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5 Key Benefits an Office Remodel Will Have on your Business

By: Kevin Ahern
August 17th, 2017

In recent years there’s been a lot of buzz about office layouts and renovations. The best workplaces offer optimized working conditions for their employees. Accommodations made for ergonomics, comfort and aesthetic beauty can help employees feel good about coming to the office. Businesses hoping to attract the best employees find that improving the office environment can help. Attractive and functional office settings can boost productivity, build up a business’s image and can even affect employee morale. At Litchfield Builders, we work with business owners to help them determine what makes an office a pleasant place for employees. We know that understanding the benefit of comfortable office accommodations can help business owners create a workplace where employees want to spend time. In this article, we’ll discuss the 5 key benefits of an office remodel.

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Commercial Remodeling | Residential Remodeling

How to Organize and Evaluate Home & Commercial Contractor Bids

By: Kevin Ahern
July 12th, 2017

When considering a contractor’s bid, doing your research is critical. To find the right contractor, one must consider a variety of variables including references, experience, licensure and cost. The bigger the project, the more important it is to conduct thorough research. Looking online, meeting with various general contractors and contacting references are all ways that you can conduct their research. At Litchfield Builders, we encourage the homeowners of New Haven and the surrounding area to shop around and take an organized approach when it’s time to hire a contractor. Contacting a variety of general contractors and professionals can help you find the right contractor for your upcoming project.

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Commercial | Commercial Remodeling

4 Steps to Effectively Budget for your Commercial Remodel

By: Kevin Ahern
October 18th, 2016

Budgeting for a commercial remodel can be a difficult task. Many business owners find that it's important to approach this process logically, taking the remodeling process step by step. In this post, we'll discuss four of the most important steps to take when budgeting for a commercial remodel. 

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Commercial | Commercial Remodeling

5 Reasons You Shouldn't Cut Back On A Commercial Remodel

By: Kevin Ahern
May 7th, 2015

Commercial remodels make businesses better. By attracting customers, improving safety conditions, greening spaces, saving money, and more commercial remodels are one of the best investments you can make in your own business. Skimping on your remodel can dilute those benefits and reduce the effectiveness of your remodel.

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Commercial | Commercial Remodeling

5 Commercial Remodeling Trends Every Growing Business Should Know

By: Kevin Ahern
April 30th, 2015

Business is looking up this spring, and that means growing businesses are looking for ways to update their shop or office space. And they have three key considerations when looking at Connecticut commercial remodeling ideas: boosting productivity, saving energy and keeping costs down.

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Commercial | Commercial Remodeling | Connecticut

5 Signs Your Business Needs a Connecticut Commercial Remodel

By: Kevin Ahern
April 9th, 2015

Aside from improving the look and feel of your business, remodeling can be a great investment into the future of your company. It can bring in more customers, boost employee productivity and even save you money—if it's done right. So how do you know that it's the right time for a Connecticut commercial remodel for your business?

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Commercial | Commercial Remodeling

How to Improve Client Relationships Through Commercial Remodeling

By: Kevin Ahern
November 25th, 2014

Change is good, so they say--and this is definitely true of commercial remodeling. Remodeling presents a unique opportunity for business owners to update their look, boost the reputation of their organization, and improve client relationships. Whether it is a restaurant, office building, or retail store, here are a few ways that commercial remodeling can help you improve your client relationships:

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Bathroom Remodeling | Commercial | Commercial Remodeling

Why You Should Consider Remodeling Your Commercial Bathroom

By: Kevin Ahern
June 17th, 2014

Business remodeling is the best way that you can keep your commercial property looking and performing at its best. Not sure where to start? Nothing gives away the age of your building like a rundown or out-of-date commercial bathroom. If the restrooms in your facility are more than a few decades old, it may be time for an upgrade.

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Commercial | Commercial Remodeling

Commercial Construction in Connecticut: When is it Time for an Office Expansion?

By: Kevin Ahern
May 15th, 2014

Your business is thriving, profits are booming and you're hiring employees in droves. Everything might seem to be going well, with the exception of one thing: your office isn’t growing with your business. Space to accommodate more employees, more equipment, or more customers, becomes crucial to the expansion of business over time, but when is the time right?

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Commercial | Commercial Remodeling | Kitchen Remodeling | News & Events

Maison Mathis Project Featured in Foodservice Consultant Magazine

By: Kevin Ahern
February 20th, 2014

In the most recent issue of Foodservice Consultant Magazine, readers will find an exciting piece on Maison Mathis Yale including a quote from our very own, Kevin Ahern.

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