An LSIC kitchen and living room renovation.
Whether it is remodeling a kitchen or an exterior overhaul, consider LSI Construction for your next home renovation project.
LSI Construction (LSIC) is a Maryland-based construction firm that specializes in high-quality home renovations, and is 203(k) certified. The LSIC management team has more than 25 years of combined experience providing a top-quality product to homes across the DC area. From exterior hardscapes to interior remodeling to renovations of historic homes, LSIC is capable of handling projects of any size and scope.
An LSIC kitchen makeover.
Whether remodeling a kitchen or bathroom or finishing a basement, LSIC design specialists, construction consultants and a designated manager work with the customer on every aspect of the project. The firm uses both in-house tradesmen as well as subcontractors, and has partnered with 1stopkbshop, a kitchen and bath shop in Frederick where clients can peruse hundreds of different finishes. The LSIC team of experts will provide design tips and consulting as well as in-depth knowledge to help create the project of your dreams. With a vast knowledge and the help of a strong subcontractor base, LSIC can provide the details and finishing that one expects from a high-end construction company.
“LSIC project managers are absolute professionals,” a recent client said. “I appreciate all the behind-the-scenes efforts. It was the handling of the little things that made all the difference.”
Call LSI Construction at 301-663-0200 or visit the firm’s website today. No matter the size of the project, the LSIC team can make your dream project come true.
This article originally published at http://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/sponsored_lsi_construction_--_home_renovation_experts/5441
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