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House Builder Bowling Green KY
Luxury Home Builder Bowling Green
Home Builder
House Builder Bowling Green KY
Luxury Home Builder Bowling Green
Home Builder
House Builder Bowling Green KY
Luxury Home Builder Bowling Green
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What Our Clients Are Saying:

" Moving to a new community is always a difficult thing to do, but finding a home you love makes it worthwhile.

While we did look at a number of homes in the Bowling Green area, 386 Roseberry Circle was the one we kept coming back to. The quality of craftmanship shows throughout the home and the design fit our family completely.

Kelly was there to answer any questions we had and the follow-up service has been superb!

Thanks Kelly and Gemini Homes for making our move to Bowling Green, more specifically, 386 Roseberry Circle a decision that was the right one for us

Mike and Gayle Michelon

Kelly,

We just wanted to let you know how very happy we are with the remodeling of our home. You and your employees have delivered flawless work. Your promptness, reliability, and attention to detail have turned what could have been a nightmare into a pleasure. We are also very pleased with the more than reasonable prices. We are especially impressed by your efforts to get the best price from the subcontractors."

Drs. Imola and Clemens Esche.

" Lisa and I wanted to take the time to say thank you. You made our dream home wish come true. Working out the trade on our existing home was the only way we could make the deal happen. You and your team made listing our house and building our new one a stress free deal. I would like to also thank you for always being there to explain and answer all our questions. Your ability to keep me informed almost on a daily basis was greatly appreciated. We look forward to raising our kids in this beautiful home. We couldn't have asked for a better partner in this part of our lives.

Thanks"

Jarrod and Lisa Beliles

" Thank you Gemini family for the excellent work on our recent addition to our home. All of you made what could have been a stressful situation one that we looked forward to each day!

We miss seeing all of you!!

We are extremly grateful our project was completed in a timley manner as well as right on budget."

THANK YOU! Warmly, Steve and Rhonda

" You guys are all about quality and helping your customers and that's definitely something that I tell people who are looking for houses. It seems pretty apparent that you're doing things right considering the number of houses you're putting up while others are sitting around or going out of business.

Dan

“Our experiences with Kelly have always been positive . . . Kelly orchestrated a schedule and proactively followed up to make sure the schedule stayed on time. To our surprise, we actually moved in one month earlier than expected.”

Deborah and Craig

“ can’t thank you guys enough for everything you have done. I really feel like we got more than our money’s worth in our house and all the work you put into it.”

Heather and Keith

“Kelly is a good, respectful person that we admire. He is a man of his word.”

Shirley and Wallace

“Kelly stayed with our schedule and price range. He didn’t desert me after he had been paid.”

Shirley

“Your team has exceeded our expectations. Your work is the most professional.”

Karen and Chuck

“ just wanted to let you know how much we really appreciate the caliber of home you built for us.”

Michelle

“ I appreciate you taking the time to give us quotes to getting the work started. Thank you for the care shown in our home.”

Gayle and Mike

“ we are delighted . . . the extra little touches made a quality product.”

Carol and Ron

“Thanks so much for your good work!”

Jerry

“We have seen every Bowling Green builder’s work during our home search and we discovered that no one builds detail into a home like Gemini Homes, Inc.”

Felicia and Daryl

“You listened well to what my needs were and you delivered. We so appreciate your response quickly and cheerfully thoughout the project.”

Cheryl

“We think your construction, efficiency and attention to detail is superb.”

Emily and Brian

“I want to thank you and your staff for the outstanding service and professionalism displayed in customizing our home.”

Janice

“not only did Kelly and Gemini Homes, Inc. utilize the entire home to provide livable space for our needs, but the quality of work put into our home is great.”

Ann and Jerry

“You are very special to us . . . we tell everyone just how wonderful you are as people . . . and as a builder.”

Vanessa

“Kelly took his time getting to know us and our needs. He listened to us and put us at ease with his attitude, as well as his professional approach. Kelly’s team is incredible and they all share the same goal – ensuring the customer is made to feel a part of the building process.”

Karen and Dave



Winter

Home Improvement Tips from Gemini Homes, one of the premier Remodeling Companies in Bowling Green, KY

The comforts of a cozy, warm home in winter can help you forget about the short days and the multiple layers of clothing. Following a maintenance schedule throughout the year will certainly benefit you in the winter, but be aware of the hazards the cold conditions can bring to your home. These guidelines can help you weather the winter season with a well-maintained home. Be Energy Efficient Since your heating system will be running constantly throughout the winter, remember to change out your HVAC filters every month. Inspect the insulation in your attic and crawlspace. Warm air rises and leaves the house through the roof, so you should focus on insulation in your ceilings. Seal areas around recessed lights, the attic hatch, and plumbing vents that may be allowing warm air from the living space below to enter the attic. Proper attic ventilation, adequate attic insulation, and a tight air barrier between the attic and the interior of the house will work together to prevent ice dams. If you don’t have double-paned windows, remove the screens and install storm windows to ensure that the heat stays in and the cold stays out. If you’re on a tight budget, pick up an inexpensive plastic-film sheet kit from your local hardware store. These will only last one season, but they do help with energy efficiency and are able to halt the cold flow of winter drafts. If you have a fireplace, burning firewood is another way to save energy costs. When you use the fireplace, reduce heat loss by opening dampers in the bottom of the firebox (if provided) or open the nearest window slightly – about an inch – and close doors leading into the room. That will prevent the fire from drawing warm air out of the rest of the house and replacing it with cold air. And remember to store your firewood in a dry place at least 30 feet from your home to avoid a fire hazard. Protect Your Pipes Pipes located in attics, crawl spaces, basements, and near outer walls can be susceptible to freezing in extreme temperatures. When the forecast calls for unusually cold temperatures, let water drip from hot and cold faucets overnight. Also try keeping cabinet doors open to allow warm air to circulate in places like below sinks. If you open the cabinet doors, be sure to remove anything inside the cabinets that may pose a safety to hazard to children, such as household cleaners. For exposed pipes in your attic, basement, or crawlspaces, add extra insulation around them. Be Ready For An Emergency Blackouts and snow-ins can occur during winter months, so take a moment to prepare yourself and your family for such emergencies. Having the following items ready will help you make it through safely. • Flashlights • Bottled water • Nonperishable food items • Blankets • Phone numbers for your utility companies • Battery backup to protect your computer and other important electronic equipment • First-aid kit Holiday Decorations ’Tis the season to be festive, but remember to stay safe with your holiday decorations. Inspect the wires of your light display before switching them on: They may be frayed and present an electrical fire hazard. Same goes for the Christmas tree inside; always check the light strands for any sign of wear-and-tear from being in storage. If you have a real Christmas tree, keep it watered, since dry trees catch fire easier. Check with your local municipality for instructions on how to dispose of the tree once the New Year arrives. Winter Yard Care Even with the cold weather conditions, your yard still needs to be maintained. Make sure tree and shrub branches are well away from the house and windows. Icy conditions can cause branches to break and damage your home. Walk around your home and survey the roof to see if any ice dams have formed; call a contractor if you suspect this is the case. As you walk around your house, check the foundation for small cracks or openings where mice or other pests can tunnel in. Winter is when they seek the warmth of your house, so seal up any possible entrances. While you’re outside, clear snow off gas meters and away from basement windows and your dryer exhaust vent.