S+H Construction to Participate in 2009 Spring Home Design Seminar Series

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CAMBRIDGE, Mass., May 11 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) -- S+H Construction, Inc. of Cambridge, Massachusetts, one of the greater Boston area's premier residential renovation and custom home building companies, is pleased to be participating in the 2009 Spring Home Seminar Series presented in conjunction with Design New England Magazine and Van Millwork.

Spring Home SeminarDoug Hanna, co-president of S+H Construction and Jamie Leef, senior project manager, renewable energy division, will give the presentation "Sustainable Living" on Thursday, June 4th from 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon which will explore environmentally-friendly ideas that will work in your home, including solar electric power, solar thermal hot water, and geothermal heating and cooling systems as well as green doors and lighting. Additional presenters for this seminar are Van Millwork and Wolfers Lighting.

Offering practical advice from the experts on how to design the home of your dreams, this is one of several seminars in a spring series geared towards homeowners. The presentation will be hosted at Wolfers Lighting, 103 North Beacon Street in Allston. Complimentary brunch is also provided, space is limited, call (508) 966-4141, or visit to register.

S+H Construction is a multi-award winning firm specializing in renewable energy, custom home building, residential renovations, historical renovations, landscaping and site work. The company's Renewable Energy Division designs, integrates and installs solar electric power (PV), solar thermal hot water, and geothermal heating and cooling systems from system design and installation through maintenance of residential equipment as well as energy conservation consultations. In addition, S+H is a fully certified turnkey installer and performs all of the paperwork necessary for homeowners to qualify for and obtain the significant rebates offered in Massachusetts to those who install PV.

S+H Construction was named "Best Kitchen Remodeling" in the 2008 Boston Home Magazine Awards, and "Best General Contractor" in 2007 by Boston Magazine. They are located at 26 New Street in Cambridge, MA.

For more information on S+H Construction, please call (617) 876-8286, or visit the company website at

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