Classic Connecticut Homes LLC
3 Reviews
My firm, Classic Connecticut Homes, specializes in the construction, restoration and renovation of fine homes and interiors. We work hard to conceive and construct high quality environments, based on classical elements, that are comfortable yet elegant.

Our ultimate goal is to create living spaces through careful planning and creative thinking that endure the test of time while providing our clients with exceptional service and value.

Specialties:New Residential Construction, Fine Historic Restorations, Interior Millwork, and Whole House Remodels.

Services Provided
Bathroom Remodeling, Custom Homes, Energy-Efficient Homes, Garage Building, Historic Building Conservation, Home Additions, Home Extensions, Home Remodeling, Kitchen Design, Kitchen Remodeling, New Home Construction, Outdoor Kitchen Construction, Custom Cabinets, Deck Repair, Window Installation

Areas Served
Bedford, Cross River, Georgetown, Goldens Bridge, Greenwich, Katonah, New Canaan, North Salem, Pound Ridge, Poundridge, Purdys, Redding, Redding Center, Ridgefield, Scotts Corners, South Salem, Stamford, Waccabuc, Weston, Westport, Wilton, Darien

Certifications and Awards
2009 NY Post Dream House
2010 HOBI Award
2010 Cottage & Gardens IDA Finalist
Contact: Devin Meenan
Location: P.O. Box
Ridgefield, CT 06877
Typical Job Costs: $25,000 - 5 million
Commented: fixing sloped ceiling crown molding disaster There are two fixes I see at this point: Hold the crown down so that it reads closer to level which will result in a gap at the ceiling and then "float" the ceiling with compound. In concert...
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Commented: Soapstone vs Honed Granite vs. Leathered Granite Our client selected hone granite for this kitchen renovation. They were leaning toward soapstone but when they realized they could get the "look" with honed granite, I think that convinced them to go ...
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Commented: How tall should my baseboards be in my new build? Traditional house with eight foot ceilings i would recommend the 5 3/4 baseboard, a 4 1/2 wide casing with a minimum depth of at least 5/4. Hard to say about crown in the vaulted spaces, and I don't k...
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Commented: Need to choose a stain by tomorrow for red oak floors!! I wanted to second Al Fortunato's comments about not selecting the finish color without seeing a "finished" product. Very hard to gauge stain without the lustre of a finish. That is why I original...
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Commented: Please need plumber help It wouldn't be fair for me to comment on their pricing because there are too many variables: rough-in materials, does/did this change the diameters of the inlet pipes, or the number of valves, the siz...
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Commented: Kitchen Cabinet Design This is one of our custom kitchens that incorporates a soffit. It's a nice detail that keeps the cabinet height manageable while providing the space with a nice open feel.
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