"We first hired ReTouch based on a referral from a trusted neighbor. Lance's integrity and knowledge of our 100 year old property was amazing. His company is always professional and understands where to put your money to add the most amount of value. His work is perfect and his responsiveness is wonderful."
- Stephanie Guerin (Partner at The Planned Approach)
"Lance and the ReTouch crew with our ongoing experience has been second to none. Attention to detail and quality work, their follow up on any concerns we've had, is always quick and with an outcome that continually meets our utmost expectations. We will use and highly recommend Lance and company in the future."
- Mary CopelandTim and Theresa Mabie (Olathe)
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Whether you are looking for the right contractor or design ideas for your spaces, you'll find not only a lot of information on this website, but also a great step-by-step process to help you improve the spaces where you live and work.
Please let us know how we can serve you as you begin your journey towards a better, more fulfilling living space.
ReTouch works to help our clients improve their living and working spaces. We are client-based more than project-based, meaning we are more concerned with building strong, lasting relationships with our community of clients than we are with "selling a job". We strive to be the main resource for our clients' home and business building and remodeling needs. This leads us to do anything from replacing a light fixture to building a new office building.
By Lance McCarthy Do you guys do _______________? That’s one of the questions I get more than any other. The blank is usually filled with all kinds of projects…bathrooms, kitchens, new builds, office tenant finishes, decks, leaky faucets…We love it all because our real passion isn’t a certain type o…
Story by Jeanie Erwin KC Homes & Style had an opportunity to visit with Christina George co-owner of Collective Design Studio, a full-service design studio specializing in residential and commercial projects. KCH&S: What should residents consider when they are trying to boost the curb appeal of the…