How A New Home Is Built, Article 5 by Custom Home Builder Upton MA

Making the Roof Weather-Tight

This is the 5th article in the series, "How A New Home Is Built."  The series describes step-by-step the building of a New England style new old home.  The previous article discussed the 1st floor framing. To review any of the previous articles, click here to browse the list of articles under the Custom Home Building category.  

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How A Home Is Built, Article 4 by Custom Home Builder Boylston MA

Building the 1st Floor - Framing the Walls and Floor Deck

This is the 4th article in the series, "How A New Home Is Built."  It is presented by Gilmore Building Co., Inc. a custom home builder in Boylston Ma  The series of articles describe step-by-step the building of a New England style new old home.  In the previous article the septic system (wastewater disposal system) was explained. To review any of the previous articles, click here to browse the list of articles under the Custom Home Building category.  

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How A Home Is Built, Article 3 by Custom Home Builder Southborough MA

Building the Septic System Leach Field

This is the 3rd article in a series by Gilmore Building Co., Inc., a custom home builder in Southborough Ma that will describe the building of a New England style new old home.  In the last article the discussion was about building the foundation. To review any of the previous articles, click here to browse under the Custom Home Building category.  

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Our Custom Home Builder Support Services are Expanding

Recently, we expanded our client support services by adding Seleste Jankovich to our staff.  With her significant talent and skills, she is focusing on project accounting.  We know that as a custom home builder and remodeler, it is critical to continuously enhance the tools and skills we use to reduce the risks client's have when they undertake a new home or remodeling project.  Stop in and say hello, if you can.  Welcome Seleste! 

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How A Home Is Built, Article 2 by Custom Home Builder Westborough MA

Building the Foundation

This is the second article in a series by Gilmore Building Co., Inc., a custom home builder in Westborough Ma that will describe the building of a New England style new old home.  In the last article the discussion was about creating site access and installing the well. To review any of the previous articles, click here to browse under the Custom Home Building category.  

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Custom Home Builder Central MA, New Old Home Construction Story

Article #1, Providing Site Access and Installing a Well

This is the first in a series of articles by a custom home builder in Central Ma that will describe the building of a New England style new old home.  The story begins with an undeveloped lot located in a beautiful farm setting in Central Ma and will end when the landscaping is complete. 

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New Home by Custom Home Builder in Boylston MA |11 Pleasant Lane

Gilmore Building Co., Inc., a custom home builder in Boylston MA, working on behalf of the Green Boylston LLC, completed the construction of a New England style custom designed home located at 11 Pleasant Lane in Boylston, MA.  Please see the details below.

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This Owner of a New-Old Home Defines The "Satisfied Customer"

Wow!  In the next ten seconds, I think you will agree that the testimonial quoted below truly defines the term "satisfied customer."

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New England Traditional Architecture Home Nearing Completion

For the past few months, Gilmore Building Co. (The Grafton Builder) has been working to complete a fantastic new home project located at 21 Maple Way in Boylston, MA.  Since the construction and landscaping for the home will be completed in just a few weeks, it is now being offered for purchase. 

This home is not usual; just look at the view it presents!  As if being located in the wonderful family-living Town of Boylston wasn't enough, the home also has a fantastic view of Mount Waschusett and it is adjacent to the Mount Pleasant Country Club.  So a relaxing view is at your finger tips and skiing and golfing are "right next door."

All that and we have not even begun to talk about the home istself.  It sits on a 1 acre wooded lot in the neighborhood called Pleasant Hill Estates.  It has 9 rooms plus 3 full baths and one 1/2 bath.  Its design and construction features provide the all important energy conservation and low maintenance.  

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SOLD New Home by Custom Home Builder in Boylston MA | 21 Maple Way

In the fall of 2010, Gilmore Building Co., Inc., a custom home builder in Boylston MA, working on behalf of the Green Boylston LLC, completed the construction of a New England style custom designed home located at 21 Maple Way in Boylston, MA. 

PROPERTY DESCRIPTION

This 3,318 sq.ft. colonial style home provides stunning views of Mount Wachusett (see picture below) and it is located adjacent to the Mount Pleasant Country Club.  It is being offered for sale at $708,000.  The home provides 9 rooms, 4 bedrooms with 3 full baths and one-half bathroom.  The home's exterior has been elegantly decorated and enhanced by the landscape architecture that draws in the natural features of the nearly one full acre (0.99 acre) wooded very private lot.

DESIGN FEATURES

The interior has been laid out with convenience and functionality in mind with many custom design features.  For example, the kitchen cabinets are custom crafted from cherry wood and its countertops are granite.  The appliances are stainless steel.  The granite has been extended to all bathroom countertops as well.  Ceramic tile flooring has been used in all baths, the laundry room and the mud room.    The flooring is three-coat finished hardwood.  The rear decking is made of durable and highly attractive mahogany wood.  

Elegance in the interior is achieved with extensive use of distinctive crown molding, 5 inch tall baseboard molding, and 6 panel doors.  Stair case railings are of maple wood.

ENERGY SAVINGS BONUS FEATURES

Features intended to minimize energy usage have been built into this home.  They will lower the home owner's annual cost for energy and save the environment and our natural resources.  To begin with, the home is Energy Star Certified.  It has been constructed with 6 inch studs which support the highly efficient low heat loss spray in foam insulation.  The heating and cooling system is a 3-zone hydro-air oil fired.  The windows are by Pella and they are insulated with a 20/10 year warranty.  The doors to the outside are also by Pella and have a 10 year warranty. 

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