In addition to built-ins and storage units we also do the fussy, small jobs that the big contractors don’t want to do. Recently we’ve:
- installed architecturally appropriate interior doors in one of the few wood-framed single family houses on Boston's Beacon Hill
- replaced an exterior door threshold
- fabricated and installed a custom laminate countertop
- reconfigured two bookcases to accommodate a flat screen television
- fabricated and installed radiator covers
We often get calls to adapt existing home entertainment centers and cabinets to accommodate large screen TVs. And we also get calls to reconfigure kitchen cabinets to accommodate newer, taller, and sometimes wider refrigerators.
We don't limit our work to older properties and are available to work on properties of any era and style, but older properties are our specialty. Among the clients we've had over the years are The Cambridge Center for Adult Education and their two historic buildings, the Brattle House and the Blacksmith House, both in Harvard Sq. and listed on the National Register of Historic Places; and The Cambridge Friends Meeting House
We've also worked on a property owned by Historic New England and we've done work for the Natick Historical Society. Not to mention the numerous 18th and 19th century buildings in Boston's Back Bay, Beacon Hill, South End, Fort Hill, and in the Greater Boston area.
We're available for commercial and corporate clients as well. Among the commercial firms we've completed office projects for are Micheal Van Valkenburgh Associates in Cambridge, MA; CSS Boston, located in the Financial District: and Mott Philanthropic, located in the Prudential Center.