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Why Caddis?

The Caddisfly is an insect that has a juvenile aquatic stage.  During this life stage the Caddisfly larvae will use whatever is in its environment to build its home or case.  This may include sticks, pebbles, blades of grass, or anything else found on the stream bottom.  Much like the Caddisfly, we at Caddis strive to use resources readily available to make the most beautiful and durable renovation for your home.

Photo credit: Jan Hamrsky


From the design of the space, to the selection of materials, to the overall construction, Mike Cooney from Caddis did an outstanding job. We are very happy with the outcome of the project and our son and his friends spend a considerable amount of time in the rec room. Great job Caddis!

Delaware Family ~ Scarborough

I am so pleased with the work Mike did in my home! My new kitchen is beautiful. Mike completed the job AHEAD of schedule, cleaned up each day before he left and made sure I was completely happy with the end result. He consulted with me on any/all questions and/or concerns. I highly recommend Mike!

Kathy ~ Portland

We were looking to do an understated (read: inexpensive but cool) kitchen remodel on our camp in ski country. Mike devised and implemented some great solutions to expand our useful space within a tight budget. As an example, he was very creative in designing rustic but functional cabinets that fit the overall vibe of the living space. For this part of the project, Mike used several wood boxes that he had salvaged from another remodel, and installed the crates on a backer board to serve as glass and dinnerware cabinets. Mike strung the boxes with hidden LED lights and used copper fittings to provide a really modern twist on the historic materials. He also designed, built and installed two concrete countertops, saving money and providing a super cool and hardy foundation for all our camp dinners!

Richard ~ Falmouth

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