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Are you looking for a reliable contractor that operates in the Box Springs, GA area? You’ve found one. Columbus Remodeling Contractors runs on the principle that what’s best for you is best for us, too.

Our clients are our most valuable assets. We value your business, and we strive to demonstrate that with every project we complete. We work quickly and neatly to minimize the disruption to your life.

We only work with contractors and suppliers who are as dedicated to exceptional service as we are. Second-best is never good enough for us. That’s why we won’t cut corners or do slapdash work.

We’re fully bonded and licensed so that you can entrust your project to us with confidence. We’ll complete the project on time, up to code, and on budget.

About Us

We’ve been serving the general Columbus metropolitan area and the surrounding area for over thirty years. Over that timeframe, we’ve had a chance to hone our processes so that everything works like clockwork. We’re able to work faster and still do a great job because of our experience.

Services

Kitchen and Bathroom Remodeling

Remodeling a kitchen or bathroom is something that you should leave to the pros. Tiling, in particular, seems like a simple job. It’s harder to keep those tiles level than you may think. We’ll get you a great deal on those tiles, and then we’ll install them correctly.

Additions and New Builds

Adding an extra room or two can improve your lifestyle and the value of your home. Speak to us for a quote on that addition or any new build that you’re considering.

Flooring

The floor is an area that most folks don’t pay much attention to. Over time, though, it’s going to start showing its age. Sometimes, you want a change. Whatever the reason, we have the right flooring solution for you.

Painters

Repainting your walls is a quick and easy way to update the look of your home. There’s no better or faster way to make your home stand out than with a fresh coat of paint.

About Box Springs, GA

The town, as we know it today, dates back to 1853. The town name came from the system used to convey water to trains.

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