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HTR Construction has completed an addition that joined an old farmhouse and a barn on a former working farm in Lexington, MA, that was built in 1875. The architect did a beautiful job blending the two structures together. The addition on the first floored, included a two car garage, a family room and a lovely aging-in-place bathroom. The 2nd floor, a gorgeous new home office, overlooking a beautiful backyard, as well as another bathroom. Both floors of the new addition have an abundance of windows. To bring light into the 2nd floor bathroom, HTR installed a solar tube skylight.
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HTR Construction makes all your better living ideas come true.
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With the warmer weather suddenly arriving here in New England, HTR Construction is receiving lots of calls for exterior work, including decks and porches. It's that wonderful time of year when our indoor living and entertaining can flow outdoors into the sun and all the gifts that nature brings us.
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A HTR customer made a video of the kitchen renovation project we did at their home. It's interesting to watch the whole construction process come together, from their demoed kitchen to the finished project. Below, our client speaks about his experience with HTR and how we kept their happiness, success and safety in mind and how HTR Construction remained on-time and on-budget.
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HTR Construction has just completed an extensive home renovation project in Winchester that includes a new kitchen and 3 bathrooms, as well as a beautiful updated fireplace, fresh interior painting throughout, refinished wood floors and new doors.
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​HTR Construction recently completed a master bedroom suite atop an existing garage in Lexington, MA. In addition to the bedroom, we created a bathroom, office and laundry, all with Marvin windows. The project also included a new front entry to the home, to make it more attractive and inviting and a new roof.
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There are many options and upgrades that become useful and necessary as more and more homeowners choose to age-in-place in their existing homes for as long as possible. Some of these options are simple and easy, others require some modest level of disruption and coordination, and yet others call for a significant renovation depending on the existing conditions. Top Aging-in-Place design components for your home:
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HTR Construction just completed a state-of-the-art kitchen renovation in a mid-century modern deck home in Carlisle, MA. The 1971 custom built home nestles beautifully into the woodsy 2 acre property that surrounds it and includes a screened in porch, a sun room and of course an extended deck so commonly found in mid-century homes. The home owners are delighted with their renovation and are ready to host guests for the holidays! Plus, when the time arrives for them, they are now ready to age-in-place, comfortably, with a bedroom and bathroom on the first floor.
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