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Whitla Brothers Builders, Inc.

419 Main Street
Medfield, MA 02052
(508) 359-4292
Company Profile: 

Whitla Brothers Builders, Inc.

Two carpenters with integrity, talent, and a passion to build founded Whitla Brothers Builders. The company has built its reputation on honesty and excellence. 

As custom homebuilders, they are challenged by the most discerning clients – and continually exceed expectations.

Today, the company remains true to its roots, providing unsurpassed craftsmanship, seamless, hands-on project management, and honest, attentive service.

"Our clients are building their dream house," says Douglas Whitla. "We listen, we respond, and we make sure the process is as rewarding for them as it is for us."

Visit Whitla Brothers Builders, Inc. to get your project started.

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