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The Pinchot Sycamore in Simsbury, CT

If you're a homeowner in Simsbury, Connecticut, you know how valuable your house is—not only as an investment, but as a home for yourself and your family.

Protect and maintain your house as a home and investment alike with the homeowner improvement services from White & Katzman Property Services.

With years of experience offering residential general contractor services, WKPS provides numerous services with peerless quality and satisfied customers across Connecticut. Whether you need routine maintenance, HVAC cleaning, roofing, siding, interior painting services, the kitchen or bathroom remodel of your dreams, or anything in between, White & Katzman has the team to call.

Contact White & Katzman for Home Improvement Services in Simsbury, CT

Home Improvement Services Offered by WKPS in Simsbury

Electrical & Plumbing Work

An electrician installing a light fixture. Electrical and plumbing is work you definitely want to leave to the professionals. Trust the licensed electricians and plumbers from White & Katzman Property Services with the following services:

  • Faucet and sink replacements

  • Pipe insulation

  • Sewer work

  • Lighting installations

  • Smoke detector upgrades, inspections, and installations

  • General electrical work

  • And more!

Interior Remodeling Services

Your home is your castle. Why treat it like anything else? Trust WKPS with your interior remodeling and maintenance for unparalleled craftsmanship, service, and attention to detail. Offering the following services:

Exterior Home Services

A houseWithout a properly-maintained exterior, your home is going to develop serious problems. Poorly maintained gutters and roofing can lead to ice dams and water damage, foundation damage, and more. And that's just the beginning! Take care of your home's exterior with homeowner services from WKPS:

Contact White & Katzman for Home Improvement Services in Simsbury, CT

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