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Topping Off Ceremony Celebrates Construction Milestone

At Harth Builders, we are frequently recognized for our efficient work process. While it is safe to say that we appreciate a good Gantt chart, it is also true that we like to make the remodeling process fun for our clients and crew. One way we do this is with a ritual called Topping Off.…
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How to Make a Beautiful Home Even Better

In the latest edition of the Harth Builders remodeling newsletter, we review how we transformed the first floor of a Montgomery Township home. Located in a wonderful neighborhood, this home had great bones, but a dysfunctional layout. With some careful planning and ingenuity, we were able to reconfigure the kitchen and adjacent areas into a…
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Harth Builders Selected for Historic Farmhouse Renovation

Harth Builders is pleased to announce that we have been selected by the Whitemarsh Foundation to renovate its historic farmhouse located at 548 Flourtown Road. Construction planning has already commenced. The anticipated project completion date is late January 2016. According to Kim Sheppard, President of the Whitemarsh Foundation, Harth Builders was selected as the contractor…
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Our Recipe For Success? Excellent Customer Service!

Our design-build remodeling team is committed to making our customers’ homes their favorite places to be. This is much more than just a motto for our company. Ultimately, we want our clients to become such enthusiastic fans of Harth Builders that they will return to us for additional services, and recommend us to all of…
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Open House and Ribbon Cutting a Great Success

[caption id="attachment_214" align="alignright" width="365"] From left to right: Tanya Bamford, Kathleen Hunsicker, Gregory Harth, Sean Mooney, and Pam Kelly[/caption] Many thanks to everyone who attended our Ribbon Cutting and Open House event on June 24th. We were blessed with wonderful weather and a healthy turnout. Good food, drinks, and networking were enjoyed by clients, business…
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