Licensed and Insured
CSL License #83908
From Custom Homes to Replacement Windows
With over 10 years of experience, LT Construction & Remodeling has been providing Central Massachusetts homeowners and businesses with the finest craftsmanship and products in the area. As a small remodeling firm, we are committed to providing the detailed attention and superior customer service that is needed during any remodeling project. That is why all of our past clients have been 100% satisfied with our work so we can provide many references to prospective clients. We stand by our work and make sure customers get what they pay for and more.
Lead Certified Remodeling Contractor In Massachusetts
IF You Pay Someone to Repair or Remodel Residential Property Built Before 1978 or Are Making Renovations or Repairs to Child Occupied Properties Built Before 1978, You are Required to Comply with the NEW Environmental Protection Agency’s Renovation, Repair & Painting (RRP) Lead Law.
What Homeowners Are Saying
“LT Construction & Remodeling remodeled our basement and worked around our budget. Our basement was transformed into a home theater and we couldn’t have asked for a better job done. This company provides outstanding workmanship and they were extremely patient with our requests. We were very satisfied with the outcome. Thanks LT!” --- Jay & Michelle M. (Boylston, MA
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Many North Oxford families find it necessary to consider accessibility in designing their kitchen because of a family member with a disability or because of aging family members who are experiencing some physical limitations. At this time, there is no code of accessible design for residential homes.