Let Taggart Construction give your home a facelift and an energy boost.

When renovating, you have the opportunity to not only update appearance but also create an energy efficient, occupant healthy space that is better for you and the environment. We’ll work with you to turn your existing home into the home of your dreams.

At Taggart Construction we have the experience to transform existing spaces into new and vibrant living environments. From completely disassembling, moving and reassembling a turn-of-the-century cottage to changing a cramped kitchen into a spacious room filled with custom cabinetry, we will work with you to renovate, remodel and revitalize your home. With your ideas, our architect and design staff will transform existing space into something new and welcoming. We will create a space that not only complements your home but also incorporates best building practices for high performance and sustainability.

Abbagadassett Farmhouse

Bowdoinham, ME. Designer: Mac Collins, AIA This renovation includes the jacking and leveling of portions of an 1840 farmhouse, gutting an existing addition to the home and adding a new addition. The scope of work comprises the following: Strengthen 1840’s home foundation without damage to original plaster, and installing new ICF (insulated concrete foundation) under additions…

Quahog Bay Farm

Harpswell, ME. Designer: Kevin Moquin, AIA, LEED AP Renovation of this family summer residence included converting the existing barn to a new energy efficient year round residence with the original antique cape-style home retained as guest quarters. The restored porch serves as a gathering area connecting the old and new living spaces. Major renovation with sustainability…

Old Ocean House

Cape Elizabeth, ME. Designer: A John Calvin Stevens Home Complete renovation featuring: Curved front porch with mahogany deck Refinished maple floors Rebuilt stone fireplace & chimney New heating system New bathrooms, renovated kitchen

Blue Point

Scarborough, ME. Designer: Kevin Moquin, AIA, LEEP AP Plans for this passive solar home were originally published in a late 70’s issue of Family Circle magazine. The new owners decided to update their residence.  Major renovations included: Second floor bedroom addition Bath remodeling Replacing original windows with high performance windows Energy and indoor air quality improvements

Sandpiper Shores

Freeport, ME. Designer: Taggart Const./Chris Wriggins AIA The Sandpiper Shores renovation was a multiple phase, extensive rebuild on a waterfront home in Freeport. Third story dormers, addition and ocean view deck Energy upgrades Selective replacement of existing windows with high performance models Redesign of front entryway Custom cherry kitchen, bath cabinetry, molding and trim package New…