Custom Kitchen & Bathroom Design Build Contractor in Bon Air, VA
If you live in Bon Air, you know why people want to live here. Safe streets, highly rated schools and lots of restaurants, coffee shops and parks attract young professionals from Richmond and other parts of the state. In a previous era, it was a resort town for residents of Richmond, but it’s a thoroughly modern city that people are moving into from Richmond for all the benefits Bon Air offers. Today, it’s one of Chesterfield County’s best places to live with a high level of home ownership. Founded in 1877, Bon Air is a city with a lot of history—and older houses. Do you have a “Bon Air Resort” home that needs repair or updating? Leo Lantz Construction specializes in renovating older homes in the entire Richmond area, offering:
When you renovate your Bon Air home, you’ll add more than just convenience and aesthetic charm, you’ll add efficiency, value and function to your home. Our experience with older homes means that your home will be updated but keep its original charm. We can renovate your home so that your new kitchen or bathroom is beautiful and efficient, but doesn’t stand out in contrast to the rest of the home. Leo Lantz construction is committed to excellence with every home renovation project. Bathrooms are rooms you use the most in your house, so why not make it work for you? We listen closely to our clients, and work with them to create a bathroom remodeling project that serves their needs and their lifestyle. Using a systematic approach, we work with you to determine your requirements, budget, and the structural limitations of the bathroom to create and design a remodeling plan that works best for you, your family, and your home. As a home remodeling company in Bon Air, we can take your current bathroom and turn it into a beautiful, soothing retreat for relaxing anytime you want.
Contact Leo Lantz Construction today to discuss your upcoming bathroom or kitchen remodeling project! We’d love to share how we can help make your dream renovations a reality!
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I have worked with Leo Lantz Construction, Inc. on a number of projects over the last year. Leo and his team always deliver great work, customer service and professionalism.
Leo Lantz just completed renovation of two bathrooms, replacement of several doors, and several other projects. We couldn’t be happier with the results.
We could not have been happier with our master bath and closet remodel! From start to finish, Leo Lantz Construction made our experience first class.
Leo Lantz Construction did major remodeling for me four years ago and a smaller project at my house earlier this year. Leo is a stickler for detail and great customer service.
The OBrion family strongly recommends Leo Lantz for any home project. He completed 2 bathrooms, a huge kitchen, a deck and siding for our previous home and has just completed a kitchen remodel for our new downsized home.
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“Bon Air is a census-designated place (CDP) in Chesterfield County, Virginia, United States. The population was 16,366 at the 2010 census. The community is considered a suburb of the independent city of Richmond in the Richmond-Petersburg region and is a part of the Southside neighborhoods. Originally developed as a resort, a central portion of Bon Air has been designated as a National Historic District with many structures of Victorian design from the late 19th and early 20th centuries.”
– Source: Wikipedia: ‘Bon Air, Virginia‘
Some insteresting facts you might not know
- Bon Air, Virginia has a population of around 18,000
- The primary coordinate point for Bon Air is located at latitude 37.5249 and longitude -77.5578
- The Bon Air Hotel was the first building erected in 1880
- The Bon Air Hotel burned to the ground in 1889
- Many homeowners stay in their house only six years.
- According to Realtors, price is the number one reason buyers don’t commit.
- Like plants that can kill you? There’s a museum in England exclusively for them.
- Homes for sale by owner make up roughly 13% of previously owned homes.