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Suburban Construction
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403 Franklin St
Melrose, MA 02176
Suburban is a full-service construction company based in Melrose MA. We specialize in major renovations, additions and custom home builds as well as custom kitchen and bath remodeling. We offer a wide range of services including: architectural drawings and plans, interior design, project management, general contracting, major home transformations, additions, remodeling, custom kitchens & bath, custom home builds, millwork, built-in cabinetry, mud rooms, framing, excavation, foundations and more.
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