you’re leaving youself room to expand as the basement can be finished at a later date if your family decides they need the space.

If you’d prefer we can finish the basement right away and turn this home into a five bed and three bath home. We currently have a Muirfield model , a laundry room and two car garage. This project is currently in the process of being built, so if you act sooner rather than later, you may still have a chance to request certain features in your new home.

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The main floor of this home has a entry way so that you can greet guests and have a place to take your shoes off when you get home. The entry way is accessed through the front door as well as the garage. Straight through the entry way you enter the homes Great room. This room is quite large and is open to the kitchen and dining area to allow for an open feeling throughout the home. The open floor plan also allows for plenty of natural lighting to shine through the large windows throughout the day, saving you money on your energy bills!

The kitchen of this home has plenty of cupboard space, beautiful granite counter space, and is designed with a modern look. This home also has a large walk-in pantry and a serving nook, both of which help to make entertaining in this home a breeze. The pantry is a perfect place to store extra foods and appliances, and the dining nook is great for serving trays. The dining is connected to the large backyard patio, that simple feature makes this home a great place to host outdoor parties and activities.

On the opposite side of the home is the master suite, two additional bedrooms, the laundry room, and a bathroom. The master suite of this home has a large bedroom, huge walk-in closet, and, arguably the best feature, a large master bathroom. The master bathroom for this home has a shower, soaking tub, private toilet and double vanity.

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The basement of this home is furnished and has an additional two bedrooms, a large rec room, and an additional bathroom. The furnished option of this home is perfect for large or growing families or for families that work from home. The basement bedrooms can easily be converted into offices, exercise rooms, hobby rooms, or whatever room your family needs. The large rec room is perfect for use as an additional living room, a gaming room, and a home theater! The options are limitless.


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Building a new home in the Twin Cities can be an overwhelming project, and when you’re building a custom home from start to finish it can be downright terrifying. Don’t let fear prevent you from building your custom dream home. To help those who are interested in designing their dream home we’ve created a planning guide called Building a Quality Home. It’s a comprehensive guide to the process of home building. It includes tips as well as pointing out pitfalls to avoid.

This week we’ll be focusing on the top four mistakes to avoid when you’re starting your new home project;

  • Focus on the floor plan – When you work with a custom home builder, you’re not just purchasing  a stock blue print, you’re partnering with a firm to design and build a custom home created specifically for your taste and lifestyle. The firm you choose will design a home based on your specifications so it’s a good idea to choose a firm that you like.  A good floor plan is a necessary part of building a home, but if you become so focused on the floor plan you can lose sight of budget, zoning issues and other building concerns that only a professional builder can navigate.
  • Choosing the Lowest Bid – We all want to save money but choosing a builder based only on the cost of the bid is bound to end in disaster. Choose a builder with whom you trust, respect and one you’ve done a little research on. Talk to their past clients and find out how happy they are with the finished product. We’ll talk more about choosing the right builder in coming months but for now consider if you’d want to fly on a plane built by the lowest bidder.
  • Not allowing enough time – When you decide to build a new home, especially a custom home, you want to move into as soon as possible. Any why not? This new custom home will have all of the features you’ve always wanted in a home. It will be built around the way you, and only you, live your life. Of course you’d want to have it completed as soon as possible. But give it time. Building a new custom home is an investment in both time and money so make sure it done right by not hurrying the project.
  • Settling on a used house – You want to move, you need more space, a different location — whatever the reason a used home might look really appealing. The price is right, there’s no waiting to build what could possibly be the downfall to buying a used a home? For starters you’re purchasing someone else’s dream instead of building your own. And if it’s someone else’s dream you’re probably going to want to eventually remodel it. A kitchen remodel can cost from $20k to $200k and you’re living in the dust while it gets remodeled. If you want your dream home you’re going to find, in the long run, that building a new home can save time and money compared to buying a used home – and you get what you want the first time around.

Sign up for our free planning guide to learn more about building a quality home.


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UHIN HIT Conference – Salt Lake City

When: May 6th, 2015
1pm – 3:30pm
Where: 4600 Redwood Road Redwood Campus
Salt Lake City, Utah 84123
Tickets: Complimentary Admission

http://www.uhin.org/

Join UHIN for an afternoon of learning with two of the major innovators in health information technology!

Dr. Michael J. McCoy, Chief Health Information Officer in the Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology (ONC), will discuss national HIT policy for the post-Meaningful Use 3 future and its impact on care delivery.

Craig Brammer, CEO of a three-organization healthcare transformation collaborative in the Greater Cincinnati area, will share his “on the ground” perspective about how policy and regional implementation intersect to improve quality. Craig will present insights gathered from his role guiding HealthBridge, an HIE that serves over 3 million patients, the Greater Cincinnati Health Council, a best-practice collaboration forum for hospitals and long-term care facilities, and the Health Collaborative, a multi-stakeholder health improvement group.

The conference will be webcast live from the Salt Lake Community College Miller Campus in Salt Lake City to Dixie Regional Medical Center in St. George. Join us at the location nearest you!

There is no cost to attend the conference, but space is limited. Register today!

Recycled Art Exhibit

When: May 6th and 7th, 2015
9am – 5pm
Where: Eccles Community Art Center
2580 Jefferson Avenue
Ogden, Utah 84401
Tickets: Complimentary Admission

www.ogden4arts.org

Competition April 27 through May 7, 2015 during regular gallery hours. Awards will be announced on May 1, 2015 in association with Ogden’s Art Stroll from 5 to 8 p.m. Regular Gallery hours are 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. weekdays and Saturdays 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Baby Animal Days 2015

When: May 8th and 9th, 2015
Friday   3pm -8pm – Saturday 10am – 6pm
Where: Utah Botanical Center
920 South 50 West
Kaysville, Utah 84037
Tickets: Individual Pass $5, Family Pass (up to 6 related members) $25

http://usubotanicalcenter.org/

Join us on Friday, May 8 from 3 p.m. – 8 p.m. (gates close at 7:30 p.m.) and Saturday, May 10 from 10 a.m. – 6 p.m. (gates close at 5:30 p.m.) for some outdoor fun! Come meet baby pigs, goats, lambs, ponies, calves, baby chicks, rabbits, and new this year, a miniature yak! Activities will include will include horse rides, food vendors, face painting and more.

Salt Lake County Utah Sports, Health, and Fitness Expo

When: Friday, May 8th 12pm – 8pm
Saturday, May 9th 10am – 8pm
Where: 4600 Redwood Road Redwood Campus
Salt Lake City, Utah 84123
Tickets: Complimentary Admission

http://www.utahsportsexpo.com/

Utah Sport Health & Fitness Expo is a 2 day event being held from 8th May to the 9th May 2015 at the South Towne Expo Center in Salt Lake City, USA. This event showcases products like sports accessories, health based products, nutritional services, chiropractic, to that of active wear associated with this field etc. in the Medical & Pharmaceutical, Sporting Goods, Toys & Games industries.

Saturday Nature Walk

When: May 9th, 2015
Where: 1258 Center Drive
1258 Center Drive
Park City, Utah
Tickets: $5 or free for members (to sign up: email them at swanerecocenter@usu.edu or call 435-649-1767)

Join us on your Saturday morning for a nature walk on the Preserve! During the tour, you’ll learn about wetland science, native plant and animal species, the history of the Swaner Preserve. These tours take place on the generally flat terrain of the Swaner wetlands and are appropriate to anyone that is relatively active.

Please come prepared for the outdoor conditions, sturdy boots or shoes (close-toed) are recommended along with a water bottle.

Great Salt Lake Bird Festival

When: May 14th – May 18th, 2015
Where: Davis County Legacy Events Center
151 South 1100 West
Farmington, Utah 84025
Tickets: Varies (visit the site for more info)

http://www.greatsaltlakebirdfest.com/

Come join us at the 17th Great Salt Lake Bird Festival in Farmington Utah May 14-18, 2015! Bird watching is a great family activity and Utah is the place to see birds. David Allen Sibley, author and illustrator of The Sibley Guide series will be the Keynote speaker, a lead fieldtrip and present a workshop and book signing. Just think – 5 days of field trips to the best birding areas in northern Utah and 2 days of workshops, vendors, and youth activities. Field trips include ‘Behind-the-Gates’ trips to areas not normally open to the general public. Bring your family to Great Salt Lake Bird Festival May 15th and 16th. See the entire program at www.GreatSaltLakeBirdFest.com Register on-line for field trips.


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Due to the increasing popularity of smart homes, many companies have been able to advance the technology necessary to bring affordably priced smart home products to the market.
People are investing in smart home products every day. Whether it’s an automatic coffee maker, a thermostat, or an entire home security system, many families are making their homes a little bit smarter, and a lot more convenient.
Unfortunately, as with most things, a smart home has its advantages and disadvantages. We hope that this post will help you determine whether a smart home is something you’d like to invest in, or not.

Advantages

Adding Convenience to your Daily Life –
When you convert your home into a smart home, you’ll have all of your products programmed to your specific needs. Additionally being able to control your home, no matter where you are, can be extremely beneficial.

Customization –
There are many smart products on the market right now and you certainly don’t need to buy all of them at once. As the consumer it’s up to you to decide which product you want most, determine if you like it, and then add on to your collection of smart home products as you go.

A good product to start with would be a thermostat or home security system if you’re in the market for either of those.

Security –
Smart home security systems allow you to view your home no matter where you are. You can have cameras installed, motion detectors, locks, etc, and you will be notified immediately if something is out of the ordinary. Many of these systems will even let you know of any unexpected temperature changes so that you’re alerted if there is a possible fire.

Ease of Use –
Almost all smart home products can be installed without much hassle, many of them don’t even require you to bring someone into your home. Additionally if you’re already someone who’s tech savvy, learning how to use most of these products is a breeze.

Save Money and the Environment –
Smart homes feature products like thermostats, air conditioners, and lighting. Having the ability to put these things on a timer, or turn them on and off when you’re away from home will likely help you save money on your electricity bills. Many of these products allow you to track your energy usage and expenditures.

Resale –
Many smart home products can be moved with you from home to home, but if

Disadvantages

Cost –
Most families are able to purchase smart home products, but that doesn’t mean it won’t leave a dent in your wallet. You can purchase the products one at a time and it won’t seem like too much, $50 here, $300 there, but by the time you have the smart home system you want, you will likely have spent a larger sum than you would have if you had purchased non-smart products.

Slight Learning Curve –
I know I stated in the advantages that most smart home systems are actually very easy to use, but at the same time there is still somewhat of a learning curve for most people. For anyone already immersed in technology, converting your smart home will be a breeze, but for anyone not so tech savvy, it may make for a lot of time spent reading manuals.
If you think you might have trouble learning how to use a smart home device, the answer may be simple. Ask for help! Asking someone to show you how to run your smart home can far less confusing than trying to make heads or tails of an instruction manual.

Reliability –
A smart home will be extremely reliant on your internet connection. If your connection drops you’ll be left with a lot of smart products that won’t work. Additionally, wireless signals can possibly be interrupted by other electronics in your home and cause some of your smart products to function slowly or not at all.

There are plenty of pros and cons to consider when deciding whether you’d like to convert your home into a smart home. Smart homes aren’t for everyone. They can help bring down your electricity bills, simplify your daily tasks, and help to give you a feeling of security. But for some people smart home product will simply turn into an economic burden. It’s ultimately up to you to decide which category you fall into.


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The key to good home design rests within 4 main design elements; entertaining, de-stressing, storing, and flexible living. Rather than thinking about how you’d like your home to look, you should consider how you’d like your home to live. So, before you start thinking about what kind of countertops you’d like in your kitchen or what paint you’d like to use in each room, you should start designing your home from a livability standpoint.

Here is an overview of the top 4 design elements that we use to help design your home.

Entertaining

Entertainment areas allow you to effortlessly carry on conversations throughout multiple spaces in your home. Entertainment areas in your home could include the following; a formal room for entertaining, an informal living space, outdoor ‘rooms’ and patios, kitchens with a center island (the center island encourages guest to gather around the snacks), media rooms, and game rooms.

De-stressing

If you need help alleviating some of the stress from your daily life, you may want to consider building a home with plenty of de-stressing spaces. These spaces could include the following; a private master suite, a walk-in shower or whirlpool, a porch, a crafting room, split vanities, mud rooms, and a drop zone to place keys, backpacks, briefcases, and other items.

Storing

Finding enough storage space in your home should never be a problem. A well designed home will have multiple areas in which you can store items and organize your life. Some of the main storage areas that can be built into a home are; rear foyer storage, more space in the garage, over-sized bedroom closets, a walk-in pantry, linen closets, and additional areas in the basement or upper level.

To learn more about building a home with the proper storage spaces, take a look at our previous post ‘Tips and Tricks for Building and Designing a New Home: Home Storage’. In that post you will be given tips on how to design a home with plenty of storage space as well as the benefits of doing so.

Flexible Living

Flexible living areas in a home are necessary if you’re planning on staying in your home for longer than 15 years. Children grow up, move out (and back in), parents stay to visit, a family member may need to come stay for an extended period of time, and in general, life happens. Building a flexible home ensures that you’re ready for just about anything. That office may seem like a great idea now, but in the future you may regret not adding a closet and window so that it can easily be converted into a bedroom.

 

Nilson Homes has made it easier to design a home with livability in mind. Designing a home can be very intimidating as it can be hard to visualize the finished home and how it will live. We’ve created a livability quiz that will help you determine which of the 4 main design elements are most important to you and your family.

Click here to take the livability at a glance quiz. 

For more tips on how to build a quality home, check our blog weekly or sign up for our free newsletter and resource guide. 


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Lexington Fox Meadows #38


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Currently available is this Nilson Homes rambler based on our Lexington floor plan. This six bedroom home has three bathrooms and an oversized 3 car garage. The home has a total of 3,804 square feet of living space. With this much space, you’re sure to find a way to organize your life and family. The three car garage is perfect for larger families or for families that need a little extra storage space or would like to create a workshop in their garage.

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This home is located at 747 West 2775 North Pleasant View, UT 84414. This is a beautiful home located in a gorgeous community and is less than $400,000! Act now before it’s gone!

Walking in through the front door of this home, you walk right into an entry way. This area is a great place for coat, shoe and bag storage and is a great way to greet your guests.

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Through the entry way and past the stairway you’ll walk into the great room. This room has a nice plush carpet, tall ceilings, a fireplace with brick accent wall, and large windows that allow for natural lighting to shine into the home. The natural lighting is a great way to light your home and help you save on energy costs throughout the day.

Livingroom

The great room is open to a nook/dining area that is also openly connected to the kitchen. The nook and kitchen also have large windows to allow for natural lighting through the open floor plan. The large kitchen has gorgeous wooden cabinetry that allows for easy storage throughout the kitchen. In addition to ample cabinet space, this kitchen also includes a walk-in pantry that leaves you with enough room to store additional food and appliances.

Kitchen Dining

There is plenty of granite counter space in the kitchen that will make preparing meals a breeze. There’s even a center island that will make serving easily allow you to entertain guests.

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Also on the main floor are the bedrooms.The master suite has gorgeous coffered ceilings and takes up takes up a large portion of this home’s space with a large bedroom, huge walk-in closet, and private bathroom with double vanity, shower, private toilet, and soaking tub. Across from the master suite are two bedrooms as well as a bathroom. The bedrooms can easily be converted into a home office, hobby room, or yoga room.

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The basement is unfinished in this picture, but has a large space that can be used a home theater, additional family room, game room, wet bar, exercise room, or for whatever use your family most needs out of it. There are also three additional bedrooms and a bathroom.

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The home described is based on the Lexington floor plan. This home may not look exactly as described, but, as it is based on the same floor plan, it will look very similar. If you’d like more information about this home, contact Kim Morgan at 801-710-3226 or kim@nilsonhomes.com


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Spring is finally here and luckily there are plenty of events in and near Ogden, this April. From a Fair Housing Education Conference and Trade Show in Salt Lake City, to a variety of fun events in the beautiful city of Ogden, you’re sure to find an event that suits your fancy.

The Amazing Race – 2015 UAA Fair Housing Education Conf & Trade Show

When: April 29th, 2015
8:00 am
Where: South Towne Expo Center
9575 South State Street, Sandy, UT 84070

This gathering of more than 1,000+ multifamily housing professionals and over 120 exhibitors is the biggest and best event in the State of Utah — and is hitting record-breaking attendance numbers year after year. Just proves that attendees and suppliers are getting an excellent return on their investment.

Registration for this event is now open. If you register before April 19th you’ll get a $5 discount. This event is admission only and the ticket includes admission as well as lunch.

This event has multiple seminars, some of which include the following;

Legal Horror Stories and How to Avoid Them
Creating Confidence
Social Media in the Rental Housing Industry
Dad Can’t Always Drive: Building Self-Driven Employees
Electrical Training
Tax Strategies for Realtors and Property Managers
Good Landlord Refresher Course
and More!

Wine Tasting: California Wines with Jay Hart

When: April 2nd – 23rd
Where: Eccles Community Art Center
2580 Jefferson Avenue
Ogden, Utah 84410

Instructor Jay Hart will be presenting a wine tasting workshop with a California wines theme at the Eccles Community Art Center, 2580 Jefferson Avenue, Ogden on Thursday evenings 7:30 to 9 p.m. April 2 through 23, 2015. Explore the varietals from Napa and Sonoma Valleys. Tuition: $90. Those registering must be at least 21 years old. Your check will serve as your registration. For more information: 801-392-6935.

Le Jardin Photography Exhibition April 3-28

When: April 3rd -28th
Where: “Gallery at the Station”
Ogden Union Station

Pleased to announce “le Jardin” Photography Exhibit April 3rd through 28th at “Gallery
at the Station” Union Station in Ogden.

King Thurber is a life long film photographer. “le Jardin” is his first plunge into digital photography. The variety of images shot exclusively in the backyard exposes the visual world living right next to us. As the seasons change, surprising micro vistas appear. And disappear as quickly.
It is going to be a fun show, and you’re invited!

Ogden’s First Friday Art Stroll

When: April 3rd
Where: Downtown Ogden

Ogden’s First Friday Art Stroll is held the first Friday of the month from 6-9 PM, Ogden’s First Friday Art Stroll is abuzz year ‘round with exciting exhibit openings, artist receptions and live music of all genres in venues and in the streets. As the art stroll becomes the virtual front porch of Ogden, those that venture here are treated to great art, an atmosphere of camaraderie and inclusion and amazing night life; small town feel, big city offerings.

29th Annual Easter Rendezvous

When: April 4th – 5th
April 4th 8:00am – 6:00pm
April 5th 10:00am – 1:00pm
Where: Fort Buenaventura Ogden, Utah

Held Easter Weekend each year, this event marks the opening of our season. Come join us April 4 and 5 for a re-creation of the fur trade era gatherings of trappers and Native Americans. The events on Saturday, April 4 from 8:00am-6:00pm include a dutch oven contest, rifle shoot, kids’ games, frying pan toss and much more! The events on Sunday, April 5 from 10:00am-1:00pm include a shotgun shoot and kids’ and adult canoe races. Vendors will be there to sell food and drinks so bring the whole family for a day of fun and good food!

Egg-Cellent Adventure/Birds Not Bunnies Egg Hunt

When: Friday, April 4th 9am
Where: Ogden Nature Center
966 W. 12th St.
Ogden, UT 84404

Are you ready for a unique Easter egg hunt? Join the Ogden Nature Center’s teacher/naturalists on a true egg hunt challenge* Spring is the season for new birth. In this activity participants will learn about nesting birds found around the Nature Center and try their hand at bird identification. Several nests with painted wooden eggs will be the object of the hunt as you make your way along the trails. Locate and record your finds from each nest to win a prize. Make and take crafts and bird stuff to explore. Please RSVP to 801-621-7595.


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Iris

More and more people are converting their home into a ‘smart home’. With a smart home you have the ability to control many of your homes most important settings right from your phone. Whether it’s for security or comfort purposes, converting your home into a smart home can be simple with Iris by Lowes.

The Iris home security system has 3 standard kits for you to choose from, or you can buy a hub and build your security system yourself. Whichever route you decide to go, you have the ability to add more products to your system as your needs change.

Unlike other home security systems, Iris doesn’t only secure your home, it also has the ability to add other smart features to you home. Your iris system could include video cameras, door locks, motion sensors, door/window/cabinet sensors, a smart thermostat, and a smart plug.

With Iris you can choose to simply buy the product and manage your home security through your smart phone or tablet, or you can purchase the premium membership plan and have the Iris team monitor your home for you. The basic plan includes basic control of your devices as well as email, text, or voice call alerts to the account holder if the alarm is triggered.

The three starter kits that Iris features are the Safe and Secure Kit, Comfort and Control Kit, and the Smart Kit. The Safe and Secure kit is $179 and includes the Iris hub, 2 contact sensors, motion sensors, a keypad, and a “Monitored by Iris” window decal. The Comfort and Control Kit includes the Iris hub, a smart plug, and the smart thermostat and window decal. The Iris Smart Kit is only $200 and it comes with everything; the Iris hub, 3 contact sensors, motion sensors, keypad, smart plug, smart thermostat, range extender and window decal.

Iris’ premium membership is $9.99 a month (first two months free), and gives you advanced control of your devices, email text or voice call alerts to up to 20 contacts if the alarm is triggered, extended video camera live streaming, recording and storage, voice control through the mobile app, home modes setting across all of your devices, and Iris Magic for configuring rules across multiple Iris devices.

With Iris you have the ability to control the temperature of your home through your mobile device. You’ll have the ability to lower the temperature when you’re leaving the house and turn it back up before you get back home.

With the smart plug you’ll have the ability to remotely power any electrical-based appliances on and off. If you’ve ever used a space heater you know just how helpful this feature can be. Now if you’re worried that you left something on before leaving the home you can simply access the device on your smart phone to double check.

With Iris, you’ll also have the ability to see, right on Iris’ app, how much energy you’re using! Now you can get an idea of what your bill is going to be before the end of the month rolls around.

Iris’ infrared motion sensors will alert you to any unexpected movement. The window, cabinet, and door sensors will send alerts to your phone if they are opened. If your child will be getting home before you, now you can rest assured that they arrived safely without them even needing to call you.

The smart lock allows you to remotely lock and unlock your doors for any visitors. You no longer need to give the babysitter or dog walker a key to your home. You can simply schedule a time for the babysitter or dog walker to have access to your home by giving them special PIN codes that will only work on specific dates at specific times.

One of the best features of this product, is that you don’t need to hire someone to come into your home to install it, you just do it yourself! For the most part, it’s as easy as putting in the batteries and placing the Iris product where you need it. The requirements for a smart home are that you have a broadband internet connection, an open port on your router, and an open electrical outlet near your router.

To learn more about the Iris home security system, or purchase your own, visit the Lowes website.


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Muirfield Villas at Harmony Place #308

MLS #1241301

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Soon to be under construction is our model floor plan Muirfield. This home will be located at 2295 W. 525 S. – Layton, UT 84041 in the fabulous Villas at Harmony Place community.

This home will be priced to sell at a mere $274,900, and at 2,833 square feet this home is sure to help organize your life. The Muirfield has a finished basement, five bedrooms, three bathrooms, a laundry room and two car garage. This project is currently in the process of being built, so if you act sooner rather than later, you may still have a chance to request certain features in your new home.

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The main floor of this home has a entry way so that you can greet guests and have a place to take your shoes off when you get home. The entry way is accessed through the front door as well as the garage. Straight through the entry way you enter the homes Great room. This room is quite large and is open to the kitchen and dining area to allow for an open feeling throughout the home. The open floor plan also allows for plenty of natural lighting to shine through the large windows throughout the day, saving you money on your energy bills!

The kitchen of this home has plenty of cupboard space, beautiful granite counter space, and is designed with a modern look. This home also has a large walk-in pantry and a serving nook, both of which help to make entertaining in this home a breeze. The pantry is a perfect place to store extra foods and appliances, and the dining nook is great for serving trays. The dining is connected to the large backyard patio, that simple feature makes this home a great place to host outdoor parties and activities.

On the opposite side of the home is the master suite, two additional bedrooms, the laundry room, and a bathroom. The master suite of this home has a large bedroom, huge walk-in closet, and, arguably the best feature, a large master bathroom. The master bathroom for this home has a shower, soaking tub, private toilet and double vanity.

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The basement of this home is furnished and has an additional two bedrooms, a large rec room, and an additional bathroom. The furnished option of this home is perfect for large or growing families or for families that work from home. The basement bedrooms can easily be converted into offices, exercise rooms, hobby rooms, or whatever room your family needs. The large rec room is perfect for use as an additional living room, a gaming room, and a home theater! The options are limitless.

If you have any questions about this home, feel free to contact Kelly Billings at kelly@nilsonhomes.com or call her at 801-698-2735


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