Our story began in 2012 in a beautifully furnished 26-foot trailer, out of which we originally sold flooring, then quickly added cabinets to our offerings. By 2013, we had outgrown our mobile showroom, so we looked for a storefront, but the only one available was 3400 square feet. What are we gonna do with all that space?! That's easy, just add windows, doors, decking, garage doors and a whole lot more!
Whether we remain one store or reach the cover of Fortune, we promise that visiting us will always be a fun experience.
All of our employees are experienced in various aspects of remodeling; more importantly, they're all friendly. From initial visit to the last nail can often take months, so we want to make sure you have an enjoyable time whenever you're working with us.
We understand your home is your castle, so whether it comes with a moat or turrets, it's our job to help you bring your vision to life.
That's one reason our employees are not commissioned salespeople. We don't want them more concerned with hitting a bonus versus listening to your wishes. Nor do we want them ignoring you because they think, "Oh, you're Bob's customer...."
One thing we've heard often is, "You've done a great job with the layout of the store. It's amazing how many products you've fit into this space!" Something else we've heard is how fun the atmosphere is; we have former customers pop in just to say hello.
We've got you covered. Yeah, we've been waiting to say that. We have five brands of hardwoods; four of tile, carpet and LVT's; two lines of laminates; as well as area rugs. And that's just what's on display!
In the world of blinds, there is Hunter Douglas, and then there is everyone else. Made in America, they earn more than half of all sales and nearly every patent. With lifetime warranties for peace of mind.
While designing our showroom, we wanted areas that customers could compare all their colors and textures. So grab a door and bring it to the design tables to lay next to your carpet and hardwood samples.
Home projects can be so frustrating. Multiple trips to numerous stores. Hit or miss help. There has to be a better way, right?!
One trip to our beautiful designer showroom is all you’ll need. Our store is full of samples and vignettes, our prices are affordable — usually less than the big boxes on special orders — and you’ll always be greeted by the same friendly experts. Inside or out, from cabinets to windows and everything inbetween, we have the products you want with the service you deserve.
Some stores require customers to only use that store's contractors, because the store earns more proﬁt. We think that needlessly increases the price. We compare it to buying a bicycle at a sporting goods store. You could take it home and put it together yourself; you could hire someone to build it for you; or you can buy one that is preassembled by one of the store's employees. Similarly, the two questions you need to ask yourself are "What is my budget? And how much do I want to be involved?" Because the cost of your project will change according to those answers.
This is your least expensive route. You buy the products from us, either pick them up or have them delivered, then try to con your brother-in-law into installing them.....
You're welcome to work with your own contractor, or we can provide a list of contractors that consistently receive great feedback. Either way, we'll order the products and alert you for pickup or delivery, while you will be responsible for scheduling and monitoring the installation.
We will oversee the project for you, using and coordinating our best installers. However, we'll have increased labor and insurance costs, as well as many trips to your house, so this will likely be your most expensive option.
We're not usually involved with the install, so we actually don't have as many photos as you might imagine. Beyond that, let's just say that some relevant parties insist on taking cellphone photos.....
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A native New Engleander, Jason owned three businesses prior to partnering with his hockey buddy, Mike Straw. He first owned a wedding services company, then became the US distributor of a line of hockey equipment, before owning a franchise that marketed advertising services to auto dealers. He enjoys exercise, music, ice hockey, comic books and Boston's sports teams.
Mike owned two businesses prior to partnering with his hockey teammate, Jason Harris. He first owned a die cutting operation, then became a store and regional manager of a chain of tile shops, before starting his own mobile design center. He enjoys playing hockey, video games, plus Jeeps, snowmobiles and other assorted toys.
We're right off the highway at the northwest corner of Wadsworth and US-285. Stop by the store between 10-5 Monday through Saturday, or call us for an appointment during the evening hours so we'll be able to give you our undivided attentiom.
It's easy when you're going south on Wadsworth. Just before the westbound onramp to US-285, make a right turn into Hampden Square after you've passed Yummy's Donuts.
You can't turn left into the plaza when going north on Wadsworth, so continue to the light at Girton. Turn left, then left again at Yarrow, and left once more at the stop sign at Hampden Frontage Road. Finally turn left into Hampden Square and we'll be at the back left.
We've had a lot of great suggestions from our customers, leading us to constantly add to the products we offer. Just click on the names of our three latest to learn more about them.
Ever been to a restaurant with a coffered ceiling? It turns a three star location into four stars. Now you can have that same rich look in your house, with four species of wood laminates available.
A water resistant laminate that's warrantied for kitchen and bathroom use, but you're saying it looks like wood??? Get out of town! No, it's true. Balterio offers lifetime wear warranties and is incredibly realistic -- it has to be seen to be believed.
So what's the difference the laminates and the LVT's? Nothing when it comes to looks; it's just a question of where you'll need to install, since the LVT is even more water resistant. Another difference is Moduleo has stone looks to go along with wood.
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