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The Benefits of Geothermal Heating and Cooling

Harness Geothermal Energy to Save on Budget & Energy With extreme hot and cold swings common in the St. Louis area, Geothermal technology is growing in popularity as an energy efficient heating and cooling system that provides stability of temperature and comfort. In fact, clients who recently installed geothermal heating and cooling system in their […]

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Hibbs Homes is the Dream Team You Need to Build Your Custom Home

When building a custom home, many people wonder if they should hire a builder or consult an architect first. The truth is, both play an essential role in building your home. However, hiring a builder first can make the home building process a lot easier. Keep reading for three reasons you should hire a builder […]

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Mastering the Perfect En Suite Bathroom

Things to Consider When Designing the Master Bathroom in Your Custom Home When it comes to the loo there are only a few things that are appropriate to bring up in polite conversation, and a well designed bathroom falls squarely into that category. When buying and selling a house, behind the basic structure and kitchen, […]

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The Art of Custom Podcast: Season 1 Roundup

This spring, Hibbs Homes launched our brand-new podcast, The Art of Custom. Dedicated to demystifying the custom home building process, Kim and Danni discuss everything from making design selections to selecting the right builder for your project and everything in between. The first season flew by and we wrapped up with our final episode on […]

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8 Stunning Luxury Home Features for 2019

At Hibbs Homes, we love designing and building stunning luxury homes for our clients. While each home is tailored to meet each client’s unique needs, some features tend to stay consistent from home to home. With that in mind, we’re sharing a few of our favorite luxury home features for 2019. Check them out below! […]

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“Custom Home Building Made Easy” Happy Hour

Considering building a custom home in the St. Louis area? On April 25th from 5:30-7:30, join us at Ferguson Showrooms in Chesterfield to learn everything you need to know about building your custom home. Sit back, relax, and enjoy complimentary cocktails and gourmet fare from local chef Frank McGinty, as we discuss designing, building, and financing your custom […]

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Designing a Storm Safe Custom Home

What are my options for a storm shelter or safe room in my custom home? With St. Louis’s unpredictable weather and frequent natural disasters on the news, one of the most frequent features we are asked about by our clients is a storm safe shelter or a walk-in safety vault. A storm safe room, according to […]

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8 Luxury Backyard Ideas to Elevate Your Home’s Design

When it comes to building a brand-new custom home, the luxury design details aren’t limited to the interior of the home. Incorporating those elements into the home’s exterior design and backyard are just as important. Here are eight of our favorite luxury backyard ideas to elevate your custom home’s design and create a space your […]

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New Construction Family Ranch Home in Wildwood

  This new construction custom home was built for a family on a private wooded lot in Wildwood. Surrounded by acres of forest, this home offers total privacy, while allowing for ample natural light and views of the nearby scenery. Light colors, beautiful wood, natural light, and custom tile are a design theme throughout the […]

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Newest Developments in Aging-in-Place Design

As St. Louis home builders, we’re keenly aware of the need for homes that are designed for aging in place. The newest developments in aging-in-place design are more than just accessible features and amenities. Aging-in-Place Design is all about functionality, but it also needs to look great. If you aren’t familiar with the concept of […]

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