Why Is Water Dripping from My Bathroom Fan?

It’s getting to the time of the year when you may be wondering why water is dripping from your bathroom exhaust fan. Many people notice the issue when the bathroom exhaust fan starts dripping on their heads as they step out after a shower. Typically, this is caused by condensation inside the duct lines. If, when it rains, you see water dripping from your bathroom exhaust vent, then yes you … [Read more...]

Is it worth it to remodel a bathroom?

Bathroom Remodeling, 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 Outdated bathrooms can be dramatically revitalized easily.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. There are tons of products that can give you as … [Read more...]

Why has my water pressure been so low lately?

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 local South Shore town Facebook groups, that we knew we had to address this … [Read more...]

Top 3 Reasons to Remodel Your Bathroom

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 on making upgrades and improvements. Are you like us and want to remodel your bathroom to … [Read more...]

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 treatment in your shower area specifically. We recommend PERMACOLOR … [Read more...]

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

Tile 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 is no different. While not your only choice for a shower in your … [Read more...]

Project Spotlight: Small Changes Big Reward

Shower added to half bath Sometimes the smallest project can make the biggest impact.   Almar recently got a call from a friend of a client that was looking to improve their ½ bath on the first floor.   They live in a 3 Bedroom 1 ½ bath house, but that one full bath was just not enough.   Having recently remodeled their ½ bath they didn’t want to tear apart the … [Read more...]

Celebrating 60 Years

HAPPY NEW YEAR – Thank you to all the wonderful clients and trade partners who we were lucky enough to work with last year. We are looking forward to another great year of building our relationship with you all. How quickly another year has come a close and what a year it has been. We’ve had chances to celebrate together and tried to take a break and spend time with family and friends over … [Read more...]

Milton: How much to be considering when creating a Renovation Budget.

Remodeling can be a large undertaking. There are a lot of decisions and money that goes into your project. Our team will only recommend material that we know will give reliable service. Please know, we will never recommend poor quality materials simply to get your business. Our highly trained and supervised crews deliver the craftsmanship you expect. In remodeling, prices can vary greatly on a … [Read more...]

Hanover Second Story Project Spot Light

You love your town, you love the schools, the neighborhood, the street, but not necessarily your actual house. It wasn’t too bad when it was just the two of you, but your family has grown, and is growing up. So, what do you do? Renovate or Sell and move? This is a decision many of our clients’ face. We often work with potential clients on renovation budget ranges and then they need some time to … [Read more...]