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1. Kline Construction DESIGN ENGINEERING CONSTRUCTION
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Deck or Porch Remodel or Addition

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  • Serves Lakewood, OH
DESIGN - ENGINEERING - CONSTRUCTION All great projects begin with a set of comprehensive and detailed plans. Let Kline Construction design your customized plans, putting your dreams on paper. All my designs start with an open, interesting floor plan, which maximizes usability. A house is meant to be lived in not just looked at. We can wrap your livable space in traditional or contemporary facades. My years of construction experience help me design a unique and interesting home using common building practices to create custom looks. Utilize Jack’s 30+ years of construction and design experience to help bring your custom build or renovation to life. Jack will be your advocate ensuring your project will move more efficiently, be on schedule and below budget. Kline Construction can provide support for any or all of the phases in your project from start to finish including design, approval process, preliminary budgeting, contractor bidding/negotiations, and construction. Don’t let the challenging task of building your own home cause you to lose the personalization you desire. Let Kline Construction make sure the finished project is nothing short of perfect! Jack Kline grew up with construction flowing through his blood as one grandfather owned a lumberyard another worked as a carpenter and building inspector as well as a father who built numerous houses. Weekends as a kid were spent on a construction site with a hammer in his hands. After graduating from the University of Alabama with an engineering degree, Jack worked for Wellman Friction & Brake and Perry Nuclear Power Plant before deciding to start his construction company. Jack founded Kline Construction 20 years ago to combine his engineering background, hands-on skills and passion for building and design to life. In the early years, Kline started renovating homes in the Ohio City area of Cleveland, Ohio. Realizing the limitations involved with renovations, Jack decided to switch gears and focus on new construction. Finding no home plans for small urban lots existed, Jack challenged himself to design his own custom plans, which would fit within lots as small as 30 feet wide. This allowed him to be involved and use his expertise in all phases from design to construction. Whether it’s a custom home built from the ground up, a luxury remodel, or renovation to your current residence, Kline Construction is dedicated to bringing your vision to reality and ultimately exceeding your expectations.​ Please get in touch to learn more about Kline Construction and/or to see if we are the right fit for your project. “Your work is going to fill a large part of your life, and the only way to be truly satisfied is to do what you believe is great work. The only way to do great work is to love what you do.” - Steve JobsSee more
DESIGN - ENGINEERING - CONSTRUCTION All great projects begin with a set of comprehensive and detailed plans. Let Kline Construction design your customized plans, putting your dreams on paper. All my designs start with an open, interesting floor plan, which maximizes usability. A house is meant to be lived in not just looked at. We can wrap your livable space in traditional or contemporary facades. My years of construction experience help me design a unique and interesting home using common building practices to create custom looks. Utilize Jack’s 30+ years of construction and design experience to help bring your custom build or renovation to life. Jack will be your advocate ensuring your project will move more efficiently, be on schedule and below budget. Kline Construction can provide support for any or all of the phases in your project from start to finish including design, approval process, preliminary budgeting, contractor bidding/negotiations, and construction. Don’t let the challenging task of building your own home cause you to lose the personalization you desire. Let Kline Construction make sure the finished project is nothing short of perfect! Jack Kline grew up with construction flowing through his blood as one grandfather owned a lumberyard another worked as a carpenter and building inspector as well as a father who built numerous houses. Weekends as a kid were spent on a construction site with a hammer in his hands. After graduating from the University of Alabama with an engineering degree, Jack worked for Wellman Friction & Brake and Perry Nuclear Power Plant before deciding to start his construction company. Jack founded Kline Construction 20 years ago to combine his engineering background, hands-on skills and passion for building and design to life. In the early years, Kline started renovating homes in the Ohio City area of Cleveland, Ohio. Realizing the limitations involved with renovations, Jack decided to switch gears and focus on new construction. Finding no home plans for small urban lots existed, Jack challenged himself to design his own custom plans, which would fit within lots as small as 30 feet wide. This allowed him to be involved and use his expertise in all phases from design to construction. Whether it’s a custom home built from the ground up, a luxury remodel, or renovation to your current residence, Kline Construction is dedicated to bringing your vision to reality and ultimately exceeding your expectations.​ Please get in touch to learn more about Kline Construction and/or to see if we are the right fit for your project. “Your work is going to fill a large part of your life, and the only way to be truly satisfied is to do what you believe is great work. The only way to do great work is to love what you do.” - Steve Jobs

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Currently, many general contractors are using common digital payment services like PayPal, Venmo, Square Cash, Zelle, Google Pay and more. And more will likely adopt these and similar platforms as coronavirus continues to force companies to take on digital capabilities.

Contact general contractors beforehand to discuss whether they accept digital payments, and take all necessary measures to meet social distancing recommendations. You can also compare general contractors side-by-side online to see which ones accept digital payments.

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