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CTC&G’s 2013 Holiday Gift-Giving Guide Includes Tree House Brothers

The cover photo features a decoratively adorned reindeer bust, surrounded by glittery gold filigree ornaments hanging behind flickering red candles in gold candlesticks. The elegant gold contrasts well with plaid ribbons, a plaid scarf and gold-colored upholstery cord, all neatly draped across the reindeer's shoulder.The holiday issue of Connecticut Cottages & Gardens magazine (CTC&G,) one of Cottage and Gardens’ regional publications, featured The Tree House Brothers in their list of “25 Gifts That Keep on Giving,” in the 2013 edition of the magazine’s gift giving guide.

The listing included a photo of one of the beautifully crafted tree houses, along with a caption that reads, “Give your children the home of their dreams. The Tree House Brothers will build a custom tree house that will stay in your family for years to come.”

Look for the Tree House Brothers in CTC&G’s December, 2013 Holiday Edition

The December 2013 issue of the magazine is recognizable by the festive cover that’s sure to get readers in the holiday spirit, as they see the words “TIS THE SEASON” sprawled across the bottom of the page in bright Christmas green capital letters.

The cover photo features a decoratively adorned reindeer bust, surrounded by glittery gold filigree ornaments hanging behind flickering red candles in gold candlesticks. The elegant gold contrasts well with plaid ribbons, a plaid scarf and gold-colored upholstery cord, all neatly draped across the reindeer’s shoulder.

The brothers are excited that a local magazine with a circulation of 40,000 per issue, just for the Connecticut edition, would feature their tree house construction business in their holiday gift guide. The importance of this type of exposure cannot be understated – especially when 30 percent of the magazine’s readers work in related industries. Look for vendors near you on the complete list of places that have the magazine.

A Building Tradition That Spans Three Generations

The Tree House Brothers are third-generation master carpenters who have used their skills in building high quality decks, homes and home additions. Life-long Connecticut residents, James and Ryan McCarthy were raised in Clinton. One brother now lives in Branford, the other in Higganum.

James & Ryan have a passion for building solid, safe tree forts and tree houses that last for many generations. They see tree houses as the ideal way to connect kids with nature, but also to pull them away from the constant stream that connects them with the digital and video world.

Whether you have The Tree House Brothers design a tree house or fort for your kids or grand kids, or ask them to build one according to your specifications, you will get the outstanding customer service for which the brothers are known. The steady stream of referrals make up the bulk of their work, proving customers appreciate their commitment to giving customers unparalleled customer service.

For more information about the Tree House Brothers or to find out about pricing for their tree forts and tree houses, fill out the Contact Form on the website, or call James McCarthy at 860-575-2861.