49 Bay Road
Brooklin, Maine

New Construction & Contractor Services

We are known for our beautifully custom-built homes along Maine’s rugged coastline but our services go beyond this. We offer an array of construction services to both residential and commercial applications. Our company is fully insured and an EPA lead-safe certified firm. We look forward to working with you on your next project from the planning stages to handing you the key to your front door. As always, Prin A. Allen & Sons, Inc., is ready to work with you, or your architect, to build your new dream home with our award-winning craftsmanship.

Our Services Include, But Not Limited To:

  • Custom Built Homes
  • Metal Structures
  • Garages & Barns
  • Additions
  • Renovations
  • Kitchen Remodels
  • Bath Remodels
  • Decks & Docks
  • Replacement Windows
  • Replacement Doors
  • Roofing
  • Painting

Architectural Awards of Excellence

The Architectural Awards of Excellence Competition was given to “New England Vacation House” in 1987 by the American Institute of Steel Construction. AISC’s Architectural Awards of Excellence are presented biennially, and since their inauguration in 1960 have become the most prestigious in the construction industry. The competition recognizes outstanding steel-framed buildings of all types, many of which are now considered benchmarks to the state-of-the-art, and landmarks in their own locale. Prin A. Allen & Sons, Inc. was the general contractor for this project.

Maine Home + Design Magazine

Self-Contained Living… from cargo ship to container house. This home was constructed from twelve industrial shipping containers, the home is anything but tradition or expected, and yet the Adriance home somehow seems entirely in harmony with the rugged, rocky coastline. Working with the steel shipping containers requires skills more often found in commercial construction, so Kalkin contracted Sheridan Corporation, one of Maine’s largest commercial builders to install and weld the metal containers. Then the Brooklin-based construction firm, Prin A. Allen & Sons, Inc., completed the finish work. This house is "the frosting on the cake - marrying a modern, utilitarian design to an old Downeast setting".

January/February 2010 Edition.

Fuel Oil News Magazine

One of the winners in the 1994 Custom Builder magazine Custom Home of the Year Awards is a 6, 354 sq. ft. oceanfront "cottage" in Stonington, Maine, which is heated with oil. The family retreat, which was intended "strictly for summer use" was constructed for year-round living, eventually perhaps as a retirement home, according to Michael P. Allen, a partner in Prin A. Allen & Sons Inc. Custom Builder cited this home for its architectural exterior detailing.

May 1994 Edition.