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A Sandwich Cape’s Storied Life Turns a New Chapter

The renovation took nearly 16 months, but the owners are thrilled with the result—an antique house, owned by generations of Nyes, made for contemporary living. Plus, a Q&A with master craftsman Tom Turcketta.

Homecoming for Jimmy Bellew

The former Green Beret, who owns Bellew Tile & Marble in West Yarmouth, draws upon leadership lessons from serving in Iraq and Afghanistan.

Patience Pays Off

After three years of renovations, a family can finally kick up their feet and relax in their dream summer home in Dennis.

A Playful, Modern Farmhouse Vibe

For builder Peter Vollmer and his wife, Laura, it was a dream come true to build their own custom house in Peter’s hometown of Cotuit.

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On the cover:

A rambling Dennis Village house by McPhee Associates of Cape Cod

Photographed by Amber Jane Barricman

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9 Board President Letter 11 Editor & Publisher Letter 12 Masthead 14 Contributors 16 On The Scene: Nail
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22 Colorful Kidz 27 Coffee with a Cause 28 Blitz Build 76 Gallery of Events 78 Member Benefits 79 Resource Guide 88 Advertiser Index
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Building Dreams

DEAR READER: The past few years have presented the local home building industry with many challenges, but what could have weakened us has only made us stronger. The members of the Home Builders & Remodelers Association of Cape Cod (HB&RACC) have been committed to working together to better our community, and we’re proud to report on our progress in this issue of At Home

Perhaps the most spectacular example of community synergy among our members is the recent Blitz Build. We partnered with Habitat for Humanity of Cape Cod to build one home, for one family, in one week. We were able to achieve this because hundreds of people were involved and dedicated to the cause. Through donations, supplies and around the clock labor, our teams worked tirelessly—and together—to help make the dream of homeownership come true for this year’s family. Jackie, a single mom working in Falmouth, now can afford to buy a home to raise her children. This was no small accomplishment, and we encourage anyone and everyone to learn more about the important work being done by our friends at Habitat for Humanity of Cape Cod—and enjoy the story on the following pages!

As busy as our industry is, Cape Cod has not escaped the nationwide crisis of the workforce shortage. We’ve felt it acutely in every trade across our membership, which is what has inspired us to tackle it head on. By the time this magazine is in our readers’ hands, we will have hosted our 6th Annual Residential Construction Career Day. With help from MassHire Cape & Islands Workforce Board, this member-led event provides hundreds of local high school students the opportunity to explore every phase of residential construction through meaningful conversations and interactions with experienced professionals. It’s our hope that these hours together have a powerful impact on our youth and guide them toward a lucrative career in our industry.

Thank you for spending some time learning about our member businesses in this issue of At Home. Inside you’ll find trusted, reliable companies for all your home building and renovating needs. I can attest to this because HB&RACC is a tightknit group of professionals; we work incredibly hard, we meet regularly to collaborate on issues facing our industry and our community, and we do what it takes to get the job done. We’re here when you need us.

I look forward to hearing about your success story with an HB&RACC member, possibly even reading about it in a future issue of At Home

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Community Love

IF YOU FOLLOWED BLITZ BUILD CAPE COD on social media during the week of Sept. 19, you witnessed an amazing group of dedicated and talented local professionals coming together to build one home for one family in less than one week. Every two years, Home Builders & Remodelers Association of Cape Cod teams up with Habitat for Humanity of Cape Cod to build an affordable home. This year, the 2022 Blitz house was built for a single mom of two young children living and working in Falmouth.

The marathon home build reminds us of running a relay race. Although there is no physical baton passed to builders at the end of each project, it’s implied—from walls and windows going up to flooring, decking, and kitchen installations. Crews donated time and supplies and worked together seamlessly to achieve a common goal: to build a home for a family in need and crossing the finish line together with pride and joy. If you haven’t already, it’s worthwhile scrolling back through the videos and photos on Instagram and Facebook to see the amazing progress, from frame to finish, in just five days. Turn to page 28 to see a selection of photos from this exciting project.

As you flip through this book, you’ll notice a strong and inspiring community theme. In the story, “Transforming a Child’s World, One Room at a Time,” writer Carol K. Dumas visits with Caren Berry, founder of Colorful Kidz. The nonprofit organization’s mission is to create room makeovers for children and teenagers in need on Cape Cod.

If you love coffee, then you’ll love the story about Shepley Wood Products. The company teamed up with Cape Cod Coffee and its successful program, “Coffee for a Cause,” which supports a number of Cape Cod nonprofits. Sales of the new Civic Roast, described as a “bright, smooth blend,” will benefit Habitat for Humanity of Cape Cod and Housing Assistance Corporation. Now you can feel even better about your morning routine!

Rounding out the book is a profile on Jimmy Bellew, who joined the family tile business and opened Bellew Tile & Marble in West Yarmouth in 2018 after serving in the military for many years. “It’s definitely been a blessing coming back,” says Bellew.

To continue with Bellew’s sentiment, we wish everyone many blessings and merry days this holiday season!

Lisa Leigh Connors Editor

At Home on Cape Cod

Chris Flanagan Executive Officer

Home Builders & Remodelers Association of Cape Cod Publisher

At Home on Cape Cod

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OFFICERS

President

Benjamin LaMora, Lineal Inc.

1st Vice President/Treasurer

KITCHENS

April Ducott, Monomoy Home Services

2nd Vice President/Secretary

Andrew Tyner, Shepley Wood Products

Immediate Past President

Trevor Meyer, Meyer + Sons Builders, Inc.

Executive Officer

Christopher Flanagan

BOARD OF DIRECTORS

Paul Bannon, Bannon Custom Builders

Natascha Batchelor, Hartney Greymont a Davey Company

John Cotton, Rockland Trust Company

Kathy DeMeyer, Encore Construction

Todd Duffany, M. Duffany Builders

Brian Harding, Andersen Windows & Doors

Brian Robertson, Cavallo & Signoriello Insurance Agency

Matt Spencer, Spencer & Company

Jack Stevenson, Mid-Cape Home Centers

Andrew Tyner, Shepley Wood Products

PUBLISHER

Christopher Flanagan chrisf@capecodbuilders.org

EDITOR

Lisa Leigh Connors lisa@capecodbuilders.org

ART DIRECTOR

Alison Caron

ADVERTISING SALES DIRECTOR

Candice A. Geers candice@capecodbuilders.org

EDITORIAL ASSISTANT

Karen McMahon karen@capecodbuilders.org

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CONTRIBUTORS

LISA CAVANAUGH grew up in Massachusetts and Connecticut and spent most of her summers on Cape Cod. After college, she moved to Los Angeles, where she became a Hollywood story editor, producer and writer. She now lives in Yarmouth with her husband and writes stories about the lifestyles, occupations and interests of Cape Codders. In this issue, Cavanaugh wrote the story about builder Peter Vollmer and his wife, Laura, who built their dream modern farmhouse in Peter’s hometown of Cotuit.

JULIA CUMES is a South African–born photographer based on Cape Cod. She’s passionate about storytelling and capturing real moments of human connection as well as expressive portraits. Most recently, she documented the International Fund for Animal Welfare’s rescue efforts after the historic floods in Eastern Kentucky where her favorite moments were spent photographing orphaned fawns at the Mountain View Wildlife Rehabilitation Center. In this issue, Cumes photographed Jimmy Bellew of Bellew Tile & Marble and Caren Berry, founder of Colorful Kidz.

CAROL K. DUMAS, editor of Cape & Plymouth Business magazine, is enjoying a second chapter in her career as a freelance writer and editor. Her writing has appeared in the Boston Globe, Cape Cod Times, New England Living and South Shore Home & Garden, among other publications. Dumas, the former editor of the Cape Codder newspaper, also works as a content marketing specialist for a number of companies. In this issue, Dumas penned articles about Colorful Kidz, Coffee for a Cause and two house renovations. She also visits with builder Tom Turcketta for a Q&A.

BILL O’NEILL got his start in the communications industry delivering the Cape Cod Times on his bicycle. When he was a bit older, he was the lifestyle editor at the Cape Cod Times. As a freelancer, he writes about healthcare, pop music and other topics. He lives in Buzzards Bay and enjoys biking, hiking and kayaking. In this issue, O’Neill sat down with Jimmy Bellew of Bellew Tile & Marble for a profile of the family man and former Green Beret.

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The 21st Annual Nail Banger’s Golf Tournament, sponsored by the Home Builders & Remodelers Association of Cape Cod, was held July 21, 2022, at the Hyannis Golf Course. The teambuilding event helped raise money for the Massachusetts Military Support Foundation initiative to build affordable housing for veterans and their families in Hyannis.

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Marc Warner with Epic Oyster and Ron Cunha, Falmouth Lumber – sponsor of the Raw Bar Jimmy Bellew, Bellew Tile & Marble; Pat Jacobs, P. Jacobs Custom Carpentry & Remodeling; Nick Grew, Diamond Tile & Falmouth Lumber; (front) Ron Cunha, Falmouth Lumber; John Sylvia, Falmouth Lumber; Adam Ross, Clancy Construction; Chris Girard, Valle Group Danielle Chin, from Benjamin Obdyke, “Hole in One” Sponsor Nick Lancione and Stacy Salvant with Resource Options, Inc., Putting Green Sponsor Bloody Mary served up by Gimmy’s Tavern and sponsored by Shepley Wood Products Ryan Carroll, Shepley Wood Products; Brian Harding, Andersen; Bryan Burch, Mullen Building & Remodeling; Corey Paine, Mullen Building & Remodeling – Lunch and Bloody Mary Sponsors Lying down on the job, Bill Ciocca, National Grid ROE OSBORN PHOTOS COURTESY OF SHEPLEY WOOD PRODUCTS
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COLOR A Splash of

Designers and homeowners choose playful, vibrant hues to brighten rooms and create more inviting spaces.

ORANGE POWER After learning her client’s favorite color was orange, interior designer Anne Mahoney knew she had struck creative gold. As first-time grandparents, the clients wanted a fun hangout room in their West Harwich home for their grandchildren to enjoy. The space was transformed into a colorful and inviting lounge area, where the tangerine ottoman serves as the focal point. (Anne Mahoney, owner of Anne Lydia, annelydia.com)

FEELING PATRIOTIC

This 1750s antique home, renovated by Lineal Architects + Builders, features a handcrafted walnut countertop island painted in Benjamin Moore’s Patriot Blue. Zoo Daydream ceiling lamps hang above while horizontal shiplap, with inset pantry, wraps the walls. (Lineal Architects + Builders, linealinc.com)

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IT’S ELECTRIC! For a long-standing client, PSD designed and built a “social barn” in Chatham. The goal was to create an environment of pleasure and relaxation. The bar area features an acrylic bar top with lights that can be set to any color or to automatically run through the color spectrum. (Polhemus Savery DaSilva, psdab.com)

SENSATIONAL SEA LIFE The wallpaper, designed by Kate Rhees for Spoonflower, is called Just Jellies. “We knew we wanted something fun for the kids’ bathroom, but also something they wouldn’t age out of right away,” says homeowner Laura Vollmer, adding the bathroom seemed like the perfect spot to add a coastal feel in their modern Cotuit farmhouse. “I ordered it on Etsy and couldn’t believe the amount of time I spent looking at wallpaper,” says Vollmer. Clearly, it was worth the time end effort. We bet the kids actually look forward to brushing their teeth! (Vollmer & Son Construction, vollmerandson.com)

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TEAL TRANSFORMATION

In this recently renovated Falmouth house, the homeowners wanted to incorporate traditional and modern elements into the design. Goal achieved: This modern-style barn door from TruStile, painted in Sherwin-Williams’ Reflecting Pool, features clear glass panels and black decorative hardware. (Clancy Construction, gregclancyconstruction.com)

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Transforming a Child’s World, One Room at a Time

A ROOM OF ONE’S OWN IS A TREASURED PLACE, especially for children. It’s a sanctuary for homework, quiet time, playing, sleeping and dreaming. But not every child or teenager has that special space in their home.

Some kids sleep on mattresses or a sofa. Some kids live in a motel room with their parents and siblings and have no privacy. Some children have special needs and live in a dysfunctional room. Many parents have no means, or the vision or time, to make their child’s room a special place.

“There are just some kids falling through the cracks,” says Caren Berry, who is working to change that—one room at a time—through her nonprofit venture Colorful Kidz.

The organization’s mission is to create room makeovers for children and teenagers in need on Cape Cod.

The idea for Colorful Kidz grew out of Berry’s monthlong stay in India in 2012, when she volunteered at a Catholic orphanage she had learned about from a guest speaker at her church. In India, she witnessed incredible poverty, but also amazing courage and perseverance among the children, who still write affectionate letters to her.

“It was life-changing,” says Berry, an interior decorator and nurse, who came home determined to find a way to help children in her own community.

Her church was helping a family transition out of a shelter

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The Colorful Kidz retail space in East Sandwich sells used furniture items that have been painted and stenciled by the organization’s volunteers using nontoxic paints. Volunteers also sew home accessories, such as pillows. Opposite: Caren Berry founded her nonprofit venture Colorful Kidz with a mission to create room makeovers for children and teenagers in need on Cape Cod.
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Colorful Kidz turns dreams into reality for children and teenagers in need on Cape Cod
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This youngster is delighted to see the finished results of his new bedroom that has a Spider-Man theme.

A teenager is overwhelmed by the changes to her bedroom, thanks to Colorful Kidz. Berry interviews the children and teens to determine a wish list and their interests. New tie-dye bedding was a big hit for this teenager.

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At top: Birdhouses made from children’s books are sold in the Colorful Kidz shop, located in East Sandwich. COLORFUL KIDZ COLORFUL KIDZ COLORFUL KIDZ

into public housing, and Berry offered to become involved. After meeting the family, she saw what she could provide to make a difference, offering to design a bedroom for two brothers, one of whom loved baseball and the other airplanes.

“Later, when the boys saw their room makeover, their joy was immeasurable,” she recalled. “It was on that day that Colorful Kidz was born.”

Colorful Kidz is a 501(c)(3) children’s nonprofit, with a 1,000-square-foot retail space and workshop located on Route 6A in East Sandwich.

Berry works with the Department of Youth Services and the foster care system to find referrals. She visits the family to assess the project, speaking to the child as well as the parent, to determine needs, a wish list and a budget. The redo is done free of charge. Sales from the storefront shop, in East Sandwich, stocked with beautifully reimagined used furniture and accessories, pay for the projects. Colorful Kidz also sells paints and accessories through its website. Volunteers paint used furniture that’s been donated to the organization, sew items for the store and assist with makeover projects, and also help with installation.

One makeover was for a teenager, who told Berry he liked to read and write.

“In order to do that, he needed good lighting,” she said. “When we asked if there was anything special he wanted or needed in his room, he told us he wanted a really tall bookcase and something to write on. He also asked if it was possible to have a mural painted on his wall. He had some very specific ideas on how he wanted it to look. We paired him with one of our favorite artists.”

The custom makeovers are mainly cosmetic—painting with a special nontoxic paint, new bed coverings, furniture, window treatments and sometimes flooring, with mattresses provided if it’s within the budget. The organization seeks donations of good, used wood furniture and new, unused items like mattresses and bed linens. A complete list is on its website.

Last year, they completed four makeovers. The goal this year is 10.

“We’re hoping to connect with more carpenters and other skilled professionals, as we can only do so much,” says Berry. “We love our senior citizens who help us out and it’s nice to get the community involved.”

The Colorful Kidz shop, 497 Route 6A, East Sandwich, is open 10 a.m.–5 p.m. Tuesday through Friday and 10 a.m.–3 p.m. on Saturday. For more information, visit colorfulkidz.org

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Caren Berry outside her retail shop on Route 6A in East Sandwich. Sales of repurposed used furniture and newly made home accessories fund her nonprofit’s projects. Cape
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Coffee for a Cause

Shepley Wood Products teams up with Cape Cod Coffee to support affordable housing

STARTING THE MORNING WITH A CUP OF JOE is a habit for many. Now you can feel even better about that daily ritual with your purchase of Civic Roast coffee—a special blend that helps support Cape Cod affordable housing programs.

Shepley Wood Products recently joined Cape Cod Coffee’s successful program, “Coffee for a Cause,” which supports a number of Cape Cod nonprofits. Sales of Civic Roast, described as a “bright, smooth blend,” will benefit Habitat for Humanity of Cape Cod and Housing Assistance Corporation.

Shepley has always believed in the necessity of giving back to the community, participating in many philanthropic endeavors. Besides Habitat and Housing Assistance, Shepley also supports Big Brothers Big Sisters, Cape and Islands United Way and Boys & Girls Club of Cape Cod through its charitable giving program.

“We are always excited to partner with like-minded organizations, such as Cape Cod Coffee, to help support important causes,” says Tony Shepley, president of Shepley Wood

Products. He refers to his charitable giving philosophy as “civic rent.” “I view ‘civic rent’ as a social obligation that we should pay back to our community, both personally and professionally. Civic Roast perfectly balances Shepley’s charitable giving philosophy with Cape Cod Coffee’s passion for roasting exceptional coffee.”

Cape Cod Coffee began offering crafted specialty blends to benefit Cape Cod nonprofit groups in 2016.

“We believe that supporting our local community is vital. One way we do that is with our line of coffees—Coffee for a Cause,” says Jan Aggerbeck, CEO of Cape Cod Coffee. “We are excited to partner with Shepley by adding the Civic Roast to support Habitat for Humanity and Housing Assistance. This will be our newest addition to our Coffee for a Cause lineup.”

Civic Roast is available in 12-ounce bags and in C-cups, both available online at capecodcoffee.com and in-store at Cape Cod Coffee’s 10 Evergreen Circle location in Mashpee.

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Tony Shepley (in blue shirt) and members of Housing Assistance Corporation, Habitat for Humanity of Cape Cod and Cape Cod Coffee gather at the roasting facility in Mashpee to celebrate the launch of Civic Roast.

During the week of Sept. 19, members of the Home Builders & Remodelers Association of Cape Cod, professional builders, together with vendors, donated all of the labor, materials and supplies to build an affordable home in Falmouth purchased by a local family.

This year marks HBRACC’s fifth Blitz Build with Habitat for Humanity of Cape Cod. This program makes it possible for Habitat to build more homes without overextending capacity or significantly increasing overhead. Home Builders Blitz events create relationships with local builders, many of whom become regular volunteers with Habitat and/or donors to their ReStores. Home Builders Blitz also gives local builders a chance to give back to their community and to network with other builders and suppliers.

Single mom Jackie, with her two young children, is the proud owner of a new three-bedroom ranch built in just five days.

“The Blitz Build is an amazing representation of the HBRACC membership and our commitment to our communities,” said Chris Flanagan, executive officer of the Home Builders and Remodelers Association of Cape Cod. “All of the materials and the time it takes to build the house have been donated. Our members are involved in every facet of the build. Building an affordable home for a deserving family is something we are all proud to be a part of.”

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The 2022 Blitz Build house is one of 10 affordable homes being constructed on a 5.5-acre site on Willett Way in Falmouth. CANDICE A. GEERS TOP PHOTO BY JASON GOLDSTEIN

Civic Roast – a bright, smooth, and perfectly balanced blend combines Cape Cod Coffee’s passion with Shepley’s charitable philosophy. A portion of the proceeds from this specialty blend go directly to support affordable housing programs on Cape Cod.

Enjoy Civic Roast and pay it forward with every cup! Available online at capecodcoffee.com

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At this year’s Blitz Build in Falmouth, hundreds of HBRACC members and their suppliers donated countless hours of skilled labor and materials to construct an affordable home that was sold to a local, qualifying family. The marathon home build aims to bring awareness to the affordable housing crisis on Cape Cod.

THANK YOU TO ALL THE BLITZ BUILD PARTICIPANTS

Allura Aluminum Products of Cape Cod

Anderson Framing & Remodeling

Architectural Design Inc./AD Build

Bannon Custom Builders

Bellew Tile and Marble Company

Blueboard Specialists Plastering Company

Blu’s Shower Door C.H. Newton Builders, Inc.

Cape Associates, Inc. Cape Cod 5

Cape Cod Insulation Cape Cod Panel

Cape Dreams Building & Design, LLC

Cavossa Disposal

Certain Teed CHAMP Homes

Coastal Mechanical

Coca Cola Bottling Company

Crane Appliance

D.P. Fuccillo Concerete Specialitsts

Eastern Bank EJ Jaxtimer

F.W. Webb Company

Falmouth Lumber

First Citizens Credit Union

Fraser Construction Co, Inc. Griffin Plastering

Habitat for Humanity of Cape Cod Volunteers

Harwich Port Heating & Cooling, LLC

Hatchville Baking Co

Home Energy Raters LLC

Hutker Architects

Jason Goldstein, Photographer

John Noonan Electric, Inc.

Joyce Landscaping

KAM Appliances

Lineal Architects + Builders

M. Duffany Builders

Mac Davis Flooring

Mannington Mills, Inc.

Martha’s Vineyard Savings Bank

Mathews Brothers Windows and Doors

Metrie

Meyer + Sons

Mid Cape ML Riley Construction Inc.

Monomoy Home Services

My Generation Energy

New England Aire Barriers

Outerland

Paul J. Cazeault & Sons, Inc.

Premium Plywood + Specialties

Rick Harris, Photographer

Rick Roy Construction, LLC

SBS OneSource

Shepley Wood Products

Sherwin-Williams simpleHome

SiteOne Landscape Supply

Snow & Jones

Starbuck Construction

Stonewood Products

The Cooperative Bank of Cape Cod Timber Trading Group (SILK)

TrimBoard TrussCo

Unilock

US Lumber Vollmer Construction Whirlpool

White Wood Kitchens

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The renovation took nearly 16 months, but the owners are thrilled with the result—an antique house, owned by generations of Nyes, made for contemporary living.

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Builder: Tom Turcketta Inc. Building and Remodeling 508-385-3672 tomturcketta.com

The unassuming three-quarter Cape located in the historic Spring Hill area of East Sandwich has a significant pedigree.

The house was originally sited next door on the first land grant to Benjamin Nye, one of the founding fathers of Sandwich (1637). It was extensively remodeled in 1761 while owned by Joseph Nye, a direct descendant. It is one of many Nye houses within the Spring Hill Historic District, clustered around the small triangle formed by Route 6A and Spring Hill and Nye roads.

In 1837, the land and the 1761 house were divided into two parts. Joseph Jr. (1771–1846) moved the Cape to 10 Spring Hill Road, updating the interior and adding a kitchen ell, which included an interior well. When the railroad came through the back of the property in 1854, locals

At top: The three-quarter Cape at Nye’s Crossing was one of several houses built by the Nye family within the Spring Hill Historic District. The house was originally part of a Colonial located on an adjacent lot. Above left: A new granite stone wall was built by Joel Wisentaner of Elemental Stone Design in Onset. The early 1700s woodshed, at right, is thought by local historian John Cullity to be the oldest woodshed in Sandwich.

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named the spot Nye’s Crossing. The tremors from the passing trains are still felt throughout the old house.

The house continued to be owned by generations of Nyes until 1937, when Aimee Lee Sears (niece of Martha Nye) bequeathed it to her friend, Fonnie Davis.

In 1947, renowned botanists and cranberry growers Drs. Chester and Shirley Cross purchased the house from Davis. The Crosses added trees and shrubs outdoors, and in the 1960s converted a coal shed into a “modern” kitchen as well as adding a brick-floored bedroom and a bathroom, with the bricks scavenged around Sandwich by their third son, Tim, then 10 years old.

CHILDHOOD MEMORIES

Tim has fond memories of growing up in the old Cape house, roaming the surrounding woods and marshes of East Sandwich, swimming in the mill pond, and gaining a deep appreciation for its nature and history. As an adult, he returned many summers to visit, eventually accompanied by his wife, Susan, and their children.

“It’s been my dream to live here,” says Tim. “I have so many wonderful memories of this neighborhood.”

Inheriting the house in 2008, and after more than 30 years

in Tallahassee, Fla., Tim, a chemistry professor, and Susan, a pediatrician, decided to make that dream come true and began planning to retire to the house at Nye’s Crossing. Overall, the house was unsuitable for modern life. The kitchen was cramped and dark; there was no bathroom on the second floor and no laundry facilities; and storage was lacking. All the major systems needed replacement including the 1920s wiring, 1940s central heating and plumbing. Air-conditioning was needed to combat the pervasive dampness. Also needed was lead paint abatement, and the refinishing of flooring, walls and trim.

A FAMILY AFFAIR

Daughter Lydia and son-in-law Justin Nicholson were recruited to contribute as the number of decisions to be made was overwhelming. Each of the four had very particular ideas about the décor and how rooms should be altered, if at all, and the debates were intense, Susan recalled. Livability for a 21stcentury family, while retaining as much of the historic fabric as practical, was the goal.

The Crosses hired Tom Turcketta Inc., which specializes in building, restoration and preservation of historic homes on Cape Cod.

“Tom’s and [project manager] Jim [Craig]’s expertise and

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A downstairs guest room with a loft above was added to the original house in the 1950s. When he was 10 years old, homeowner Tim Cross scavenged the bricks used for the floor.

practical design sense were just what we needed,” says Susan.

The 19th-century house was built in the era that Turcketta prefers, and the Crosses were ideal clients.

“I don’t like to take on projects that don’t keep the antique style of the house, and I look for people who really like an antique,” says Turcketta.

The house had to be emptied before any renovation could begin. Over six weeks, Susan and Tim quickly realized the house had never been cleaned out since 1837, uncovering a treasure trove of period clothing and other items, much of which they donated to local historical associations. The best one was a stocking, knitted and monogrammed by Lucy Hedges Howes Nye (1817–1901), which went to the Nye Family Association.

DISCOVERING TREASURE

In the dirt pile from digging out the new basement they found an exquisite, albeit chipped and broken Sandwich glass knob. Susan theorized it could have been made by Joseph Nye, whose occupation was listed as a “glasscutter” in the late 19th century. The knob served as an inspiration piece for the bathroom vanity knobs, sourced from a South Carolina company specializing in reproduction hardware.

Turcketta’s work included tearing down the old coal-shed kitchen, digging a basement and installing a larger kitchen; lead abatement; replacing all rotten sills, wiring, plumbing, outer doors and storm windows; then stripping, painting and reglazing the old windows, being careful with the old glass; and adding air-conditioning and a new roof on the bow-roofed

structure. Walls and trim were refreshed with new paint. The old floors remained but were refinished. The walls, floors, ceilings and trim were left largely intact. Custom cabinetry was added in the kitchen, bathrooms and laundry. The restorationrenovation is a nearly seamless blend of old and new.

“The [Turcketta Inc.] craftsmanship was simply amazing,” says Susan.

Downstairs, the old bathrooms were rearranged, expanded and modernized with new fixtures, with one including laundry facilities. A stairwell to the basement and attic was removed to increase the space in the 1837 kitchen to accommodate dining. A second-floor bedroom was sacrificed to create a bathroom with clever pullout drawers

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Upstairs, a small bedroom was turned into a bathroom with custom-fitted drawers and a storage closet under the eaves. New bathrooms with custom cabinetry by Tom Turcketta and team were part of the updating. Homeowner Susan Cross chose the glass knobs to add a pop of color.

The Master of His Craft

Tom Turcketta has built a name for himself in high-quality restoration and preservation of old and historic homes across Cape Cod.

How did you get into the building business?

I grew up in Lynn, in a family of carpenters, and I don’t recall ever seriously wanting to do anything else. My first job at the age of 15 was as a carpenter’s helper and laborer on what was known then as the poor farm in Lynn. I entered the Army at 17 and worked as the company carpenter. When I came home, I helped my older brother, building additions and second levels, doing kitchens and fire jobs (when buildings burn but can be fixed or renovated) in Lynnfield. I was drawn to the details and finer aspects of the work. I also had a fascination with hand tools and antique homes, made by hand, before there was machinery.

How did you hone your carpentry skills?

In 1975, I started attending the North Bennet Street Industrial

School in Boston, while continuing to work. I took an advanced course in carpentry and transferred into the cabinet and furniture making course, where I learned how to fine tune my skills. I learned how to sharpen, use and develop a respect for my tools—they are an extension of my hands. I learned how to draw my projects out and think them through.

When did you start your own business?

I started working for myself in the 1970s. My name spread quickly. I established a small business by 1980 working on antique homes on the North Shore with a crew of five to six employees. Most of my work was centered around the Marblehead area. In 1997, my wife and I moved to Cape Cod, and I established myself here. I started building custom kitchens and cabinetry here to get my name out there. I also

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Tom Turcketta, who started working in the building trade as a teenager, has always been fascinated with hand tools and antique homes.

subcontracted work from builders working on antique house projects for them. They hired me based on my knowledge of antique houses and the fact that I was detail oriented. Once my name got out there, I became very busy again.

What is your specialty?

Building restoration and preservation of old and historic homes on Cape Cod. I prefer historic restoration. I like to work with people who really like antique homes and who want to keep the antique style of the house. I’ve probably worked on 200 in my career so far, but I’ve never counted them!

What fascinates you about historic homes?

I love 18th-century houses—the older the better, when a lot of the work was being done, until 1850, by hand. I love the feel of an old house and I love learning about its history, preserving the style of the house and its details. There are lots of challenges involved, and I enjoy that aspect. My favorite architectural era is Greek Revival, partly because it’s one of the first truly American architectural styles.

Do you collect old woodworking tools?

I have an extensive collection of 18th-century wood planes. They

can also serve as models for my work, when I need to reproduce antique molding, for example. Because they are some of the earliest signed American artifacts, I have a copy made of the planer needed to reproduce the result I’m looking for.

What advice would you give to a prospective buyer of an antique home?

Do the research before you buy. Contact a restoration expert to look at the house; we often will find things a regular building inspector would not because we have experience working on these older structures. Homeowners also are not often aware of the costs involved with an older home. Also I would advise them to hire a contractor with extensive experience on antique houses. An experienced contractor can help a homeowner to make better, informed decisions based in reality!

Do you live in an historic house?

We don’t, but I’ve added several additions and did a complete and extensive interior renovation to look like one. I gutted the house to the frame and updated all of the mechanicals, insulated it, milled all of the interior trim, and made all of the custom cabinetry throughout the house.

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Tom Turcketta at home in Brewster in the barn that serves as his workshop.

and cupboards built into the upstairs eaves. Under the slanted roofline, a home office at one end and a sewing room at the other end of the master bedroom were created. Every nook and cranny was turned into useful space with custom cabinetry. The house now has four bedrooms, three baths, a laundry room and a 21stcentury kitchen.

A DREAM RENOVATION TEAM

While Turcketta was in charge of the long restoration and renovation project, the Crosses had a lot of input into the project as the months went by, receiving frequent progress photos, emails and texts from the team. They visited from Florida several times, camping on site in the summer, and using the time to rebuild and paint the long picket fence and gates, and to start trimming the overgrown trees and shrubs on the property. After construction was complete, Tim built winding brick paths around the house, replaced the arbor and replanted grapevines in the same spot where the grape arbor had been, shading the old and new kitchens from the southwesterly sun.

Right: The downstairs guest bathroom sports an artful use of mixed tiles. Below: A steep staircase leads to the second floor.

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The spacious kitchen is anchored by a center island with concealed USB ports and a glass-door cabinet that protects cookbooks from dust. The Crosses built the counter stools from Shaker Workshop kits.

The new kitchen is a large, open space, designed with the help of Lydia and Justin. It is organized with “stations” for coffee and drinks, baking, food prep and washing up. Visually, it is anchored by a huge center island that has room for four woven-seat, Shaker Workshops counter stools made from kits, with concealed USB ports conveniently placed and a glassdoored cabinet that protects cookbooks from dust and kitchen grime. The ceiling is open to the rafters, and handsome locally made copper pendants provide lighting.

STAYING TRUE TO HISTORIC PALETTE

The custom cabinets, designed and made by Turcketta’s team, are two-toned, with paint colors from Benjamin Moore’s historic palette: the lowers are Essex Green, the uppers, a white called Cotton Balls, with concealed hinges and wrought-iron handles. The chef’s range has a pot-filler faucet mounted behind it. The kitchen used to have a hand pump for water, connected to the old interior well, and Tim insisted on keeping the old fixture as a nod to the house’s history. After wire brushing and repainting, it was mounted next to a modern faucet on the island.

The long renovation took nearly 16 months, but the Crosses and Nicholsons are thrilled with the result: an antique house made for contemporary living.

“We meshed Colonial and Victorian elements; the house has been eclectic from the start, and we like it that way,” said Susan. “Tim’s mother had told us, ‘There are enough museums in Sandwich, this place should stay as a family home.’ It’s been quite the journey, but I think we have achieved that.”

The homeowners kept the kitchen’s old hand pump for water, connected to the old interior well, and had it mounted next to a modern faucet on the island.

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Homecoming for Jimmy Bellew

former Green Beret, owner of Bellew Tile & Marble in West Yarmouth, draws upon family experience and leadership lessons from serving in Iraq and Afghanistan.

After serving in the military from 2008 to 2015 and settling into a post-service job, Jimmy Bellew was enjoying life in Kentucky with his wife and daughter. But the pull of home can be strong, and that’s why he opened Bellew Tile & Marble in West Yarmouth in 2018.

The storefront, which he said carries the largest selection of porcelain, stone and glass tile on Cape Cod, is the second for the Bellew family, after decades of operating in Rockland.

“There are a lot of tile stores. People have a lot of options and a lot of good options,” says Bellew. “The only way we can really separate ourselves is through our service. We focus on customer experience from the first time they step in the showroom until the last tile is grouted. Probably 85 percent of the people who walk in the door either worked with us or their neighbor worked with

After working in the family business, Jimmy Bellew joined the Army and served in Iran and Afghanistan before coming to Cape Cod to open a Bellew tile store in West Yarmouth.

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us or their builder worked with us and had good experiences. That’s going to keep us going and growing.”

Bellew Tile & Marble also draws upon long-term family experience. Jimmy’s grandfather was a tile installer, and his parents’ 29 grandchildren seem likely to make it a fourth generation in the tile business eventually.

“My dad was a tile installer with eight kids, and about 30 years ago, he saw a need for a tile store,” says Bellew. “He took a big chance and things just kind of rolled from there to the point where they have 20-plus employees. My mom is still very involved. My brother Joe, my brother Steven, and

my sister Rebecca work there as well.”

You might think that the father, the late Tom Bellew, would have put some of his children to work in his showroom during summer vacations, but that’s not the case.

“All through high school and college, my dad wouldn’t let us work for him,” says Bellew, 40. “He made us work for tile installers. Just in case we ever came into the family business someday, we’d know the installation side of the business. All through high school and college, I worked on job sites for other local tile installers.”

After graduating in 2005 from Liberty University in

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The expansive showroom at Bellew Tile & Marble features the largest selection of porcelain, marble and glass tile on Cape Cod. Choosing tile can be an overwhelming experience, and Bellew Tile prides itself on its customer service to make that process easier.

Virginia with a double major in business management and sport management, Jimmy worked for Bellew Tile, including stints in the warehouse and showroom, for a few years and then left to join the military.

“My entire life, I wanted to join the Army. It’s just something that I always had in my heart,” says Bellew. “I joined the service in 2008 and served for about seven years. When I got out, I went to work for General Electric Aviation in Kentucky, but I kept getting pressure from my brother Joe, in particular, to move up this way and open a second store.

“I resisted it for quite a while, because I had a good

thing going down there. We flew up about four and a half years ago, looked at this property we’re in right now, made an offer and the rest is history.”

Changes and consistency

Some things have changed in the tile business, he says. “My grandpa would go to someone’s house with a briefcase and show them a few four-by-four tiles and ask, ‘Do you want the speckled pink or the solid pepper or the white?’

“Now when some people come in, it’s an overwhelming experience. They haven’t picked out tile in 20 years, or

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maybe it’s a young couple and they’ve never selected tile.

“We walk them through the process. It’s a noncommission environment. We’re big on people taking samples home and coming in as many times as they want or need to. You should spend the time because you don’t want to be replacing your tile every five to 10 years.”

Some things in the business barely change. “People like stone looks, and subway tile isn’t going anywhere,” he says.

One trend he’s seen is a small movement toward larger tiles. “Even just four years ago, when we opened this location, a lot of installers and builders would think a 24inch by 48-inch tile was absolutely crazy, and we thought the same thing. But people see the European trends on Pinterest, and now people are coming in and asking for it.

“Four years ago, it was almost all gray tones. Now we’re seeing some of that warmth come back in with beiges and warmer grays.”

Leadership lessons

At the end of his time in the Army, Bellew was assigned to the 5th Special Forces Group (where his father had served during the Vietnam War), as a Green Beret and member of

a HALO team. His service included deployments in Iraq and Afghanistan.

Bellew’s time in the military gave him a chance to learn leadership skills through observation and practice. Those skills are useful in his new line of work.

“I’ve got to preface it with the fact that I’ve got still a lot to learn, but I was around some incredible leaders,” he says. “I saw that leadership is not just visibility, but creating a team environment where we’re all working together. I’m not behind a closed door somewhere. The biggest thing for me is treating people the way that I want to be treated.”

He also gained valuable life lessons playing hockey in high school and college.

“I wasn’t the best player on the team by any means,” says Bellew. “I had to figure out where I fit in, knowing what my strengths are and what aren’t my strengths, and feeling OK about relying on other people.

“Coming into this business, I wanted to micromanage everything the first six or 12 months, but I think I’ve gotten slowly better at letting go of certain things. I have some incredible employees here, and many of them are better than

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A stunning full bathroom with a coastal vibe evokes colors of sand, sea and sky and shows the current trend of mixing different types of tile within a space. Note the shower tile that replicates a wave pattern. Bathrooms designed by Washashore Home.

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me at certain things. Even if they’re not, I have to let them struggle and learn sometimes, because they’re not going to get to the next level otherwise. If I have people in place that I can rely on, that frees me up to do some of the more important things that maybe are my strengths.”

Family time

Bellew’s family now includes two daughters and a son, ranging from 6 to 10 in age. They live in East Sandwich, but frequently get back to Hingham, where he was raised, for large family gatherings.

“We still have such a close-knit family,” says Bellew. “We all go camping together every year at a big bluegrass festival in August—45 people and it’s just our immediate family.

“It’s really neat that we can all do that, because you hear horror stories about family businesses. That was one of the things coming back in that made me nervous, but I knew that they had done it for so many years.

“It’s definitely been a blessing coming back. My dad was here just about every day before we opened, and he and my uncle helped me hang the flat wall and pour the floor. I’m on the phone with the Rockland store throughout the day. It’s great interacting with them daily.”

The staff at the Rockland store was a key resource in helping Bellew get the West Yarmouth location up and running, he said. “They still help us out and we try to help them out, but we have our own team here now.”

IN MEMORY

Jimmy’s father, Tom Bellew, died unexpectedly on Aug. 19, 2022. He founded Bellew Tile & Marble in Rockland and his wife, Maggie, and several children continue to work in the business today. He was beloved by his eight children and 29 grandchildren.

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After three years of renovations, a family can finally kick up their feet and relax in their dream summer home in Dennis.

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Pays Off

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The Cogswell house was transformed from three buildings with different architectural styles into a more cohesive design and refreshed landscaping. A front patio in the center was among the thoughtful additions.

The rambling Dennis Village house was an eyesore on a street lined with impeccably restored antique and well-maintained newer homes. The exterior was a mishmash of architectural styles; the original 1825 farmhouse had been expanded over the years with two additions that didn’t align with the historic architecture. Inside, rooms lacked the flow that contemporary homeowners seek and needed updating in general. However, its potential for use as a summer house somehow resonated with the Cogswell family, who bought the property in 2018.

Today, the stunning home is as beautiful outside as it is inside, thanks to the vision of homeowners Anne and John Cogswell and the creative execution by the design-build team from McPhee Associates of Cape Cod. The project took three years to complete, hampered by the constraints of the pandemic.

The house was designed to be a summer home for the

Cogswells, who live in Worcester, and their family, which includes two married sons and five grandchildren.

“We wanted to do this in phases, as John hadn’t retired yet,” explains Anne.

“We were shooting for something like this, for the whole family to come down,” says John about their attraction to the property.

There was a lot of back and forth between the owners and McPhee throughout the process—the Cogswells receiving photo updates along the way and visiting the site during the process. The couple worked closely with architectural designer Kendra Seifert and project manager Wyman Brooks, Jr.

“Working directly with Anne and John was a lot of fun,” says Brooks. “They were most accommodating in helping us resolve inevitable issues that arose throughout the project. It is an atypical situation that can often create more problems than

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not. In this case, however, we proved to be an outstanding team as evidenced by the extraordinary product that resulted.”

A seamless blend

The main challenge for McPhee was to blend the three separate structures to make the house more appealing from the outside. The plan was to keep the 19th-century farmhouse on the left and the section known as the cottage on the right, with extensive renovations to both, while razing the odd-looking midsection, known as the barn.

“Also complicating the build, needless to say, was dealing with the pandemic amidst it all,” says Brooks. “We lost windows of time with miscellaneous crews having to pause here and there. Supply chain issues also haunted us a little bit. We learned quickly it was necessary to continue to push forward even if out of sequence to make the best of a

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situation that was certainly less than ideal.”

The yard, which had been choked with plantings, was refreshed by McNamara Bros., who created a timeless, subtle palette with evergreens, grasses and flowering perennials, such as butterfly bush and hydrangea, and installed a lawn that wraps about the property.

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New, energy-efficient windows mimic the original 19th-century windows in the oldest part of the Cogswell house. Below, a pair of comfy chairs near the built-in cooking station creates a warm and inviting atmosphere on the outside patio.

History meets modern living

The historic farmhouse now contains a new custom kitchen anchored by a large island. Lower cabinets have floating shelves above, creating even more openness. The space also includes a beverage bar and dining area, a laundry room, guest bedroom, and an en suite bedroom with a fireplace. The second floor has two bedrooms, including a unique bunk room with four, queen-sized bunk beds (with childfriendly steps between them) to accommodate the grandkids. Black-framed double-hung windows replicate the historic architecture, yet are modern and energy efficient.

The former barn holds a large, beamed family room with a stone fireplace that opens to an expansive bluestone patio that is the epitome of outdoor living with a built-in grill, a fire pit, plenty of seating and a covered porch with heaters. Stone walls lend privacy to the patio.

“Some of the more substantial challenges at this project were simply the very unique nature of the structure,” says Brooks, “and we had to think and design on the fly at times in order to best accomplish the desired look and outcome the Cogswells wished for. Trying to marry both sides seamlessly proved ultimately to be an extremely satisfying accomplishment.”

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Above, the open-plan kitchen with two-toned cabinetry, floating shelves and a center island is a home chef’s dream. Below: the main entrance to the family room looking into the primary bedroom suite. Anne Cogswell gathered home décor from a variety of resources to decorate their expansive summer home.

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Upstairs, the “bunk house” features four queen-sized bunk beds to accommodate visiting grandchildren. The stained-glass fish on the bunkhouse beds were made from remnant glass pieces stained by glass artisan Patrick Todoroff of Glass Graphics Studio in Hyannis. Below: the first-floor en suite bathroom features repurposed beams. Opposite page: Wood from the original house was repurposed into an artful display wall.

The Cogswells’ primary bedroom suite in the cottage includes a kitchenette, laundry room, lavish bathroom and a loft office space for John.

The interiors flow seamlessly together with wideplank oak floors that have radiant heat beneath and handsome black interior doors (sourced from an Oregon manufacturer) throughout. The doors have wrought-iron hinges and strapping, one of many nods to the home’s farmhouse architecture, along with sliding barn doors separating the family room from kitchen and the kitchen from the guest room.

Renovate and repurpose

The Cogswells were also respectful of the historic nature of their property, salvaging elements when able from the renovation and repurposing them into the new design. Wood from the old barn was used to create an artful feature wall in the kitchen dining area and for new fireplace mantels. An old transom window from the 1825 side is displayed above the barn door in the family room, and some old beams were utilized in the kitchen and two of the bathrooms.

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“We were able to use a couple of the original exterior door steps with the boot cleaners still in them on two doors going outside,” says Anne, who served as the interior decorator.

“I wanted people to come in here and feel at home,” she says. “Everything I chose was very mindful.”

Her very personalized and eclectic décor flows together into welcoming spaces, where anyone stepping into this house could envision themselves living here. While the couple’s daughtersin-law were invited to design their guest rooms, their choices mesh with Anne’s design sensibilities.

Wallpaper makes a statement

Each space is unique. Anne is a big fan of wallpaper and used it carefully throughout the house, such as in the family room, where she chose a playful beige-and-white pattern of cottages, and in a hallway, where a blue grasscloth gives an upscale touch and pop of color. A photo she took of Ryder’s Cove in Chatham was made into wallpaper that runs up the stairwell in the farmhouse. She had the finish carpenter apply a shou sugi ban finish on a custom bathroom vanity. (Originating in 18th-century Japan, shou sugi ban is a method of preserving wood by charring it with fire then coating it with natural oil, resulting in a scorched finish with a crackled look.) The technique was also used to bring character to the wide pine floors in the bunk room.

Thoughtful details give a custom flair to the Cogswell house, such as this cottage wallpaper in the family room. Below: the bedroom in the primary suite with fireplace.

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The Cogswells reused parts of the old house throughout, including this transom window mounted above a modern sliding barn door separating the kitchen and original farmhouse from the central family room.

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Anne sourced furniture and accents from various places (Etsy and HomeGoods, in addition to higher-end retail shops) to achieve just the right touch for a particular room. Each room is personalized with one-of-kind accents, such as a stained-glass mermaid window in the primary bedroom suite; mermaid tails that add a touch of whimsy to the banister leading up to John’s office; turquoise glass knobs that give a pop of color to white cabinets in the primary bedroom’s kitchenette; and the vintage cutlery that form fanciful pendants over the kitchen island.

“I’ve been building for more than 35 years. This project, this home, may be my favorite of all time,” says Brooks.

After three years of reimagining and rebuilding this home, the Cogswells said their dreams have come true.

“Yes, of course, there were obstacles in many different forms to overcome, but on this project we worked closely with McPhee, their subs and our own,” says Anne. “We feel it was such a positive process and everyone was always extremely professional and respectful. We were very fortunate to have worked with all of them!”

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Home Builders Remodelers Association of Cape Cod The mermaid stained-glass window was made by glass artisan Patrick Todoroff. Below: the kitchenette in the primary suite.
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Playful, Modern Farmhouse Vibe

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For builder Peter Vollmer and his wife, Laura, it was a dream come true to build their own custom house in Peter’s hometown of Cotuit.

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Builder: Vollmer & Son Construction, Inc. Cotuit, 508-776-2058 vollmerandson.com

Everything about Peter and Laura Vollmer’s charming farmhouse-style home in Cotuit connects to their family and their work. As president of the building company Vollmer & Son Construction, Inc., Peter has been taking over more of the day-to-day operations from his father with whom he has been working for decades. Meanwhile, he and Laura have grown their own family to include two daughters, two-yearold Allie and five-year-old Piper.

These two focuses led the couple to find some land to build on in Peter’s hometown of Cotuit, and as it turned out, they ended up living quite near to both their families. “The original landowner put three lots up for sale all at the same time,” says Laura. “Peter’s parents bought a lot right behind our current house to build their new home, while our lot actually sat on the market for a bit before we eventually purchased it.” She adds that her own father and stepmom also recently bought a summer home just down the street from them. “Peter is actually renovating it as we speak,” she says. “Everybody is close by, which is so nice to have, especially for our kids.”

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The Vollmers’ contemporary farmhouse-style home features a classic white and black exterior. Dark cabinetry in the mudroom gives an attractive richness to a utilitarian space.

Above: Using natural wood throughout the house was a design priority for the Vollmers. “We love the rich look of real wood, whether it be stained or true mahogany,” says Laura Vollmer.

At right: One aspect the couple agreed on was to include wood accents in every part of their home, such as this contemporary take on a sliding farmhouse door.

It had been Peter’s dream for some time to build his own house, and while the couple appreciates the seaside style of many of his residential projects, they wanted to explore something a bit different for their home. “We are both Cape Cod kids who grew up here, so we do love coastal-décor design, but we just wanted to play around with a modern farmhouse vibe,” says Laura. “This was several years ago before that look really exploded on the scene. We’re kind of nestled in the woods, so our land already had that rural, backroads feel, even with Shoestring Bay right down the street.”

Classic black and white sets the tone

To fulfill their vision of a contemporary farmhouse, they began with the concept of a two-story, white-fronted house with black garage doors and window trim. “I just knew I wanted that white and black,” says Laura. “You can’t get any more classic than that. I really feel like it set the tone for the whole house.”

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She says that she and Peter were on the same page about everything during the design process, which made it a lot of fun. One aspect they agreed on right away was to include wood accents in every part of their house. “We love the rich look of real wood, whether it be stained or true mahogany, and with Peter being in the business that he’s in, and having worked extensively with wood, it’s definitely an element that we wanted to highlight.” Laura’s father was a custom cabinetmaker, so she “literally grew up in a wood shop,” and she feels you can never go wrong with natural wood.

Their choices reflect an intriguing blend of the traditional and the imaginative. The ceilings on the farmer’s porch are mahogany planks rather than the conventional white or blue painted boarding. “We left its natural color and just put a clear

stain on it so that it would offer a fairly neutral palette that felt timeless,” says Laura. Throughout the house, they followed this neutral color scheme on the floors, allowing themselves to experiment with brighter colors for trim, cabinetry and décor.

A touch of playfulness

“We definitely had fun with tile and fixtures,” says Laura. The common areas have more muted selections of deep grays, ebonies and whites, while the children’s sea-creature-themed bathroom is a stunning pop of color and pattern. “Our cabinetmaker called and said, ‘Are you sure you meant to pick fiesta orange for the vanity?’ And we were like, ‘Well, we think we’re sure!’” she laughs. “Now that it’s there, it’s just so awesome, and we’re so glad we chose it.”

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From the bright and welcoming kitchen, the family’s chocolate lab, Kona, gazes out to the wooded setting of the Vollmer’s Cotuit farmhouse.

The Vollmers experimented with interesting patterns in tile and fixtures in the kitchen to complement the neutral tones of the floors and walls.

Below, a charcoalcolored fireplace pops against the white wood walls of the living room.

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Despite the challenge of leveling the lot—“We had to bring in thousands of yards of fill!”—Laura says the build overall was a very smooth process. It helped that Peter has 20 years of construction experience and could use all his trusted subcontractors. He also closely collaborated with their architect at Eckstrom Home Designs. “We had a really strong idea of what we wanted going in, and with each of them having a sort of younger, innovative mindset, were we able to do things a little differently.”

As the builder, Peter was also able to make changes in real time. “We had a set of architectural plans that match very closely to what is built, but there were things we wanted to alter as we went along,” says Laura. “We flipped around our entire main bedroom because Peter could do it without any back and forth with the architect.”

Ultimately, their three-bedroom, three-bathroom home came in at around 2,800 square feet, and she and Peter have allowed a few of his customers to walk through. Laura says she has noticed that several of them have incorporated some of the elements into their own custom-built Vollmer houses. She compliments her husband’s design aesthetic, as well as his construction expertise. “He is very good at visualizing things and has a great eye,” she says. “His clients really appreciate that kind of input from him during the planning and building process.”

Most important, the family absolutely loves living in their new home. “We are going on our fourth summer in the house,” says Laura, and we are just over the moon about it.” It was a combined labor of love and vocation, and their Cotuit Farmhouse has become their dream home come true.

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At left, deep blue horizontal wall boards in the primary bedroom add depth to the color scheme but stay true to the Vollmers’ vision of wood throughout their home.

A vanity in fiesta orange and vibrant jellyfish wallpaper, designed by Kate Rhees for Spoonflower, adorn the children’s bathroom. “We definitely had fun!” says Laura Vollmer.

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2021 Champs – Coastal Construction

8th Annual Bowling Tournament

Thursday, October 20, 2022 5 9 p.m.

The Lanes Bowl & Bistro 9 Green Street, Mashpee

Have a ball and raise money at the annual fundraiser, which benefits the Housing Assistance Corporation and its fight against homelessness.

Bowling tournament includes first, second and third place trophies as well as bragging rights. Raffle prizes awarded throughout the evening. Sponsor a team or become a lane or tournament sponsor. This event is a perennial favorite!

Monthly Dinner Meeting

October 11, 2022 5 8 p.m.

New Member Orientation, 4 5 p.m.

Learn what’s happening in the association, meet fellow members and receive relevant information from speakers and panel members.

The Doubletree by Hilton 287 Iyannough Road, Hyannis

Annual Meeting & Holiday Celebration

Tuesday, December 13, 2022 5 8 p.m.

The Coonamessett Inn 311 Gifford St., Falmouth

Join us as we celebrate the association’s accomplishments of the past year and honor members and volunteers.

For more information & event registration, visit capecodbuilders.org

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Thursday, November 10, 2022

The Cape Cod Construction Summit (CCCS) is a one-day event offering Construction Supervisor License Continuing Education credits to builders, remodelers, architects and landscape professionals. Vendors, partners and presenters will be on-site throughout the day to share great products, discounts and rebates offered exclusively to members of Home Builders & Remodelers Association of Cape Cod.

Learn about the latest in local building industry news, meet your legislators, get some great offers and network with professionals in the Cape Cod building community. This full-day event includes breakfast, lunch and a cocktail reception.

CCCS will provide the tools you need to succeed!

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The Home Builders & Remodelers Association of Cape Cod (HB&RACC) is affiliated with the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB) and the Home Builders & Remodelers Association of Massachusetts (HBRAMA).

Members adhere to a strong professional code of ethics ensuring that consumers receive the highest quality of service.

We support homeownership on Cape Cod and our individual members through legislative, educational, promotional and civic efforts.

Advocacy Education

THREE-IN-ONE MEMBERSHIP

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VOICE FOR THE INDUSTRY

Advocating for housing and development issues. We keep you informed on legislative and regulatory issues that affect the building trades.

PROFESSIONAL GROWTH

Join a committee or council. Help guide the future of home building and development on the Cape & Islands.

NEWS AND INFORMATION

Economic and forecasting information, legal assistance and consultation.

PUBLICATIONS

Complimentary subscriptions to Builder Magazine, Nation’s Building News Online and At Home on Cape Cod

CONTINUING EDUCATION CREDITS

We offer approved courses to renew your Construction Supervisor License and stay atop code review, workplace, lead safety, energy and other issues.

CERTIFICATION PROGRAMS

We provide programs to earn Certified Master Builder, Graduate Master Remodeler, Certified Green Professional, Certified Aging in Place Specialist and other designations.

WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT

We identify the next generation of workforce in the trades for our members and match talent with your business needs through our apprenticeship program.

Networking, Savings, Community

GIVING BACK TO THE COMMUNITY

The association is involved in numerous community groups.

MEMBER DISCOUNT PROGRAMS

Member-only discounts provide savings on travel, financial services, automobiles and more.

BUILDING RELATIONSHIPS

We provide countless ways to network and build relationships.

PROFESSIONAL RECOGNITION

Our local building industry awards competition distinguishes awardwinning members of the industry.

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Gary Logie 724 Main St, Unit F Hyannis, MA 02601 508-771-0329 logiecpa.com

ALARMS & SECURITY

Alarm New England Chris Connors 1270 Route 28A Cataumet, MA 02534 774-208-1956 alarmnewengland.com

APPLIANCES

Crane Appliance Robert Crane 249 Teaticket Hwy East Falmouth, MA 02536 774-836-0864 craneappliance.com

KAM Appliances

Kevin Gralton 6 Aggregate Way Hyannis, MA 02601 508-771-2221 kamonline.com

Monogram Appliance Heather Guerriero Dans 151 Cohassett Avenue Marshfield, MA 02050 781-206-9334 monogram.com

Yale Appliance Beth Sullivan 548 Washington Street Hanover, MA 02339 617-979-6084 yaleappliance.com

ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN & BUILD

B ARCHITECTURE STUDIO INC.

Christopher Brown 749 Main Street, Suite I Osterville, MA 02655 774-361-6644 barchstudio.com

Catalyst Architecture / Interiors Inc.

Kurt Raber 203 Willow Street, Suite A Yarmouth Port, MA 02675 508-362-8382 catalystarchitects.com

Cotuit Bay Design, LLC Steven Cook 43 Brewster Rd Mashpee, MA 02649 508-274-1166 cotuitbaydesign.com

D. Michael Collins Architects Michael Collins 1383 Rte 28A Cataumet, MA 02534 508-651-7099 dmcarch.com

GF Architecture, LLC Gerrit Frase 74 Dove Hill Road North Falmouth, MA 02556 774-487-8288 gfarchitecture.com

Hutker Architects Inc. - Falmouth Julie Bangert 533 Palmer Ave Falmouth, MA 02540 508-540-0048 hutkerarchitects.com

INTEGRATA Architecture + Construction LLC Andrew Borgese 419 Palmer Ave, Suite 200 Falmouth, MA 02540 508-495-6575 integrata-ac.com

Jill Neubauer Architects Erinn Boon 15 Depot Avenue Falmouth, MA 02540 508-548-0909 jnarchitects.com

LDa Architecture & Interiors, LLP Kyle Sheffield 919 Main St Osterville, MA 02655 617-621-1455 lda-architects.com

Lineal Architects + Builders Ben LaMora PO Box 1118 Barnstable, MA 02630 508-275-7512 linealinc.com

Muldoon Architects LLC Paul Muldoon 571 MA-28 Harwich Port, MA 02646 774-237-9671 muldoonarch.com

Nicholaeff Architecture & Design Doreve Nicholaeff 891 Main St Osterville, MA 02655 508-420-5298 nicholaeff.com

Patrick Ahearn Architect LLC Patrick Ahearn 160 Commonwealth Ave, Suite L3 Boston, MA 02116 617-266-1710 patrickahearn.com

Polhemus Savery DaSilva Architects Builders Aaron Polhemus 157 Route 137 East Harwich, MA 02645 508-945-4500 psdab.com

Salt Architecture, Inc. Chris Harris 448 North Falmouth Hwy, Unit B North Falmouth, MA 02556 508-560-9903 saltarchitecture.com

SV Design

Leslie Schneeberger, AIA, ASID 693 Main Street Chatham, MA 02633 508-348-5485 svdesign.com

ATTORNEY

Pierce Law, P.C. Michael Pierce 1170 Main Street, #8 West Barnstable, MA 02668 508-386-9777 mdpiercelaw.com

AUDIO/VIDEO/HOME THEATER & TECHNOLOGY

Advanced Communication Technologies, Inc.

Paul Diggin

77 Accord Park Dr, Unit B10 Norwell, MA 02061 781-741-5959 actces.com

Nantucket Sound

Sanjay Mathew 491 Iyannough Rd Airport Rotary Hyannis, MA 02601 508-771-4434 nantucketsound.com

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Ron Snell Audio Video Ron Snell 27 Pinehurst Drive Bourne, MA 02532 508-989-8112 rsavs.com

simpleHome Greg Brett 383 University Ave Westwood, MA 02090 617-965-4600 avdesigns.com

AUTOS/TRUCKS

Marty’s Chevrolet Kevin Ihlefeld 420 Macarthur Blvd Bourne, MA 02532 508-417-8675 martyschevrolet.com

AWNINGS/CANVAS/CUSHIONS

Ocean Tailors Sandy Blajda 65 Whites Path South Yarmouth, MA 02664 508-255-5666 oceantailors.com

BANKING/LENDING

Cape Cod 5 Terry Walther 19 West Road Orleans, MA 02653 888-225-4636 capecodfive.com

First Citizens’ Federal Credit Union Melanie Gouveia Howell 66 Falmouth Rd Hyannis, MA 02601 508-979-4707 firstcitizens.org

Rockland Trust Company John Cotton 765 Main St Hyannis, MA 02601 508-771-5540 rocklandtrust.com

The Cooperative Bank of Cape Cod John Cooke 25 Benjamin Franklin Way Hyannis, MA 02601 508-568-3400 mycapecodbank.com

BUILDING MATERIALS

SUPPLIER

Aluminum Products Of Cape Cod Matthew Hunter 476 Main Street Dennisport, MA 02639 508-398-8546 apofcc.com

AZEK Building Products Marc Merusi 26 Francis St Fairhaven, MA 02719 508-686-0327 azek.com

Beach House Shake Aaron Ishman 47 Upton Road Monroe, CT 06468 203-305-4854 beachhouseshake.com

Benjamin Obdyke, Inc Danielle Chin 400 Babylon Rd, Suite A Horsham, PA 19044 800-523-5261 benjaminobdyke.com

Boise Cascade Dan Morgado 33 Fowler St Ext Westfield, MA 01085 877-462-6473 bc.com

Botello Home Center Stephen Botello 26 Bowdoin Road / Route 28 Mashpee, MA 02649 508-477-3132 botellolumber.com

Brockway Smith Co George Green 35 Upton Dr Wilmington, MA 01887 978-475-7100 brosco.com

Cape Cod Brass & Security Hardware, Inc. Alan Goode 1180 Route 28 #28 South Yarmouth, MA 02664 508-394-2300 capecodbrass.com

Chestnut Specialists, Inc. Dave Wasley PO Box 304 Plymouth, CT 06782 860-283-4209 chestnutspec.com

Drywall Masonry Supply Kristen Cronan 277 Whites Path South Yarmouth, MA 02664 508-398-4100 drywallmasonrysupplies.com

Falmouth Lumber Company Scott Augusta 670 Teaticket Highway East Falmouth, MA 02536 508-548-6868 falmouthlumber.com

Gulfeagle Supply

Mike Richards 181 Queen Anne Road Harwich, MA 02645 508-432-4200 gulfeaglesupply.com

Holt & Bugbee Co. Sean Herlihy 1600 Shawsheen St. Tewksbury, MA 01876 800-325-6010 holtandbugbee.com

Huber Engineered Woods Andrew Collins 258 West Road Ashby, MA 01431 978-400-1941 huber.com

James Hardie Building Products Nicholas Gallagher 88 Edwards Street Quincy , MA 02169 617-842-8083 jameshardie.com

LP Building Solutions

Danny Morini 2 McKenzie Lane Foxboro, MA 02035 508-850-6320 lpcorp.com Marvin Alex Barmashi PO Box 473 Centerville, MA 02632 508-221-8579 marvin.com

Mid Cape Home Centers Jack Stevenson 465 Route 134 South Dennis, MA 02660 508-398-6071 midcape.net

MoisturShield Decking Joe Burgoyne 3 Harmon Road Waltham, MA 02452 781-853-1253 moisturesheild.com

National Lumber Kim Pavao 118 Pembroke St, Rte 27 Kingston, MA 02364 781-585-6889 national-lumber.com/ locations/kingston.htm

Parksite

Justin Farnsworth 12 South Main Street East Windsor, CT 06088 603-397-7123 parksite.com

Premium Plywood + Specialties

Michael Whitelaw 700 Bearses Way Hyannis, MA 02601 508-771-7590 premiumply.com

SBS OneSource Christopher Dias 59 Commerce Park Road Brewster, MA 02631 508-896-8866 sbscapecod.com

Shepley Wood Products, Inc. Tony Shepley 216 Thornton Dr Hyannis, MA 02601 508-862-6291 shepleywood.com

The Henry Company Kevin Fitzgerald 3 Harmon Road Waltham, MA 02452 781-316-6975 henry.com

TrimBoard, Inc. Kristin Carey 983 Page Blvd - Suite 2 Springfield, MA 01104 617-947-6828 trimboard.net

U.S. Lumber Garry Prevedini 80 Hampden Rd Mansfield, MA 02048 508-851-3300 uslumber.com

UFP Retail Solutions Matt Chatigny 155 Bay Rd Belchertown, MA 01007 413-217-1156 ufpretailsolutions.com

WindsorONE

Antoinette Birknes 737 South Point Blvd, Suite H Petaluma, CA 94954 888-229-7900 WindsorONE.com

BUILDING/REMODELING/ HOME IMPROVEMENT

A F Hultin & Co Inc Art Hultin PO Box 504 11 Lawrence Way North Truro, MA 02652 508-487-1651 arthultin.com

A&A Building and Remodeling

Artak Sahakyan 2570 Main Street South Chatham, MA 02659 508-348-0065

aabuildingremodeling.com

AD Architects/Build John Ingwerson 62 Route 6A Orleans, MA 02653 508-255-0606 ad-archts.com

Agricola Construction Co., Inc Wendy Agricola 103 Industrial Drive, Unit 1C Mashpee, MA 02649 508-477-6549 agricolaconstruction.com

Anderson Framing & Remodeling

Matthew Anderson 241 Route 6A East Sandwich, MA 02537 508-367-4653 anderson-framing.com

Bannon Custom Builders Paul Bannon 66 Tupper Road Sandwich, MA 02563 508-833-0050

bannonbuilds.com

Barnes Custom Builders Charles Barnes 580B North Falmouth Hwy North Falmouth, MA 02556 508-566-8911 barnescustom.com

Bayside Building, Inc. Brian Dacey P.O. Box 95 Centerville, MA 02632 508-771-1040 baysidebuilding.com

Benger Construction, LLC Framing Contractors Kevin Benger 143 Pond View Dr Brewster, MA 02631 508-385-2858 bengerconstruction.com

Bilek Builders LLC Christopher Bilek 975 Main Street South Harwich, MA 02661 508-945-0018 bilekbuilders.com

Bilodeau Builders Inc. Peter Bilodeau 83 Bunker Hill Rd. Osterville, MA 02655 508-362-0550

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C.H. Newton Builders, Inc.

Ryan Newton 549 West Falmouth Hwy / PO Box 399 West Falmouth, MA 02574 508-548-1353

chnewton.com

Cape Associates, Inc.

Matt Cole 345 Massasoit Rd / PO Box 1858 North Eastham, MA 02651 508-255-1770

capeassociates.com

Cape Cod Panel, LLC

Joel Padova 210 Airport Way Hyannis, MA 02601 508-827-7740 capecodpanel.com

Cape Dreams Building & Design, LLC Paul van Steensel PO Box 402 44 Underpass Road Brewster, MA 02631 508-255-1291 capedreamsbd.com

CapeBuilt Development Rob Brennan

11 Chestnut St, Suite M-304 Amesbury, MA 01913 617-233-4897

heritagesands.com

Capizzi Home Improvement Thomas Capizzi 1645 Newtown Rd Cotuit, MA 02635 508-428-9518 capizzihome.com

Carey Corp John Carey 56 Cook Circle Hyannis, MA 02601 617-921-6161 careypotkin.com

Cataldo Custom Builders Inc. Ralph Cataldo 172 E Falmouth Hwy East Falmouth, MA 02536 508-548-1133 cataldobuilders.com

Catamount Builders

William Haughey 850 Summer St, Suite 208 Boston, MA 01081 617-987-5090

catamountbuilders.com

CJ Riley Builder, Inc Craig Riley 749 Main St. Unit D Osterville, MA 02655 508-428-6376

cjriley.com

Cleary Construction Richard Cleary PO Box 900 Brewster, MA 02631 508-896-5558

clearyconstructioninc.com

Colonial Reproductions, Inc. Norman Rankow 140 Cooke Street Edgartown, MA 02539 508-627-5100 colonial-reproductions.com

Costello Fine Homes Tim Costello 163 Front St Marion, MA 02738 508-748-0055 costellofinehomes.com

Covey Run LLC

Joseph Landers 97 Center Hill Rd Plymouth, MA 02360 603-707-1706

Cregg Sweeney, LLC Artisan Builders

Cregg Sweeney P.O. Box 203 South Orleans, MA 02662 508-221-6975

creggsweeney.com

Custom Crafted Homes Jeff Baroni 900 Rte 134 Ste 30 South Dennis, MA 02660 508-619-3057 customcraftedcc.com

Davenport Building Company Christian Davenport 20 North Main St South Yarmouth, MA 02664 508-398-2293

thedavenportcompanies.com

Deborah Paine Inc. Deborah Paine PO Box 272 Provincetown, MA 02657 508-349-9100 dpicc.com

E B Norris & Son Builders Craig Ashworth 138 Osterville-West Barnstable Rd Osterville, MA 02655 508-428-1165 ebnorris.com

EJ Jaxtimer Builder, Inc. 48 Rosary Lane Hyannis, MA 02601 508-778-4911 jaxtimer.com

Eastward Companies Business Trust Bill Marsh 155 Crowell Road Chatham, MA 02633 508-945-2300 eastwardco.com

Encore Construction Kathy DeMeyer 103 Main Street Dennisport, MA 02639 508-760-6900 encoreco.com

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Falconeiri Construction Inc.

Matthew Falconeiri 45 Industrial Park Road Suite 3 Hingham, MA 02043 508-947-3226

fcinc.com

Fitzgerald Custom Homes Tom Fitzgerald PO Box 805 Harwich, MA 02645 508-240-4951

tjfitz.com

Fraser Construction Company, Inc.

Dean Fraser 31 Bowdoin Road Mashpee, MA 02649 508-428-2292 fraserconstruction capecod.com

Gable Building Corp.

Michael Squier 1291 Main Street Chatham, MA 02633 508-945-4002

gablebuilding.com

Geiger-Phillips Inc.

Steven Phillips PO Box 1456, 39 Briar Lane Wellfleet, MA 02667-1456 508-349-9543 geiger-phillips.com

George Davis, Inc. George Davis 33 N Main St South Yarmouth, MA 02664 508-394-0832

georgedavisinc.com

Good Builders Inc.

Stephen Good 64 Green Harbor Road East Falmouth, MA 02536 1-177-483-6663 goodbuildersinc.com

Good Life New England Glenn Meader 327 Washington Street Norwell, MA 02061 781-545-1500 goodlifenewengland.com

Graham LLC Gary Graham 358 West Main St. Hyannis, MA 02601 508-778-1461 grahamllc.net

Greg Clancy Construction, Inc. Greg Clancy 217 Clinton Avenue Falmouth, MA 02540 508-265-4911

clancyconstruction.org

Griffin Custom Builders

Jared Griffin 18 Flicker Lane West Yarmouth, MA 02673 1-774-212-0554

Griffincustombuilders.com

Halliday Builders, Inc.

Jim Halliday 44 Route 28A Pocasset, MA 02559 508-563-6600

hallidaybuilders.com

Handren Bros Builders, Inc. John Handren P.O. Box 10 Harwich, MA 02645 508-432-2047 handrenbros.com

J.J. Delaney, Inc.

Jack Delaney 20 Rascally Rabbit Rd, #2 Marstons Mills, MA 02648 508-420-6855

jjdelaneyinc.com

JC Donald Company, Inc.

Donald Connelly 167 Route 6A Orleans, MA 02653 508-255-9804

jcdonald.com

Jim Gronski Construction Jim Gronski PO Box 167 / 14 Aunt Zilpas Rd West Chatham, MA 02669 717-870-6683

jimgronskiconstruction.com

JW Construction, Inc. Paul Pfeiffer 66 School St Hyannis, MA 02601 617-547-2800

jwconstructioninc.com

Kendall and Welch Construction Ron Welch 108 Parker Rd Osterville, MA 02655 508-428-4900

kendallandwelch.com

Kistler - Knapp Builders, Inc. Douglas Stevenson 916 Main Street Acton, MA 01720 978-635-9700

kistlerandknapp.com

KVC Builders LLC

Jon Fox 11 Fox Rd Waltham, MA 02451 781-890-5599 kenvona.com

KVH Construction Jared Kent 552 MacArthur Blvd. Suite 4 Bourne, MA 02532 508-759-0354 kvhconstruction.com

LaBarge Homes Todd Labarge 237 Route 28 Main Street West Harwich, MA 02671 508-432-6360 labargehomes.com

Laplante Construction Inc. William Laplante 61R North Main St East Longmeadow, MA 01028 413-525-6121 laplanteconstruction.com

LeMieux Construction Inc. Philip LeMieux 40 Pleasant Bay Road Harwich, MA 02645 508-274-7871

M. Duffany Builders Mike Duffany 200 Palmer Ave Falmouth, MA 02540 508-540-3625 duffanybuilders.com

M.J. Nardone Building and Remodeling Mike Nardone 299 Whites Path South Yarmouth, MA 02664 508-771-9927 mjnardone.com

Macallister Building, Inc. Mark Macallister 64 Ebenezer Rd Osterville, MA 02655 508-428-6408 macallisterbuilding.com

MacKenzie Brothers Corp. Glenn Mackenzie 214 Cotuit Rd Marstons Mills, MA 02648 508-420-4424 mackenziebrothers.com

Main Street Development Ben Delman 166 Main Street Sandwich , MA 02563 774-222-6135 mainstreetdev.com

McPhee Associates of Cape Cod Rob McPhee 1382 Rte 134 / PO Box 799 East Dennis, MA 02641 508-385-2704 mcpheeassociatesinc.com

Meyer and Sons Builders, Inc. Trevor Meyer 852 Main Street West Dennis, MA 02670 508-362-2922 meyerandsons.com

Monomoy Home Services April Ducott 5 Sterling Road Harwich, MA 02645 774-722-2668 monomoyhome.com

Mullen Building & Remodeling LLC Douglas Mullen 23 W. Bay Road A Osterville, MA 02655 508-737-3249 mullenbuilding.com

New Seabury Homes LLC Rowland Bates 33 Seanest Drive Mashpee, MA 02649 508-539-8225 newseabury.com

Nordy’s Construction, Inc. David Nordberg P.O. Box 660 South Yarmouth, MA 02664 508-760-1114 nordysconstruction.com

Oman Construction Company Eric Oman 28 Oxbow Way Dennis, MA 02638 508-385-7699

O’Sullivan Home Improvement LLC Ryan O’Sullivan 64 Victoria Street Centerville, MA 02632 774-994-3748 sites.google.com /osullivanhome improvement.org /osullivanhome improvement-com/home

Outermost Building & Renovation

Ben Dill 3 Towhee Lane Orleans, MA 02653 774-722-3430 outermostbuilding.com

Parr Building & Remodeling Kyle Parr 19 Wayside Drive West Harwich, MA 02671 774-810-0148 parrbuilding.com

Patriot Builders, Inc. Christopher Childs 537 Route 28 Harwich Port, MA 02646 508-430-0771

patriotbuilders.com

Paul J Cazeault & Sons Inc. Seamus Cazeault 1031 Main St Osterville, MA 02655 508-428-1177 cazeault.com

Peter Eastman, Custom Builder Peter Eastman PO Box 856 Yarmouth Port, MA 02675 508-430-7911 petereastmanbuilder.com

Philbrook Construction Services Group, Inc. Andrew Philbrook 107 Beach Street Dennis, MA 02638 774-331-3221 pecsg.com

Pleasantwood Homes, LLC Dan Marsters 10 Pleasantwood Drive Sandwich , MA 02644 508-477-1500 pleasantwoodhomes.com

R.W. Anderson & Sons, Inc. Builders Rick Anderson 6 Willow Street Sandwich, MA 02563 508-888-5720 rwanderson.com

Ranney & Rimington Custom Building Patrick Rimington 969 Main Street Osterville, MA 02655 508-428-7147 thecapecodcarpenters.com

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2022 New Members

RESOURCE

HB&RACC warmly welcomes and thanks our new members who have joined us this year! We are thrilled to have them be a part of the Association and look forward to many years together. Say hello when you see them out and about.

3 Percent Realty Revolution

Tom & Zita Scozzari

AD Build

Ellen Ortolani

Atlantic Marble & Granite Maria Ribeiro

Barnes Construction Charlie Barnes

Cape Home Kitchen & Bath Jason & Kristin Fisher

Carey Corp John Carey

CertainTeed Rob Atkinson

Elements Concrete Joren Smith

Granite World Countertops Lucas Viera

Griffin Custom Builders

Jared Griffin

James Hardie Nick Gallagher

Laplante Construction William Laplante

LeaMar Industries Lea Mallegni

LineX of Cape Cod Sutton Shramek

LP Tile Lucas Pereira

Mitsubishi Electric

Heating & Air Conditioning Dave Hazel

MoistureShield Decking Joe Burgoyne

Monogram Appliances Heather Guerriero Dans

Monomoy Home Services April & Sean Ducott

My Generation Energy Jennifer Washburn

Ocean Tailors Sandy Blajda

O’Sullivan Home Improvements LLC Ryan O’Sullivan

SiteOne Landscaping John Maher

Staples Brendan Conroy STile Ryan Daniels

Swenson Granite Works Amanda Pittsley

RedBud Contracting

James Muckinhaupt PO Box 523 Falmouth, MA 02540 774-361-5886

REEF Cape Cod’s Home Builder Matthew Teague P.O. Box 186 24 School St. West Dennis, MA 02670 508-394-3090 capecodbuilder.com

Reeves Fine Homebuilding & Remodeling Jared Reeves 340 Queen Anne Road Harwich, MA 02645 774-836-0961 reevesbuild.com

Rick Roy Construction Rick Roy 123-A Queen Anne Road Harwich, MA 02645 508-432-6840

rickroyconstruction.com

RK Fox Builders

Robert Fox 44 Waterline Drive Mashpee, MA 02649 508-477-9665 rkfoxbuilders.com

Beach House Shake/Tando Building Products

Aaron Ishman/Matthew Lenge

The Bransen Group Mark Hansen

Timeless Stoneworks George Ajami

Travis Cundiff Travis Cundiff

UFP Building Solutions Matt Chatigny

U.S. Work Building & Remodeling Carlos Santos

V.N. Laszic Construction Vladica Laszic

Whalebone Andrew Prchlik

WinSupply Susan Sidney

Roche Home Improvement Gregory Roche 17 Edith Ave Buzzards Bay, MA 02532 617-510-6874

rochehome improvement.com

Rogers & Marney Builders Inc. Marc Zeoli 445 Osterville West Barnstable Road Osterville, MA 02655 508-428-6106

rogersandmarney builders.com

Ryley Construction LLC John Ryley 8 West Bay Road Osterville, MA 02655 774-361-6466

ryleyconstruction.com

Sand Dollar Customs Rob Warren 23 White’s Path Unit G South Yarmouth, MA 02664 508-694-5618 sanddollarcustoms.com

Schoolhouse Construction Inc. Kevin Blute 9 Idle Way Harwich, MA 02645 508-430-2128 schoolhouse construction.com

Scott E. Crosby Builder, Inc. Scott Crosby 1112 Main St #7 Osterville, MA 02655 508-428-9090 scottcrosbybuilder.com

Scott Peacock Building & Remodeling Scott Peacock 1046 Main St Suite #7 Osterville, MA 02655 508-428-7600 scottpeacockbuilding.com

Sea-Dar Construction John Kruse 8 Jan Sebastian Dr, Ste 16 Sandwich, MA 02563 617-423-0870 seadar.com

Skyline Homes John Largey 140B Massasoit Rd Eastham, MA 02642 508-237-1662 skylinehomescapecod.com

South Mountain Company Abbie Zell PO Box 1260 West Tisbury, MA 02575 508-693-4850 southmountain.com

Spencer and Company Matthew Spencer

71 Enterprise Dr. Chatham, MA 02633 508-945-4222 spencerandcompany.net

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Sprinkle Home Improvement

Brad Sprinkle 199 Barnstable Road Hyannis, MA 02601 508-775-1778

sprinklehome.com

Starbuck Construction Services, Inc.

Roberto Maia Junior 67 Willow Ave Hyannis, MA 02601 508-539-1124 starbuckcapecod.com

Stello Construction Robert Stello P.O. Box 776 South Chatham, MA 02659 508-432-2218 stelloconstruction.com

Structures Building Inc. Chris Dougherty 168 Main Street Sandwich, MA 02563 508-274-9261 structuresbuildinginc.com

T.A. Nelson Construction Co Inc Thomas Nelson 1112 Main St, Ste 12 Osterville, MA 02655 508-428-7801 tanelson.com

The House Company Mike Rockwell 30 Perseverance Way, Ste 2 Hyannis, MA 02601 508-771-0303 thehouseco.com

The Valle Group, Inc. Christian Valle 70 East Falmouth Hwy #3 East Falmouth, MA 02536 508-548-1450 vallegroup.com

Tom Hague III Builder, Inc.

Tom Hague PO Box 1394 Orleans, MA 02653 508-240-1143 hagueremodeling.com

Tom Turcketta Inc. Building and Remodeling

Thomas Turcketta 65 Red Top Rd Brewster, MA 02631 508-385-3672

TomTurcketta.com

Travis Cundiff Associates, Inc. Travis Cundiff 812 Main Street, #1 Osterville, MA 02655 508-428-1110

traviscundiffassociates.com

U.S. Work Building & Remodeling Carlos Santos 2 Tupelo Terrace East Sandwich, MA 02537 508-470-2000

usworkbuilding.com

V.N. Lazic Construction Vladica Lazic 1134 Old Queen Anne Rd Chatham, MA 02633 774-534-6300

vnlazicconstruction.com

Vollmer & Son Construction, Inc. Peter Vollmer 469 Poponessett Road Cotuit, MA 02635 508-776-2058 vollmerandson.com

W.D. PRICE, Inc. Wesley Price 161 Main Street Rt 6A Yarmouthport, MA 02674 774-212-2942 wdprice.com

Whalebone LLC Andrew Prchlik 68 Pilots Way West Barnstable, MA 02668 508-280-6295 whalebonehomes.com York Building & Remodeling Matthew York 116 Route 6A, Suite 2 Sandwich , MA 02563 774-413-5497 yorkbuildingcapecod.com

CONCRETE/AGGREGATE

Acme-Shorey Precast Co Inc Dennis Lajoie PO Box 374 North Falmouth, MA 02556 508-760-1070 shoreyprecastconcrete.com

Cape Cod Ready Mix Peter Joy 300 Cranberry Hwy Orleans, MA 02653 508-255-4600 capecodreadymix.com

D.P. Fuccillo, Inc. David Fuccillo 548 Thomas Landers Rd East Falmouth, MA 02536 508-540-2848 fuccilloconcrete.com

CONSULTANT/BUSINESS MANAGEMENT

Cape Cod Chamber of Commerce Paul Niedzwiecki 5 Patti Page Way Centerville, MA 02632 508-362-3225 whycapecod.org

Home Energy Raters LLC Chris Mazzola 180 State Rd Unit 2U Sagamore Beach, MA 02562 508-833-3100 energycodehelp.com

Mass Save/ICF Derek Briggs 85 High Street Walpole, MA 02081 508-362-0652

ICF.com

Merchant Cost Consulting Jim Adams 754 E. Broadway Unit C Boston, MA 02127 617-306-2578 merchantcostconsulting.com

Preferred Marketing Associates, Inc Ed O’Neill P.O. Box 148 Wenonah, NJ 08090 508-240-4012 preferredmarketing.net

Resource Options Inc. Tiffani Tartaglia 473 South St West, Suite 6 Raynham , MA 02767 781-455-7400 resourceoptions.com

DISASTER EMERGENCY/ FLOOD & SMOKE

Oceanside Restoration Steven Jenney 217 Thornton Drive Hyannis, MA 02601 508-771-3110 oceansideinc.com

Whalen Restoration Services William Whalen 22 American Way South Dennis, MA 02660 508-760-1911 x14 whalenrestorations.com

EDUCATION/SCHOOL

Cape Cod Regional Technical High School Bob Eckel

351 Pleasant Lake Avenue Harwich, MA 02645 508-432-4500 capetech.us

LeadSmart Training Solutions

Peter Lawton 21 Main Street S. Berwick, ME 03908 508-731-6054 leaadsmarttraining.com

Mass Hire - Cape & Islands Workforce Board

Kara Galvin 426 North Street, Suite #9 Hyannis, MA 02601 508-775-5900 masshire-capeandislands wb.com

Upper Cape Cod Technical High School Roger Forget 220 Sandwich Rd Bourne, MA 02532 508-759-7711 uppercapetech.org

ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR

Bayside Electrical Contractors

Kelsey Solecki 57 Mid Tech Drive West Yarmouth, MA 02673 508-771-7270 baysideelec.com

Fronius Electric, LLC Matthew Fronius 35 Barque Dr. East Falmouth, MA 02536 508-444-8144 froniuselectric.com

John Noonan Electric, Inc John Noonan 12 Millennium Dr, Unit I Cataumet, MA 02534 508-563-5436 johnnoonanelectric.com

Reilly Electrical Contractors, Inc. (RELCO) Scott Ventura 110 Old Townhouse Road South Yarmouth, MA 02664 508-230-8001 gorelco.com

EMBROIDERY

Talking Threads Embroidery Carol Hayward 35 Portanimicut Road Orleans, MA 02653 508-255-1436 talkingthreads.com

ENGINEERING/SURVEYING

Coastal Engineering Company, Inc. John Bologna 260 Cranberry Highway Orleans, MA 02653 508-255-6511 x565 coastalengineering company.com

Grady Consulting LLC Richard Grady 71 Evergreen Street Kingston, MA 02364 781-585-2300 GradyConsulting.com

ENVIRONMENTAL CONSULTING

Jenick Studio & Crawford Land Management Jennifer Crawford 88 Route 6A Sandwich, MA 02563 612-756-0942

jenickstudio.com

EXCAVATION

GFM Enterprises Inc. Gregory Morris 15 Diamonds Path PO Box 1439 South Dennis, MA 02660 508-694-5600 gfmexcavating.com

S&J Exco

John Shea 200 Great Western Road South Dennis, MA 02660 508-398-9206

sjexcoinc.com

FENCES/RAILINGS/PERGOLAS

A.B.S. Fence, Inc. Colleen Shields 2700 Cranberry Hwy. Wareham, MA 02571 508-295-4150 absfence.com

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FLOORING/WOOD FLOORS/ CARPETING

Carpet Barn Carpet One Floor & Home

Bonnie Alferes 719 Main St Falmouth, MA 02540 508-296-8189

carpetbarncarpetone falmouth.com

Cataumet Sawmill Nathan Adams 494 Thomas B. Landers Rd East Falmouth, MA 02536 508-457-9239

cataumetsawmill.com

Mac Davis Flooring

Keti DesMarais 832 Main Street Osterville, MA 02655 774-521-3601

macdavisflooring.com

Mannington Mills Ron Chapman 71 Althea Rd. North Falmouth, MA 02556 770-557-2899

mannington.com/residential

FOUNDATIONS/BASEMENTS

RamJack New England Heather Capelle 12 Kendrick Road, Unit 15-16 Wareham, MA 02571 508-295-3133

ramjack.com/locations /ram-jack-ne

GARAGE DOORS/OPENERS

Overhead Door of Cape Cod Thomas Skayne 50 Joaquim Rd Hyannis, MA 02601 508-778-6251

overheaddoorcapecod.com

GENERATOR SALES & SERVICE

Cape Cod Independent Power Nick Betti 23 Bowdoin Rd Mashpee, MA 02649 508-477-8887

ccipgenerators.com

GRANITE/STONE/MARBLE

Atlantic Marble and Granite

Leonardo Ferraz 59 Technology Park Dr East Falmouth, MA 02536 508-540-9770 atlanticmarbleand granite.com

Cape Cod Marble & Granite, Inc.

Rodrigo Sena 38 Rosary Lane Hyannis, MA 02601 508-771-2900

capecodmarble andgranite.com

Elements Concrete Joren Smith PO Box 887 Harwich, MA 02645 774-212-1015

capecodconcrete countertops.com

Granite World, Inc. Lucas Viera 202 Queen Anne Road Harwich, MA 02645 774-836-2367 gwcstones.com

LeaMar Industries dba Stone Supply Marcello Mallegni 80 Airport Rd Hyannis, MA 02601 508-957-2301 leamar.com

Swenson Granite Works

Amanda Pittsley 3120 Cranberry Highway East Wareham, MA 02538 508-492-1216 swensongranite.com

GREEN PRODUCTS/SOLAR

E2 Solar Inc.

Jason Stoots 831 Main St Dennis, MA 02638 508-694-7889 e2solarcapecod.com

My Generation Energy Jennifer Washburn 100 Independence Drive Suite 10 Hyannis, MA 02601 508-694-6884

Solar Rising LLC Christopher Peterson 348 Main Street Mashpee, MA 02649 508-744-6284 solarrising.net

GUTTERS

The Fiberglass Gutter Company Russ Allen P O Box 26 North Pembroke, MA 02358 781-826-3711

fiberglassgutter.com

HEAVY SITE & CIVIL WORK

Robert B. Our Co. Inc. Christopher Our PO Box 1539 24 Great Western Road Harwich, MA 02645 508-432-0530 robertbour.com

HVAC

Coastal Mechanical James Nolan 21 L Fruean South Yarmouth, MA 02664 508-737-8747

coastalphc.com

Harwich Port Heating & Cooling, LLC Andrew Levesque 461 Lower County Road Harwich Port, MA 02646 508-432-3959

HarwichPortHeating andCooling.com

Mitsubishi Electric Heating & Air Conditioning

Davd Hazel 150 Cordaville Rd, Ste 110 Southborough, MA 01772 603-472-5549

methvac.com

Robies Heating & Cooling John Robichaud 279 Yarmouth Rd Hyannis, MA 02601 508-775-3083 robies.com

INSULATION

A Plus Insulation and Foam James McCourt PO Box 52 West Dennis, MA 02670 508-760-6700

aplusinsulationfoam.com

Anderson Insulation, Inc. Patrick Ford PO Box 200, 706 Brockton Ave Abington, MA 02351 781-857-1000 andersoninsul.com

Cape Cod Insulation, Inc. John Cassidy 18 Reardon Circle South Yarmouth, MA 02664 508-775-1214 capecodinsulation.com

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Greenstamp Insulation Co.

Andrew Clemons 184 Riverview Ave Waltham, MA 02453 781-899-3618 greenstampco.com

INSURANCE/TITLE

C&S Insurance Brian Robertson 190 Chauncy Street Mansfield, MA 02048 508-339-2951 candsins.com

Dowling & O’Neil Insurance Agency

John Curley 973 Iyannough Rd Hyannis, MA 02601 508-957-4235 doins.com

Murray & MacDonald Insurance Services

Gabriel DeSouza 550 MacArthur Blvd Bourne, MA 02532 508-289-4126 riskadvice.com

RogersGray Jeff Cotto 434 Route 134 South Dennis, MA 02660 508-760-4621 rogersgray.com

INTERIOR DESIGN

Anne Lydia Anne Mahoney 31 Village Lane Scituate , MA 02066 781-264-7019 annelydia.com

Cathy Kert Interiors LLC Cathy Kert 420 Barlows Landing Road Pocasset, MA 02559 603-566-0977

cathykertinteriors.com

DonnaElle, Inc.

Donna Elle 9 Nobska Way Nantucket, MA 02554 508-228-7320 donnaelle.com

Holly Hudson Designs Holly Hudson 182 Palmer Avenue Falmouth, MA 02540 781-888-6263 hollyhudsondesigns.com

Interior Design Concepts & Remodeling Inc. Laurie Anastos 67 Statice Lane Hyannis , MA 02601 508-873-7905 interiordesignc.com

Vineyard Home Jacob Avakian 587 Main Street Falmouth, MA 02540 508-388-7857

vineyardhome.com

KITCHEN & BATH DESIGN

Artisan Kitchens Inc.

Amy Britton CKD 937A Main Street Osterville, MA 02655 508-428-8828

artisankitchensinc.com

Blu’s Shower Door Inc.

Thomas Henderson 73 Cranberry Hwy Sagamore, MA 02561 508-274-3505

blusshowerdoor.com

Cape Home Kitchen & Bath

Jason Fisher 1379 Rt 28a suite A3 Cataumet, MA 02534 508-566-8917

CapeHomekitchen.com

Classic Kitchens & Interiors

Barbara Darcy 127 Airport Rd Hyannis, MA 02601 508-775-3075

ckdcapecod.com

Crown Point Cabinetry Tammy Aldrich PO Box 1560 462 River Road Claremont, NH, 03743 800-999-4994 crown-point.com

Fairview Millwork & Kitchens

Lei Mahoney 49 Whites Path South Yarmouth, MA 02664 508-394-2219

fairvu.com

Lewis and Weldon Custom Cabinetry LLC

Chuck Hart 111 Airport Road Hyannis, MA 02601 508-778-5757 lewisandweldon.com

Oasis Shower Doors

Brett Barker 50 Finnell Drive Weymouth, MA 02190 781-340-2700

oasisshowerdoors.com

Schluter Systems

Stephen Verry 194 Pleasant Ridge Road Plattsburgh, NY 12901 888-472-4588 schluter.com

Seaside Kitchens & Baths, Inc. Dwight Dougherty 211 Rt 149 Suite C Marstons Mills, MA 02648 774-521-3441 seasidekitchens.net

White Wood Kitchens Gail O’Rourke 160 Route 6A Sandwich, MA 02563 508-353-9183 whitewoodkitchen.com

LANDSCAPE/GARDEN SUPPLIES

Agway of Cape Cod Andrea Baerenwald 686 Route 134 South Dennis, MA 02660 508-385-8772 agwaycapecod.com

LANDSCAPE DESIGN & BUILD

Contemporary Landscapes (CLMV, LLC) Caleb Nicholson 33 Kates Way Vineyard Haven, MA 02568 508-693-6788 clmvland.com

Executive Landscaping Christopher Cotoia 22 Diamonds Path South Dennis, MA 02660 508-790-4777 execlandscaping.com

Ground Effects Landscaping

Sean Bishop 68 Main street Carver, MA 02330 781-834-1118 gfxlandscaping.com

Joyce Landscaping, Inc. Christopher Joyce 68 Flint St Marstons Mills, MA 02648 508-428-4772 joycelandscaping.com

Outdoor Lighting Perspectives

Matthew Foley 6 Evsun Dr Sandwich, MA 02563 508-419-6305

outdoorlights.com

Outerland Caleb Simms 28 Nicolettas Way Mashpee, MA 02649 508-477-4814 outerland.co

Sudbury Design Group, Inc. Michael J. Coutu 740 Boston Post Road Sudbury, MA 01776 749 Main Street, Unit F Osterville, MA 02655 978-443-3638 sudburydesign.com

Whitten Landscaping Craig Whitten 45 Commercial Avenue P O Box 1210 South Yarmouth, MA 02664 508-394-5051 whittenlandscaping.com

LANDSCAPE DESIGN/ PROFESSIONAL TREE SERVICES

Hartney Greymont, A Davey Company Natascha Batchelor 108 Echo Rd, Suite 1 Mashpee, MA 02649 508-548-2662 davey.com

LANDSCAPE SUPPLIES

SiteOne Landscape Supply John Maher 128 Great Western Rd South Dennis, MA 02660 508-304-3243 siteone.com

LANDSCAPE/BUILDING MATERIALS SUPPLIER

Stonewood Products Eric Azoff 15 Great Western Rd Harwich, MA 02645 508-430-5020 stonewoodproducts.com

Unilock Scott Benson 35 Commerce Drive Uxbridge, MA 01569 781-389-5375 unilock.com

MARINE CONSTRUCTION SERVICES

Beacon Marine Construction LLC Jon Hagenstein 37 Bowdoin Rd. Mashpee, MA 02649 508-477-7880 beaconmarineco.com

MARKETING/PUBLISHING

Cape & Islands Design Guide Lisa Almquist 23 Glory Lane East Falmouth, MA 02536 781-603-8485 capecoddesignguide.com

Cape & Plymouth Business Media Dale Shadbegian 100 Independence Drive Suite 7-555 Hyannis, MA 02601 508-827-1065

capeplymouthbusiness.com

Cape Cod Life, LLC Julie Wagner 13 Steeple Street Suite 204 Mashpee, MA 02649 508-419-7381 capecodlife.com

MASONRY/PAVING/ STONEWORK

Ideal Concrete Block Company, Inc. Fred Adams 45 Power Rd / POB 747 Westford, MA 01886 978-692-3076

idealconcreteblock.com

NON-PROFIT

Cape & Islands License Plate Kristen Hughes 5 Patti Page Way Centerville, MA 02632 508-352-3225

Cape Cod Landscape Assoc. Diane Johnson 407 North St #2 Hyannis, MA 02601 508-827-4639

capecodlandscapes.org

Cape Cod Tech Council Bert Jackson 25 Mid - Tech Drive West Yarmouth , MA 02673

Champ Homes Inc. Mark Adams 82 School St Hyannis, MA 02601 508-771-0885 Ex. 20 champhomes.org

FORWARD David Kaplan PO Box 1174 S. Dennis, MA 02660 508-397-6924 go-forward.org

Habitat for Humanity of Cape Cod Wendy Cullinan 411 Main Street, Ste 6 Yarmouth Port, MA 02675 508-362-3559 habitatcapecod.org

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Home Builders & Remodelers Association of Cape Cod Karen McMahon 3 Patti Page Way Centerville, MA 02632 774-330-3140 capecodbuilders.org

Housing Assistance Corp Anne Van Vleck 460 West Main St Hyannis, MA 02601 508-771-5400 haconcapecod.org

OFFICE SUPPLIES/OFFICE FURNTITURE/OFFICE

EQUIPMENT

Staples Brendan Conway 425 Iyannough Road Hyannis, MA 02601 508-771-4950 staplesconnection.com

PAINTING INTERIOR/ EXTERIOR CIA Painting, Inc. Fernando Cia 18 Hemeon Way Hyannis, MA 02601 508-815-9426

Sherwin-Williams Paint Company

Thomas Ruo 276 Falmouth Rd Hyannis, MA 02601 508-326-2727 s-w.com

PHOTOGRAPHY

Roe Osborn Photography Roe Osborn 137 Rock Harbor Rd, Unit 10 Orleans, MA 02653 774-237-0051 roeosbornphoto.com

PLUMBERS

Carl F. Riedell & Sons, Inc Guy Riedell 778 Main St Centerville, MA 02632 508-428-6365 carlriedell.com

Keith Brothers Plumbing, Inc. Steven Keith 355 Old Plymouth Road (Bldg B, Unit 8) Sagamore Beach, MA 02562 508-317-8577 keithbros.com

MacDougall Plumbing & Mechanical Paul MacDougall 52 Simon Hill Road Norwell, MA 02061 617-698-6740 macdougallmechanical.com

W. Vernon Whiteley Inc. Eric Whiteley

28 Village Landing West Chatham, MA 02669 508-945-1100 wvwhiteley.com

PLUMBING/PLUMBING SUPPLIES

F.W. Webb Rachael Roberts 108 Breeds Hill Road Hyannis, MA 02601 508-775-2130 fwwebb.com

Snow and Jones, Inc. Danielle Jones 167 White’s Path South Yarmouth, MA 02664 508-394-0911 snowandjones.com

Winsupply of West Yarmouth Susan Sidney 586 Higgins Crowell Rd West Yarmouth, MA 02673 508-775-0740

winsupplyofwest yarmouth.com

REAL ESTATE SALES

3 Percent Realty Revolution Zita Scozzari 6405 Bull Rd Dover, PA 17315 508-321-7653

3percentrealtyrevolution.com

Prime Properties Ltd Partnership Kenneth Marsters 509 Falmouth Rd Mashpee, MA 02649 508-477-4444

primehomesandrealty.com

The Bransen Group Mark Hansen 51 Joyce Anne Road Centerville, MA 02632 508-292-3737

ROOFING & SIDING

Certain Teed Roofing Rob Atkinson 1077 Pleasant Street Norwood, MA 02062 508-298-8192

saint-gobain.com

TILE

Bellew Tile & Marble Jimmy Bellew 280 Rte 28 West Yarmouth, MA 02673 508-375-7000 bellewtile.com

Best Tile Distributors of New England, Inc. Bill Stacy 10 Pilgrim Hill Rd Plymouth, MA 02360 508-732-8911 besttile.com

Cloutier Supply Anthony Raggio 445 W Main St Hyannis, MA 02601 508-775-6100

cloutiersupply.com

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LP Tile Lucas Pereira 38 Buckingham Way Cotuit, MA 02635 774-313-8512 lptileinc.com

Stile Designs LLC Ryan Daniels 8 Barque Drive Plymouth, MA 02360 508-889-8567

Timeless Stoneworks LLC George Ajami 316 Tremont St Carver, MA 02330 508-866-8460

timelessstoneworks.com

Turek Tile Inc. Michael Turek 377 Main Street Dennisport, MA 02639 508-258-5110 turektile.com

TOOLS

Northeast Tool Supply Company Chris Saucier 19 Lots Hollow Rd Orleans, MA 02653 508-240-0764 northeast-tool.com

TRUCKS/TRUCK PRODUCTS

Buckler’s Towing Service, Inc. Nathan Buckler 116 Ridgewood Ave Hyannis, MA 02601 508-775-2803

bucklerstowing.com

Line X of Cape Cod Sutton Shramek 58 Plant Road Hyannis , MA 02601 (508) 776-0716 linexcapecod.com

UTILITIES National Grid Bill Ciocca 127 White’s Path South Yarmouth, MA 02664 508-760-7679 nationalgrid.com

VACUUMS

Cape Cod Vacuum Robert Boffoli 85 Route 6A / POB 1438 Orleans, MA 02653 508-255-7011 capecodvac.com

WASTE DISPOSAL

Nauset Disposal Shawn DeLude PO Box 826 / 3 Rayber Rd Orleans, MA 02653 508-255-1419 nausetdisposal.com

WATERPROOFING

Gibson Waterproofing Bill Gibson

21 Six Penny Ln Harwich Port, MA 02646 508-432-2417 gibsonwaterproofing. thebluebook.com

WATERPROOFING/ BASEMENTS DryZone Basement Systems

Rachel Post 850 Bedford St Bridgewater, MA 02324 508-657-6012 dryzonebasement systems.com

WELL DRILLING

Desmond Well Drilling, Inc. Tom Desmond 5 Rayber Road Orleans, MA 02653 508-240-1000 desmondwelldrilling.com

WINDOW BLINDS/SHADES/ SHUTTERS International Upright Services

Bob Doolin 31B Leicester St North Oxford, MA 01537 781-767-4022 ius.us.com

New England Shutter Mills Karl Ivester 189 Rte 28 West Harwich, MA 02646 781-729-7800

newenglandshutter.com

Shade & Shutter Systems, Inc. Paul Craig 350 Kidds Hill Road Hyannis, MA 02601 508-775-6057

shadeandshutter.com

Tailored Solutions, Inc dba Budget Blinds of Mid and Outer Cape Cod Cole Lenihan

17 American Way, suite 5 South Dennis , MA 02660 508-221-0983 budgetblinds.com/ midandoutercapecod

Window Treatments Etc. John Fahle 2504 Main Street South Chatham, MA 02659 508-432-0558 windowtreatmentsetc.com

WINDOWS/SKYLIGHTS/ DOORS

Andersen Windows Brian Harding 68 Lombard Ave West Barnstable, MA 02668 508-375-0997 andersenwindows.com

ADVERTISER INDEX

A.B.S. Fence, Inc.

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Aluminum Products of Cape Cod 77 Andersen Windows & Doors

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Donna Elle Design

3

Pella Windows & Doors

Karin Drake 1600 Falmouth Rd Ste 9 Centerville, MA 02632 508-771-9730 gopella.com

Velux America LLC Dave Poikonen 754 Rainbow Road Windsor, CT 06095 888-838-3589 veluxusa.com

WOODWORKING & CARPENTRY

ML Custom Woodworking Cezar Lanca 105 Ferndoc St, Unit G Hyannis, MA 02601 508-534-9328 mlcustomwork.com

Pine Harbor Wood Products

Jamie McGrath 259 Queen Anne Rd Harwich, MA 02645 508-430-2800 pineharbor.com

Bayside Electric

65 Beach House Shake 32 Beacon Marine Construction LLC

52 Bellew Tile & Marble 31 Best Tile 67 Budget Blinds

18 Cape & Islands License Plate 43 Cape Cod 5 43 Cape Cod Ready Mix

Cavallo & Signoriello Insurance Agency 85 Civic Roast 29 Classic Kitchens & Interiors

Coastal Engineering 14

Cooperative Bank of Cape Cod, The

52

66 Crane Appliance

Encore Design Remodel 67 Falmouth Lumber / Andersen Windows & Doors

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Fraser Construction Company, Inc. Roofing & Remodeling

85 George Davis, Inc. 10 Granite World, Inc.

15 Habitat for Humanity of Cape Cod / ReStore

53

Ideal Concrete Block Co./ Stonewood Products 10 Jill Neubauer Architects

13

43 KAM Appliances

Joyce Companies, The

LP Building Solutions.

LaBarge Homes 19 Lineal Inc. - Architects • Builders 81 M. Duffany Builders

15 Main Street at Botellos Showroom

McPhee Associates of Cape Cod

8

65 Mid-Cape Home Centers / Acre by Modern-Mill 7 Mid-Cape Home Centers/Marvin. . Back Cover Mitsubishi Electric

Mullen Building & Remodeling 53 Murray & MacDonald Insurance Services, Inc.

Nauset Disposal

83

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Ocean Kitchen & Bathworks 33 Patriot Builders, Inc.

31

Premium Plywood + Specialties 26 Robies Heating, Cooling, Generators 29

SBS One Source/Loewen

1 Stonewood Products 19 Timeless Stoneworks 33 Tom Turcketta Inc., Building & Remodeling

4 Vollmer & Son

White Wood Kitchens

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BOTELLO LUMBER Mashpee, MA 508-477-3132 botellolumber.com

HINCKLEY HOME CENTER East Harwich, MA 508-432-8014 hinckleyhomecenter.com

E.C. COTTLE Vineyard Haven, MA 508-693-1385 Edgartown, MA 508-627-4381 eccottle.com

VINEYARD HOME CENTER Vineyard Haven, MA 508-693-3227 vineyardhomecenter.com

FAIRVIEW MILLWORK South Yarmouth, MA 508-394-2219 fairvu.com

MARINE HOME CENTER Nantucket, MA 508-228-0900 marinehomecenter.com

FALMOUTH LUMBER East Falmouth, MA 508-548-6868 falmouthlumber.com

SHEPLEY WOOD PRODUCTS Hyannis, MA 508-862-6200 Nantucket, MA 508-325-0400 Wellfleet, MA 508-349-2280 shepleywood.com

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