Craig Tuckerman

Craig Tuckerman

NAHB Master Custom Builder since 2002, 2013 Building Industry Association Board of Trustee, 2011-2013 Ohio Residential Construction Advisory Committee, BIA Member since 1993, 2009 BIA Next Generation Builder of the Year, 2009 BIA Service Provider of the Year, 2005 BIA Builder of the Year,  2004 BIA President.

Craig demonstrates outstanding commitment to promoting the objectives of the BIA and the best interests of the housing industry. He has an impeccable industry reputation including ethical business practices and outstanding customer satisfaction.

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Tuesday, 04 February 2014 19:00

Shale Hollow Preserve

This great Delaware County park is feet away from three of our new lots!

We were so surprised and excited to find that such an impressive and unique natural wonder is right here in Central Ohio; much less a stone's throw from three of our newest listings.  Columbus has many great parks--this one has 40-foot-tall shale cliffs!

Friday, 10 January 2014 17:14

Frozen Pipe Danger To Your Home

Furnaces, plumbing could fail in bitter cold - Columbus Dispatch

Hello. I hope you are having a great New Year so far. I came across this article in The Columbus Dispatch and thought it might be beneficial to you. I do not recall in over 20 years of building homes in central Ohio, and living here for double that, ever being in such extreme weather conditions.

Sunday, 05 January 2014 21:19

40 Tips for 40 Below

No Joke - Information from The American Red Cross

We've included all the preperation and response advice, not just the home maintenance ones.  Stay safe out there!

Tuesday, 31 December 2013 16:17

WSJ: Housing Outlook for 2014

As Mortgage Rates Tick Up, Supply-Demand Balance Should Encourage Building

"Expect the mix of buyers in the coming year to shift to a combination of families moving up or buying their first homes—rather than the cash-only investors who have been driving sales in many cities"- Jed Kolko, Chief Economist at Trulia.  From the Wall Street Journal article below

Sunday, 01 December 2013 15:44

Size Less of An Issue...

Character, Lifestyle Trumps Square Footage

Even among luxury homebuyers, bigger isn’t necessarily better, according to a new survey by Better Homes and Gardens Real Estate. - From The Columbus Dispatch

Wednesday, 06 November 2013 17:38

Positive Outlook - BIA Update November 2013

We were recently profiled by the Building Industry Association.

“The BIA feels more energetic,” notes Tuckerman. “It feels much more like a teaching association than it ever used to -- and we need that, especially with how fast the technologies are changing. We have become more proactive and less reactionary.”--from the article within, or read it on the BIA website insightful survey on drivers of homebuilding cost

Forty-two percent of builders reported an increase of 6-10% in the last twelve months...i.e....Approximately half of the builders report that last year's $500,000 home is costing $540,000 today.  Despite these cost increases reported nationwide, The Tuckerman Home Group is committed to providing the best home at the best price for each of our unique clients.

Tuesday, 22 October 2013 13:55

There Is A Farmer's Market In New Albany?

If you see us there with a Tuckerman shirt on, chat us up!

This year's scheduled dates are: Oct. 12, Nov. 16, Dec. 14, Jan. 11, Feb. 8 and March 8.  "We've had a great response, so we've sort of extended this year's a little bit," said Kristen Ferguson, marketing director for the nonprofit organization Healthy New Albany, which started the market in 2011. - Article within.

Tuesday, 22 October 2013 13:55

Five Million Dollar Business Campus

Vibrant Campus In New Albany Takes It To The Next Level

First, the city must widen Beech Road from Jug Street south to Smith's Mill Loop Road, which could cost an estimated $2 million, Stefanov said. New Albany City Council agreed Sept. 3 to apply to the Ohio Public Works Commission for half of the funding. - Excerpt from article.

Tuesday, 22 October 2013 13:55

A Bridge To Somewhere...New Albany

New Albany Country Club Walking Path To Thompson Park And Beyond.

Curious, we pinpointed exactly where the bridge will will span.  Thanks to New Albany for not disturbing the creek.  Article and map within:

Tuesday, 22 October 2013 13:55

New Albany Fitness Center

They Call It The CORE, And Its More Than A Gym

That center is an idea built on dreams, too. Its goal isn’t so much to react to illness, but to bolster life and the things that make it great: the best foods and exercise, a fulfilling social network, plenty of sleep and a sunny outlook. New Albany’s 8,000 residents and 12,000 workers will be able to get personalized plans at the center for improving their lives, including diet and exercise. - Excerpt from story by Lori Kurtzman

Tuesday, 03 September 2013 00:00

2013 Lighting Trends

Layering, LED's, Landscaping, Traditional Fixtures...Which Does Not Belong?

September 18th is National Ceiling Fan Day, and we thought that before you breeze your way right through the holiday, we could bring you industry news and customer feedback regarding lighting design, fixture styles, and new products.  The top trend this year as reported by experts far and wide is that 2013 will be the year that LED (Light Emitting Diode) lighting comes in full force to practical residential applications.  The technical and cost barriers have finally broken down, and while the quality of the light emitted by these diodes has improved, here is a word of wisdom from a local home inspector:

Homeowners should look for Energy Star rated LED bulbs, which have been tested to meet EPA standards of color quality and consistency, energy efficiency, and stable performance. Inferior products may make a lot of promises but may not deliver. By replacing the bulbs in their most-used and hard-to-reach fixtures, homeowners can start saving energy - and money - right now..

- Tim Buell (8/27/13)

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