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Diamond in the Rough

This Northeast Ohio Business Will Make All of Your Home Renovation Dreams Come True

If your home is long overdue for an upgrade or remodel, let this be the sign you were waiting for to get started. Diamond in the Rough is a licensed and insured home remodeling company located in Sugarcreek. The Northeast Ohio business specializes in home, kitchen and bathroom remodeling as well as custom tile installation and the construction of additional rooms. 

When it comes to what sets Diamond in the Rough apart from its competitors, it's the business's unwavering commitment to its customers. Diamond in the Rough has incredibly high quality standards, meaning corners are never cut and customers always receive the best products and services to make their space feel like home. 

Diamond in the Rough does everything from start to finish, fostering a stress-free process for its customers. Here are some of the things the business can do for you: 

  • Kitchen remodeling: countertop and cabinet installation, painting, adding backsplash, laying down new flooring and repositioning elements like plumbing and electrical
  • Bathroom remodeling: painting, laying tile or revamping the space with new flooring, installing energy-efficient fixtures and optimizing floor space
  • Home remodeling: everything above as well as the construction of a home addition like a new garage, bathroom or bedroom, basement finishing and top-to-bottom home improvements.

Services are provided within a two-hour radius of Sugarcreek, covering areas like Medina, Akron, Canton and Wooster. 

If you're ready to learn more about Diamond in the Rough, call 330.763.0089 for a quote. From there, you will chat with one of Diamond in the Rough's specialists who will schedule a time to visit your house and learn more about the project you have in mind. Your specialist will then create a detailed proposal and free estimate for your project. 

To learn more about Diamond in the Rough and view more photos of past projects, visit