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Summertime and Outdoor Living in Northern Michigan

July 31, 2020
outdoor living

Northern Michigan is exceptionally lovely in the summertime with its long, warm, sunny days, and many gorgeous beaches and vistas. In order to be able to enjoy everything their property has to offer, many of our client families have focused on extending their living spaces outdoors. In this blog we will highlight some of the […]

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Will Your Dream Home Have a Home Office?

May 15, 2020
home office

For all of us at Eastmark Construction, part of the joy of building a custom home with you is the collaborative process. Discovering what you really want and need your dream home to be for your family is the first step in creating a home for you that is both beautiful and useful. Different rooms […]

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Which Custom Features Do You Want in Your Dream Home?

March 21, 2020
custom features

One extremely rewarding aspect of building a dream home with our client families is seeing the unique elements and custom features that were once in the imaginations of our clients become reality in the home. In our experience, this type of collaborative project will often produce something that is better than any of us initially […]

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Why Build a Log Cabin Home?

December 19, 2019
log cabin home

Have you considered building a log cabin as your dream home? A log cabin home looks perfect in a Northern Michigan setting. During the winter, nothing is as snug and cozy covered in snow. The early American settlers knew this, and that’s why so many of them built log cabins to keep their families safe […]

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Maintenance: Keeping Your Dream Home in Dream Shape

September 19, 2019
maintenance

When Eastmark Construction completes a project, one of our goals as a builder is to maintain a relationship with our client families. One way that we do this is through future building whenever there is a need or desire to further improve the home. Another is to continue providing maintenance for the home. We built […]

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Incorporating Reclaimed Materials in Your Dream Home

June 13, 2019
reclaimed materials

One of the trends Eastmark Construction has seen in home building recently is the use of reclaimed materials for interior finishes. There is an authentic charm to old salvaged materials that make them ideal centerpieces for the rooms in people’s dream homes. Reclaimed materials can be more challenging to incorporate into a home, but we […]

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Under Construction: Winter Hasn’t Slowed Us Down

February 13, 2019
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We are in the heart of winter now, and Northern Michigan is under a blanket of snow. Storms crop up every so often and make life more challenging, but Eastmark Construction is still at work. Winter hasn’t slowed us down. Here are some pictures of our work. These are the homes we have under construction […]

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Custom Cabinetry Makes a Home Stylish and Original

December 28, 2018
custom cabinetry

Does your dream home feature custom cabinetry? Whose doesn’t? So many of our clients include custom cabinetry and built-in features on their wish lists. This is because unique built-in carpentry is both functional and fabulous. Cabinets help organize a home and create spaces that encourage creativity and productivity, all while being stylish and cool. Let’s […]

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Great Lakes by Design Features Glen Lake Dream Home

October 18, 2018
beautiful modern mansion lit up at dawn

Great Lakes by Design features Eastmark Construction’s Glen Lake “Sunset Drive” project in its most recent issue, Raising the Bar. The piece is entitled “The woven coastal cottage landscape.”   We appreciate how well Great Lakes by Design described the way we work with our clients to craft the one-of-a-kind dream homes we build: “Rooted in the […]

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Lake Living, a Northern Michigan Lifestyle

September 30, 2018
lake living

Michigan is the “Great Lakes State.” In addition to being surrounded by four of the five Great Lakes, there are more than 11,000 inland lakes in the state. If you live in Michigan you are never farther away than 85 miles from one of the Great Lakes or six miles from an inland lake. Still […]

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