In April 2018, Buxton can expect a new smokehouse, grill and tavern called The Buxton Common. Lucky for us – we are helping to renovate this 18th century farmhouse and repurpose it into a restaurant at 1420 Long Plains Road (most recently The Mustard House Antiques Shop). The new owner and seasoned chef and restauranteur, Max Brody, plans to serve smoked lamb, pork, chicken, sausages, duck and vegetables at reasonable prices in a casual atmosphere. This old farmhouse will feature design details like hand-hewn beams, soaring rafters and an open kitchen. Brody’s progress is documented on his facebook page and includes recent discoveries on the old property and videos showing construction progress. https://www.facebook.com/BuxtonCommon/
Dearborn Construction is completing a subdivision in Saco, ME. Morrill Estates is a brand new subdivision off of Mckenney Road, with 2 houses still available. One home is completed and one is still being built. If you are interested in one of these quality built homes, please contact Peter Mason at Po Go Realty at 207-839-3300.
Dearborn Construction is currently developing a 9-lot subdivision in Saco, Maine. 5 lots have been sold and 4 remain available. Morrill Estates is in a beautiful, quiet area of Saco, on Mckenney Road. We are working with a quality local builder to help you build your dream home! Now that Spring has sprung, there is no time like today to consider building a brand new home on one of these beautiful lots.
For more information, please contact PoGo Realty’s Peter Mason at 207-839-3309.
It’s officially 2015 and what a strange winter we’re having so far! For a Maine winter we’ve had very little accumulation but the storms we have experienced have been slushy, slippery and down right dangerous. Slick roads can make for a scary commute and let’s face it, in Maine, it’s a rare occurrence when we shut down our work places and businesses for weather. Mainah’s know how to drive in the snow!
While we all joke about how the rest of the country is crippled by a dusting and our great state can trudge through two feet of the white powder with ease, we have to remember how we get all this stuff out of the way and keep things moving here in the North. PLOWING, SANDING AND SALT!
At Dearborn Brothers Construction we do a lot of commercial plowing and snow removal for local businesses to keep everyone busy during months when typical construction projects aren’t plentiful. That means a lot of odd hours, long nights, and a lot of salt. Dearborn Brothers Construction has bulk salt available for contractors to purchase when they need it. Many landscapers and smaller businesses also make a living plowing and salting during the winter months, and for the past few years we’ve been providing salt by the cubic yard at our shop here in Buxton! It’s convenient for other contractors who don’t own large trucks and don’t need massive quantities for smaller areas and sidewalks, and we keep a steady supply for our own sites to be sure that safety is our first and foremost priority for customers and employees of area businesses who are depending on us to keep things running smoothly.
So if you’re looking for someone to clear a parking lot, haul snow away from a site, or you’re just looking for some salt for your own projects we like to think of ourselves as a one stop shopping experience for both other contractors and consumers alike. Commercial plowing, snow removal, salt, sand, we do it all, and we have years of experience and a fleet of well oiled machines to make sure you make it to your destination!
Labor Day has come and gone and the long, hot, humid days of summer now seem like a distant memory. Monday (September 22), marks the first day of Autumn, and you can already feel that familiar chill in the morning air. Some of the trees are even starting to show colors in their leaves. Try as we might, we can’t escape the fact that fall is here, and winter won’t be far behind.
Have you been putting off that project in your yard, or waiting until the summer heat subsides to fix the holes in your driveway? Well, there is no better time than the present to take care of these things before the ground freezes and we’re faced with another Maine winter.
Dearborn Brothers Construction can supply you with all the sand, gravel, reclaim, loam, and numerous varieties of crushed stone you’ll need to take care of those last minute improvement and maintenance projects. We deliver to most areas in southern Cumberland and northern York Counties, but if you only need a small quantity, we can load material onto your vehicle at several of our facilities. It’s not too late to get your projects finished before the snow flies, but don’t wait too much longer. In the time it took you to read this blog, the first winter storm just got about 30 seconds closer.