At Home Cape Cod - Summer 2021

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At Home O N C A P E CO D

Home Builders & Remodelers Association of Cape Cod

GRE AT BACK YARD

Escapes

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Elevated Elegance on Scraggy Neck PROFILE:

A Kitchen Queen reimagines the heart of the home

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10 Publisher and President Letter

13 Editor’s Letter

14 Masthead

16 Contributors

19 A Whale’s Tale

20 Mood Board

23 Ask an Architect

76 Gallery of Events

78 Member Benefits

79 Resource Guide

88 Advertiser Index

levated Elegance E A newly constructed waterfront family home on Scraggy Neck showcases dazzling vistas with floor-to-ceiling windows and provides plenty of gathering spaces for dining, socializing and relaxation.

At Home O N C A P E CO D

Home Builders & Remodelers Association of Cape Cod

GRE AT BACK YARD

Escapes

Deck Bar • Poolside Barn • Patio Trends … and more!

Great Backyard Escapes

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Homeowners create comfortable outdoor entertaining spaces with pools, firepits, outdoor kitchens, a deck bar—even a rustic poolside barn.

Divine Inspiration

Dubbed “Angel’s Welcome,” this Falmouth home is all about family, fine craftsmanship and heavenly views.

Kitchen Queen

Gail O’Rourke, owner of White Wood Kitchens, thinks outside the box when it comes to reimagining the heart of the home.

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Elevated Elegance on Scraggy Neck PROFILE:

A Kitchen Queen reimagines the heart of the home

SUMMER 2021

On the cover: A newly constructed home in Dennis, overlooking Nantucket Sound, by McPhee Associates Photograph by Amber Jane Photography


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PUBLISHER AND PRESIDENT LE T TER

DEAR READER: As we climb out of this pandemic, we are reminded how it has affected all of us both personally and professionally. With the help of our member companies, we remain grateful for the work the Home Builders & Remodelers Association of Cape Cod (HB&RACC) has done locally to protect the municipal process to secure permits, schedule inspections and help regulatory boards meet while town halls remained closed to the public. We also remain grateful for the work of the Home Builders & Remodelers Association of Massachusetts for their work at the state level—along with the help of the governor’s office—to ensure that construction be considered an essential service. With that designation, our member companies were able to keep working while strictly following public health guidelines. Circumstances enabled us to take time to reflect. Many of us working from home realized the need to build or remodel our spaces to make them more functional—especially on Cape Cod. With soaring real estate values, it makes economic sense to transform the home you currently have, or to a buy home and make it your own. Our member companies can help you with that. They are all experts in their fields, exceptional in their craft and are models of professionalism. Looking for help with building or remodeling? Check out the membership directory to find a local expert in your area to make your dreams a reality. With restrictions lifting, we are excited to host a full slate of events that HB&RACC members, as well as members of the public, can take advantage of this year. We appreciate your support and encourage you to peruse the highest quality of craftsmanship depicted in this magazine by our member companies. With our thanks and optimism for what is ahead,

Chris Flanagan Executive Officer Home Builders & Remodelers Association of Cape Cod Publisher At Home on Cape Cod

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EDITOR’S LE T TER

MICHAEL & SUZ KARCHMER

A Slice of Paradise AS I SCROLLED THROUGH Facebook the other day, I paused on a friend’s post featuring photos of her inviting backyard. It wasn’t elaborate, lavish or expansive, but it looked so relaxing and comfortable. It was the perfect place to cozy up with a good book or host a festive summer gathering for friends and family. An L-shaped couch with colorful throw pillows on her deck and hanging flower baskets beckoned. She wrote: “I may not have the most perfect deck or backyard, but it is most certainly my little slice of heaven.” Since more people worked from home during the pandemic, homeowners extended the indoors into the outdoors, creating cozy and comfortable spaces steps from their back door. They added patios, pools, hot tubs, bars and large seating areas with firepits. For our cover story, “Great Backyard Escapes,” writer Carol K. Dumas visits with project managers, builders and landscape architects to dig into landscape trends. Her story highlights several stunning backyards across the Cape, including a beachfront retreat with a deck bar in Dennis and a rustic pool house barn in Orleans. We know you’ll find some inspiring ideas on these beautifully photographed pages. In addition to sprucing up backyards over the past year, homeowners have also taken on major kitchen renovations. When I called Gail O’Rourke of White Wood Kitchens, one of the first things she said to me, “When you visit my showroom, you’re going to want a new kitchen.” Of course, she was right! In the article “Kitchen Queen,” O’Rourke says as more people quarantined at their Cape cottages, they suddenly wanted to elevate and expand their dated spaces—and add more storage. I enjoyed sitting down and chatting with her about kitchen designs and trends. O’Rourke brings a unique perspective to the table since she built her career on learning the craft of cabinetmaking before launching her own company. This is my debut issue as editor of At Home on Cape Cod and I am excited to showcase the beautiful work of the members of the Home Builders & Remodelers Association of Cape Cod. As you flip through the summer publication, you’ll notice some new features, including “Ask an Architect” and a “Mood Board,” which offers inspiring ideas for the interior of your home. I welcome your ideas and comments at Lisa@capecodbuilders.org. Wishing you all a happy summer!

Lisa Leigh Connors Editor At Home on Cape Cod

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Coastal Engineering continues to complement our service offerings through key hires and staff advancements. We are pleased to announce: SEAN RILEY, P.E., HAS BEEN PROMOTED TO CHIEF OPERATING OFFICER Sean has been with Coastal Engineering’s Civil Engineering Department since January 2000 and has over 25 years of civil and environmental engineering experience. In Sean’s new role as COO, he will oversee the daily operation of the company and the activities of the Division Managers. Additionally, he serves as a Project Manager, providing site planning, development, and engineering design. Those who have worked with Sean know him to be a highly skilled professional dedicated to client service and the success of the organization.

TODD CHAPMAN, P.L.S., JOINS COASTAL ENGINEERING AS LAND SURVEY DIVISION MANAGER Coastal Engineering welcomes Todd Chapman, P.L.S., to its team as Land Survey Division Manager. Todd is a licensed Professional Land Surveyor in Massachusetts with over 30 years’ experience including cadastral and topographical surveys, boundary retracement, ALTA/ NSPS land title, and construction surveys. In his capacity as Survey Division Manager, Todd is responsible for overseeing the day-to-day operations of the Survey Division.

TODD TURCOTTE, P.E. JOINS COASTAL ENGINEERING AS MARINE DIVISION MANAGER Coastal Engineering welcomes Todd Turcotte, P.E., to its team as Marine Division Manager. Todd is a registered Professional Engineer and has over 25 years of experience working on a variety of marine/waterfront, civil, structural and geotechnical engineering projects. His experience includes the analysis, design and management of commercial waterfront development projects including ports and marinas, piers, seawalls, bulkheads, etc. He is also experienced in vessel berthing impact analyses for marine facilities, wave prediction and wave force vulnerability analyses for marina layout/planning and coastal protection systems requiring cross-discipline coordination. Todd is responsible for managing the company’s waterfront infrastructure and coastal resiliency projects as well as overseeing the day-to-day operations of the marine division.

COLE BATEMAN ATTAINS P.E. LICENSURE Nicholas (Cole) Bateman has earned Professional Engineer licensure. Cole is a graduate of University of New Hampshire with 6 years of experience in structural engineering for a variety of structure types including commercial, residential, mixed-use, historical, and municipal buildings, as well as waterfront structures. Cole’s experience includes technical report writing, 3D structural analysis, Building Information Modeling (BIM), and project management. As a Project Manager in Coastal Engineering’s Structural Engineering Department, Cole provides effective engineering solutions in accordance with project specifications, Building Code statutory requirements, and clients’ needs.

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CONTRIBUTORS A native of South Coast Massachusetts, JENNIFER SPERRY grew up vacationing on the Cape in a rotating roster of rental cottages. As a freelance writer, she has written about the Cape Cod lifestyle for more than 20 years, focusing on home and interior design. Her writing has appeared in Chatham Living by the Sea, Northshore Home, Ocean Home and Traditional Building. In this issue, she takes readers inside a Falmouth home called Angel’s Welcome that’s all about heavenly ocean views.

PAUL BLACKMORE’s work has been published in numerous newspapers and magazines. He’s received many esteemed awards for his photojournalism, teaches photography workshops and runs a successful wedding photography business. In his free time, the Cape Cod native can be found tending to his garden, playing the drums, cooking and enjoying good food, friends, wine and music. In this issue, Blackmore photographed Gail O’Rourke, owner of White Wood Kitchens, and her beautiful and functional kitchens across the Cape. 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 Chatham Living by the Sea, The Boston Globe, 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, she visits with landscapers and builders for a story about creating the ultimate backyard escapes. Native Cape Codder AMBER JANE, a 2010 New England School of Photography graduate, works as a freelance photographer on Cape Cod. Her focus has always been architectural photography, where she works closely with realtors, home and business owners to help showcase their properties. When not working, you can find her capturing the ever-changing landscape of the Cape. In this issue, Amber Jane photographed the cover and also the inside pages featuring a beachfront property in Dennis for the story, “Great Backyard Escapes.”

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A whale made from Versatex and painted by artist Bradford Allen in 2020 is on display in John and Andrea Marsh’s home in Chatham. Bill Marsh, founder and president of Eastward Companies, bid on several whales from Chatham’s Art in the Park last year to help support the town and to display the unique local artwork in some of his homes. Eastward is also sponsoring a whale this year.

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ersatex is so, well, versatile. The PVC material that duplicates the beauty of wood and withstands the elements is a popular product on Cape Cod used for outside house trim, decking, railings—even whales! Since Versatex stands up to the weather better than plywood, it was the logical choice for Art in the Park in Chatham, the annual outdoor summer art exhibition which showcases vibrantly colored whales painted by local artists. “It will never rot and it’s not going to warp,” says John Marsh, project manager at Eastward Companies, who has a whale painted by artist Bradford Allen on display in his Chatham home. “Especially here on Cape Cod, there is so much salt in the air from the ocean. It will last forever.” In the winter months, Stello Construction cuts out 60 whale shapes from Versatex sheets that are one-inch thick and about 6 feet in length (about six whales can be cut from one sheet). “We have a template, then we take a jigsaw, cut out the rough cut, then put the template on the rough cut, run it around the shaper and sand the edges a little,” says Mike Stello. The final piece is drilling two holes in the bottom of each whale so threaded rods can be screwed in and then installed into the ground at Kate Gould Park.

For Art in the Park, Mike and Robert Stello of Stello Construction volunteer their time to cut whale shapes from sheets of Versatex, a durable material used for house trim.

An online auction is open throughout the summer. When the auction closes, half of the proceeds go to the artists. The remainder of the proceeds helps to support events, activities and town-wide projects to enhance the beautiful town of Chatham. The event attracts visitors from all over the world and helps boost business. The whales swim (or rather, are shipped!) all over the country and sometimes travel as far as England.   Home Builders & Remodelers Association of Cape Cod

Art in the Park will be on display through Aug. 20 at Kate Gould Park in Chatham. To bid on a whale, visit chathaminfo.com

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EL EGA NCE A newly constructed waterfront family home on Scraggy Neck showcases dazzling vistas with floor-to-ceiling windows and provides plenty of gathering spaces for dining, socializing and relaxation.

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Interior decorator Marie Share created a clean and beachy feel throughout the elegant home.

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rom above, Scraggy Neck looks a bit Neck, Siroonian knew there would be Architect: like a balloon floating into Buzzards challenges ahead. “The property was unique, RESCOM Architectural, Inc. Bay, held by a narrow road connecting as the plan was calling for a very large home, it to the rest of Cataumet. This and typically homes in velocity zones are Builder: Bradley E. Broderick heavily wooded cape is home to a private more compact.” Building & Remodeling community of homes, some still owned by “Our client was looking for a very elegant the same families who built them in the home, so it could not appear to be a box on Interior Design: Marie Share Interiors 1920s and ’30s. It is a peaceful spot, with stilts, but we still had to elevate the main sheltered beaches, sandy walking trails and levels and incorporate blow-away walls on the quiet woods. Surrounded by water, most of ground floor to keep to code,” says Siroonian, Scraggy Neck is also in a V-Zone—a high-hazard coastal area describing the mandatory collapsible walls that allow for flood subject to high-velocity wave action from storms, the kind of waters to pass through in the event of a catastrophic storm. In surges that can damage dunes and flood basements. addition, there were height restrictions. “We chose a gambrel Therefore, when client Alex Zelfond first contacted design, a style which is very popular today, and that allowed us architect Gregory Siroonian, who is the founder and principal to create rooflines within the living space.” of RESCOM Architectural, Inc., of Southeastern Massachusetts “This caliber of home required a lot of character and and Cape Cod, about a new construction project on Scraggy refinement,” says Siroonian, “so we turned the need for front

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“ This caliber of home required a lot of character and refinement, so we turned the need for front steps into a grand exterior stairway that makes a statement,” says architect Gregory Siroonian, founder and principal of RESCOM Architectural, Inc.

steps into a grand exterior stairway that makes a statement.” RESCOM introduced stone and expansive landscaping into the plan to create a magnificent rising entry, which is primarily enjoyed by guests. There is also a ground-level foyer leading from the three-car garage, which is often used by the family. Zelfond previously owned a summer home in Falmouth for 20 years before he found an available lot on Scraggy Neck. It was an area that he and his family had long enjoyed for biking, so he appreciated the complexity of the location. “I have some experience in building houses,” says Zelfond, who has had several houses constructed in Boston and Brookline. “I knew the house here would be in a flood zone and that it would be a complicated structure, with a first floor located 17 feet from the ground.” Zelfond says that he was involved in every detail of design and construction, which was overseen by Falmouth-based builder Bradley Broderick, owner of Bradley E. Broderick

Building & Remodeling. Broderick, who has been building and remodeling high end-custom homes in Falmouth, Mashpee and Bourne for more than 20 years, says he and Siroonian have built multiple houses together. “This one was the definitely most interesting that I have built with him,” says Broderick, “because of the overall height that was required due to the velocity zone/ flood elevation.” Broderick said the home required a heavily reinforced concrete pier foundation and a steel beam perimeter structure— cleverly disguised around the bottom elevation of the house, which helped achieve its grandeur. “The project was an absolute pleasure to build and I truly love the outcome,” says Broderick. Since the house is right on the water, only the best materials were used to sustain the wind, salt water and sunshine, says Zelfond. The expansive outdoor decks and porches are made from Ipe wood decking, the exterior shingles are double-dipped and the frame of the home is metal. Continued on page 32

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The incredible exterior living spaces include a covered porch and deck, made from Ipe wood, that runs the length of the house along the back of the main level.

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Every bedroom and two master suites in this extraordinary house on Scraggy Neck boast water views. “It’s almost like the backside of a waterside property has become the new front,” says architect Gregory Siroonian.

Continued from page 29 “I wanted everything to be maintenance free and able to withstand all that nature would throw at us.” Zelfond and his family wanted to relish those natural elements, so they added high ceilings and an abundance of windows. As a result, the main-level foyer is 20-feet high and leads into an enormous open-plan living and dining area, with floor-to-ceiling windows displaying a dazzling vista of a private beachfront on the bay. “What makes this view especially pretty,” says Siroonian, “is that you are not looking at wide open water, you are looking across Megansett Harbor, with a charming landscape visible behind the cove.” Siroonian’s company specializes in waterfront homes, and he notes that an open floor plan with water views is very popular. “Most of the living areas will be aligned toward the water, with more utilitarian spaces placed toward the front of the house,” he says. “It’s almost like the back of a waterside property has become the new front.”

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Zelfond has a big family, including five grandchildren, so one of his directives for the home was to create plenty of room for everyone, with gathering centers for dining, socializing and relaxation. “We needed the space to accommodate everybody, and I wanted an open feeling in the living areas, water views from every bedroom and two master suites.” Having two primary bedrooms is becoming more common, says Siroonian. “With one on each of the top two levels of the home, you can give younger couples the upstairs suite, and allow for first-floor living for older members of the family.” He notes that in this home, however, access is eased by a full-size elevator that serves the ground, main and second floors. There are stairs everywhere, says Zelfond, but the elevator is also very convenient. He feels that the views from both master suites are equally excellent, although the upper bedroom offers a bit more privacy. “Both of them have decks, plenty of closet space and the downstairs master has a sauna while the secondfloor suite includes a steam shower and soaking tub.”

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There are plenty of opportunities to rest, relax and unwind in the master suites that feature a sauna and luxurious soaking tub.

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The first floor offers one large open space with dining areas and the kitchen all flowing together. The commercial-level kitchen includes custom cabinetry and high-end appliances.

When the family wants to be together, the home offers extraordinary common areas. “The first floor is essentially one large open space with the great room, breakfast and dining areas and kitchen all flowing together,” says Zelfond. “My wife and I both love to cook, so we put in a commercial-level kitchen with custom cabinetry, high-end appliances and a butler’s pantry.” “The interiors are detailed nicely, but not overdone, very timeless and crisp,” says Siroonian. Zelfond worked with interior decorator Marie Share, who helped create a clean and beachy feel throughout the home.

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Siroonian also designed incredible exterior living spaces for the family to enjoy. There is a covered porch and deck that runs the length of the house along the back of the main level, and three additional decks are located off the second-floor bedrooms. The ground level, which includes a generously sized exercise room and storage area in addition to the entry vestibule, opens to an under-deck patio and sloping lawn. “We really like to dine outside, or have our coffee on our deck,” says Zelfond. “We can sit and lounge and look at the view,

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while the grandkids can head down to the beach, or use the kayaks on the cove. It is a completely private area and very quiet, and this home is a perfect spot to enjoy it from.” The house was also planned for smart technology, making vacation time all the more relaxing. “We can use remote access for the sprinkler system, the heating and lighting and the garage doors,” says Zelfond. “There is even a panel for our smartphone, so we really can be at leisure when we are here.” Zelfond says that he truly loved the building process, even with all the challenges the site presented. The design period began in late summer 2018 and with permitting, lasted about six months before construction began. The family was able to start savoring their new waterfront home by the following

summer. “It was really great to see the finished product, adds Zelfond. “It gives you a feeling of accomplishment that you did something like this.” Siroonian feels that the unique nature of the build might prove to be a useful case study for future grand waterfront house designs. “It is a good model for a sophisticated home in a velocity zone,” he says. For his part, Zelfond credits RESCOM with doing a marvelous job in meeting all the challenges and designing a spectacular family home. “The house has fulfilled all our desires for open spaces, enough bedrooms and other special features,” he says. “Greg listened to what we were looking for in this unusual environment and the result is everything we wanted.”   Home Builders & Remodelers Association of Cape Cod

Located in a high-hazard coastal area, the unique home required a heavily reinforced concrete pier foundation and a steel beam perimeter structure—cleverly disguised around the bottom elevation of the house.

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Homeowners create comfortable outdoor entertaining spaces with pools, firepits, outdoor kitchens, a deck bar—even a rustic poolside barn. BY CAROL K . DUMAS

In 2020, the cancellation of travel plans and spending more quality time at home inspired many people to create backyard sanctuaries—a place to get away with family in a comfortable and safe environment. Building companies, landscape architects and contractors have been extremely busy ever since, fulfilling homeowners’ wish lists for ultimate outdoor havens. “We’re seeing lots of pools, pool cabanas with heaters, outdoor patios, gas fireplaces and firepits—even putting greens,” says the team at Jaxtimer Landscaping LLC. “In the 28 years in the green industry, we’ve never seen anything like this!” Jon Philips, construction manager and field supervisor at McPhee Associates of Cape Cod, says many homeowners are creating more porches, deck areas and swimming pools to enjoy their staycation lifestyles. “The exterior of the home is now considered an extension of the living space, rather than just a backyard,” says Philips.

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ESCAPES Backyard Goals: This ultimate outdoor haven in Orleans is the perfect space to host a summer gathering for family and friends.

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Builder: Cape Associates Landscape Designer: Kimberly Mercurio Architect: Peter McDonald Architects Photographer: Michael Conway

A modern poolside barn frames the property and creates an inviting space for entertaining. Cape Associates — celebrating their 50th anniversary this year—salvaged the barn’s original beams, which were later turned into repurposed outdoor furniture.

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he homeowners of this Orleans house initially wanted to turn a barn on their property into a multipurpose pool house/garage to accompany a new pool terrace and stow their Jeep. In the end, the barn was not able to be saved, but it served as a design inspiration for Peter McDonald of Peter McDonald Architects and builders Cape Associates. McDonald created a rustic yet modern poolside barn, primarily used to frame the property, connect the backyard and the home, and create a space for entertaining. Inside, the new pool house barn features a large salvaged soapstone sink the homeowner bought at a Boston restoration store—a unique item that jumpstarted the entire project. Cape Associates salvaged the barn’s original beams, which were later turned into repurposed outdoor furniture. The structure itself is cedar, shiplap, exposed rafters and studs and non-slip concrete flooring. It incorporates oversized hardware, minimalist lighting and barn doors—custom built in the Cape Associates’ millwork shop. Some of the doors are double, French-door style, others sliding—but all with generous openings.” You can drive a tractor into this barn and put hay in the loft,” says McDonald.

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The pool barn structure includes cedar, shiplap, exposed rafters and non-slip concrete flooring. It incorporates oversized hardware, minimalist lighting and barn doors— custom built in the Cape Associates’ millwork shop.

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et on an idyllic, beachfront lot along Dennis’ South Side, this Cape Cod retreat was once a two-story duplex, rented seasonally, before the new homeowners took ownership. Purchased for its location and unobstructed views of Nantucket Sound, the homeowners tasked McPhee Associates with the challenge of creating a new home on a smaller lot; one that came with a myriad of regulations and restrictions. When building new, the home had to be constructed on pilings 14 feet above ground level due to coastal dune requirements, as well as the challenges of construction in a flood zone and conservation area. The result? A brand new, multi-level family home with indoor/outdoor access throughout and a footprint made to entertain.

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Designed around the family’s need for four bedrooms and a sizable amount of living space, the home includes a great room with multiple panel sliding glass doors and easy access to the gourmet kitchen, which features quartz countertops and custom cabinetry. Overlooking one of the back decks is a folding NanaWall window, opening to a deck bar, making host duties and entertaining a pleasure. A seamless flow from the inside out, the home was built with walls of windows and sliders throughout. With handsome decking made of Ipe, an exotic wood harder than mahogany, synthetic posts, cable railings and glass panels, the living spaces transcend seamlessly outside. Two private outdoor showers and custom foot wash complete the exterior, allowing for those easy, laid-back beach days the homeowners desired.

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Beachfront Bliss: A brand new, multi-level family home on Nantucket Sound in Dennis, with indoor/outdoor access throughout, features a footprint to entertain. Overlooking one of the back decks is a folding NanaWall window, which opens to a dream deck bar.

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he homeowner for this West Bay summer home in Osterville wanted to simplify their existing pool area and seamlessly integrate the home’s interior with the outdoors. The client also wanted to streamline access to the pool terrace, which had been previously accessed from a long ramp through a pool gate and fence that surrounded the pool area. To accomplish this, the landscape construction team at Jaxtimer Landscaping LLC created a lounge area and dining space adjacent to the home’s interior living room and kitchen. The infinity edge pool was positioned to the side of the home’s two sets of large lift and slide doors to keep the primary view of West Bay unobstructed. A set of generously sized monolithic granite steps, which replicated the feel of marble, lead directly from the upper terrace to the pool terrace area supporting multiple pedestrian desire lines to allow for easy flow. The pool’s interior color was selected to reflect the light qualities of West Bay’s waters. The pool’s outer weir edge was defined by a dark contrasting tile that, when viewed from the pool terrace, would recede into the grassy vegetation beyond and mimic the grasses edges of the adjacent bay. The 23-by-45-foot pool also includes a sun shelf that allows use by multiple generations of family from toddlers to grandparents. A hot tub was located in the corner to provide a quick warmup on chillier Cape Cod days.

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Builder/Landscape Construction: E.J. Jaxtimer Builder, Inc. and Jaxtimer Landscaping LLC Landscape Design/Architect: Bernice Wahler Landscapes Staged Photos: Meredith Hunnibell


Embracing the Landscape: Monolithic granite steps mimic the feel of marble and the pool’s interior color reflects the light qualities of West Bay’s waters in Osterville. A lounge area and dining space, adjacent to the home’s interior living room and kitchen, maximize outdoor entertaining opportunities.

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Walk This Way PATIOS, FIREPITS AND OUTDOOR KITCHENS

Stunning Stonework: Trends in paving have changed from small pavers and bricks to larger, slab-style stone, says Stonewood Products marketing manager Jason Hogan. If you’re not a fan of wood-burning firepits, Stonewood has several great options for gas firepits as well.

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tonewood Products offers an outdoor showroom sure to inspire homeowners seeking to create a backyard oasis. Since 1997, this business has been a source for building materials and outdoor living supplies, including natural and reengineered stone from all over the world. Its flagship store in Harwich displays its stone wares on pallets scattered around the massive yard and also installed in different settings. Types of material are identified with signage so customers can get an idea of what a material looks like when it’s used in a walkway, as steps or for a patio, for example. The outdoor showroom also displays furniture, fireplaces, firepits, water features and outdoor kitchens. It’s so attractive that people have asked to have wedding receptions there.

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Everblue pavers from Stonewood Products, installed at the Pelham House Resort in Dennis Port, replicates the look of natural bluestone but resists fading and staining.

Trends in paving have changed from small pavers and bricks to larger, slab-style, says Stonewood marketing manager Jason Hogan. Homeowners are also opting for a composite, low-maintenance paver called Everblue, which looks like natural bluestone, but resists fading, shaling and staining. But if you’re into natural stone, consider the rustic look of antique granite boulders for steps and a multitude of granite and other natural stones. Firepits can be simple and budget-friendly. Prefabricated metal versions fill the bill for the budget-conscious, but free-standing masonry fireplaces can elevate your outdoor space. Gas firepits and fireplaces even have remote control starters. Stonewood also offers kits that include metal fireboxes, which can then be covered with the stone of your choice. Cooking outdoors has reached a whole new level as home chefs seek high-end ranges. Massive stainless steel ranges and grills are often built in with masonry or cabinetry for a more finished look. Increasingly popular, says Hogan, are pizza ovens.

Above, a pagoda is an attractive alternative to an awning or large umbrella. Below, cooking outdoors has reached a whole new level as home chefs seek high-end ranges and grills built into the masonry or cabinetry. Both of these projects feature stone and pavers from Stonewood Products.

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Vacation Vibes: This Chatham backyard showcases a uniquely shaped pool fanning out to a hot tub on one side and a fountain with a sculpture featuring three frolicking dolphins on another. The stone patio is made from Niagara blonde granite stones wet-laid into concrete.

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reating a backyard oasis makes homeowners feel like they are always on vacation. This is especially true for a Chatham couple who drew on their tropical getaways at resorts in Hawaii and Southern California as inspiration for their project. They designed a backyard haven that includes a uniquely shaped pool fanning out to a hot tub on one side and a fountain with a sculpture featuring three frolicking dolphins on another, plus a firepit. Chaise lounges are accented with blue-patterned throw pillows around the curved stone patio, made from Niagara blonde granite stones wet-laid into concrete.

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The project was overseen by Eastward Companies and required “a great deal of coordination” with Eastward, Andrew Garulay, RLA, of Yarmouthport Design Group; Mitchell Landscape Construction, Stonewood Products, Barrows Excavating and Shoreline Pools, says Eastward’s Project Manager Buzz Webb. Beneath the stone is a hidden rain gutter system, which leads to a large underground concrete dry well. The gardens include a secret garden and many varieties of ornamental trees. Mature emerald green arborvitaes and cedars were planted on the property line for privacy. There’s an outdoor kitchen as well. “One of the homeowners is originally from Hawaii,” says Webb, “and dolphins have always held a special place in her heart.”

Project Manager: Eastward Companies Design, construction and building materials: Yarmouthport Design Group, Mitchell Landscape Construction, Stonewood Products, Barrows Excavating and Shoreline Pools Photography: Abby Grattan/ Grattan Imaging

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GENEROUS DONORS AP Kimball Construction Bayside Building, Inc. Bellew Tile & Marble Bilodeau Builders Inc. C.J. Riley Builder, Inc. Cape Cod Brass & Security Hardware Cataldo Custom Builders

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Catalyst Architecture & Interiors (formerly Brown Lindquist Fenuccio & Raber Architects, Inc.) Cathy Kert Interiors Coastal Engineering Co. Cooperative Bank of Cape Cod, The Driscoll Electric Co., Inc.

The Home Builders & Remodelers Association of Cape Cod (HBRACC) partnered with Housing Assistance Corporation (HAC) to support their Workforce Housing Relief Fund, which was established to help Cape Codders impacted by COVID-19.

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HBRACC hopes to help drive awareness and raise money, which will go directly towards rent or mortgage payments to help individuals and families in need stay housed.

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Brian Dacey, CEO of Bayside Building in Centerville, said that the Cape Cod building community was fortunate enough to not be shut down and continued to operate throughout the pandemic. “We were thankful and we wanted to give back,” says Dacey, who was the first to cut a check that helped inspire his peers. “That led Tony Shepley [of Shepley Wood Products] to call the Home Builders Association to get other people involved.”

E.B. Norris & Son Builders E.J. Jaxtimer Builder, Inc. Eastward Companies Good Builders, Inc. Jenick Studio & Crawford Land Management Jim Gronski Construction John Noonan Electric, Inc. Kendall And Welch Construction Co. Lineal Construction, Inc. M. Duffany Builders

In the first day alone, HBRACC Executive Director Chris Flanagan said more than $17,000 was raised. Today, he said, at least 50 HBRACC members have supported the relief fund, and the total has since passed $100,000, which includes $20,000 from member Cooperative Bank of Cape Cod.

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“It is critical that we keep people in their homes, as that is the foundation of their families and their lives,” says Tony Shepley. “We have a real opportunity to show our community leadership by banding together as an industry to help finance the fund.”

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HAC CEO Alisa Magnotta says this effort is a perfect example of synergy among like-minded agencies. “Any time you have two aligned groups that can come together like this, we’re stronger together,” she says.

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Divine Inspiration Dubbed “Angel’s Welcome,” this North Falmouth home is all about family, fine craftsmanship and heavenly views. BY JENNIFER SPERRY PHOTOGR APHY BY BRIAN VANDEN BRINK

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Interior designer Charline Sullivan kept the rooms bright and cheerful, inspired by the landscape’s vibrant greens and blues. The screen door, below, features a welcome message flanked by trumpeting angels.

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ngraved on the front entry’s screen door is a welcome message flanked by trumpeting angels, their hair blowing in the sea breeze. It’s a fitting motif for this custom home in Nyes Neck, North Falmouth, and its heavenly backdrop of Buzzards Bay. The clients tasked Polhemus Savery DaSilva Architects Builders (PSD) with designing and building a home customized to their lifestyle and the coastal site. “The principal focus was family gathering,” explains PSD owner and CEO Aaron Polhemus. “The clients wanted plenty of opportunities for connecting and spending time together.” Another consideration was the feel of Nyes Neck. “It’s a summer community filled with seasonal beach homes,” says Polhemus. “The

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clients didn’t want to overwhelm in comparison, which is why the façade is inviting but not overly assuming. Then, as it stretches seaward, it expands into a full twostory house with banks of windows framing the view.” To execute the clients’ vision of a comfortable, approachable beach house, PSD Design Principal John DaSilva opted for classic shinglestyle architecture. The off-center entry porch accommodates the plan needs (a sideways-facing twobay garage is directly to the right) and sets up the symmetry of the three steep gables. “We opted for informal classical columns on the front porch—I call them carpenter’s columns because they’re assembled with boards, versus traditional molded versions,” says DaSilva.


Nyes Neck in North Falmouth is a summer community filled with seasonal beach homes. The front of the home is inviting, but not overly assuming, says Aaron Polhemus, owner and CEO of Polhemus Savery DaSilva Architects Builders. As it stretches seaward, it expands into a full twostory house with banks of windows framing the view.

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Built-ins abound throughout this finely crafted house. “Built-ins are an efficient use of space and allow you to very carefully program storage needs,” says PSD Design Principal John DaSilva. The light fixtures and colorful painting in the stair hall provide a bright and whimsical atmosphere.

With the back of the house facing north/northwest, one of DaSilva’s primary goals was capturing as much southern light as possible. His response was a T-shaped layout, with the main living spaces paralleling the water as the top of the T. Two extensions—the office on one side and sunroom on the other—reach out even farther beyond the home’s primary outline to grab sunlight from three angles. From the front entry, a hallway leads past a bedroom suite on the left and garage on the right. Then, a generous connection point containing the stairwell, powder room and mudroom precedes the main living spaces. “This stair hall is a transitional space; it notches in between the front and rear gables,” says DaSilva. “High windows let natural light flood in from two sides.” The main pulse of the home is the kitchen, designed by Hyannis-based Classic Kitchens & Interiors. “It was conceived with the ocean view and family in mind,” says Barbara Darcy, one of Classic’s kitchen designers. In fact, Continued on page 60

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Polhemus Savery DaSilva Architects Builders, celebrating their 25th anniversary this year, designed and built this beautifully crafted waterfront home overlooking Buzzards Bay.

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Water views provide the perfect backdrop for al fresco dining and festive gatherings.

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Continued from page 56 the kitchen is part of a larger communal space that includes a sitting area and dining table. “Each portion is defined, but they are still open to one another and to the views, and the cook always feels like part of the gathering,” she notes of the arrangement. The kitchen’s linear shape maximizes function, and the butter-yellow paint on its Shaker-style cabinets accentuates the golden light of sunrises and sunsets. Just outside the main work zone, Classic Kitchens & Interiors extended the counter into a rounded peninsula, forming a cozy, informal breakfast nook. In the family room, PSD continued the home’s relaxed, beach-chic vibe with detailed millwork communicating informal classicism. A wall of built-in storage with vertical grooved paneling

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surrounds the fireplace. The mantel is simply a free-floating molding piece. Instead of coffers or beams, the ceiling is minimally adorned with a rectangular recess that echoes the seating area’s outline below. Interior designer Charline Sullivan kept the rooms bright and cheerful, channeling the landscape’s vibrant greens and blues. New finds mingle with existing yet refreshed pieces, and every choice adheres to the owners’ desire for durability and functionality. Built-ins abound throughout this finely crafted house, from the sitting area’s window seat to the office desk. “Built-ins are an efficient use of space and allow you to very carefully program storage needs,” says DaSilva, “and they have both functional and visual advantages. They can match or even establish the character of an interior space.” Upstairs, PSD arranged three bedrooms along the view-facing side, including a corner master

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The main pulse of the home is the kitchen, designed by Hyannisbased Classic Kitchens & Interiors. “It was conceived with the ocean in mind,” says Barbara Darcy, one of Classic’s kitchen designers. The kitchen is part of a larger communal space that also includes a sitting area and dining table.

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In the family room, PSD continues the home’s relaxed, beach-chic vibe with detailed millwork. A wall of built-in storage with vertical grooved paneling surrounds the fireplace.

suite. A fourth bedroom topping the front entry looks back over the neighborhood. The first floor’s “junior” master suite brings the total bedroom count to five. A finished basement includes a large playroom for the kids. From the water, the home’s character shifts: It presents as a singular form more focused on hunkering down than pointing skyward like the front gables. From a large center hip-roofed mass, the roof descends and flares over the two side wings. These subtle, symmetrical flares suggest, to DaSilva, the wings of a sting ray or the curve of a jellyfish. Two portholes (or eyes?) punctuate the second story and add to this anthropomorphic effect. “Even if you don’t know what you’re looking at right away, you sense the approachability,” DaSilva says. “These characteristics make the home feel fun and endearing; they give it personality.” With PSD handling the permitting, architecture, construction and landscape design, the clients enjoyed an efficient, seamless process. The finished home is an inspirational—or, as the screen door promises, divinely inspirational—setting for summer living.   Home Builders & Remodelers Association of Cape Cod

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OCTOBER 07, 2021 at the Cape Codder Resort & Spa in Hyannis

Enter by September 3, 2021 briccawards.org The BRICC Awards is a biennial event that recognizes excellence in building, modeling, design, sales and marketing on Cape Cod. The BRICC Awards are open to all HB & RACC Members in good standing.

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“ People want more from their kitchens than they ever did before,” says Gail O’Rourke, owner of White Wood Kitchens. “They want more cabinets, bigger islands, taller cabinets. People are blowing down walls and making it the size of three rooms. People don’t buy furniture anymore. They buy cabinets.”

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KITCHEN QUEEN Gail O’Rourke, owner of White Wood Kitchens, thinks outside the box when it comes to reimagining the heart of the home.

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As more people worked from home and quarantined at their Cape cottages in 2020, homeowners desired bigger, modern kitchens with additional storage to accommodate year-round living instead of just several weeks.

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hen Gail O’Rourke opened benches and wine cellars. Although she White Wood Kitchens in eventually closed the door on her home-based White Wood Kitchens 160 Route 6A, Sandwich 2013, she started with just a business, the Plymouth resident opened the door 56 Main St., Kingston few thousand dollars and a to a new opportunity—her own kitchen design whitewoodkitchen.com dream of running a successful kitchen business. The entrepreneur ended up settling design and project management business. in centrally located Sandwich since she had a Today, she oversees a staff of nine, owns growing clientele on the Cape. O’Rourke’s second two showrooms and has designed more than 2,000 kitchens showroom is conveniently located in Kingston for her customers in the past eight years. Her favorite aspects of the job are on the South Shore and in nearby coastal communities. transforming a house into a home and bringing joy into people’s lives. A Year to Reassess and Remodel “It’s not just a place you cook, it’s a place you gather,” says In 2020, as more people worked from home and quarantined at O’Rourke, on a recent morning in her inviting showroom on their Cape cottages, White Wood Kitchens—like many home Route 6A in Sandwich. “We are creating gathering spaces. remodeling companies—experienced a boom in business. I love working with my clients, getting to know them and Second homeowners started to enjoy life on the Cape fullturning their dreams into reality.” time—instead of just two weeks in the summer—and happily O’Rourke brings a unique perspective and hands-on settled into their new coastal lifestyle. But the more time they experience to the table. She built her career on learning the spent at home, the more they looked around and noticed craft of cabinetmaking as a part-time assistant cabinetmaker storage limitations, lack of closet space, and aging appliances, in Plymouth before launching her own company, Hometown counters and cabinets. Suddenly, homeowners wanted to Woodworking, where she crafted built-ins, kitchen islands, elevate and reimagine their dated spaces. Modern kitchens,

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These beautiful coastal kitchens make the most of the space and the views. “The kitchen isn’t just a place you cook, it’s a place you gather,” says Gail O’Rourke of White Wood Kitchens. “We are creating gathering spaces.”

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additional storage, expanded closets, new bathrooms and updated laundry rooms were at the top of wish lists. Now more than ever, says O’Rourke, homeowners are reviving, repurposing and investing in their Cape homes. In some cases, the kitchen remodel takes up half of the first floor. “People aren’t using their dining room, so they are saying, ‘What am I going to do with this room?’ They are turning it into a walk-in pantry, a bar, a laundry room, a larger kitchen,” says O’Rourke.

A kitchen doesn’t need to be expensive, as long as it provides the solutions you need. “A small kitchen with excellent storage is better than a big kitchen with lousy storage,” says O’Rourke.

The Design Process, From Start to Finish At the beginning of the project, O’Rourke meets with her client to assess the space, whether it is a remodel or new construction. The design process involves six meetings, typically half at one of her showrooms and the other half at a client’s home. The best advice she gives to clients is not to rush the process, keep an open mind and avoid setting unrealistic expectations. “People come in April and want it ready for Memorial Day or they come in October and want their kitchen ready for Christmas.” The design time isn’t the challenge, adds O’Rourke. Rather, it’s the cabinet manufacturers who have extended their lead time from 4 to 8 weeks to 12 to 20 weeks. But this extra time helps to avoid rushing important product and design decisions. “We give everyone ample time to get it right, measure it twice, digest and visit with the colors, cabinet designs, lighting and hardware.” The conversation then inevitably turns to the budget. “I always ask the client, is your budget under $50 (thousand) or over $50

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Although white is the most popular choice for cabinet colors, some homeowners opt for a more colorful design, choosing one shade for the cabinets and a different hue for the island. Stainless steel appliances still rule the day, says O’Rourke, but red, white or blue appliances are gaining an edge.

(thousand)? That really drives what we do.” Several years ago, says O’Rourke, $45,000 was a reasonable budget for a new kitchen. Now, an average remodel costs $65,000 to $80,000, which typically involves walls being torn down, new flooring, electrical and plumbing. “People are often floored at the cost of doing a major remodel.” But O’Rourke emphasizes that a kitchen doesn’t need to be expensive, as long as it provides the solutions you need. “A small kitchen with excellent storage is better than a big kitchen with lousy storage.”

Imagining the Possibilities At the Sandwich showroom, the possibilities are endless. Customers can explore hundreds of cabinet finishes and designs, cabinet pulls and knobs and full kitchen displays. O’Rourke says hot trends include quartz countertops, black cabinets, pops of color on the island or backsplash (“bright blues are in”), all-wood islands, brushed bronze hardware and solutions for pets. Of course, stainless steel appliances still rule the day, but some oven ranges in blues, reds and whites are gaining an edge. Charging solutions (a “command central zone”) are also becoming more standard and are incorporated into cabinet designs to help conceal cords and prevent devices from getting wet. Homeowners may be pleasantly surprised to learn there are only three great layouts for most kitchens. “There aren’t going to be 20,” says O’Rourke, “and we are going to help you pick the best one based on how you cook, how many people visit, what

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Who knew there were so many cool storage options today? Proper storage is a game changer and a key element in every functional kitchen design. Amplifying your storage will maximize your space. White Wood Kitchens makes the most of the under-cooktop storage by adding spice and canister pullouts on either side. The three primary functions of your kitchen include food storage, cooking and clean up. Do you have adequate space for all three?

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storage you need and your budget. White Wood Kitchens uses a sophisticated design software called 2020 Technologies to help illustrate the client’s project on the big screen. This allows O’Rourke to make changes to the design as she is speaking to the clients so they can better visualize the space.

Giving Back As a member of the Home Builders & Remodelers Association of Cape Cod, O’Rourke says she misses networking opportunities and looks forward to events starting up again. She credits the organization for helping to grow her business as well as providing solutions for clients on the Cape. She also stresses the importance of giving back to the community. For the past eight years, O’Rourke and her team have participated in the Blitz Build for Habitat for Humanity of Cape Cod. White Wood Kitchens has worked with professionals from the Home Builders & Remodelers Association of Cape Cod to complete a house in just five days. They most recently donated a kitchen to one of Habitat’s houses in Mashpee. “We continue to find ways to reach out and support the community,” says O’Rourke, who also makes it a point to work with local installers, builders and artisans, including Chatham-based Elements Concrete and Welding Creations in Harwich.

Despite the name, White Wood Kitchens offers dozens of design solutions beyond the kitchen. The team also designs bathrooms, entertainment spaces, laundry rooms and mudrooms. “We are really able to look at the space in a creative way and provide alternatives that increase function and don’t break the bank. We hear a lot of, ‘I never thought of that.’ No matter what room you choose for your dream design, cabinetry is more than a box with a door, says O’Rourke. “It’s a transformation of space and an expression of your style.”   Home Builders & Remodelers Association of Cape Cod

White Wood Kitchens is sponsoring a member mixer event from 6 – 8 p.m. on Tuesday, July 13, under the Sperry Tent at the Sagamore Inn Restaurant, 1131 Sandwich Road, Sagamore. Reconnect with friends, business associates and colleagues over light fare and a glass of wine or beer. Giant Jenga and raffle prizes will be involved! To register, visit capecodbuilders.org

Homeowners may be pleasantly surprised there are only three great layouts for most kitchens. “There aren’t going to be 20,” says O’Rourke, “and we are going to help you pick the best one based on how you cook, how many people visit, what storage you need and your budget.”

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GALLERY OF E VENTS

70 Years of Building Community

Monthly Dinner Meetings Wednesday, Sept. 1 Tuesday, Nov. 9 5-8 p.m. Learn what’s happening in the association, meet fellow members and receive relevant information from speakers and panel members. The Sept. 1 meeting will be held at Mid-Cape Home Centers, Showroom 15, Main Street in Orleans.

20th Annual Nail Bangers Golf Tournament Thursday, July 22 Hyannis Golf Course, 1800 Iyannough Road, Hyannis (Rain date: Aug. 5) This summertime team-building event is the perfect way to reconnect with friends and colleagues! Lunch will be held on the course and a post-event cocktail reception will include pasta and carving stations, hosted by Gimmy’s Tavern. Registration and check-in will take place in the morning, followed by a shotgun start at 10 a.m. A banquet awards and raffle are scheduled for after completion of play. Proceeds from the raffle will benefit the Massachusetts Military Support Foundation initiative to build affordable housing for veterans and their families in Hyannis.

3rd Annual Island Queen Cruise Wednesday, Sept. 15 5:00 – 7:30 p.m. Network with fellow members while enjoying a sunset cruise out of Falmouth Harbor. Sandwiches, salad, cheese and crackers and dessert catered by Roche Brothers. Cash bar. Meet at 75 Falmouth Heights Road, Falmouth. (Rain date: Sept. 22).

7th Annual Children’s LEGO Home-Building Challenge Saturday , Aug. 21 10 a.m. –  2 p.m. Johnny A. Kelley Recreation Center, 180 Old Bass River Road, South Dennis Contestants will have one hour to build their dream home and judging will be performed by community leaders and industry professionals. Tables, chairs and Legos will be provided for each builder contestant. NEW this year: Cornhole competition for parents, guardians and siblings while the build is taking place. Sponsored by the Home Builders & Remodelers Association of Cape Cod. For more information and to purchase tickets, visit capecodbuilders.org or call 774-330-3140. Advanced ticket purchase is recommended because this event does sell out.

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7th Annual Bowling Tournament and Fun-Raiser Thursday, Nov. 18 5 – 9 p.m. The Lanes Bowl & Bistro in Mashpee Commons Have a ball and raise money at the annual fundraiser which benefits the Housing Assistance Corporation and their 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!

Annual Meeting & Holiday Celebration

Build Inspiration

Tuesday, Dec. 14 6 – 8 p.m. Wequassett Resort & Golf Club 2173 Route 28, Harwich Join us as we celebrate the association’s accomplishments of the past year and honor members and volunteers.

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70 Years of Building Community

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).

Advocacy THREE-IN-ONE MEMBERSHIP Three memberships for the price of one: local, state, national. 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.

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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.

Education 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 of 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 where we match talent with your business needs through our apprenticeship program. AT HOME ON CAPE COD • SUMMER 2021

Networking, Savings, Community GIVING BACK TO THE COMMUNITY The association is involved in numerous community groups. MEMBER DISCOUNT PROGRAMS Member-only discounts provide saving 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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Logie CPA Gary Logie 724 Main Street, Unit F Hyannis, MA 02601 (508) 771-0329 logiecpa.com

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

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

Daniel Lewis AIA, Architect Daniel Lewis 269 South Main Street Centerville, MA 02632 (508) 612-8771 daniellewisarchitect.com

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

Home Builders & Remodelers Association of Cape Cod ALARMS & SECURITY

Alarm New England Chris Connors 22 Whites Path South Yarmouth, MA 02664 (774) 208-1956 alarmnewengland.com APPLIANCES

Crane Appliance Robert Crane 249 Teaticket Highway East Falmouth, MA 02536 (774) 836-0864 craneappliance.com Ferguson Enterprises Greg Wills 106 Falmouth Road Mashpee, MA 02649 (508) 539-8704 ferguson.com KAM Appliances Kevin Gralton 201 Yarmouth Road Hyannis, MA 02601 (508) 771-2221 kamonline.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 Road Mashpee, MA 02649 (508) 274-1166 cotuitbaydesign.com

GF Architecture, LLC Gerrit Frase 74 Dove Hill Road North Falmouth, MA 02556 (774) 487-8288 gfarchitecture.com INTEGRATA Architecture + Construction LLC Andrew Borgese 419 Palmer Avenue, Suite 200 Falmouth, MA 02540 (508) 495-6575 integrata-ac.com Jill Neubauer Architects Meredith Hunnibell 15 Depot Avenue Falmouth, MA 02540 (508) 548-0909 jnarchitects.com LDa Architecture & Interiors, LLP Kyle Sheffield 919 Main Street Osterville, MA 02655 (617) 621-1455 lda-architects.com Lineal Construction Inc Ben LaMora PO Box 1118 Barnstable, MA 02630 (508) 275-7512 linealinc.com Muldoon Architects LLC Paul Muldoon 571 Route 28 Harwich Port, MA 02646 (774) 237-9671 muldoonarch.com

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Peter McDonald Architects, LLC Peter McDonald PO Box 888 North Eastham, MA 02651 (508) 240-0843 capecodarch.com Polhemus Savery DaSilva Architects Builders Aaron Polhemus 157 Route 137 East Harwich, MA 02645 (508) 945-4500 psdab.com S.A. Architecture, Inc. Sibel Asantugrul 8 Beach Road, Unit 1 Orleans, MA 02653 (774) 722-0032 saarchitecture.com Salt Architecture, Inc. Chris Harris 628 West Falmouth Highway Falmouth, MA 02540 (774) 763-2601 saltarchitecture.com SV Design Katelyn Manfredo 693 Main Street Chatham, MA 02633 (508) 348-5485 svdesign.com ATTORNEY

Freeman Law Group LLC Peter Freeman 86 Willow Street Yarmouth Port, MA 02675 (508) 362-4700 freemanlawgroup.com

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RESOURCE DIREC TORY GUIDE 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 Drive, Unit B10 Norwell, MA 02061 (781) 741-5959 actces.com Audio Video Design Matthew Remeika 383 University Avenue Westwood, MA 02090 (617) 965-4600 avdesigns.com Extreme Audio Michael Astin 759 Falmouth Road, Unit 7 Mashpee, MA 02649 (774) 361-8746 extremecapecod.com Koncerted LLC Sean Cote 214 Arlington Street Chelsea, MA 02150 (781) 893-8610 Koncerted.com Nantucket Sound Sanjay Mathew 491 Iyannough Road Airport Rotary Hyannis, MA 02601 (508) 771-4434 nantucketsound.com Ron Snell Audio Video Ron Snell 27 Pinehurst Drive Bourne, MA 02532 (508) 989-8112 rsavs.com AUTOS/TRUCKS

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

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

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First Citizens’ Federal Credit Union John Cotton 66 Falmouth Road Hyannis, MA 02601 (508) 979-4707 firstcitizens.org Martha’s Vineyard Savings Bank Ryan Yarosh 397 Palmer Avenue Falmouth, MA 02540 (774) 310-2030 mvbank.com Murray & MacDonald Insurance Services Gabriel DeSouza 550 MacArthur Blvd. Bourne, MA 02532 (508) 289-4126 riskadvice.com The Cooperative Bank of Cape Cod Christina Bologna 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 Art of Drywall, Inc. Vander DaSilva 2 Holly Lane East Sandwich, MA 02537 (508) 360-8142 artofdrywallinc.com AZEK Building Products Marc Merusi 26 Francis Street Fairhaven, MA 02719 (508) 686-0327 azek.com Blueboard Specialists Plastering Co. Inc. Courtney Bergstrom 117 South Main Street Centerville, MA 02632 (774) 836-7187 blueboardspecialists.net Boise Cascade Dan Morgado 33 Fowler Street 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

LP Building Solutions Danny Morini 2 McKenzie Lane Foxboro, MA 02035 (508) 850-6320 lpcorp.com

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

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

Marvin Barry Sturgis PO Box 473 Centerville, MA 02632 (508) 221-8579 marvin.com

U.S. Lumber Garry Prevedini 80 Hampden Road Mansfield, MA 02048 (508) 851-3300 bostoncedar.com

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

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

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

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

National Lumber Kim Pavao 118 Pembroke Street Route 27 Kingston, MA 02364 (508) 339-8020 national-lumber.com

Versatex Building Products Ricardo Torres 400 Steel Street Aliquippa, PA 15001 (508) 564-3757 versatex.com

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

Parksite Kyle Hintlian 10 Rose Glen Drive Andover, MA 01810 (603) 397-7123 parksite.com

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

Premium Plywood + Specialties Michael Whitelaw 700 Bearses Way Hyannis, MA 02601 (508) 771-7590 premiumply.com

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

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

Holden Humphrey Phil Jackson 77B Champion Drive Chicopee, MA 01020 (413) 563-2919 holdenhumphrey.com Holt & Bugbee Co. Sean Herlihy 1600 Shawsheen Street Tewksbury, MA 01876 800-325-6010 holtandbugbee.com Huber Engineered Woods Andrew Collins 258 West Road Ashby, MA 01431 (978) 400-1941 huber.com

Specialty Builders Supply, Inc. Christopher Dias 59 Commerce Park Road Brewster, MA 02631 (508) 896-8866 sbscapecod.com Stonewood Products Eric Azoff 15 Great Western Road Harwich, MA 02645 (508) 430-5020 stonewoodproducts.com The Henry Company Joe Burgoyne 3 Harmon Road Waltham, MA 02452 (781) 316-6975 henry.com

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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 Shiela Payable 2570 Main Street South Chatham, MA 02659 (508) 348-0065 aabuildingremodeling.com Anderson Framing & Remodeling Matthew Anderson 241 Route 6A East Sandwich, MA 02537 (508) 367-4653 anderson-framing.com AP Kimball Construction Peter Kimball c/o Cape Codder 5 Namskaket Road Orleans, MA 02653 (508) 737-1258 apkimballconstruction.com


RESOURCE DIREC TORY GUIDE Architectural Design Inc. AD Build LLC John Ingwersen 62 Route 6A Orleans, MA 02653 (508) 255-0606 ad-archts.com ARCHWRIGHT Fine Home Builders Cara Meneses 1528 Tremont Street Duxbury, MA 02332 (781) 934-9100 archwright.com Bannon Custom Builders Paul Bannon 66 Tupper Road Sandwich, MA 02563 (508) 833-0050 bannonbuilds.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 Cape Tip Construction Inc. Kaye McFadden 134 Commercial Street Provincetown, MA 02657 (508) 487-7200

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 Route 134, Suite 30 South Dennis, MA 02660 (508) 648-1432 customcraftedcc.com Davenport Building Company Christian Davenport 20 North Main Street South Yarmouth, MA 02664 (508) 398-2293 thedavenportcompanies.com

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

CapeBuilt Development Rob Brennan 11 Chestnut Street Suite M-304 Amesbury, MA 01913 (617) 233-4897 heritagesands.com

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

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

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

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

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

E.J. Jaxtimer Builder, Inc. 48 Rosary Lane Hyannis, MA 02601 (508) 778-4911 jaxtimer.com

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

CJ Riley Builder, Inc Craig Riley 749 Main Street, Unit D Osterville, MA 02655 (508) 428-6376 cjriley.com

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

Cleary Construction Richard Cleary PO Box 900 Brewster, MA 02631 (508) 896-5558 clearyconstructioninc.com

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 Road PO Box 1858 North Eastham, MA 02651 (508) 255-1770 capeassociates.com

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

Eastward Companies Business Trust Bill Marsh 155 Crowell Road Chatham, MA 02633 (508) 945-2300 eastwardco.com Encore Construction Dale Nikula 103 Main Street Dennisport, MA 02639 (508) 760-6900 encoreco.com

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

Falconeiri Construction Inc. Matthew Falconeiri 45 Industrial Park Road Suite 3 Hingham, MA 02043 (508) 947-3226 fcinc.com

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

Finelli Building Inc. Thomas Finelli 172 Middle Road Southborough, MA 01772 (508) 460-6963 finellibuildinginc.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 (508) 349-9543 geiger-phillips.com George Davis, Inc. George Davis 33 N Main Street 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 Street 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 Half Cape Construction, Inc. Steve Ottani PO Box 1050 Sandwich, MA 02563 (508) 888-4831 halfcapeconstruction.com Halliday Builders, Inc. Jim Halliday 44 Route 28A Pocasset, MA 02559 (508) 563-6600 hallidaybuilders.com

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Handren Bros Builders, Inc. John Handren PO Box 10 Harwich, MA 02645 (508) 432-2047 handrenbros.com HSO Contracting LLC Hans Spatzeck-Olsen P O Box 1117 Orleans, MA 02653 (774) 722-1615 hsocontractingllc.com J.J. Delaney, Inc. Jack Delaney 20 Rascally Rabbit Road, #2 Marstons Mills, MA 02648 (508) 420-6855 jjdelaneyinc.com JB Robbie Builders Jennifer Robbie 295 Saint George Street Duxbury, MA 02331 (617) 755-5800 jbrobbie.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 Road West Chatham, MA 02669 (717) 870-6683 jimgronskiconstruction.com Johnny Banks Construction John Steele 85 Carl Landi Circle East Falmouth, MA 02536 (508) 274-1338 JW Construction Inc. Chris Bianco 66 School Street Hyannis, MA 02601 (508) 300-3000 jwconstructioninc.com Kendall and Welch Construction Ron Welch 108 Parker Road 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/

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RESOURCE DIREC TORY GUIDE KVC Builders LLC Jon Fox 11 Fox Road 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 LeMieux Construction Inc. Philip LeMieux 40 Pleasant Bay Road Harwich, MA 02645 (508) 274-7871 Longfellow Design Build Mike Ciolino 367 Main Street Falmouth, MA 02540 (774) 255-1709 longfellowdb.com M. Duffany Builders Michael Duffany 200 Palmer Avenue Falmouth, MA 02540 (508) 540-3625 x15 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 Road Osterville, MA 02655 (508) 428-6408 macallisterbuilding.com MacKenzie Brothers Corp Glenn Mackenzie 214 Cotuit Road Marstons Mills, MA 02648 (508) 420-4424 mackenziebrothers.com Main Street Building LLC Andrew Prchlik 68 Pilots Way West Barnstable, MA 02668 (508) 280-6295 mainstreetbuildingllc.com Matt Scavarelli Remodeling & Finish Carpentry Matthew Scavarelli 274 Ames Way Centerville, MA 02632 (508) 776-9698

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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 PO Box 635 South Yarmouth, MA 02664 (508) 362-2922 meyerandsons.com

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

Rick Roy Construction Rick Roy 123-A Queen Anne Road Harwich, MA 02645 (508) 432-6840 rickroyconstruction.com

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

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

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

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

Roche Home Improvement Gregory Roche 17 Edith Avenue Buzzards Bay, MA 02532 (617) 510-6874 rochehomeimprovement.com

Spencer and Company Matthew Spencer 71 Enterprise Dr. Chatham, MA 02633 (508) 945-4222 spencerandcompany.net

Mullen Building & Remodeling LLC Douglas Mullen 171 Route 149 Marston Mills, MA 02648 (508) 737-3249 mullenbuilding.com

Philbrook Engineering and Construction Services Group, Inc. Andrew Philbrook 107 Beach Street Dennis, MA 02638 (508) 385-8682 pecsg.com

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

Pinsonneault Builders Michael Lahart 541 Thomas B Landers Rd. East Falmouth, MA 02536 (508) 477-1835 pinsbuilders.com

Rogers & Marney Builders Inc. Gary Souza 445 Osterville West Barnstable Road Osterville, MA 02655 (508) 428-6106 rogersandmarneybuilders.com

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

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

Ryley Construction LLC John Ryley 8 West Bay Road Osterville, MA 02655 (774) 361-6466 ryleyconstruction.com

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

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

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

Outermost Building & Renovation Ben Dill 3 Towhee Lane Orleans, MA 02653 (774) 722-3430 outermostbuilding.com

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

P.L.F. Construction Inc. Paul Francis 251 Tonset Road Orleans, MA 02653 (508) 237-3051 plfconstruction.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

REEF Cape Cod’s Home Builder Matthew Teague PO Box 186 24 School Street 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

Schoolhouse Construction Inc. Kevin Blute 9 Idle Way Harwich, MA 02645 (508) 430-2128 schoolhouseconstruction.com Scott E. Crosby Builder, Inc. Scott Crosby 1112 Main Street #7 Osterville, MA 02655-1566 (508) 428-9090 scottcrosbybuilder.com Scott Peacock Building & Remodeling Scott Peacock 1046 Main St Suite #7 Osterville, MA 02655 (508) 428-7600 scottpeacockbuilding.com

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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 176 Sudbury Lane Hyannis, MA 02601 (508) 539-1124 starbuckcapecod.com Stello Construction Robert Stello PO 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 Emanuel Heyliger Inc. Theodore (Manny) Heyliger PO Box 23 Wellfleet, MA 02667 (508) 349-3444 T.A. Nelson Construction Co. Inc. Thomas Nelson 1112 Main Street, Suite 12 Osterville, MA 02655 (508) 428-7801 tanelson.com TA LaBarge Inc. Todd Labarge 195A Briar Lane Wellfleet, MA 02667 (508) 364-7015 thelabargecompanies.com


Terrance J Souza Bldg & Rmdlg Terrance Souza 191 Blacksmith Shop Road East Falmouth, MA 02536 (508) 540-0178 souzabuilding.com The House Company Mike Rockwell 30 Perseverance Way, Suite 2 Hyannis, MA 02601 (508) 771-0303 thehouseco.com The Valle Group, Inc. Christian Valle 70 East Falmouth Highway #3 East Falmouth, MA 02536 (508) 548-1450 vallegroup.com Thomas J Fitzgerald Custom Homes Thomas Fitzgerald PO Box 805 Harwich, MA 02645 (508) 240-4951 tjfitzhomes.com Timothy Gray Building & Remodeling, Inc. Timothy Gray 68K Nicoletta’s Way Mashpee, MA 02649 (508) 477-3364 timothygraybuilding.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 Road Brewster, MA 02631 (508) 385-3672 TomTurcketta.com W.D. PRICE, Inc. Wesley Price 231 Main Street, PO #335 Yarmouth Port, MA 02675 (774) 212-2942 wdprice.com Wellfleet Custom Builders Robert Bacon 249 Gross Hill Road Wellfleet, MA 02667 (508) 349-6332 York Construction Inc. Matthew York 116 Route 6A, Suite 2 Sandwich, MA 02563 (774) 413-5497 yorkbuildingcapecod.com

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RESOURCE DIREC TORY GUIDE 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 Road East Falmouth, MA 02536 (508) 540-2848 fuccilloconcrete.com CONSULTANT/BUSINESS MANAGEMENT

Cape Cod Chamber of Commerce Wendy Northcross 5 Patti Page Way Centerville, MA 02632 (508) 362-3225 whycapecod.org

Home Energy Raters LLC Kevin McKenna 180 State Road, Unit 2U Sagamore Beach, MA 02562 (888) 503-2233 energycodehelp.com ICF Michael Berry 97 Old Main Street West Dennis, MA 02670 (774) 212-2785 ICF.com Preferred Marketing Associates, Inc. Ed O’Neill PO 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

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

ENGINEERING/SURVEYING

EDUCATION/SCHOOL

Cape Cod Regional Technical High School Brent Warren 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 leadsmarttraining.com

RamJack New England Heather Capelle 12 Kendrick Rd., Unit 15-16 Wareham, MA 02571 (508) 295-3133 ramjack.com/locations/ ram-jack-ne/

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

Overhead Door of Cape Cod Thomas Skayne 50 Joaquim Road Hyannis, MA 02601 (508) 778-6251 overheaddoorcapecod.com

EXCAVATION

Mass Hire - Cape & Islands Workforce Board Kara Galvin 426 North Street, Suite #9 Hyannis, MA 02601 (508) 775-5900 masshirecapeandislandswb.com

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

Upper Cape Cod Regional Technical School Roger Forget 220 Sandwich Road Bourne, MA 02532 (508) 759-7711 uppercapetech.org

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

ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR

FLOORING/WOOD FLOORS/ CARPETING

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 Drive, 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

FOUNDATIONS/BASEMENTS

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

Carpet Barn Carpet One Floor & Home Bonnie Alferes 719 Main Street 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 Floors & Walls Mike Putnam 379 Iyannough Road Hyannis, MA 02601 (508) 419-6500 floorswalls.com Mac Davis Flooring Ashley Rucki 832 Main Street Osterville, MA 02655 (774) 521-3601 macdavisflooring.com

GARAGE DOORS/OPENERS

GENERATOR SALES & SERVICE

Cape Cod Independent Power Nick Betti 23 Bowdoin Road Mashpee, MA 02649 (508) 477-8887 ccipgenerators.com Generac Power Systems Inc. Dan Harmeyer S45W29290 WI-59 Waukesha, WI 53189 (262) 544-4811 generac.com GRANITE/STONE/MARBLE

Cape Cod Marble & Granite, Inc. Rodrigo Sena 38 Rosary Lane Hyannis, MA 02601 (508) 771-2900 capecodmarbleand granite.com

GREEN PRODUCTS/SOLAR

E2 Solar Inc. Jason Stoots 831 Main Street Dennis, MA 02638 (508) 694-7889 e2solarcapecod.com

Solar Rising LLC Christopher Peterson 759 Falmouth Rd, Unit 8 Mashpee, MA 02649 (508) 744-6284 solarrising.net GUTTERS

The Fiberglass Gutter Company Russ Allen PO Box 26 North Pembroke, MA 02358 (781) 826-3711 fiberglassgutter.com

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HEAVY CIVIL SITE WORK/ EXCAVATION

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

HVAC/ELECTRIC/PLUMBING

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

Coastal Plumbing and Heating LLC 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 MacDougall Plumbing & Mechanical Paul MacDougall 52 Simon Hill Road Norwell, MA 02061 (617) 698-6740 macdougallmechanical.com Robies Heating & Cooling John Robichaud 279 Yarmouth Road Hyannis, MA 02601 (508) 775-3083 robies.com Snow and Jones, Inc. Danielle Jones 167 White’s Path South Yarmouth, MA 02664 (508) 394-0911 snowandjones.com W. Vernon Whiteley Inc. Eric Whiteley 28 Village Landing West Chatham, MA 02669 (508) 945-1100 wvwhiteley.com INSULATION

A Plus Insulation and Foam James McCourt PO Box 52 West Dennis, MA 02670 (508) 760-6700 aplusinsulationfoam.com


Anderson Insulation, Inc. Adam Piccirilli PO Box 2003 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 Greenstamp Corp Andrew Clemons 184 Riverview Avenue Waltham, MA 02453 (781) 899-3618 greenstampco.com INSURANCE/TITLE

C&S Insurance Brian Robertson 190 Channoy Street Mansfield, MA 02048 (508) 339-2951 candsins.com Dowling & O’Neil Insurance Agency John Curley 973 Iyannough Road Hyannis, MA 02601 (508) 957-4235 doins.com

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Mason AHT Insurance Tom Messier 458 South Avenue Whitman, MA 02382 (781) 523-0062 ahtins.com INTERIOR DESIGN

Cathy Kert Interiors LLC Cathy Kert 420 Barlows Landing Road Pocasset, MA 02559 (603) 566-0977 cathykertinteriors.com Donna Elle Design Donna Elle PO Box 1120 Barnstable, MA 02630 (508) 228-7320 donnaelle.com Holly Hudson Designs Holly Hudson 78 Scraggy Neck Road Cataumet, MA 02534 (781) 888-6263 hollyhudsondesigns.com Interior Design Concepts & Remodeling Laurie Anastos 47 The Hunt Circle Mashpee, MA 02632 (508) 477-3737 interiordesignc.com

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RESOURCE DIREC TORY GUIDE Vineyard Home Jacob Avakian 587 Main Street Falmouth, MA 02540 (508) 388-7857 vineyardhome.com

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

KITCHEN & BATH DESIGN

LANDSCAPE DESIGN & BUILD

Schluter Systems Aaron Woodruff 194 Pleaseant Ridge Road Plattsburgh, NY 12901 (517) 416-2911 schluter.com Artisan Kitchens Inc. Amy Britton CKD 937A Main Street Osterville, MA 02655 (508) 428-8828 artisankitchensinc.com Blu’s Shower Door Inc. Matt Dignan 73 Cranberry Hwy. Sagamore, MA 02561 (508) 274-3505 blusshowerdoor.com Classic Kitchens & Interiors Rebecca Brown 127 Airport Road Hyannis, MA 02601 (508) 775-3075 ckdcapecod.com F W Webb Rachael Hyatt 108 Breeds Hill Road Hyannis, MA 02601 (508) 775-2130 frankwebb.com iKitchens Etc. Rich Carl 321 East Falmouth Highway East Falmouth, MA 02536 (508) 457-1530 ikitchensetc.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 Seaside Kitchens & Baths Inc. Dwight Dougherty 211 Rt 149 Suite C Marstons Mills, MA 02648 (774) 521-3441 seasidekitchens.net

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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

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

The Davey Tree Expert Co. Inc. Natascha Batchelor 996 East Falmouth Highway East Falmouth, MA 02536 (508) 548-2662 davey.com

Bobcat of Bourne Tom Ratacik 170 MacArthur Blvd. Buzzards Bay, MA 02532 (508) 759-5020 bobcatbourne.com Chris Mark and Sons, Inc. Bill Witkowski 25A Barlows Landing Road Pocasset, MA 02559 (508) 564-4610 cmslandscape.com 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

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 Community Media Center Kate McMahon 17 Shad Hole Road Dennisport, MA 02639 (508) 394-2388 capemedia.org

Ground Effects Landscaping Sean Bishop 68 Main street Carver, MA 02330 (781) 834-1118 gfxlandscaping.com Jenick Studio & Crawford Land Management Jennifer Crawford 88 Route 6A Sandwich, MA 02563 (612) 756-0942 jenickstudio.com Joyce Landscaping, Inc. Christopher Joyce 68 Flint Street Marstons Mills, MA 02648 (508) 428-4772 joycelandscaping.com Outdoor Lighting Perspectives Matthew Foley 6 Evsun Drive Sandwich, MA 02563 (508) 419-6305 outdoorlights.com

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

Cape Cod Life, LLC Julie Wagner 13 Steeple Street, Suite 204 Mashpee, MA 02649 (508) 419-7381 capecodlife.com Paraclete MultiMedia Charity Spatzeck-Olsen 36 Southern Eagle Cartway Brewster, MA 02631 (508) 255-4685 paracletemultimedia.com MASONRY/PAVING/ STONEWORK

Ideal Concrete Block Company, Inc. Fred Adams 45 Power Rd / PO Box 747 Westford, MA 01886 (978) 692-3076 idealconcreteblock.com

METAL WORK

Make Architectural Metalworking LTD Paul Meneses 2358 Cranberry Highway West Wareham, MA 02576 (508) 273-7603 makearchmetal.com MILLWORK/LUMBER

Fairview Millwork & Kitchens Lei Mahoney 49 Whites Path South Yarmouth, MA 02664 (508) 394-2219 fairvu.com Herrick & White Gary Rousseau 3 Flat Street Cumberland, RI 02864 (401) 658-0440 ext. 314 herrick-white.com The Modern Woodwright, LLC Steve O’Brien 79 Freemans Way Brewster, MA 02631 (774) 212-6070 themodernwoodwright.com MISCELLANEOUS

Cape Cod Vacuum Robert Boffoli 85 Route 6A / PO Box 1438 Orleans, MA 02653 (508) 255-7011 capecodvac.com Peters Property Management Laurie Ferrari 43 Race Point Road, Unit D Provincetown, MA 02657 (508) 487-0399 peterspropertymgt.com NON PROFIT

Cape & Islands License Plate Kristen Hughes 5 Patti Page Way Centerville, MA 02632 (508) 352-3225 FORWARD David Kaplan PO Box 1174 S. Dennis, MA 02660 (508) 397-6924 go-forward.org Cape Cod Landscape Assoc. Diane Johnson 407 North Street, #2 Hyannis, MA 02601 (508) 827-4639 capecodlandscapes.org

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Cape Cod Tech Council Bert Jackson 25 Mid - Tech Drive West Yarmouth , MA 02673 cctechcouncil.org Champ Homes Inc. Mark Adams 82 School Street Hyannis, MA 02601 (508) 771-0885 Ext. 20 champhomes.org Habitat for Humanity of Cape Cod Wendy Cullinan 411 Main Street, Ste 6 Yarmouth Port, MA 02675 (508) 362-3559 habitatcapecod.org 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 Street Hyannis, MA 02601 (508) 771-5400 haconcapecod.org PAINTING INTERIOR/ EXTERIOR

CIA Painting Fernando Cia 50 Tupelo Road Marstons Mills, MA 02648 (508) 469-0429 ciapaintingcapecod.com Sherwin-Williams Paint Company Thomas Ruo 276 Falmouth Road Hyannis, MA 02601 (508) 326-2727 s-w.com PHOTOGRAPHY/VIDEO

Roe Osborn Photography Roe Osborn 440 Pleasant Lake Avenue Harwich, MA 02645 (774) 237-0051 roeosbornphoto.com RSB Video Robert Button PO Box 2082 Sandwich, MA 02563 (774) 836-5117 maggiesfarmproductions.net


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RESOURCE DIREC TORY GUIDE POOLS

TILE

Viola Associates John Viola 110 Rosary Lane, Unit A Hyannis, MA 02601 (508) 771-3457 violaassociates.com

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

PROPANE/GAS/FUEL

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

Snow’s Fuel Company LLC Harrison Snow 18 Main Street Orleans, MA 02653 (508) 255-1090 snowsfuel.com REAL ESTATE SALES

Cape Cod & Islands Association of Realtors Ryan Castle 22 Mid-Tech Drive West Yarmouth, MA 02673 (508) 957-4300 cciaor.com Prime Properties Ltd Partnership Kenneth Marsters 509 Falmouth Road Mashpee, MA 02649 (508) 477-4444 primehomesandrealty.com SPECIALTY ROOMS - FITNESS

Connect Fit LLC Norman Morrison 84 Needham Street Newton, MA 02461 (617) 799-7020 connectfit.com

Cloutier Supply Anthony Raggio 445 West Main Street Hyannis, MA 02601 (508) 775-6100 cloutiersupply.com

TOOLS

ADVERTISERS INDEX A&A Building & Remodeling/ Lowen. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 Aluminum Products of Cape Cod. . . . 36 Andersen Windows & Doors . . . . . . . . . . . Inside Back Cover AP Kimball Construction . . . . . . . . . . . . 36 Architectural Design, Inc.; ADBuild, LLC. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 Bannon Custom Builders. . . . . . . . . . . . 11 Beacon Marine Construction LLC. . . . 22 Bellew Tile & Marble. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24 Best Tile . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 64 Cape & Islands License Plate. . . . . . . . . 85 Cape Cod 5. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21 Cape Cod Ready Mix. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18 Classic Kitchen & Interiors. . . . . . . . . . . 22 Coastal Engineering. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15

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WELL DRILLING

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

UTILITIES

WINDOW BLINDS/SHADES/ SHUTTERS

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

Turek Tile Inc. Michael Turek 63 Whites Path South Yarmouth, MA 02664 (508) 258-5110 turektile.com Northeast Tool Supply Company Chris Saucier 19 Lots Hollow Road Orleans, MA 02653 (508) 240-0764 northeast-tool.com

TRUCKS/TRUCK PRODUCTS

Buckler’s Towing Service, Inc. Nathan Buckler 116 Ridgewood Avenue Hyannis, MA 02601 (508) 775-2803 bucklerstowing.com

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

International Upright Services Bob Doolin 31B Leicester Street North Oxford, MA 01537 (781) 767-4022 ius.us.com

New England Shutter Mills Karl Ivester 189 Route 28 West Harwich, MA 02646 (781) 729-7800 newenglandshutter.com

DryZone Basement Systems Rachel Post 850 Bedford Street Bridgewater, MA 02324 (508) 657-6012 dryzonebasementsystems.com

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

Gibson Waterproofing Bill Gibson 21 Six Penny Lane Harwich Port, MA 02646 (508) 432-2417 gibsonwaterproofing. thebluebook.com

WINDOWS/SKYLIGHTS/ DOORS

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

Cooperative Bank of Cape Cod, The . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25 Donna Elle Design . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 Encore Construction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18 Falmouth Lumber/Anderson Windows & Doors. . . . . . . . . . . . Inside Front Cover First Citizens. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18 George Davis, Inc.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 Habitat for Hummanity of Cape Cod / Restore. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 85 Housing Assistance Corporation. . . . . 50 Ideal Concrete Block Co./ Stonewood Products. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 75 Jill Neubauer Architects. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 Joyce Landscaping. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 KAM Appliances . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 Lineal Construction, Inc.. . . . . . . . . . . . . 25 M. Duffany Builders. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 64 McPhee Associates of Cape Cod. . . . . 75 Meyer + Sons Builders, Inc.. . . . . . . . . . 24

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Pella Windows & Doors Karin Drake 1600 Falmouth Road, Ste. 9 Centerville, MA 02632 (508) 771-9730 gopella.com Upstate Door Jen Gniazdowski 26 Industrial Street Warsaw, NY 14569 (585) 228-1324 upstatedoor.com Velux America LLC Dave Poikonen 754 Rainbow Road Windsor, CT 06095 (888) 838-3589 veluxusa.com WOODWORKING & CARPENTRY

Driftwood Custom Woodcraft Darryl Dziubek 36 Bakers Pond Road Orleans, MA 02653 (413) 320-2843 ML Custom Woodworking Cezar Lanca 105 Ferndoc Street, Unit G Hyannis, MA 02601 (508) 534-9328 mlcustomwork.com Pine Harbor Wood Products Jamie McGrath 259 Queen Anne Road Harwich, MA 02645 (508) 430-2800 pineharbor.com

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