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Bonsai Builders

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Bonsai Builders

12 Bond St
Spencer Massachusetts 01562
United States

(774) 764-8885

Business Description

At Bonsai Builders, we specialize in creating luxury spaces that reflect the unique style and personality of our clients. Our team of experienced professionals is committed to delivering high-quality work, paying close attention to detail, and providing superior customer service. We offer a variety of services that can transform any space. These include kitchen remodels and bathroom renovations. With our extensive experience and expertise, we can help you achieve your vision and create the perfect space for your needs. From concept to completion, we work closely with our clients to ensure that every detail is perfect.

Business Hours

Monday7:30 am - 8:30 pm
Tuesday7:00 am - 8:30 pm
Wednesday7:00 am - 8:30 pm
Thursday7:00 am - 8:30 pm
Friday7:00 am - 8:30 pm
Saturday8:00 am - 3:00 pm

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About Spencer

Spencer is a town in Worcester County, Massachusetts, United States. The population was 11,992 at the 2020 census.For geographic and demographic information on the census-designated place Spencer, please see the article Spencer (CDP), Massachusetts. == History == Spencer was first settled in 1717 by Nathaniel Wood, and first permanently settled by Samuel Bemis in 1721.Spencer is located in central Worcester County, twenty minutes west of Worcester via Route 9, and about forty-five east of Springfield via Routes 49, 20, and the Massachusetts Turnpike. It was officially incorporated on April 12, 1753, splitting from the town of Leicester. Spencer was named after the then-acting governor of Massachusetts, Spencer Phips. Spencer was the home of the Howe family of inventors, including Elias Howe, who perfected the lockstitch sewing machine. In 1784, Spencer was a major stopping place on the Old Boston Post Road's stage route between Boston and Hartford, and on to New York. Passengers changed stages in Spencer, as one coach would come from Boston and connect with one coming north from Hartford. Each stagecoach would turn around and return whence it came. Travelers often stopped for the night at Jenk's Tavern in Spencer, as did General Henry Knox, pushing his cannons through the streets of the town on his way to Boston from Ticonderoga, and George Washington in 1789.

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