Whole House Remodel

This whole house remodel project included a new kitchen, family room, dining, second-floor bathroom, and finished basement. Unfortunately, after working with the homeowner and completing the project, they experienced a house fire. However, working with Petrocelli Public Insurance Adjusters, we were able to restore the house to the pristine condition it was prior to the…

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Accessible Bathroom & Deck

Renovated Deck

Some projects come to you, and you really come to love the family. For our team, this was a project for love. Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy created the need for our team to help this family. As the son aged, these parents needed more space and access for their son in the bathroom and other areas…

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Kitchen & Bathroom Remodel

After living in their home for many years, this Weymouth family decided to renovate a few of their main living areas. The project began by removing the main wall between the kitchen and living area to create a modern open-concept look with better flow. With the wall gone, a large peninsula was installed to expand…

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Kitchen Expansion and Screen Room

Kitchen Remodel project photo

Remodel of an existing screen room. Taking off all the old decking, framed in for a ceiling, and installed PVC decking. With the help of Beth Bourque Design Studio we then on the inside we opened a wall between the kitchen and dining area to create an open flowing floor plan. We also reconfigured the…

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Is it worth it to remodel a bathroom?

Bathroom Remodel, Milton

Nothing dates a house more quickly than a bathroom that time has forgotten. Outdated bathrooms can be dramatically revitalized easily. I was recently looking at our kids bathroom and realized that it is functional but definitely in need of some work. It’s over 30 years old and maybe not as functional as it once was.…

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How do I keep my drains from clogging?

Recently we had some septic work (oh, joy) done in our own home and while chatting with the technician, it got me thinking… While I very rarely pour cooking oil down the drain that there are lots of products (soap, hair conditioner, coconut oil) that we use daily that cause oil builds up in our…

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How should I care for Granite Countertops?

Kitchen Counters

Known for its gorgeous patterns and durability, Granite remains a popular choice for countertops. From its color options and styles to fit almost any design to being cost effective, it’s almost a win-win. However, it’s still an investment and they DO require regular maintenance to keep its good looks. Your typical everyday cleaning of your…

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Why has my water pressure been so low lately?

Low Water pressure

There aren’t any negatives to Summer, right? Especially here in New England, we truly celebrate our summers. Spending time at our beaches, vacations, outdoor dining, and so much more. Oh wait, then there’s the issue no one wants to deal with in the Summer – Low Water Pressure! We have heard so much chatter on…

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Top 3 Reasons to Remodel Your Bathroom

Bathroom Remodeling, Milton

By: Allison Guido & Nicole Patri Are you thinking about remodeling your bathroom? Like me, you may be thinking about it for a plethora of reasons. Craig and I have been in our 30-year-old house for almost 10 years. Now that the boys are bigger, we have more time and the ability to start focusing…

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How Long Should Grout in my Bathroom Last?

By: Nicole Patri Grout is the mortar and paste used for filling gaps between wall and floor tiles, especially in bathrooms. A question we’re often asked is, “how long should grout last in my bathroom last?” Grout doesn’t last forever and has a lifespan of between eight and sixteen years, depending on your upkeep and…

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Why is my bathroom exhaust fan vent is leaking?

Sometimes when you are taking a shower does it seem like afterwards you have a puddle on the floor and think water might be getting in thru the exhaust vent? Many people notice the issue when the bathroom exhaust fan starts dripping on their head as they step out after a shower. Typically, this is…

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Should I choose a Tiled Shower or Fiberglass/Acrylic Shower?

When remodeling a bathroom there are so many decisions that need to be made for such a small room in your house.   The most decisions of any remodeling project will need to be made for your bathroom.  From faucets to accessories, it can be daunting to decide what you want to select, your shower choice…

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Project Spotlight: All New Kitchen and Baths, Weymouth

This Weymouth homeowner came to us after living for many years in her house.   The kids had moved out and it was time to get the kitchen and bathrooms she always wanted.  Almar helped guide her through the design, selections, and remodeling of 2 full bathrooms and a kitchen.  We started with the bathroom remodels. …

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Whitman: Kitchen, Bathroom & Mudroom Renovation

Mudroom Whitman

Running a house with 2 working parents, five kids, and 2 cats and a dog pets can get very hectic and busy. So, when the O’brien’s in Whitman came to us looking to update their kitchen and down stairs bathroom efficiency was a big consideration. When designing the kitchen, we talked a lot about maximizing…

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Pembroke: Spa-Like Accessible Bathrooms

By Jamie Madden Aging isn’t always a graceful process, as our lifestyle changes our needs also change. When we have small children at home our needs can be significantly different from when we start to get a little older. People want to be able to stay in their homes if possible, but many bathrooms (especially…

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