Our specialties include kitchen and bathroom remodeling, window and door installation, and aging-in-place solutions. We also do complete custom design build homes.
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We are a national award-winning contractor, specializing in remodeling older homes and seamlessly blending the new and old. Leo Lantz, the president, has more than 20 years experience in home remodeling, and his expertise comes through every project we take on.
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Visit our showroom, conveniently located in Glen Allen, easily accessible to Interstate 295 off the Woodman Road North exit. You can browse our products and get answers to questions. Alternatively, we’d love to schedule a consultation to discuss what you’re looking to accomplish as well as provide you with some information about our company and how we work. We offer services in Three Chopt, VA and throughout metro Richmond.
Contact us today! Let’s discuss how we can help with your upcoming project in Three Chopt!
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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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We Love Three Chopt!
“Three Chopt is a neighborhood in Richmond, Virginia with a population of 3,624. Three Chopt is in Richmond City County and is one of the best places to live in Virginia. In Three Chopt, most residents own their homes. In Three Chopt there are a lot of restaurants, coffee shops, and parks.”
Did You Know?
The name Three Chopt comes from colonial days when this road was a major east-west route. It refers to the three chops (or notches) put into trees to blaze the trail.