Brian M. Taylor Architects is a member of the American Institute of Architects. This website focuses on New Jersey architecture and local issues.
This website is an excellent and comprehensive resource for architecture on a national level. There are articles about hiring, working with and what to expect from an architect. The bottom center of the home page will direct you to this area.
New Jersey's Historic Preservation Office, located within the Department of Environmental Protection, brings expertise in a variety of fields essential to preserving historic resources.
An excellent resource for the sustainable design of buildings and environments, as well as information about Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED).
The Not So Big House books by Sarah Susanka, bring to light a new way of thinking about what makes a place feel like home—characteristics that many people desire of their homes and their lives, but haven't known how to verbalize.
An online reference outlining different home styles to assist in assessing the style or time period of your home. I also recommend this “A Field Guide to American Houses” for a more in depth understanding of this topic. Simply cut and paste the title into your browser to find a bookseller.
Dependable local supplier of doors and windows.
A company specializing in the installation and maintenance of residential elevators, dumbwaiters and platform lifts. A value added feature becoming more popular in Today’s well designed homes.
Moving, labor, and handyman...with great customer service!