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Live Large With Lynch Living

By Jake Levin

As a Michigan native, Bryan Lynch enjoys nothing more than bringing scenic works to his home state.

His canvas is his home improvement company, Lynch Living, which employs workers who grew up in the metro Detroit area that enjoy making the Wolverine State even more beautiful with each home they work on.

Lynch's company began as a house-flipping enterprise, but he soon grew to love working with customers to help them transform their houses into "perfect, unique homes" as an owner, carpenter and contractor.

"We are a local family business that continues to grow, and we are very passionate and knowledgeable about home improvement," Lynch said, adding that everything from small handyman-type jobs to full-fledged renovations are within his company's realm. "With years of experience on home maintenance and remodels, we are your home construction experts."

Lynch Living prides itself on not only listening and executing home remodeling needs, but working with clients during the process to ensure that the end product meets the initial expectations.

Additionally, Lynch Living builds custom wood home décor and furniture, which "make your house really feel like one-of-a-kind," Lynch said. He honed his woodworking skills along with his wife, Alexandra, while building furniture for their baby's nursery. Dining room tables, cutting boards, and many more items have been crafted by Lynch.

The Lynch's have already renovated two of their own homes and are in the process of updating their third.

Galleries of Lynch's work are found on the company's website, www.lynchliving.com. Grand examples of his work are found there, from remodeled kitchens and bathrooms to wooden trinkets masterfully crafted into logos commemorating some of Michigan's favorite sports teams, including the Detroit Tigers, Detroit Lions and of course, the University of Michigan Wolverines.

Lynch Living is based out of St. Clair Shores, Mich., which is located roughly about 10 miles to the northeast of Detroit proper.

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