A parade of fixtures from brands such as Kohler, Moen, and Grohe tempts kitchen and bath savants at The Somerville Showroom. An Aqueous single-hole bathroom faucet shoots a steady flow of water into waiting basins ($111.07), and a Kohler Cachet elongated toilet seat snaps off easily to be cleaned or used as an emergency Frisbee ($59.30). Alternately, a polished chrome Kohler Flipside showerhead caresses soul cases with four different flavors of spray—a traditional shower, a dense and drenching spa mist, a pulsating water massage, and a circular-patterned spray ($95.30). Homeowners can also bring along detailed plans of a bathroom or kitchen remodel, and knowledgeable staff members can advise which faucet finishes will complement countertops or pink-and-red Hello Kitty color schemes.
• For $50, you get $100 toward plumbing services. • For $99, you get a drain cleaning (up to a $269 value). • For $139, you get a drain cleaning, water-heater flush, and plumbing inspection for the whole house (up to a $375 value).
Stewart Enterprises does for homes what a spa does for bodies: they make them look and operate better from top to bottom, inside and out. The company, which has been a pinnacle of the area’s home-improvement industry since 1977, takes great pride in hiring local workers. Today, they dispatch their workers all over the surrounding area for anything from renovation projects, to new roofs, to kitchen remodels, to baths, basements and so much more. But Stewart Enterprises doesn't just repair and renovate: they also construct additions so owners don't have to pump steroids into their houses' duct work to make it grow.
The handymen at apple remodeling share a combined 75 years of experience. With an emphasis on skilled craftsmanship and timely completion of projects, they tackle all manner of household tasks, such as electrical systems upgrades, dry wall construction, and plumbing repairs and installations. For homeowners looking to switch it up, they also perform remodeling services, renovating out-of-date kitchens, erecting new sun rooms, or building additions to expand houses without having to feed them tons of corn.