Many New Jersey homeowners desire new homes built with old world charm – and that is exactly what you get with a Cottage Colonial Revival style. Learn more about the unique features this style of home has below: Other common features you will find in a Cottage Colonial Revival home are: white painted shingle siding […]

How to have a productive meeting with your architect As you begin a construction or renovation project, there are some things you should think about and know the answers to before you begin interviewing for an architect. You should: Be able to describe your basic goals to the architect. Understand and set a realistic expectation for the scope and […]

Are you creating a luxury home wine cellar to protect your investment and enjoy your passion in peace? We have some wine cellar innovations  you should check out. Take a look out our most recent completed interior design project. Whatever your goals are for your wine cellar, these images will help you plan it. Connect […]

Our Favorite Interior Design Images from Harding, NJ If you’d like to see all the images, click here for the gallery. Connect with HHTA Here at HHTA, we can help you create a dream home for you to live in or sell. We have award winning architects already helping your neighbors with historical restoration projects. […]

Finding an Architect you can Trust A renovation in New Jersey can be a hard task. There are hundreds of choices that show up when you use Google search engine, but how do you know who to trust? Many of us rely on word of mouth, a recommendation from a friend. Some of us don’t […]

Have a successful historic home renovation with these 5 tips You see a Benihana chef flip some shrimp into a gentleman’s shirt pocket. You think, “that looks easy, I could do that”. So too with renovating your historical home. It may seem like a simple task but it is anything but. It takes planning, dedication, […]

Historic Homes – 5 Tips for Radiator Repair Quit stifling your one-pipe steam radiator. Hands off. The steam needs to share confined space with naturally occurring radiator condensation. Be sure to keep your valve either completely open or 100% shut to avoid hissing  air vents and pipe pounding.  Thermostatic radiator valves are ideal when you […]