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We at HTR Construction pride ourselves on making the intrusion in your home as seamless and free of construction chaos on your family life as possible. Many times this means being able to create a separate entrance into the project site so that you don't have our team and the renovation mess part of your day to day living! This project in Concord, MA is an attic renovation, where we are creating a master suite for the owners. Follow us as we post updates!
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Deciding to invest in a home renovation project is a big deal. It's not just the financial investment, but also all the decision making elements that need to go into a project, not to mention homeowner's concerns about the chaos renovations can bring into their home. The good news is that HTR Construction can hold your hand with helping you make decisions with our Pre-Construction Services and Fixed-Priced Proposals. We are also experts in minimizing disruption to your home life by separating your living space from the construction space with temporary entrances, floor protection, dust barriers and exhaust fans. One customer of ours recently shared that she was expecting her renovation to be so much worse but her home actually stayed clean to her delight.
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One space that has become increasingly popular in home additions and renovations in recent years is the mudroom. Being the transition between outdoors and indoors, the best mudrooms won't only make the entrance to your home look and feel welcoming, but will be very efficient as well. Imagine having a designated place to sit and remove boots, hang jackets and coats, and to store everything from hats, footwear, umbrellas and all that sporting equipment. Heavenly!
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We at HTR Construction love our before and after photos of the renovation projects that we have done. As you can see below, this project in particular is a great example of the huge transformation that can be created, not with just materials and color, but with most importantly, the light and airiness that can be brought in with a much more open floor plan.
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HTR Construction recently finished a bathroom renovation in Lexington, up on the 3rd floor of a circa 1904, Victorian home. The cozy bathroom is nestled in on the 3rd floor, along with a guestroom, art studio, home office and laundry quarters. The owners kept the original, unique footprint of the room, with one step up to the main part of the bathroom. They also recycled their old radiator and claw foot bathtub but gave the tub a modern look, by encasing the feet with a solid base around the bottom.
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n years gone by, most kitchen items were hidden away in a pantry; then, with the explosion of technology and small appliances, kitchen counter tops over the years have become more crowded and cluttered. Not to mention all the appliances and accessories that come with an increased interest in cooking cuisines from around the world. Until now! The latest trend is to hide all that can be hidden, not just with small kitchen appliances, but with piles of paperwork in the kitchen, that are now neatly tucked away digitally in our computers. Now, hiding in plain sight and creating a calmer, uncluttered living space. Sereneness that benefits us all. One great idea for hiding small appliance and kitchen canisters etc away is to store them in a special "appliance armoire".
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Do you dream of relaxing on your beautiful outdoor deck or patrio after a long day? HTR Construction can help you achieve your home updating dreams. We believe in high standards of reliability, respect and efficiency for our clients. It’s these qualities that leave our customers with a feeling of confidence and has them referring us to their friends and family. Call us today!
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One of HTR Construction's latest projects is a circa-1900 historical home in Arlington, MA. The two bedroom, one bath, 859 square-foot house has undergone a layout reconfiguration to make better use of their tight little kitchen and bath. This brought in the added benefit of a lot more sunlight!
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