For most of us, our home is the largest investment in our lives and we should trust its care with experienced professionals who’ll protect its value and integrity. Site Specific has been handling historic home renovations on the East Side for years. Their craftsmen ensure projects are done properly, efficiently and in a timely manner. By creating a relationship with a lead contractor like Site Specific, they’ll develop a full understanding of your home’s condition and be able to forecast upcoming maintenance. Site Specific’s service work has been growing steadily for years. Peter Crump, co-owner, states, “We renovate a kitchen, but it doesn’t stop there. Our clients then ask us to handle all their homes service needs on an ongoing basis and we provide those services; it’s what we do well.”
This has been a brutal winter and now is the time to address issues ignored in the fall. Peter explains that missed maintenance on boilers, or not securing the flashing around your chimney and leaking roofs can cause major damage. As we approach spring, now is the time to handle immediate repairs like making sure downspout outlets are free of debris and able to dispose of water away from your house. Basic stuff, right, but ignoring this can lead to the biggest culprit of harm to your home: water damage. In the fall a yearly boiler service call, which costs very little, will provide peace of mind next winter when temperatures drop below zero.
Site Specific continues to perform masterful build-outs for kitchens, bathrooms, master suites and additions. Old housing stock throughout Rhode Island and on the East Side requires extensive knowledge and aesthetic sense. Site Specific excels at both. A current project involves a renovation at the Old Stone Bank on South Main Street. When pressed to confirm rumors the project entails a residential conversion, Peter responded with a laugh: “no comment.” In commercial work, they are working on a 30,000 square foot renovation in Pawtucket for Pet Food Experts’ new corporate headquarters. Call Site Specific today to plan work on your next home or commercial business project.
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