Bruce Gingrich, President
Glenn Gingrich, Inc.
For the past 22 years I have been designing and building homes and additions. I have learned a lot about collaborating with people to help them achieve a home that is both beautiful and functional. I've developed insights into improving how people live in their homes and a lot of design ideas, this is where I share them.
I hope you find these blogs interesting. If you are looking to make changes to your home--or tear it down and start over again--don't hesitate to contact me. I would love to have the opportunity to work creatively with you.
And, yes, if you've seen it on HGTV, we can do it.
Thanks for reading,
PA contractor #005452
All pictures, unless noted, are Glenn Gingrich, Inc. Projects.
Author Archives: Bruce Gingrich
Kevin, a designer at Horizon Kitchens, insisted that Phil call me; I was the person Phil needed to execute the kitchen remodel Kevin had designed for his carriage house in Lancaster City. The structure had been converted into a residence … Continue reading
We won the Lancaster BIA Remodeler’s Awards of Excellence high end bath category this year. I had not entered a project since the late 1990’s and it feels good to be honored by my peers. Sandra called me a few … Continue reading
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It doesn’t matter how good the room looks, if it does not work well, it is a failure. The existing room was neither, functional nor beautiful. No counter space adjacent to the sink Imagine trying to get four young boys … Continue reading
The second blog post I did back in November 2010 <Great Design “Bang for the Buck”>, described a custom kitchen design that kept an eye on the budget. The client called me back almost a year after I did the design … Continue reading
I am displaying my photography of Lancaster County at the New Holland Coffee Company for the month of March. Hang one of these pictures in your home, or the prints make great gifts! To see the full selection of images … Continue reading
My brother lives in San Diego, and bought a home with a completely open first floor that is divided by arched openings. The openings are finished with bullnose drywall corners leaving nowhere to transition colors between rooms because there is … Continue reading
Straight lines and a contemporary color palette set this bath apart. Needless to say, Ginny was thrilled to lose the blue tile. This sink combines the look of a raised vessel and cost savings of a drop-in sink that … Continue reading
If you will allow me, I would like to explain what a Greenhouse Germination Chamber has to do with your home. Several months ago we were called by the grower at a large, local greenhouse to build them a germination … Continue reading