Thank you for visiting our website. For over thirty years, Thomson Remodeling Company has provided remodeling services, including kitchen remodeling, bathroom remodeling, room additions, slate roofing and many other remodeling services with integrity and value to people throughout the Baltimore area. We have developed a reputation for producing quality work and delivering a high rate of customer satisfaction. In fact, the number one source of our new customers is our existing customer base. We welcome you to browse through our projects. You may find a project similar to the one you are planning. If you are looking to develop an ongoing relationship with a contractor you can trust, give us a call. All of our work is guaranteed. Check out our satisfacation ratings and comments on GuildQuality. Also, check back with us often, as we are continually updating our website with new projects. Our services include kitchen and bath design and remodeling, new custom additions, and a variety of restoration services, including slate repair and interior and exterior restoration. We specialize in older homes. Typically, the houses that we work on are thirty to over one hundred years old. Why call five different companies to work on your home when you can have a relationship with one contractor? Call us for your next project at (410) 889-7391.
Four Vital Questions to Ask Your Home Improvement Contractor
1. Are you licensed to perform home improvement contracting in the state of Maryland?
Anyone who performs work on your home must be approved for contracting by the Maryland Home Improvement Commission (MHIC). The commission monitors the quality and legality of service provided by licensed contractors. If your contractor is not licensed, you are allowing an unlawful and unknown person to work on your most prized possession -- your home! Make sure you contractor has a valid MHIC number displayed prominently on all forms of advertisement, including sides of vans and business forms.
Our client, a repeat customer, recently moved into their “new” home. We had some familiarity with this home having remodeled it for the previous owner! Small world indeed. We had accomplished some minor remodel upon our clients to tide them over until plans could be drawn for a bigger kitchen and a more inter-active and opened floor plan. There was also a need for a guest room/office, mud room and lots of additional storage capacity and closet space. It broke my heart to tear out a deck , kitchen and other features I had personally added to the home but hey! Let’s have at it. We would be building over a previously added addition and even taking on exterior landscaping which we seldom get involved in.
This small ionic portico in the Mt Vernon neighborhood of Baltimore was in a deteriorated state. The columns were resting on rotted bases. We had Mark Supik turn new attic bases from rot resistant spanish cedar. The roof was jacked up, the old bases removed and the columns reset in place.