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Home Remodeling Services Danvers, MA

Breathing New Life Into Older Homes with Remodeling Services in Danvers, MA

Top to Bottom, Inside and Out, Home Renovation

Even the most charming home requires some tender loving care after 60+ years. The WORKS team pressure washed and painted the exterior of this post-World War II two-story home, replaced windows, fixed rotting molding around doors, repaired siding and lattice work, re-shingled the roof, replaced gutters, gave the homeowners a brand new box window in their kitchen (perfect for growing herbs) and replaced and painted the back porch and back door.

The homeowner asked WORKS to fix up the inside, too, with new baseboards and trim, and to patch the floor where a radiator had been removed. The homeowners’ response at the end of the project? “Awesome!”

Because the professionals at WORKS have teamed together for so long, we are able to handle almost any home renovation or restoration project. When outside experts are needed (for example, electricians), we rely on trusted subcontractors who meet our own high standards for on time, on budget, quality results.

WORKS has completed restoration and renovation projects throughout the North Shore of Boston, including Amesbury, Beverly, Boxford, Essex, Georgetown, Gloucester, Groveland, Hamilton, Ipswich, Lynn, Lynnfield, Rowley, Marblehead, Manchester-by-the-Sea, Middleton, Nahant, Newbury, Newburyport, Peabody, Rockport, Salem, Swampscott, Topsfield, Wenham, Middleton, and West Newbury. WORKS by JesseDeBenedictis is fully licensed by the state of Massachusetts (# CS 91245 and HIC # 132798),

At the head of the Danvers River, with the Ipswich River along its western border, Danvers was settled by English colonists in 1630 and first named Salem Village. Here Rebecca Nurse was convicted of witchcraft in 1692. Like many towns on the North Shore of Boston, Danvers had very little respect for the King of England; when he refused to allow them to incorporate as a town, the citizens incorporated anyway in 1757 and placed the royal refusal on their town seal. In 1855, part Danvers became itself a separate town, Southern Danvers, now Peabody.