Teamwork From Concept Through Construction

We’re often asked what makes our company so successful, makes our system so effective and sets us apart from the competition. The short answer is our production team and our teamwork, from concept to construction. …

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Project Spotlight: The Barmak Home

Many homes in Arlington and nearby communities are perched on hills, which can present some interesting challenges during major renovations. This factor came into play in a recent project we completed for Belmont’s Lisa and …

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Evolution of the Bathroom

  For our great-great-great grandparents, nature’s call meant braving the elements for a trip to the outhouse. Today’s bathrooms have radiant heat floors, smart technology and tile chic enough to serve as the background for …

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CCI and Local Remodeling Association Collect Toys for Tots

The Custom Contracting Team always looks forward to our monthly meetings of the Eastern Massachusetts Chapter of the National Association of the Remodeling Industry (EM NARI). We all agree that the December membership meeting is …

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Adding on to an Historic Home

We’re so excited about a project that we’re working on in Sudbury that we couldn’t wait till the project was completed to start telling you about it. The original farmhouse was built in 1810 and …

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Two CCI Team Members Awarded Expert Remodeling Certifications

We’re proud of the Custom Contracting team! At a recent National Association of the Remodeling Industry (EM NARI) meeting, our own Michael Daniell (center) received his Master Certified Remodeler certification while Tyler Beauregard (far left) …

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Valuing Long-term Client Relationships

At Custom Contracting we really value long-term relationships with our clients. Once you’re in the Custom family, we want to stay in touch – so we mail out newsletters and post blogs. Plus, we want …

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Buying a Home with an Eye to Renovate

You know the old saying, “There are three things that matter in real estate: location, location, location.” And for Arlington’s Sally Royce and Craig Hunter, location certainly did matter. Their 1922 colonial sits on a …

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