It all started just over ten years ago with a plan to build smart, quality, eco-friendly homes. “McMansions” were being built with the minimum amount of insulation, huge inefficient HVAC systems, and extra space that served little to no purpose. Quite simply, these houses were going to be completely undesirable over the next 20-30 years, if they weren’t already. We had other ideas… smarter homes, with large open floor plans, super-insulated, with smaller ultra-efficient HVAC systems. With the environment and cutting-edge building technology in mind, our goal was to build homes that would run on very little energy, or with the addition of solar panels, could actually be net-zero energy homes.
A New Leaf
Dreams became realities in 2015 by adding a wood shop to the business where all of our own cabinetry and built-ins for our projects were made. Chris O’Neil was a member of our crew and having already run a successful wood shop when he lived in Colorado, we knew we had the right person to head up this new venture! Every piece that comes out of the shop is second to none. Not only that, all of the wood is formaldehyde free, uses soy-based glues, and is 100% FSC certified. Our spray booth uses the most advanced paints and finishes as well, keeping air quality and environmental impact at the forefront of these creative and unique additions to our projects. We love working with clients to design and produce beautiful, custom cabinetry for kitchens and bathrooms and it's a treat to also think of ways to make every nook useful with a built-in, banquette, closet, bar, etc. The possibilities are endless.
Ten years MIGHTY, we are very proud of the 200+ projects we’ve worked on in the seacoast area! Our number one goal for every project is to make our clients happy. Of course, there are other goals too—building to the highest standards of our craft, constantly learning about building science, and keeping the health of our clients at the forefront of our decisions. Our work is fun and every employee is passionate about what they do so we never stop learning about ways to improve our projects.