News from Morse Constructions

 

Winter 2017

Morse Constructions Named 2017 Best of Houzz

Morse Constructions is honored to be awarded  "Best of Houzz"  for service for the fifth consecutive year. Read more

 

Winter 2016

Morse Constructions Named 2016 Best of Houzz

Morse Constructions is honored to be named "Best of Houzz" 2016 for client satisfaction. This is the fourth consecutive year that we have received this honor. Read more

 

Fall 2015

Morse Constructions Bathroom Renovation featured in Winter 2015 New Old House Magazine

Interior designer Barbara Elza Hirsch turned to Morse Constructions to renovate the master bathroom in her Acton, MA farmhouse. The results were profiled in the Winter 2015 issue of New Old House magazine. Read more
 

Summer 2015

Morse Constructions Earns Houzz Recognition

Morse received the Influencer and Recommended badges from Houzz in recognition of our strong reviews and contributions to Houzz discussions. Read more

 

Winter 2015

Morse Constructions Wins Eastern Massachusetts NARI CotY Award

The Eastern Massachusetts chapter of the National Association of the Remodeling Industry (NARI) honored Morse with a Gold Award for Interior Remodeling in its 2015 Contractor of the Year (CotY) awards program. Read more

NARI Names Morse Constructions Regional Winner for Residential Interior in National Competition

The National Association of the Remodeling Industry (NARI) named Morse Constructions 2015 Regional Winner, Region 1 Northeast, in the Residential Interior $75,000 to $150,000 category of its annual national awards competition. Morse Constructions won for its work maximizing small space on the first floor of a Cambridge, MA home. Read more

Morse Constructions Named 2015 Best of Houzz

Morse Constructions is honored to be named "Best of Houzz" 2015 for both design and client satisfaction. This is the third consecutive year that we have received this honor. Read more

 

Summer 2014

Paul Morse Earns Master Certified Remodeler Designation from NARI

Paul Morse earned the prestigious Master Certified Remodeler (NCR) designation from the National Association of the Remodeling Industry (NARI). The designation indicates a contractor's superior remodeling knowledge, dedication to the industry, and community involvement. Learn more 

 

Spring 2014

Morse Featured in Boston Globe Article on Aging-in-Place

Paul Morse was quoted and his comments were used as the lead in an article entitled "Aging in YOUR Place" by Jay Fitzgerald, which appeared in the April 13, 2014 issue of the Boston Sunday Globe. Paul and Karen Morse's recently renovated home was also featured in the article about modifying homes to make it possible for their owners to age-in-place.  Read the article 

 

Winter 2014

Morse Named 2014 Best of Houzz

Morse Constructions is delighted to be named "Best of Houzz" 2014 for both design and client satisfaction. This is the second consecutive year that we have received this honor. Read more

 

Fall 2013

Morse Receives Gold Award for Best Universal Design

Morse Constructions is honored to receive a Gold Award for Best Universal Design at the 2013 PRISM Awards hosted by the Builders & Remodelers Association of Greater Boston (BRAGB) on October 30, 2013. Read more

Morse Project Featured in This Old House

A kitchen built by Morse Constructions was featured in "12 Color Combos that Really Cook" in the September issue of This Old House.  View the article

 

Summer 2013

Paul Morse Talks About Renovating to Age-in-Place for Boston Globe Article

Paul was pleased to be used as a source in a June 30, 2013 Boston Globe Magazine story by Sally Abrahms on baby boomer housing. View the article here

Morse Publishes Free Guide to Renovations to Age-in-Place

Morse Constructions has released a free 16-page online guide to help homeowners consider aging-in-place and visitability issues in their renovation plans. The guide defines aging-in-place and visitability, addresses common misconceptions, provides examples and photos of renovations and offers checklists and resources. View the aging-in-place guide.

Morse Joins National Aging-in-Place Council

Morse joined the National Aging-in-Place Council, a network of professionals from the private, public and non-profit sectors who help seniors plan for their future housing and care needs.

 

Spring 2013

Morse Receives 2013 Guildmaster Award

Morse Constructions has been awarded a 2013 Guildmaster Award for exceptional customer service. GuildQuality, an independent customer satisfaction surveying company, has powered the Guildmaster Award since 2005 to celebrate service excellence in the building, remodeling, contracting, and home services professions.

Winter 2013

Morse Receives Best of Houzz Award

Morse has been awarded “Best of Remodeling” 2013 by Houzz, the leading online platform for residential remodeling and design.  The Houzz “Best of Remodeling” award for 2013 is given in two categories: Customer Satisfaction and Design. Customer Satisfaction award winners are based on homeowner members who rated their experience working with remodeling professionals. Design award winners’ work was the most popular among the Houzz community.Morse Constructions was named “Best of Houzz” for both customer satisfaction and design.

 

Fall 2012

Morse Featured in Remodeling Magazine

Remodeling Magazine featured Morse Constructions in an article on replacing job descriptions with position contracts to help new employees set goals and understand how their job affects others in the company. Paul Morse was quoted throughout the article and Morse's position contracts were used as examples. Read the full article

Morse Releases Free Ebook on Renovating Older Homes

Morse Constructions 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.The magazine-style ebook includes solutions to common problems in older homes, photos and information about popular updates, and tips to evaluate whether your home is a good candidate for renovation. View the ebook