How much of a contingency fund should I plan on?

If you have never done a remodeling project before you may not have figured a contingency fund into your budget yet. A contingency fund is an amount of money you set aside to cover any unexpected costs that can arise during the project. This money is on reserve and is not allocated to any specific area of work. It acts as your “insurance” in case anything unexpected comes up or you want to add or … [Read more...]

What should I expect during an initial VIRTUAL project visit?

Master Suite Remodel In remodeling, prices can vary greatly on a project-by-project basis. No two homes are alike, no two yards are alike, no two homeowners are alike so the first step in getting your project started is to meet with our team, so we help you determine specific needs and designs. Typically, we like to do this first visit in person but getting started virtually can be a great … [Read more...]

Almar & COVID-19 (4.10.2020)

4.10.2020 The Governor currently has the date set as May 4th when businesses can start to reopen. We'll see if that date actually happens. Once we can resume working we will be working with all of our teams and vendors to reestablish revised schedules. … [Read more...]

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How do I Build a Renovation Budget?

Kitchen Remodel, Hanover Remodeling can be a large undertaking. There are a lot of decisions and money that goes into your project. Our team can guide you thru the planning process. Once you have an idea of the type of project you are ready to start you need to consider how much can and want to invest in your budget.   In remodeling, prices can vary greatly on a … [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...]

Project Spotlight: 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...]

Introducing Build Clean

Build Clean Dust Control Remodeling can be an invasive and uncomfortable process to go through, but the finished product is always worth the aggravation. We find that dust is a major pain for any remodeling project and no matter how much you plastic and “dust protect” the reality is that 100% of dust cannot be contained. In an effort to provide an even more comfortable experience Almar is now … [Read more...]

Project Spotlight: Milton Kitchen Renovation

The owners of this 1930s Craftsman style home were ready to update and enlarge their small and outdated kitchen. With a busy work and family schedule, they called upon designer Beth Bourque of Beth Bourque Design Studio in Milton to help. Working with the owners, Beth could easily come up with a functional design that fulfilled the owners need for additional space with budget in mind. To … [Read more...]