Open communications, trust and honesty—these are qualities you will find in a relationship builder—and they’re what you value in any good relationship. Ted Goodnow writes about the importance of building good relationships in his blog post.Read more
Community service and employee volunteerism is an important part of the Woodmeister culture. In my blog posts – Meisters Doing Good, I like to feature these heroes and let them tell their stories. This post is on Keith Henry and his work with Autism Awareness.Read more
In Neal Adamiak's blog post, he'll reveal some interesting construction details on how to attach a pergola structure to a roof.
Emily Coutu, recently achieved her CKD (Certified Kitchen Designer) certification. This is the hallmark for a kitchen design professional, and is based on in-depth testing and extensive industry experience and knowledge
Check out this exciting article about a very chic Woodmeister project on Nantucket featured on the cover of Cottages and Bungalows.
You'll read about how innovative homeowners abandon plans to destroy an old fisherman's shack to build a modern home in it's place. Instead, they used it to create a cozy beach cottage with architectural design by Moger Mehrhof Architects and some clever ideas on interior design for small spaces by Seldom Scene Interiors.
A Brookline, Massachusetts, family gets a modern space that'y sleek, efficient, kid friendly, and kosher to boot.
Check out this great article on how a kitchen was transformed into a highly functional space and also features a family favorite recipe for chicken soup with Matzo balls!
(Holden, Mass) February 4, 2013 - Woodmeister Master Builders is pleased to announce the appointment of
On June 27, 2012, Ted and