Henrico has grown to be much more than just a suburb of Richmond. As a community in its own right, Henrico is home to Fortune 500 companies, some of the top schools in the area, and a vibrant mix of shopping, dining, and recreation.
Homes in Henrico run the gamut from old to new. Each with its charm and, usually, a wish list of its owner. Based in Henrico County, Leo Lantz has taken care of the area’s remodeling needs for more than 20 years.
Kitchens are the proverbial heart of our homes. When you consider that, there is truth in that old proverb. The kitchen is often the place where friends and family gather. It is the hub of family life well beyond just cooking and eating. We spend a lot of time there. Have you ever put dishes away and wished there was a cabinet where one didn’t exist? Do you wish you had more drawer space? Would you love to update that backsplash you loved when you first bought your home and now looks old and worn?
Kitchens are a common focus of remodeling projects for the reasons above — and a host of other reasons specific to homeowners. These projects can be quick updates to the appearance of a kitchen or large projects that create new spaces. You may also want to reconfigure existing spaces to create an entirely new room. Leo Lantz brings years of experience and happy clients for each job. We work with you to create a kitchen that fits your needs.
We are proud to be an authorized dealer for Wellborn Cabinets, a family-owned cabinetry business located in Ashland, Alabama. Wellborn has provided beautiful cabinets for all their customers’ needs for over 50 years. Leo Lantz Construction uses Wellborn because they offer high-quality cabinets to suit any taste and budget. Plus, they can customize cabinetry to your needs. Let us show you how Wellborn Cabinets can transform your kitchen.
Contact Leo Lantz Construction if you’re planning renovations. We’d love to discuss how we can help with an upcoming project!
We love Henrico!
We have been fortunate to call Henrico home and have seen it grow and change over the years.
Did You Know?
- Henrico was founded in 1611 as a healthier alternative to swampy Jamestown.
- Pocahontas grew up on a settlement nearby.
- Henrico was named for Prince Henry, son of King James I.
- Henrico was one of the 8 original shires of the Virginia Colony.