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Where Your House Becomes a Home

SERVICING THE KANSAS CITY AREA FOR NEARLY 40 YEARS

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Where Your House Becomes a Home

SERVICING THE KANSAS CITY AREA FOR NEARLY 40 YEARS

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Where Your House Becomes a Home

SERVICING THE KANSAS CITY AREA FOR NEARLY 40 YEARS

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Where Your House Becomes a Home

SERVICING THE KANSAS CITY AREA FOR NEARLY 40 YEARS

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Where Your House Becomes a Home

SERVICING THE KANSAS CITY AREA FOR NEARLY 40 YEARS

SHOWER DOORS

Update your bath with our top-of-the-line selection of shower doors and enclosures

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FIREPLACES

Whether your style is modern, antique, or in between, we have the right fireplace to bring virtually any room to life.

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STONE VENEER

With our endless selection of manufactured and natural veneers, you can choose the color and style that best suits your home.

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SEAMLESS GUTTER

Custom built for your home or business, with a superior installation system.

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MIRRORS & GLASS

Trust us to do the custom design job right when it comes to mirror and glass cutting and installation.

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CULTURED MARBLE

Our cultured marble is carefully crafted right here in Riverside, Missouri. View our vast selection of high-quality cultured marble.

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Complete Home Concepts

The history of our company starts in 1974 with our father, Jim Goodwin, the forefather of what is now known as Complete Home Concepts. Jim was transferred to Kansas City while in charge of building Dolly Madison Bakeries for Interstate Brands. That was until he came across a newspaper ad for stone veneer molds. Intrigued by the idea, he not only bought the molds, he bought into the business of stone veneer products. In a little building at 210 NE Harlem – near the old, downtown airport – he spent his evenings and weekends making stone. More than just a hobby, the three-car garage sized building was used to create and sell stone to contractors for installation. After working both jobs for a year, in July 1977, he took on the stone business full-time, establishing Model Stone of KC.

His little stone business became a family affair, all us kids helped in any way we could. For example, we were charged with cleaning out old, wax-coated restaurant boxes and prepping them for molds. This proved to be a very cost-effective way to help the stone molds release cleaner and more efficiently. A good example of ways Dad continuously worked to improved his business, and help it grow.

It didn’t take long until he realized that it made more sense to offer his own installation services. So that’s exactly what he did, and changed the name to Model Stone Midwest, Inc. He then began to develop new stone sizes and colors. The first series was called the ‘Dry Lay’ series, which really began to take hold in the new homebuilder community.

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