Marshfield, Massachusetts

A Screened-In Porch Will Let Fresh Air in & Keep Bugs Out at Your Home

Would you spend more time on your patio if you didn’t have to deal with pesky pests invading your space? There is a simple solution: installing a screened-in porch! The outdoor living experts at Evans Home Improvement have installed countless screened patio enclosures for homeowners in the South Shore, North Shore, Cape Cod, and throughout the greater Boston, Massachusetts, area ...

A Deck Contractor With Decades of Experience Building Custom Creations for Local Homeowners

Have you been dreaming of what it would be like to have a deck in your backyard? Whether you want a new place to lounge with a good book or grill out and entertain others, a backyard deck is a great idea. So is hiring Evans Home Improvement to build it! We’re a deck contractor custom designing composite decks for ...

A Sunroom Addition Could Become Your New Favorite Room at Home

We want to enjoy outdoor living at our home, but we want comfort, reliability, and minimal maintenance as well. Three-season or all-season sunrooms provide you with outdoor feel while offering the comfort of the indoors. Evans Home Improvement offers a range of sunroom addition options from Joyce that will suit any style or budget. Why a Patio Sunroom May Be Right for ...

Installing Exceptional House Siding That Protects Your Home Without Painting

What’s a quick, simple way to enhance your home’s protection and curb appeal without opening a single can of paint? The answer is house siding—especially when it’s installed by Evans Home Improvement. In our decades of experience as the premier siding replacement contractor serving the South Shore, North Shore, and Cape Cod, Massachusetts, we’re confident that this exterior house siding ...

Don’t Let That Nor’easter Worry You

A roof is a roof is a roof. Not at all! A roof is the capstone of your house. A roof provides protection, insulation and beauty.  But it has to be done right. It has to look good – it has to be weather tight – and it has to blend in with the house’s architecture and with other roofing ...