Home Remodeling around Concord, MA
Discover Cool Design – Experience Total Care
Thomas Buckborough & Associates provides the greater Boston area with a full menu of remodeling solutions from kitchen design to whole house design, from remodeling kitchens and bathrooms to major renovations, from general contracting to antique home restoration. We create spaces that reflect our client’s life stories and how they live in their home. We have enjoyed working with clients in the towns of Acton, Concord, Lincoln, Lexington, Sudbury, Carlisle, Wellesley, Weston, and even as far away as Cohasset. If you are looking for an award winning design build architect that wants you to love your home, contact Thomas for an appointment.
What are clients are saying
TBA brought the design ability to “think outside the box” that made the project so much more than we imagined. We are immensely pleased with the final outcome. Our repeated comment to friends and neighbors is that the money spent on the design phase was the best money we have ever invested in our home.
Thomas really treats each job like a business – no excuses. The contracts are nice. He is very thorough in setting expectations, right down to what time they could start and if they could use our bathroom. Everything was spelled out; very impressive.
You met and exceeded our expectations! The design was exciting, yet in keeping with the integrity of our home. Much attention was paid to detail. The input on tile design and coming with me to the showroom made for a positive and fun experience.
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