TG Construction

TG Construction

tg constructionTim Greenwood may have chosen Pelham for its warm, comfortable atmosphere for his family, but his construction business has also found a successful place to grow in the community.

tg constructionBased in Pelham NH, Tim Greenwood has been building custom homes and additions for more than 15 years. "My wife and I moved to Pelham because we wanted to live in a place where we could enjoy raising our children. Pelham's small town charm and close-knit community is an excellent place to settle and enjoy your family and your life," says Greenwood.

And his business has done well thanks to Pelham's convenient location in Southern New Hampshire.

"The majority of my work is the construction of custom homes and additions," explains Greenwood, "The entire Southern New Hampshire area has great demand for high end homes, and being located in Pelham makes for an easy commute to those towns, including Pelham." Whether he is installing high end kitchens or providing custom interior work, Pelham's convenient road access to both Boston and Seacoast New Hampshire expands his reach, giving him opportunity to reach more clients.

"I enjoy both living and working in the Live Free or Die state," says Greenwood, "and I can't think of a better place to have both my home and businesss than Pelham NH."

Address: 
34 Arlene Drive
Telephone: 
603-635-8591
Business Category: 
Builders/Contractors

PEDC News Highlights

10.15.13

Eagle Tribune Features PEDC Social Media ProgramThe Lawrence Eagle Tribune, serving the North of Boston area of the Merrimack Valley in Massachusetts and Southern NH is known for its outstanding coverage of local news.

Last week, writer John Toole wrote a business feature about the PEDC efforts at using social media to reach out to local businesses. 

08.14.13

PEDC Announces Business Education Seminar Program for 2014

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Did You Know...

Pelham's Agricultural History

Local farming was a necessity for more than Pelham’s residents in the middle of the 19th century. The uprising of mill cities like Nashua, Lowell and Lawrence meant that families did not have the time to keep their own livestock or grow their own food. During this time, the farmers of Pelham acquired much wealth and prestige as the providers of food for many working families in the area, including vegetables, dairy products and fruit. [Photo courtesy of pelhamhistory. org, Hobbs-Mason Photo Collection.]