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Winchester Landscaping

We are a locally-owned small remodeling service located near Winchester. We specialize in modernizing your home, no matter the size or scope of your renovation.

Rated 4.7/5 based on 20 reviews
Located in Lexington, KY
Family Owned and Operated
Siding and Landscaping

Winchester Landscaping

Freshen Up Your Homes Look

Remodeling your home may increase its value and give fresh breath of a life.

Landscaping Benefits

Increase Your Homes' Value
Modernize Your Home
Freshen Up Your Homes Look

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Siding and Landscaping
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Customer Reviews

David Williams

June 30th, 2021
Yelp
My wife and I are very happy with the work SavchukRemodelingPros did for us. Dima was very professional, courteous, punctual, and very neat. He worked with us every step of the way, and had good suggestions and solutions when I had trouble deciding. He was very informative, and I felt I could trust him. We are very happy with his work, and we highly recommend him!

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About Winchester, KY

Winchester was named after Winchester in Virginia. The city was founded in 1793 on a land area of 66 acres. The land was donated by John Baker—a frontiersman. In 1812, the city was the seventh largest town in Kentucky.

The population of Winchester is about 18,413 people. The city features the Bluegrass Heritage Museum with many original exhibits with attributions to local lore. The city hosts a year-round exhibit dedicated to Homer Ledford—a renowned instrument maker and bluegrass musician from Kentucky. His dulcimers, banjos, mandolins, guitars, and ukuleles are sought by musicians all over the world. The city also has a civil war fort at Boonesboro commemorating Union soldiers. The fort was built to defend the ford and ferry at Boonesboro. Very little of it remains today.

The city is known for being a place for "original and local experiences", ranging from hand-on history to Ale-8 and much more. It is located just outside of Lexington.