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Rogers & Marney, Inc.

445 West Barnstable Road
PO Box 310
Osterville, MA 02655
(508) 428-6106
Company Profile: 

Rogers & Marney, Inc. has grown over the years to become one of Osterville’s premier custom home builders, proudly offering complete construction services from design to property management. Since their inception in 1968, Rogers & Marney has built some of the area’s finest homes with the highest standards of quality and service. They have earned a solid reputation of excellence by continually exceeding industry building standards.

All Rogers & Marney clients are given the highest degree of hands-on, personal attention. Each client works directly with a project manager who will guide them through the building process and remain involved in each phase of construction. With more than 120 years of collective industry experience, Rogers & Marney's project managers have the expertise to suggest various products, application techniques and innovative solutions. Their winning approach to building helps them meet clients’ varying needs and achieve their project goals.

At Rogers & Marney, Inc., their team is comprised of the area’s most talented and experienced craftsmen and sub-contractors, and they always use top-quality materials to build each of their custom homes. Rogers & Marney is also proud to work alongside the industry’s most professional and trusted architects and interior designers. They understand the importance of completing a project on time and on budget without having to sacrifice quality.

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