LMB Construction & Design
At LMB Construction & Design, workers not only specialize in meeting client expectations, but exceeding them, owner William Roy said in a statement. “Our customers keep coming back because we’re dependable, knowledgeable and pleasant to work with,” he stated.
Based in Bridgewater, Nova Scotia, Canada, the company’s range of specialties include custom homebuilding; cottages, garages and sheds; renovations and additions; kitchen cabinets; wood and laminate flooring; and asphalt, fiberglass and steel roofing. Additionally, the firm is an insulated concrete form trained installer.
“We pride ourselves on maintaining the highest level of customer service for all of our valued clients,” the company says. “We believe in providing quality and professional workmanship to our customers at an affordable and competitive price. We can take an idea [the customer has] on a piece of paper and turn [their] dream into a reality.”
LMB strives to keep its clients’ projects on budget from start to finish without sacrificing quality. “We believe our customers are No. 1 and deserve to get the experience, quality and professionalism that they pay for,” the company says.
Passing along Quality
A journeyman-certified Red Seal carpenter, Roy is a longtime veteran of construction. “I have worked in the construction trade since 17 years of age, almost 20 years ago, and have acquired a great amount of professional experience in the trade,” he said.
LMB’s employees also carry strong expertise. “All of our employees are certified in the trade and/or are working towards being certified,” Roy explained. “We believe strongly in rewarding those who take the time to learn and become certified in the carpentry trade, allowing us to be confident that only sound and professional quality workmanship gets passed on to our customers.”
Voice of the Industry
LMB is a member of the Nova Scotia Home Builders’ Association (NSHBA). Based in Halifax, Nova Scotia, the association says it is the voice of the province’s residential construction industry. “For more than 50 years, the Nova Scotia Home Builders’ Association has played a key role in promoting quality, choice and affordable housing for all Nova Scotians,” the association states.
Four groups operate under it: the Canadian Home Builders’ Association of Central Nova, the South Shore Home Builders’ Association, the Cape Breton Home Builders’ Association and the Annapolis Valley Home Builders’ Association. “Together, they represent over 300 member firms made up of professional builders, renovators, developers and many other stakeholders in the residential construction industry,” NSHBA says.
“Individually, members stay up-to-date on the latest developments in the industry, and polish their business and technical skills through workshops, courses and information sharing,” the association continues.