We're in the business of transformation, we transform rooms, entire homes and often times even a client's entire way of living. We thought it was time to do some transforming of our own. Our newly updated website more accurately reflects our company's vision and values and does a better job of showcasing the work we do. Here's a peek at some of the features of the new site that we think you'll want to explore...
We've once again made Qualified Remodeler Magazine's Top 500 List for 2018. In an industry full of capable companies we are proud to be listed among the largest and most successful companies nationwide!
This Duxbury Homeowner always new they wanted waterfront property so when this charming Cape style home became available they new the spot was perfect but the home would need some additions and renovations to make it suitable for their family. Having worked with us before the client wanted Eric brought in from the start to collaborate with Architect Julia Chuslo and create an addition that captured the picturesque views and perfectly blended the old with new...Read the whole story
Here's what our client had to say about working with the Thorson Team:
"We hired Thorson to redo our recently purchased waterfront home in Duxbury. We demolished half of the house, rebuilt, and completely redid the existing portion. Eric and his team were involved from pre purchase, to design meetings with the architect, to final completion. Their attention to detail and communication through this entire project truly exceeded our expectations. We had a vision for what we wanted the finished project to look like, and..."READ FULL REVIEW
We are seeing more homeowners who want their counters to be thicker in appearance. A substantial edge on a counter creates a modern look but the aesthetic has crept into even some of the most traditional kitchens and baths and adds impact regardless of the style of the space. What most don’t know about these thicker counters is that they are actually a mitered edge. In our latest blog post we discuss what a mitered edge counter is and what you need to consider before incorporating this detail into your next project.
The majority of our staff are avid fishermen (and women) and living in coastal New England means fresh locally sourced (or personally caught) fish is always readily available. With all of that great seafood around we're often looking for new ways to cook up the catch of the day!
Office manager Jenn's husband Matt recently caught some striper and they plan to put their catch of the day into a light fish taco that combines baked or grilled fish with a number of fresh ingredients. It finishes with an amazing garlic lime crema with just the right amount of tang and heat that we think you'll like as much as Jenn does.