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Custom Home Builder Schumacher Homes Opens New, Industry Leading, Design Studio in Cygnet, OH

New Design Studio raises standard for enhancing the customer experience. Also on display are two fully furnished model homes.

CYGNET, Ohio, Aug. 21, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Schumacher Homes, America's Largest Custom Homebuilder based in Canton, OH is pleased to announce the opening an industry leading Design Studio complete with a dazzling display of everything the homeowner would need to complete their new home. On display at this location is a brand new state of the art Design Studio designed with the exterior of the Pikes Peak from the Earnhardt Collection™. From the moment you view the expansive peak that let's in an abundance of natural light, till the time you first step foot into this world class Design Studio you will be delighted by everything that is on display. Schumacher Homes has taken the idea of one-stop shopping for everything in your home to an all new level. From the positive messages that greet you as you enter, to the extensive examples of everything you need to complete your home, everything is designed to improve the customer experience. You can see and choose flooring surfaces, countertop options, numerous samples of roofing materials and kitchen cabinets – and everything in between – there really is no other homebuilder that makes building your custom home easier or more fun.

"This location will include a unique and expansive Design Studio that will provide a shopping experience that is unmatched in our industry," states Paul T. Schumacher, President and founder of Schumacher Homes. "We just felt it was important to give our customers something more expansive and was more illustrative of all of the options that we provide. They truly can make their homes uniquely individual to their family's needs and desires," Mr. Schumacher said.

Also on display at this location are two fully furnished model homes, including the Callaway A, a 2659 Sq. Ft. two story home with 4 bedrooms and 2-1/2 baths. This home's interior has been completely redone to show the latest in design colors and merchandising. Even if you have been through this home before, you really need to make time to view it again – you will be happy you did. The second home is the Oakley C, a one-story 1838 sq. ft. home with 3 bedrooms and 2 baths, perfect for the couple who is downsizing or anyone who likes all of their living space on one floor.

These custom homes will be on display at Schumacher Homes' Bowling Green location at 6539  Dixie Highway, Cygnet, OH 43413 off I-75 at exit 171. Schumacher Homes has more than 30 model homes at various locations.

You can view hundreds of floor plans on Schumacher Homes' intuitive, user-friendly and informative website. Each floor plan can be customized to meet the buyer's needs.  Schumacher Homes offers its customers new custom home designs in multiple styles including one-story, two-story, American Tradition, Craftsman, French Country, Coastal and Mountain-Cabin styles.

About Schumacher Homes
Schumacher Homes, based in Canton, Ohio, is America's largest custom homebuilder, with operations in 32 markets in 14 states across the country. The National Housing Quality award winning company and recipient of the National Gold Winning Home of the Year has built over 10,000 homes since its founding by Paul Schumacher in 1992 – each one unique to the needs and lifestyle of the owners. The company uses an exclusive process to make it as easy as possible for customers to "Live in what you love." Each Schumacher Homes location includes a one-stop design center. Full experience model homes are currently throughout their markets nationwide. For more information, visit www.schumacherhomes.com or follow Schumacher Homes on Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/SchumacherHomes or Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/SchumacherHome

About The Earnhardt Collection™
The Earnhardt Collection™ integrates the natural elements of outdoor living with 25 customizable floor plans, allowing buyers to create the ultimate dream home with the entire family in mind. The collection focuses on open, casual environments, conducive to family gatherings and aptly named by the Earnhardt family after people and places they love. 

Media Contact: Mary Becker, (330) 754-4884

SOURCE Schumacher Homes

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