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Fallon Custom Homes & Renovations

171 Reservoir Street
Needham, MA 02494
(781) 237-0505
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Fallon Custom Homes & Renovations

Peter founded Fallon Custom Homes & Renovations in 1984. With more than 25 years of experience, he has established a company that is dedicated to the art of residential construction and renovation. ​

If you have been dreaming of building a new home or renovating an existing one, Fallon Custom Homes can make that dream a reality. Serving the Boston and MetroWest area for over a quarter century, Fallon’s project managers and carpenters are skilled craftsmen—a trait that shows in each and every project.

Fallon Custom Homes can customize your home using only the highest quality materials and knowledge of the latest components that make for luxurious living. Their passion for fine woodworking led to the creation of a custom cabinet and millwork shop...Read More

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Boston Design Guide's top Instagram posts from September 2017 Did you favorites make our top 10 list? Follow us @bostondesignguide and tag us in your home design photos for a repost! 10 A dose of fine symmetry... even though we've made it through this week's halfway pointShutters by Timberlane Shutters; Architecture by Daniel Contelmo Architects 9 In the hands of Jan Gleysteen Architects, a...
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(The Lagassé Group) Sure, high-end custom builders are top-of-their-trade professionals, who are discerning about their materials and craft. But that’s not all they are…. 1) They’re troubleshooters. High-end builders like to get involved early on, in the pre-construction phase. Your builder can help you with site planning, engineering, permitting and can navigate the many details of site...
Architectural millwork and construction by Fallon Custom Homes & Renovations; interior design: Sharon Staley Interiors; photo by Greg Premru
(Architectural millwork and construction by Fallon Custom Homes & Renovations; interior design: Sharon Staley Interiors; photo by Greg Premru) “Millwork is an interesting category,” says Paul Reidt, president and partner at Kochman, Reidt + Haigh Cabinetmakers. “If you think about a home as a container and contents, you might say that the architecture is the container, and the furnishings and...