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Another beautiful front porch has been completed for these local Boston residents! We usually take images before the deck was taken down but this time we didn't the opportunity. Below you can see the transformation from having no deck at all to having a top of the line, beautiful Trex deck! T...

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Moss growing on roofs is a common problem that homeowners will endure. It is an unsightly blemish but even more importantly, it can threaten the overall integrity of your roof and your home. Why do I have moss on my roof? The shingles on your home can become an ideal grounds for moss growth with...

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Another successful job just got completed in Newton Massachusetts! Capital Construction Contracting was happy to provide these local homeowners who were having some troubles with an outdated roof. Their roof was wearing down with stains, leaks and much more. Our team installed a dark gray GAF asphal...

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If you're interested in getting new siding it's important that you understand whether it is time or not to replace your current siding. If it looks a little faded, you could just need a little maintenance, but there are plenty of signs that you should move forward with new siding.  Before you c...

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Capital Construction Contracting is happy to have finished up one of our latest decking jobs in Boston! Deck season has arrived and these homeowners are ready for it! Overlooking Boston Harbor, they have an amazing view but the deck just wasn't cutting it. It was outdated and brought down the appear...

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Capital Construction Contracting was in Charlestown throughout April giving this home a major upgrade. Prior to contacting us, this house was in trouble from the siding on its home falling apart to its asphalt roofing and flat roofing bringing in new leaks. What they needed was a complete replacemen...

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