Magnolia

When the elderly owner of this home no longer could manage it on her own, her son remembered that Main Street Fine Homes had purchased and renovated the home next door just a year ago. He called Main Street for help!           Sometimes the changes are massive, other times, they are small, but can have huge impact. In this kitchen, for instance, we added a base cabinet...
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Philadelphia

Buying and renovating a home in an urban market is much different than in a suburban neighborhood. “You really have to know your market,” explains Main Street Fine Homes President Paul Szkotak.           To ensure this attached row home “fit” with the neighborhood, Main Street Fine Homes kept the outside “true” to the style of the...
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Sicklerville

Main Street Fine Homes is dedicated to ensuring the properties we renovate meet our very high standards. We do what we have to do, so this fire-damaged home was renovated — twice!           Despite the efforts of a specialized fire restoration company and the initial renovation, the house still smelled of the fire. That’s not how Main Street Fine Homes...
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Moorestown

Although it looked great on the surface — including beautiful wainscoting — turned out to be hiding some problems that required us to take apart a lot of the house!         That wainscoting turned out to be poorly stained plywood. There were complex structural issues we needed to address. When even the architects and engineers could not identify a...
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