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Laplante Construction sheds light on current window trends. There are more options for window aesthetics than ever before. We sat down with Bill Laplante, president of Laplante Construction, to discuss the different types of windows his firm has recently installed on residential projects. A rounded dining area features windows on three sides (shown above). “To
Generations of experience and a focus on quality are the core of Laplante Construction. The company, first under the leadership of Ray Laplante who started the company in 1964, and now with his son Bill at the helm, has been building homes of refined distinction for homeowners across the Baystate for over 50 years.
Coffered ceilings, nickel gap shiplap accent walls, and intricate moldings are custom details Laplante Construction, a luxury home builder based in East Longmeadow, Massachusetts, knows well. From intricate traditional styles to sleek and simple designs, Laplante creates a wide range of custom details and is now serving Cape Cod with a satellite office in Orleans.
East Longmeadow-based home builder, Laplante Construction, opens an outpost on Cape Cod.
Eclectic Examples of Energy Efficiency: A built-from-scratch smart house makes the grade.
SOMERS, Conn. - Thomas Jefferson's Monticello is on the nickel. Monticello was once on the $2 bill. Monticello also used to be on postage stamps. It is still on schoolhouse walls, postcards and included in books tracing the history of American architecture. And now, a full-sized $6 million replica of Jefferson's Virginia plantation home is
S. Prestley Blake turned 100 years old last month, cofounded the Friendly’s restaurant chain with his brother 79 years ago, and probably figures he can do whatever he wants at this stage of his long life.
Inside Prestley Blake's Monticello. Keep calm and carry on. That's what you do when Friendly Ice Cream Corp. co-founder S. Prestley Blake telephones and asks you to build a sky's-the-limit 21st-century reproduction of a beloved 18th century American landmark.