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2011 

Jan 20, 2010 By New England Design and Construction You grew up dreaming and imagining great things. Isn’t it time to make good on those dreams? Isn’t it time for a bedroom remodel, complete with all the amenities? At New England Design & Construction, we’re passionate about bedroom design and ...
Posted about 3 years ago
Energy Saving Tip of the day! Refrigerator coils can get especially dirty. Dirt and dust can built up from years of build up and impedes air flow thus making the appliance less efficient and forcing the refrigerator to work harder. It has been estimated that dirty coils can cut energy use by 6%. ...
Posted about 3 years ago
It’s important that in all rooms that are not being constantly used are sealed and closed so that there’s no loss of energy. Close the vents and make sure all windows are locked. Even when windows are not locked, it can still allow air to travel through.
Posted about 3 years ago
Is your client’s kitchen, tired, old, and outdated? Is doing a full kitchen remodel out of the budget? At New England Design and Construction we understand it is not always possible to hire a firm to completely gut and remodel a kitchen. This is why we have put together a list of seven easy ways ...
Posted over 3 years ago
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At New England Design & Construction, we can build just about anything. But there’s one thing we build which we value most: a sound relationship with you based on honesty and integrity, which is of far greater importance than our projects themselves. Our designers create beautiful masterpieces, but if they’re beyond your budget, do they really benefit you? Our builders attend to every detail, but if they run behind schedule and submit frequent change orders, will you truly be satisfied? What matters most when you look for someone to design and build your new home or remodel your existing one is trust – trust that your designer will stay within your budget and remain on schedule, provide knowledgeable suggestions and deliver what you need and want. You can visit our website at http://www.nedesignbuild.com/ You can follow us on facebook (New England Design & Construction) , twitter (NEDesignConst).