Author Archives for Kara Wilson

How to Choose Kitchen Countertop Materials
Published October 14, 2016 | By

Choosing the countertop material in a remodeling project can be one of the more confusing choices, as well as one that has a significant visual impact on the space that you’re remodeling. There are so many choices and it can be very difficult to differentiate between all the varied products that are out there. We put… View Article

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Top 6 Things to Childproof In Your Home!
Published September 9, 2016 | By

According to the CDC, around 2.3 million children are accidentally injured, with more than 2,500 killed each year. Children between the ages of 1 to 4 are more likely to be killed by an accident in the home than by a stranger’s violence. Childproofing your home can be a very important measure to make sure that… View Article

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The Lost Art of the Architect
Published July 13, 2016 | By

What is architecture, anyway? We are surrounded by it in the spaces we live, work and play in.  Just as a painting can be lousy, average, or great, so can architecture.  Greatness in architecture should be striven for, because it has the ability to impact life more than any other art-form. Cost, schedule, and the details of how… View Article

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Room to Dream: Janice’s Project
Published June 8, 2016 | By

NEDC recently partnered with SmartCoats and EMNARI to completely remodel a room for a child who suffers from a chronic medical condition through the Room to Dream Foundation. This year, we worked with Janice Alvarenga and her family to create a separate living space within her parents’ bedroom for her to sleep, as well as… View Article

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Somerville Home Addition
Published February 25, 2016 | By

                               Recent Project New England Design & Construction recently worked on a home addition in Somerville. Here are the before and after photos of the whole remodel. Be prepared to say WOW! The home used to be quite small before we… View Article

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A Kitchen Transformation
Published February 12, 2016 | By

  Our Most Recent Remodel This is the latest project NEDC recently completed. Prior to construction the family had an outdated 1920’s style kitchen with approximately about 13 x 10 sq ft of space. Adjacent to the kitchen was a large family room — some square footage was taken from the family room and used… View Article

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Molly’s Book
Published February 11, 2016 | By

    Molly’s Book Remodeling someone’s home is a very intimate process.  Most of the times our clients live through the remodel – sometimes without a kitchen or more than 1/2 of their usual space for multiple months.  A lot of our clients also have children.  So there is some sacrifice involved for sure in… View Article

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Meet our Quality Control Officer: Javier Montalvo
Published February 5, 2016 | By

JAVIER MONTALVO Javier joined the NEDC team in June of 2015, relocating from Oregon with his wife and family. He has been an Elementary school teacher, a Home Inspector, and a Restaurant Owner among other things, contributing to a vast experience in business, teaching, and the construction industry. A small business owner of JML Real Estate… View Article

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President of EM NARI
Published January 21, 2016 | By

NEDC’s David Supple Inducted as President of Remodeling Association New England Design & Construction is proud to announce that our owner, David Supple, has been inducted as the President of the National Association of the Remodeling Industry, Eastern Massachusetts chapter (EM NARI). NARI is the trade association for the remodeling industry and members must adhere… View Article

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Remodeling: It Takes a TEAM of Specialists
Published January 19, 2016 | By

NEDC Owner, David Supple, recently did a Q & A for the Lumber & Building Material Journal. Below are his thoughts, and what he had to say about this interview. A few months ago I was asked to answer some questions recently for what might be part of an article somewhere and quickly just shot… View Article

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