Our Latest Ebook: Aging-in-Place Renovations

Aging-in-Place and visitability renovation issues have been a hot topic in our office recently. I testified at the State House in early May about visitability, we became members of the National Aging in Place Council, and we wrote an ebook about renovating to age-in-place.

Why the emphasis on aging-in-place? We certainly design and build renovations for homeowners of all ages. No matter the age of the homeowner, we feel it simply makes good sense to plan for potential future issues when renovating a home. Even if you don’t intend to grow old in your house, a major renovation is the ideal time to make your home as welcoming as possible to visitors and guests of all ages and mobility.

aging-in-place renovation ebookWhat is aging-in-place and visitability? Why should you consider such issues if you are still young? What are key aging-in-place renovation elements?

I hope you will consider reading our free ebook on Renovating to Age-in-Place to find out more. You can download it at the link below.

Please email me or call us at if you have any questions or would like to discuss a possible project.

Download Renovating to Age-in-Place

Tags: aging in place, visitability, renovation guides, renovation ebooks, Boston remodeling

Home Renovation Inspiration: Modern Flair for Older Boston Homes

We are in the process of renovating our own older home in Cambridge. When we finish, the interior will be much more contemporary and open. We love the suprise of a traditional exterior cloaking a modern interior, yet it is a priority to preserve the architectural features that give the house character and integrity.

If you own one of Boston's many wonderful older homes, you may love its architectural details, but yearn for solutions to awkward floorplans, smaller rooms and insufficient storage. Maybe you envy the clean lines and openness of contemporary spaces.

Renovation is the answer! We've compiled some inspiring examples of surprising renovations of historic homes from around the country -- including a recent one that we completed in Boston. Please take a look at some of these Ideabooks from Houzz.

If you have any questions or need help envisioning your space in new ways, we would be happy to speak with you. Please don't hesitate to contact us. -- Paul & Karen Morse


Tags: Historic Renovations, renovation ideas, whole home renovation