General Contractor, Home Builder – Columbia County NY Lagonia Construction

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We Build Custom Homes and Custom Cabinets for the Discriminating Client

General Contractors specializing in custom home buildingWhen you choose to work with us, we take the time to understand your vision. It is always our goal to build each project exactly as it was envisioned. We have built our reputation on personal services and we take pride in our attention to detail. The fine craftsmanship we put into our custom home and cabinetry work is evident in everything we do in Columbia County and beyond.

As General Contractors We Apply The Same Care and Dedication to All Our Additions, Renovations and Historic Restorations

general contractors that do home renovationsWe remodel, renovate and restore historic and contemporary homes and buildings in Columbia County, NY and beyond. Our projects have ranged in size and complexity from bathroom remodels to architecturally sensitive whole home renovations and historic restorations. As general contractors, we have the expertise and experience to take on technically challenging and complex projects.

Industry is the Lifeblood of Our Economy and Our Light Commercial Construction Work Speaks for Itself

Planning and follow through are keys to making your commercial construction project a success. Our courteous and professional team will work with you every step of the way, from design and planning, to scheduling and execution. Some of our recent local Columbia County construction work has included construction of the Roe Jan Library and B&G Wines and Liquors in Hillsdale, NY.

Most Recent Blog Post

New York Times Covers the Bartlett House

November 16, 2016 | Columbia County NY, Custom Cabinetry, Historic Restoration

The November 14 issue of the New York Times Style Magazine features an article about the Bartlett House in Ghent, NY. We're excited to see this historic restoration project gaining such widespread attention. Read the article.

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