Krickovic & Ziegler Featured on Dream Smart: Homebuyer Edition
Enjoy “Big Sky Country” in Breeze Hill
By Josh Young
Richmond is booming, and it doesn’t look like it has plans on slowing down anytime soon. Ask anyone who has lived near West Broad Street for the last couple of decades. Countless developments have sprung up, accompanied by retailers, restaurants and entertainment options. When you have such a fun and thriving city drawing in families to the greater Richmond area, space quickly becomes a precious commodity. While there are a lot of benefits to living right in the midst of it all, there are times when what you need is a little breathing room. As space continues to become more valuable, look no further than the Goochland area to see where people are heading to in order to get the best of both worlds.
From Foundation to Finish, Krickovic and Ziegler Work Hands-On To Ensure Satisfaction
By K. H. Queen
When Mike Krickovic and Rusty Ziegler build or remodel a home, they believe in giving clients what they want. From foundation to finishing, Mike and Rusty work alongside their craftsmen and listen to their customers to ensure satisfaction.
They recognize that it's hard to know exactly how a new home or addition will look until work is underway. Making changes, within reason, without charging the typical three to seven percent change-order fees is a part of the client service that is an integral part of their business philosophy.
House Holds Memories of Mom
By Brad Franklin
It’s a tale of hope. Of heart break. Of love and compassion, where the loss of a loved one was softened by the special attention given by a pair of home builders that quickly became family.
Heather Taylor’s mother, Jean Dick, had been diagnosed with stage-four ovarian cancer in May 2006. The need for future care led Heather and her husband, Charlie, to sell their home and move in with Jean in King’s Charter.