Family Room Remodel – East Bridgewater

Almar was very excited to get a call from a past client to come and do more work on their home.  We had previously remodeled their bathroom and they asked us back to remodel an unfinished family room and an existing screen porch. The unfinished room has been built by the previous owner right off the kitchen and eating area but had never been finished. Since moving into the house, they had been … [Read more...]

Hanover: 5 Tips for Creating an Amazing Finished Basement Space

Finished Basement An unfinished basement is much like a diamond in the rough – unexplored splendor awaiting your discovery. When looking for space to put an exercise room, entertainment center playroom or office you should consider go underground! If your home has an unfinished basement, remodeling might be a great way to transform this commonly under-used space. When Almar starts working … [Read more...]

Remodeling for Today’s Homeowner

By: C. Trey Bird. Kitchen Remodel, Milton Ma According to a new study, 9 out of 10 homeowners plan to remodel their home within the next two years.  91% of younger homeowners say they want to do some remodeling to their home, while just 82% of owners over 65 say the same. Though renovations can certainly help improve a home’s value on the open market, most remodeling homeowners don’t … [Read more...]

Milton Kitchen Addition

This Kitchen Addition in Milton was a great project for a family that was looking to have a more functional and inviting kitchen.   The kitchen in their front entrance colonial house was tiny and tough for making a nightly family meal.   With the help of Beth Borque Design Studios, Almar was able to transform the existing kitchen into a ½ bathroom by building a small … [Read more...]

Getting to know Craig Guido

Craig H Guido I joined the Almar team in 2004 as a Carpenter and have held several different positions in the company since that time to get a well-rounded view of Remodeling and Sales. In 2002 I moved to Massachusetts from West Virginia where I was born and raised, having studied Communications and Theatrical Lighting Design at West Virginia Wesleyan College. I worked for several years in … [Read more...]

Milton 1st Floor Remodel:

Sometimes our favorite projects are the kind where our past clients come back to us.  It makes us feel great here at Almar that our clients trust and believe in us enough to trust us with their house twice.  This was the case for our recent Milton Kitchen and 1st floor remodel.   Two years ago, we helped these homeowners with their newly purchased house to remodel the … [Read more...]

Top 10 Steps to Prepare for a Remodel

The planning and researching phases of a project are the most critical steps in the remodeling process. The more knowledgeable and prepared you can be, the better. The team at Almar is always happy to help with questions and guide you throughout the process. Here are some things you should do while preparing for your remodel: Kitchen Remodel, Whitman Ma Research your project. Taking time … [Read more...]

Why your Arc Fault Breakers Keep Tripping

The electrical code in Mass changed now requires that when remodeling or changing electrical outlets in a home we now need to install what are called “Arc Fault Circuit Interrupter” circuit breakers in the electrical panel or circuits we are touching. How can you tell if this is what you have? First, check the circuit breaker that’s tripping. Does it have a “TEST” button and the letters AFCI … [Read more...]

Allison named as President of the SSWBN

Allison Q Guido, CS The Almar Team is pleased to announce that our General Manager, Allison Q Guido has been named the 2019 President of the South Shore Women’s Business Network. Founded over 27 years ago by six women whose needs were not being met by existing organizations, today’s SSWBN is a thriving network that strives to empower and support members seeking business and business … [Read more...]

Pembroke: How Do You Know It’s Time to Replace Your Roof?

Your roof protects your framing, walls and personal belongings so it is obviously a very important part of your home, yet oftentimes until a leak appears you may not know that it’s shelf life has expired. Typical Asphalt shingles have a life span of 20 - 25 years, depending on the initial weight of the shingles, and how many layers of shingles are on the roof. For instance Certainteed Landmark … [Read more...]