Residents of Glen Allen know what a gem this small town is. Located within the Richmond-Petersburg Metro Area, is an oasis for people who don’t want to be in the city, but still an easy commute.
Glen Allen has been named one of the Top 100 Places to Live by CNN Money and for good reasons. Glen Allen offers residents easy access to restaurants and shopping. There are also a host of historical landmarks for history buffs, not to mention the gorgeous scenic beauty this part of Virginia has to offer. Lavender Fields Herb Farm, Meadow Farm, and The Cultural Arts Center at Glen Allen are just a few spots to visit nearby.
Based in Glen Allen, Leo Lantz has taken care of the area’s remodeling needs for more than 20 years. We offer a variety of remodeling services from small to large, including:
Kitchens are often called the heart of our homes. When you consider that, there’s truth in that proverb. The kitchen is the place where friends and family meet. It is the center of family life. We spend a lot of time our time in our kitchens. And because we spend so much time there, chances are you have a list of what you wish was in your kitchen.
Kitchens are common remodeling projects. These projects can be quick updates, or they can be large projects. You may even want to reconfigure existing spaces to create an entirely new room. Leo Lantz brings years of experience to each job. We work with you to create a kitchen that you want.
Leo Lantz Construction is an authorized dealer for Wellborn Cabinets, a family-owned cabinetry business located in Ashland, Alabama. Wellborn has provided beautiful cabinets for their customers for over 50 years. We use Wellborn because they offer high-quality cabinets that suit any taste and budget. Not only that, but they can customize cabinetry to meet your needs. Let us show you how Wellborn Cabinets can complete your kitchen.
Bathroom remodeling is also a popular choice for homeowners. Perhaps you want to create a retreat to escape the stress of the workday. Maybe you want to update your bathroom with more modern fixtures. Or perhaps you’re looking ahead and thinking of how you can make your bathroom a space that will work with you as your needs change over time.
Our team at Leo Lantz Construction listens to your needs to give you a bathroom that is beautiful, functional, and efficient. And we use Wellborn Cabinets to provide you with quality cabinets that look and cost just what you want.
Beyond Kitchens and Baths
Do you need something beyond the kitchen or bath? Leo Lantz Construction provides more services homeowners need. If you want to do an addition to your home, finish a basement, or add an outdoor living area — we can do it. And we give you the same quality and attention to detail that we give to kitchen and bath remodeling.
We can do the same for you and your home. Contact Leo Lantz today at (804) 262-3360 or contact us online.
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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.
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“Called “Mountain Road Crossing” when rail service began in 1836, the settlement which came to be known as Glen Allen took its name from the homestead of a local landowner, Mrs. Benjamin Allen. Its most noted resident was Captain John Cussons, a native Englishman, Confederate scout, author, and entrepreneur. Cussons made his residence here after the Civil War and founded a successful printing company. Later he built a fashionable resort hotel known as Forest Lodge adjacent to the railroad tracks.”