Hebert Design Build
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Over the last three decades, Hebert Design/Build has delivered what homeowners want: a commitment to quality, a passion for detail, and an understanding of best building practices for the unique coastal and inland environments found in Rhode Island, southeastern Connecticut, and southeastern Massachusetts.

Led by founder and president, Tim Hebert, HBD has developed an outstanding reputation for building custom homes, additions/second floors, kitchen remodeling, and bath renovations that offer superior design, functionality, and beauty. Whether a client enjoys a home with traditional surroundings or eclectic decor, Hebert Design/Build can create an extraordinary home or living space that is specifically designed to accommodate every client's unique lifestyle. LEAD License: LHCF-0051.

Services Provided
Attic Restoration, Bathroom Remodeling, Custom Homes, Home Additions, Home Extensions, Home Remodeling, Kitchen Remodeling, New Home Construction

Areas Served
Charlestown, East Greenwich, Exeter, Hope Valley, Kingston, Narragansett, North Kingstown, Saunderstown, Wakefield, Wakefield-Peacedale, West Kingston, Westerly

Certifications and Awards
- Rhode Island Builders Association
- Lead Safe EPA Certified Contractor
- Best of Houzz 2015
Rhode Island Design Build Firm | Best of Houzz

Contact: Tim Hebert
Location: Unit R18 351 Liberty Lane
W. Kingston, RI 02892
License Number: RI 732; CT HIC.0582660
Typical Job Costs: $30,000 - 2,000,000
Commented: sink console stand Hi Alexandra, The sink console was custom made by Palmer Industries, 379 Charles Street, Prov. RI 02904 It is 24" deep and 42" wide. phone 800-398-9676 Palmerindustries.com
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Commented: Wonderful bathroom! Where are sconces from? Thank you for your kind words! The sconces are the Sine Vanity Wall Sconce by Motiv in polished chrome. They were purchased from Lightology.com.
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Commented: I love the console sink, can you please tell me where it came from? Thank you for your interest! The sink is custom made and designed by Hebert Design/Build.
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Commented: tub side stool Thank you for asking. The stool is the "Prince Aha Stool" made by Kartell.
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Commented: Information about the Vanity? Vanities are from IKEA
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