A Renovation or Addition:
Enhances our client’s lifestyle
Preserves the beauty and integrity of the past
Accommodates current and future needs through creative attention to form and function
Contributes to the healthy future of our communities and the world
The Morse Philosophy
We believe a successful renovation or addition is about so much more than the end result. It is also about a collaborative, enjoyable, clear process that features attentive listening, frequent communication, and great care and respect for our clients, our team and the environment.
Finding Light-Filled Space Under the Eaves
Wendy C. and her husband opted to renovate their 1890s home in Allston rather than move. They wanted to transform a warren of unfinished and partially finished rooms in the attic into useable space. Morse worked on the project during the COVID pandemic, creating a large area for working or playing ...
Creating Flexible Work Spaces
The COVID pandemic made us all reassess our homes, placing a priority on flexible spaces that can be reconfigured for work and play. Working with Maxwell Architects, we built an addition to provide a flexible, hardworking space for an active family in Newton. As part of the renovation, we ...
Creating Contemporary, Communal Family Space
When Becky and Mike Oliver bought their home in Wayland, they knew they would be renovating. The kitchen was closed off from the living area and the décor did not reflect the Oliver’s contemporary aesthetic. As parents of two young children, the couple wanted a more communal space that ...
Kind Words from Our Clients
Morse Construction did a wonderful job remodeling our main floor living space so we can more comfortably “retire in place.” Working with them on the design was a delight. During construction they took great care to keep us informed and involved. The quality of the work was excellent.
– Stephen S.