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September 29, 2005 - Image 74

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2005-09-29

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Thirty years after it was built and 25 years since they bought it, Tony and Phyllis Payson decided

they'd rather update than move away from their Walnut Lake home that included a feature Tony
simply couldn't give up—fly fishing right outside his door.

"I catch a lot of bass out there," he said.

The first step in their monumental redo was searching for and selecting the right company for the
job—Gittleman. "We couldn't have found a better company," said Tony. "The whole place needed
refurbishing." From top to bottom, inside and out, the Payson family home was transformed from a
1970's house to a fabulous 21st century residence with a new roof and roofline. cathedral ceilings and
new windows, a state-of-the-art kitchen, his & her walk-in closets, limestone floors, marble fireplaces
and more. It has become, they said, "the house we've always wanted. -
Best yet, it happened without hassle, within budget and ahead of time. In February, the Paysons
moved out and Gittleman took over. By Memorial Day, Phyllis was busy with the decorator, finishing
the interior exactly as she dreamed and Tony was casting away from his own backyard. Now,
grandchildren come by to visit and friends are amazed by their all new old home.
"It looks just great," said Tony. "Scott Gittleman was terrific, the company was terrific, they all did a
wonderful job, really just out of this world."

And totally down to earth. "He kept in close contact with us at all times. And if there was a problem it
was taken care of immediately."

So when you decide you want to stay where you are but refresh the space you're living in, call in the
crew from Gittleman to rebuild your tired place into the home of your dreams.

JUST ASK TONY AND PHYLLIS PAYSON.

GITTLEMAN

CONSTRUCTION inc

28580 ORCHARD LAKE RD., SUITE 102, FARMINGTON HILLS, MI 48334

248.538.5400

www.gittleman.net

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September 29 2005

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