Village Construction will guide you through your next remodeling project from design to move in.
Remodeling - If you want a new kitchen, new bathroom or any other living space, in your Gates Mills home, our professionals will help. We will look at what you have, the space available, your goals and dreams, and of course your budget. The designers consider all aspects and return with a detailed, budget aware plan.
New Construction - Our professionals work with the general contractor and your plans to remake your home ready for enhanced family time and you new beautiful space.
We help make your dream home dreamer.
We will work with you on:
- Counter Tops
- Custom Patio
- New Living Room
- New bathrooms
- Updated Backsplashes
- Cabinet Selection
- Kitchen Layout for best space utilization
- Finishing Details
- Bedroom make over
- Kitchen Island Design
Gates Mills is known for community involvement:
Friends Of The Library
Gates Mills Community Club
The Gates Mills Garden Club
The Gates Mills Historical Society
Gates Mills Land Conservancy
The Gates Mills Players
Christmas Tree Fund
In 1905, 88 property holders formed the Gates Mills Improvement Society "to promote health, safety, and happiness". It was also the governance, aside from the township, until the Village incorporated in 1920. The Gates Mills Improvement Society continues to work with village government and organizations to protect and improve the natural beauty of the historical architecture and village traditions for the benefit of all Gates Mills residents. One of the activities sponsored by the Improvement Society is the July 4 parade:
The July 4 parade begins at the Gates Mills Elementary School and moves down Chagrin River Road. Included in the parade are the Gates Mills Volunteer Fire Department with their equipment, The Mayfield High School majorette, flag corps and cadet's, and the marching band, the Village officials and organizations (some with floats), the Cleveland Kiltie band, participants in the Village's baseball leagues, day camp, and Jr. Strawhat programs, children from other local day camps, vintage cars, horses, ponies, dogs (including the Hunt Club hounds), and the Gates Mills calliope. The parade ends at the Polo Field where a ceremony takes place. After the ceremony food is sold and children's games are organized.