Tiffin was settled back in 1812. The familiar bronze statue of “The Indian Maiden” on Frost Parkway, near Miami Street, marks the site of Fort Ball, a military depot of the War of 1812. Tiffin St. Paul’s United Methodist Church was the first church in the world to be lit by Edison’s light bulb, and the first public building in the United States to be wired for electricity. Tiffin is the home of the historic Ritz Theatre, built-in 1928 as a vaudeville house. To learn more about this beautiful area please visit the City of Tiffin website here.
Mangum and Sons is a Tiffin contractor looking to help our neighbors with home remodeling.
The picture on the top of this page features a clean, elegant approach to a modern-style kitchen. The kitchen is outfitted with birch cabinets and Carrara marble countertops enhanced by brushed stainless steel appliances.
In the picture immediately following on top, you will find a modern farm-style kitchen with a large island and extensive countertop work areas. This Tiffin kitchen from neighboring Findlay includes beautiful dark cherry cabinetry accented with white marble countertops.
The next image is a Tiffin bathroom remodel from neighboring Findlay featuring an elegant soaking tub and a beautifully tiled walk-in glass shower situated in a nicely tiled spacious bathroom.
And this next image is the back of a Tiffin home remodel from neighboring Findlay viewing the large two-story deck and landscaping.
Contact Mangum & Sons to make your Tiffin Home Remodeling dreams come true.