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TopTen Hardwood Floors

Serving Boston, MA
Our friendly flooring experts work closely with you to design a floor that's right for you and your budget.Our Flooring Specialties Include: • Installation • Refinishing • Sanding • Staining • Repair • Replacement With Topten Hardwood Floor Service, our floors are as beautiful as they...

Design Wood Floors Inc.

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“John installs hardwood floors for the additions and houses I build. John has been doing my work for a long time. He ...”

Serving Boston, MA
Design Wood Floors, located in Blackstone Massachusetts, is dedicated to the fine art of designing and building unique wood floors. Founded in 1982 by John DiPonzio, Design Wood Floors continues to find ways to please our ever expanding customer base throughout the Boston Metro area. Though cus...

Euro Style Flooring Solutions

Serving Boston, MA
Interior Design Consultancy for project development We will walk with you in every step of the way; providing ideas and presenting the best products. Interior Design Concept for Interior arrangement In today's market you have a lot of options we will help you develop ideas utilizing the newest pro...

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800 Boyelston, Boston, MA 02117

Signature Services: Architectural Design Structural Steel & LVL Design Build Project Management Permitting Demoliti...

14 Arcadia Street, Boston, MA 02122

(617)592-2074

85 Neponset Ave. Apt. 1, Boston, MA 02122
62 Fuller St., Boston, MA 02124
Colonial Boston, known for its historic sites and attractions, is turning its focus to the present. The city recently finished transforming a 19th century mill into a 62-unit apartment complex. The mill, left vacant for nearly three decades, is now a 95,000 square-foot building. While Boston, Massachusetts flooring contractors did preserve much of the existing floors, and other contractors preserved columns and concrete ceilings, the $24-million project left the structure looking quite different that the original Highland Brewing Company building, built in 1867. The project took Boston floor installation experts and hundreds of other workers quite a while but all involved were happy to be able to provide housing for 62 families.