At New England Design & Construction we take great pride in our work. We understand that one of the greatest shortcomings in our industry is the lack of adherence to an agreed schedule. This is why we guarantee our projects to come in on time, every time. Should your project fail to meet the deadline, we offer a weekend stay at the Four Seasons Hotel and Resort.
“Reach for the stars, shoot for the moon, bring your dreams to fruition, and do it with someone you can trust…”
“Thanks for all your help! We love everything and feel like our home is finally complete.”
“Completed early! I love it! I got much more than expected – my place is beautiful. I have already recommended New England Design & Construction to others.”
Our designers create beautiful masterpieces, but if they’re beyond your budget, do they really benefit you? Our builders attend to every detail, but if they run behind schedule and submit frequent change orders, will you truly be satisfied? What matters most when you look for someone to design and build your new home or remodel your existing one is trust – trust that your designer will stay within your budget and remain on schedule, provide knowledgeable suggestions and deliver what you need and want.
You should have confidence that your builder can do top-quality work, handle the myriad of unexpected issues that are bound to arise in any project and solve any problem without making it your problem. With that in mind, New England Design & Construction is committed to providing the highest level of honesty and craftsmanship.
We’re here to guide you through your project from commencement to completion. Paying attention to the “little” things – like keeping your job site clean and keeping you informed on a day-to-day basis – is just what we do. Our clients are consistently wowed by our level of accountability, craftsmanship and care, not only for their home, but for their own peace of mind. By taking the disruption out of construction, we’re really just delivering on our initial promise. After all, isn’t that what trust is all about?