Home Remodeling Contractor in Falmouth, Massachusetts

Like much of Cape Cod, Falmouth’s early industries included farming, whaling, salt works and sheep husbandry, which became very popular with the introduction of Marino sheep and water-powered mills that could process the wool. In 1837, Falmouth averaged about 50 sheep per square mile. By 1872, the train reached Falmouth and Woods Hole, and the first summer homes appeared.

Today, Falmouth is the second largest municipality on the Cape next to Barnstable, and is home to the Otis National Air Force Base and The Woods Hole, Martha’s Vineyard and Nantucket Steamship Authority. It’s also the official Steward of the Nobska Light House, and the birthplace of Katherine Lee Bates, an American songwriter, and author of “America the Beautiful”

To learn more about this area, please visit the town of Falmouth’s website here.

Shown below is some interior work we completed in near-by Chatham for Dan Russell of Sears Point Development, including a kitchen and bar area, coffered ceiling and some tall ship-lap wainscot.

Thanks to Wayne Carmichael for his assistance on this project.

We are proud to offer our services to Falmouth and other cape communities, doing our part to preserve the Cape’s iconic charm and character. Please contact us to discuss your Falmouth remodeling needs. Russell Mill Remodeling desires to make your dreams become a reality.

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