October 09, 2012
Morse Constructions Inc., a design/build renovation firm serving Boston area homeowners, has released a 38-page ebook entitled “How to Breathe New Life into Older Homes.” Liberally illustrated with project photos, the ebook is filled with inspiration and advice for Massachusetts homeowners who are thinking about updating an older home.
Morse Constructions’ magazine-style ebook includes solutions to common problems in older homes, photos and information about popular updates, and tips to evaluate if your home is a good candidate for renovation. “How to Breathe New Life into Older Homes” is available for free online viewing or download at morseconstructions.com.
“The greater Boston area is known for its wonderful older homes, but the floor plans and features of these homes may not support modern lifestyles or the particular needs of their owners,” explains Paul Morse, founder and president of Morse Constructions. “We wrote the ebook for all the homeowners who treasure the heritage of their homes but are tired of adapting their lifestyles to the house instead of the other way around.”
The ebook is part of Morse Constructions’ program to provide useful renovation and home construction information to Boston area homeowners. The firm previously published a white paper on universal design and maintains a blog with articles on a wide range of home renovation topics. Founder Paul Morse is also a regular guest blogger on home construction issues for boston.com’s Real Estate Today.
About Morse Constructions
Morse Constructions Inc...Since the company was founded more than 35 years ago, it has remained dedicated to creating a collaborative, enjoyable, clearly defined renovation process. Morse Constructions’ work has been featured in numerous publications, including Architectural Digest, Better Homes and Gardens and The Boston Globe. In 2003, Remodeling Magazine named Morse to its list of the top 50 remodeling companies in the country. Visit http://www.morseconstructions.com for more information.
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