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Meet the Team: Carpenter Abe Fender

Abe Fender joined the steveworks team in early 2018 as a highly skilled carpenter. With more than two decades of carpentry experience under his belt, Abe is a seasoned professional adept at all aspects of residential construction including framing, roofing, siding, doors, windows and trim work … to name just a few! Abe grew up […]

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Building Better, More Energy Efficient, Walls

You probably don’t give a lot of thought to wall construction, but here at steveworks, we give it A LOT of thought. In fact, there are many ways to build a wall, but not all of them are… Up to official Massachusetts code standards Energy efficient Keeping best “green building” practices in mind Using low […]

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Cool Products: The Galley Kitchen Workstation

    I recently attended a “Lunch and Learn” at Designer Bath in Watertown on kitchen workstations. Sponsored by The Galley, these products turn the humble sink into a powerhouse food prep, serving and clean-up station.  Especially when paired with a two-burner induction cooktop, they save steps, control messes and up the ante in a kitchen. Sizes range from […]

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Welcome Carpenter Alex Pawling!

We are pleased to have added a new carpenter to our team. Alex Pawling joined us in May so we can report that he’s fitting in perfectly with our crew. He grew up in Newton but had migrated all the way to Bozeman Montana when we snagged him and lured him back to the Boston […]

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Tobi style workwear

Modern Technology Enhances Old Tecnique

I was sent a newsletter from a publication called Tools of the Trade. The article is about residential construction techniques in Japan. I thought the article was interesting from two points of view. One being how new technology and automation is stepping in to keep up with construction. The other, which is a derivative point […]

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What I learned at WPI today

I attended a great workshop at Worchester Polytechnic Institute (WPI, a very cool place) on Deep Energy Retrofits (DER).  DER  renovations involve super insulation techniques, high efficiency mechanical ( heat,A/C, ventilation, domestic hot water) and if executed well can bring the energy load of a home down by 70%.  They also promote much healthier living spaces. […]

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