With a population of approximately 34,000 people, the City of Stow is located next to Cuyahoga Falls, Hudson, Kent, Munroe Falls, Silver Lake, Tallmadge, and Franklin Township. The city is named after Joshua Stow who was a native of Middletown, Connecticut. He once said that Stow is, “one of the prettiest and most romantic spots in the Western Reserve”. It was purchased by Joshua for about $14,000. Stow has several community parks including: Adell Durbin, Meadowbrook Lake Park, Silver Springs Park, and Oregon Trail Park.
Anthony Slabaugh Remodeling & Design has been in Stow, Ohio since 2001. We were a home office for 14 years and opened our Design Center at 4724 Darrow Rd. Stow, Ohio 44224 in 2011. Our design center if filled with cabinetry, granite, flooring, tile, fixtures, and hundreds of samples which are used during the design process for our projects. We also have a state-of-the-art conference room where design meetings take place. In these meeting s our clients see 3D renderings on the large screen monitor so they can see the vision for their project become a reality. We are members of the Stow-Munroe Falls Chamber of Commerce.
Learn more about Stow by visiting the City of Stow website.
Reliable, impeccable work, and quality. The project was well laid out and no surprises. Your attention to detail goes above and beyond. The quality, care, and service was excellent as expected!
We appreciate how professional, organized, and innovative your team has been through this process. When we tell our friends “Slabaugh”, they have all said how they have heard great things about your team. We hope to get to the kitchen NEXT!! …Once again, an example of a great company. Be Proud- We will recommend Anthony Slabaugh Remodeling & Design!
We selected you because of your reputation and strong project plan and proven process to take your clients through. Your strengths are integrity, professionalism, and staying on top of the project details. We liked the pre-construction meeting where you looked for surprises and potential problems. Thank you for your patience in working with us through the decision-making process.