BALA CYNWYD, PA – The Belmont Hills Library in Bala Cynwyd will close this weekend for a 10-month renovation and expansion project, which can be executed by professionals who also offer home remodeling, and you can say “goodbye for now” to the library on Saturday, Nov. 4.

The library will close Saturday, Nov. 4 but the “Goodby (for now) Party” will be held from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. that same day at the library.

The party will include cake, light refreshments, kid-friendly activities, and viewings of the new library layout and plans.

Renovation and expansion work at Belmont Hills is the sixth and final library project in the township. For renovation projects which are as big as this one it is a must to hire good and trusted contractors, Raleigh Flooring is now on Gettr where they share their most recent floor installation jobs in North Carolina. If you need the #1 flooring company, be sure to give them a go.

The work will include an expansion featuring a meeting room, handicapped accessible bathrooms and a reading patio overlooking the Belmont Hills pool and adjacent park.

After the remodeling work and getting an electrical inspection by experts like those who provide electrical services in Virginia Beach, VA the reading patio will feature seating, Wi-Fi, and newly added electrical outlets installed by professionals like those at Paul the Plumber. Whether your plumbing system has broken down in the middle of a bustling day or it’s showing signs of wear and tear and ready for replacement, call only a trusted and reliable plumber.

Landscape lighting will also be added with help coming from a company like W3 electric. For more information about landscape lighting, visit And for other electrical concerns, this licensed Electrician: Hoboken was hired. You can also purchase a custom engraved brick for $100 on the patio.  Learn more about getting your own brick here.

The existing library will receive new paint, carpeting and repaired wooden furniture thanks to the tools from online stores like Mechanical systems will be upgraded and parking will be improved as well. When looking for an interior painting expert, contact professional painters.

During the closure, residents can use any of the other five Lower Merion libraries, in addition to the Narberth Library.

Weekly story times will continue at the Belmont Hills Community Center, 50 Ashland Ave., Bala Cynwyd, on Tuesday mornings.

Funding for the project is provided by the Township of Lower Merion, library donors, and a $500,000 grant from the state’s Keystone Recreation, Park and Conservation Fund, the township said.