Belmont, MA Carpenters and Joiners
I established this company in 1986, after more than ten years working in the field of home building and remodeling. My company specializes in renovating and remodeling, historic home restoration, custom home building and both minor and major repair work. Additions, kitchens, baths, roofs, exterior and interior restoration are but a few examples of the services we provide, all with an eye on quality workmanship and attention to the customer's needs. In the more than twenty years since I created this company, we continue to pride ourselves on our reliability and dedication to each individual contract which is why we have an excellent reputation and a long list of satisfied customers. My company is registered and licensed as well as insured. In addition, all our work is guaranteed. Should you have any questions, please feel free to contact us.
- 65 Tremont str BrightonMA0213550505
SHP Fine Carpentry Inc. manages projects of all scales including, but not limited to design&build, fine carpentry, interior trim, crown moulding, kitchens, decks, railings, pergolas, custom woodworks, millwork installation, doors&entryways, bookshelves, custom cabinets, renovations. No matter how big or how small a given project is, we always strive to deliver the best quality and customer service. We usually build custom pieces from scratch and make sure that they are beautiful and functional according to our clients specific needs. We firmly believe in putting your needs first, and we go to great lengths to ensure that you know how much your business means to us. Our team of experienced carpenters and affiliated specialists prides itself on delivering only the finest craftsmanship and we believe that our dedication to detail and passion for design are evident in all of our projects and our reputation in the community. From concept to creation, we communicate closely with you through every step of the process to ensure that we can bring your vision to life. You can trust that our service will exceed expectations.
We are a full service construction company. We specialize in high end custom home builds, high end custom kitchen and bath renovations, large scale complete custom home renovations, excavation, foundation, and site work, and outdoor living spaces including decks and patios. We do everything from foundation to finish!
- 256 Marginal Street BostonMA0212844507
Grain Wood Shop is a full-service custom woodworking shop located in Boston. Our focus is on designing, building and installing custom specialty wood products, cabinetry and built-in units for both residential & commercial clients. We have the latest design technology and a fully equipped machine shop to fabricate any type of wood product. Our goal is to enhance a space by building custom pieces and making the space feel your own. We use all kinds of materials in our projects from hardwoods, steel and glass to reclaimed wood and live edge timbers. This is what makes Grain and our projects unique. Our craftsmen are experienced professionals having worked on a wide range of projects. Grain is a proud member of the Cabinet Makes Association and the Architectural Woodworking Institute.
- 28 Townsend Road GrotonMA01450495025
Chris Broughton of Broughton Woodworks has 40 years of finish carpentry and cabinet making experience. He can create a wide range of custom designed pieces for any room in your home. Each project (large or small) is delivered and installed on time, within budget and to the highest degree of standards. Whether you're looking for a built-in entertainment center, a fireplace mantel or a new staircase, Broughton Woodworks will work with you to fulfill your vision!
From the age of fourteen, I spent all my high-school summers working for my dad. His construction company, R.J. Doiron Construction, filled the important needs of growing families who wanted to expand their post-war capes with shed dormers, and their ’60s ranches with second levels. The work was hard, hot, and long—but it toughened me up and taught me how to build and develop a good work ethic. I will always be grateful for the experience. With all my dad’s lessons under my tool belt, I sailed through vocational high school carpentry on a breeze and graduated at the head of my class. Continuing to work with my dad’s company, I fine-tuned my skills and expanded my knowledge when we worked on some beautiful older homes. At about the same time that my dad took early retirement I began my career in the field of high end building on the North Shore of Boston’s golden coast. I worked successfully for several companies, learning as much as I could from each, but there came a time when I felt that I really wanted to do things my way. On April 1, 1997, I established Michael Doiron Housewright. Since that day, our company has grown steadily. With each job we complete, our excellent reputation grows and our list of satisfied customers gets longer. Two years before I started M.D.H., my wife and I had bought a circa-1750 Cape Cod house. It was in such bad shape that most people considered it a tear-down (my dad offered us some matches). After I removed the many layers of drywall, acoustical ceiling tiles, linoleum, and hollow core doors I found that the bones and even some trim, flooring and plaster could be saved, restored, duplicated, and added to. All my work caught the eye of a local architect who recommended me for the high-profile restoration of a first-period saltbox on Argilla Road in Ipswich. I completed the project and was pleased and proud to win the "Mary Connelly Preservation Award". I even appeared on This Old House television show and in an article in their magazine! This project was the jumping-off point to countless more challenging, fun, and rewarding projects. Over the years we have built many major renovations, design/build homes, additions, garages, and barns. The first twenty years in business left me with a lot to be proud of and I look forward to another twenty years of success. Some say I make it look easy, and some days it is. On the days that it isn’t, we learn something new. I hope you enjoy the valuable services we offer.
- 7 Sherman St. Suite 4FCharlestownMA0212948506
The Underground Carpenter is owned and operated by Antonio "Devon" Thibeault (pronounced "Tee-bow”), a custom cabinet and furniture maker. I work closely with each client to determine your specific needs—to get a feel for your tastes, and how you imagine the final result. Then, I design a combination of style, form, and function that not only fits your particular space, but also fulfills your vision and needs.
Rossmore Carpentry, LLC is a group of experienced construction personnel and carpenters. We specialize in all types of carpentry, especially interior finish, custom builtins, and exterior finish carpentry, including decks.
Established in 2012, Walsh's Fine Woodworking proudly serves the Greater Boston Area with premier cabinetry and woodworking services. Though we were established in 2012, Thomas, the owner, has over 14 years of professional experience in woodworking in Boston and is educated and affiliated with City and guilds. As a company, our number one goal is to make you happy. We do this by working closely with you from start to finish. We will work hard to ensure the job stays within the budget you put forth as well as finishes on time. In order to satisfy the financial and time limitations, we will not however cut corners. When we build something for you, we want to make sure it is done correctly and stands the test of time. The last thing we would want is for something we build to immediately fall apart because we were in a hurry to get the project done. Everything we produce is handmade and handcrafted by the most stringent quality standards. We do not want you settling for anything less than what you deserve.
At Burr Brown Design I have combined my passion for art, architecture, woodworking, and landscaping to create unique and functional designs. My college studies were a mix of Industrial Technology and Landscape Design, and I earned my BSLA degree from the University of Massachusetts in Landscape Architecture.
Custom Home Finish offers the finest quality and service in finish carpentry. Specializing in interior trimwork, decorative moldings, fireplace mantles, custom cabinets, built-ins and entertainment centers, stairways and railings. Custom Home Finish can turn your house into your dream home.
- 179 Boylston Street Jamaica PlainMA0213050501
Custom Cabinetry & Architectural Millwork - We are a full-service company, specializing in the creation of cabinetry, millwork and furniture for homes and businesses. Working with homeowners, designers, architects, contractors and business owners, we have the ability to manage all aspects of the process, from initial design through to fabrication, finishing, and installation. We're proud to have earned the "Best of Boston" distinction for 2103. Contact the owner, Dave Kenyon, to discuss your next project.
Rui Tavares has worked in carpentry for many years. Tavares Finish Carpentry specializes in interior finish carpentry, molding and millwork, and staircases. We've worked on many projects with custom built ins design and application. We look forward to hearing about your upcoming project!
Trimitsis Woodworking, Inc. is a small, Boston-based firm specializing in challenging residential projects. We approach projects as highly skilled generalists, in the belief that our clients will benefit if we have the capacity to complete all phases of their projects. To this end, we have several teams of highly skilled carpenters as well as tile-setters and metalworkers, along with a comprehensive woodshop where we make cabinets, house parts, and furniture. We also maintain close relationships with a team of subcontractors who hold themselves to the same high standards we set for ourselves and our projects. We are lucky to work in the Boston area, with its rich variety of architectural styles. We typically work on buildings raised 70-170 years ago, and we are routinely struck by their longevity and the soundness of their original construction. Carpenters working today have the benefit of power tools unimaginable to the builders of these older structures, but face greater demands as well. Modern buildings must be air-tight and energy-efficient, and the materials available for construction today often pale in comparison to those used 100 years ago. In spite of these challenges, we strive to work to modern standards and old expectations: the things we build should outlive us. In the spirit of “generalist/specialists”, we tackle a wide range of projects, including exterior restorations; additions; structural repairs; kitchen and bath renovations; custom cabinetry; and fine furniture. We also work in close collaboration with a local architectural firm to provide design/build services. To the extent that there is a common theme among all our projects, it’s that they require more care and more attention to detail than the norm. We thrive on such demanding projects, and are proud that almost all our work comes from personal referrals and repeat clients.