2008 Market Leaders

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The 2008 Market Leaders list, which identifies the top remodelers in 20 top remodeling markets, was compiled through a combination of research by Professional Remodeler staff and information provided by the listed companies. 

June 01, 2008

 

The 2008 Market Leaders list, which identifies the top remodelers in 20 top remodeling markets, was compiled through a combination of research by Professional Remodeler staff and information provided by the listed companies. The list of 100 companies is listed below.

 



Follow the Money

Customer service that goes beyond the norm has helped Dave Adamczyk and DA Home Improvement succeed in the competitive Michigan multifamily market.  Photo by Marc Berlow


There are economic downturns, and then there’s Detroit.

 

While most of the country feels the effects of the hard-hit economy and a slowdown in the remodeling market, few cities have been hit as hard as Detroit. Not only is the area suffering from the results of the subprime fallout, but a local economy dependent on manufacturing has been in a freefall. (In fact, the metro area ranked No. 6 for foreclosures in the first quarter of the year, making it the only Top 10 market outside the Sun Belt.)

Put it all together and it seems like a recipe for disaster. That makes the success of DA Home Improvement, based in suburban Wyandotte, Mich., stand out even more. While many area remodelers lost millions of dollars in business from 2006 to 2007 or just disappeared altogether, DA Home Improvement was able to grow slightly to $18 million in sales in 2007, with more growth forecast for this year.

Instead of fighting the economy and scrambling for a piece of the shrinking single-family market, DA Home Improvement has succeeded by turning its attention to multi-family projects. While the company still undertakes smaller residential projects, multi-family — ranging from low-income apartments to high-end condominiums — has become its bread and butter.

It’s a matter of following the market, says President Dave Adamczyk. With people losing their homes or choosing not to buy, the apartment market is booming. Because of high vacancy rates, many property owners weren’t remodeling, but now rising demand is causing them to invest in much-needed renovations.

“They’ve found that they can take a property with a lot of open units, spend some money on remodeling, and then they end up with a waiting list to get in,” Adamczyk says. “After they see that, they decide to invest in upgrading their other properties, too.”

Like many firms, DA Home Improvement relies on repeat and referral business. What sets the company apart is the incredible level of service that Adamczyk offers his clients to make sure they get that business.

“I do everything I can to make the project work for the client,” he says. “We’ll finance it for them, we’ll piecemeal it, we’ll help them get grants — whatever we can do.”

One recent project is a perfect example of that above-and-beyond service. A potential client had an apartment complex that literally had blue tarps covering a leaky roof. (“It looked like we were down in the Caribbean after a hurricane,” Adamczyk says.) Because of the roof, the property owners couldn’t get insurance, and without insurance they couldn’t get a loan to make repairs.

“So, I went in and financed the roof for them and made sure they had cash flow to handle it,” Adamczyk says.

Once the roofs were repaired, the client got insured, and then Adamczyk helped them secure funding from a lender he works with to not only pay the company back for the roof, but also to undertake $4 million in siding and shutters.

“They got insurance and paid me off, and I got the job for the rest of the complex,” Adamczyk says. “A lot of contractors won’t do that.”

Another service offers his low-income housing clients help with getting state and federal grants. The residents have to meet income standards, but the grants are readily available.

“There are grants that are just waiting there,” he says. “These apartment owners don’t even realize they can use them, or if they do, they don’t want to be involved with the paperwork. So we do it for them.”

This has allowed him to close jobs he probably never would have gotten otherwise.

“What I can do now is go to people and say, ‘I can give you $300,000 or $400,000 if you’re going to do X amount of work.’ That’s a big deal,” Adamczyk says.

Even after the job is completed, that dedication to service continues. While the company will go back and take care of any normal warranty work, Adamczyk has also sent his team to repair storm damage or other problems on completed jobs. It’s all part of the effort to make sure DA Home Improvement stays top-of-mind for property managers and co-op boards. Unlike a homeowner, a property manager will probably undertake dozens of remodeling projects at various properties. That’s also why Adamczyk walks through every job site to complete a final punch list after his project managers have done theirs.

“It’s got to meet my standard of absolute perfection,” he says. “People see me on their properties, and then three or four or five years later, they remember that when they need to hire someone again.”

The company does most of its work around Detroit, but will go farther for the right project. Adamczyk is getting more calls from out of state now, and he’s expanding his service area to reach his ultimate goal of a $30 million to $40 million-a-year company. Because DA Home Improvement uses subcontracted labor, Adamczyk only needs to send a project manager to the site to make these far-flung projects work.

That has also allowed him to keep his options open and offer nearly any type of remodeling. The company has done projects with millions of dollars in roofing and siding and then will turn around and get a $25,000 bathroom in a single-family home, or a multifamily job with 609 kitchens and 1,000 bathrooms.

 

Atlanta

Population: 5,278,904 (24.3 percent increase since 2000)

Median home value: $154,000 (down 9.6 percent from 2007)

Median household income: $51,948

Local unemployment rate: 5.1 percent (3.9 percent in 2007)

Total Market Leader volume: $27.8 million

Average employees: 30 (18 field, 12 office)

Average No. of projects: 45

2007 remodeling market: Three Market Leaders said it was up; two said it was down, with trends of smaller jobs and a longer decision-making process.

2008 outlook: Three say it will be worse, one better and one unchanged.

Key challenges: Maintaining consistent sales with decreasing leads, rising costs of doing business and the general economy


 

Boston

Population: 4,482,857 (2.1 percent increase since 2000)

Median home value: $357,100 (down 7.8 percent from 2007)

Median household income: $52,792

Local unemployment rate: 4.3 percent (4.3 percent in 2007)

Total Market Leader volume: $33.9 million

Average employees: 19 (10 office, 9 field)

Average No. of projects: 27

2007 remodeling market: Four Market Leaders said it was down; one said it was up, with significant drop offs in the low and middle markets, tougher competition for work and longer negotiations

2008 outlook: Three say it will be unchanged, one better and one worse.

Key challenges: Customers who are more price-concious, reducing overhead to deal with a smaller market and implementing systems to run more efficiently


 

Chicago

Population: 9,524,673 (4.7 percent increase since 2000)

Median home value: $249,600 (down 6.6 percent from 2007)

Median household income: $51,046

Local unemployment rate: 5.6 percent (4.9 percent in 2007)

Total Market Leader volume: $62 million

Average employees: 60 (33 office, 27 field)

Average No. of projects: 115

2007 remodeling market: Two Market Leaders said it was down, two said it was up and one said it was unchanged. While the Market Leaders mostly had better years, they saw significant declines for many of their competitors.

2008 outlook: Two say it will be unchanged, two better and one worse.

Key challenges: Downturn in the housing market; hiring and training new employees; and competition that is cutting prices to land work


 

Dallas

Population: 6,145,037 (19.1 percent increase since 2000)

Median home value: $142,400 (down 2.1 percent from 2007)

Median household income: $47,418

Local unemployment rate: 4.2 percent (4.1 percent in 2007)

Total Market Leader volume: $10.4 million

Average employees: 6 (3.5 field, 2.5 office)

Average No. of projects: 81

2007 remodeling market: Three Market Leaders said it was up; two said it was unchanged, with average job size increasing in a relatively strong housing market.

2008 outlook: Two say it will be unchanged, two better and one worse.

Key challenges: Developing better infrastructure to control costs, finding more consistent leads and rising material costs


 

 

Denver

Population: 2,464,866 (13.1 percent increase since 2000)

Median home value: $223,500 (down 6.6 percent from 2007)

Median household income: $51,088

Local unemployment rate: 4.8 percent (3.9 percent in 2007)

Total Market Leader volume: $37.9 million

Average employees: 23 (12 field, 11 office)

Average No. of projects: 141

2007 remodeling market: Two Market Leaders said it was up, two said it was down and one said it was unchanged.

2008 outlook: Two say it will be unchanged, two better and one worse.

Key challenges: Dealing with smaller margins, finding more effective ways to market and a decrease in leads




Detroit

 

Population: 4,467,592 (0.3 percent increase since 2000)

Median home value: $148,000 (down 15.9 percent from 2007)

Median household income: $49,160

Local unemployment rate: 8.1 percent (7.4 percent in 2007)

Total Market Leader volume: $38.3 million

Average employees: 14 (9 field, 5 office)

Average No. of projects: 119

2007 remodeling market: Four Market Leaders said it was down; one said it was up, with an increase in small home improvement projects and a decrease in larger projects.

2008 outlook: Three say it will be better and two expect worse.

Key challenges: Finding and keeping good employees, competing against low bidders and bringing staffing in line with smaller volumes


 

Houston

Population: 5,628,101 (19.4 percent increase since 2000)

Median home value: $148,400 (up .8 percent from 2007)

Median household income: $44,761

Local unemployment rate: 4.1 percent (4.1 percent in 2007)

Total Market Leader volume: $25.3 million

Average employees: 17 (10 office, 7 field)

Average No. of projects: 92

2007 remodeling market: All five Market Leaders said it was up.

2008 outlook: All five expect it to be better.

Key challenges: Rising marketing costs, aging labor pool and implementing better systems




Los Angeles

 

Population: 12,875,587 (4.1 percent increase since 2000)

Median home value: $459,400 (down 21.3 percent from 2007)

Median household income: $45,903

Local unemployment rate: 5.5 percent (4.4 percent in 2007)

Total Market Leader volume: $54.1 million

Average employees: 65 (35 field, 30 office)

Average No. of projects: 617

2007 remodeling market: Three Market Leaders said it was down; two said it was up, with consumers more reluctant to invest.

2008 outlook: Three say it will be worse and two unchanged.

Key challenges: Declining leads, the downturn in the housing market and tightened homeowner budgets


 

Minneapolis

Population: 3,208,212 (8.1 percent increase since 2000)

Median home value: $199,900 (down 10.2 percent from 2007)

Median household income: $54,304

Local unemployment rate: 4.8 percent (4.4 percent in 2007)

Total Market Leader volume: $28.4 million

Average employees: 34 (19 field, 15 office)

Average No. of projects: 256

2007 remodeling market: Three Market Leaders said it was down, one said it was up and one said it was unchanged.

2008 outlook: Two say it will be better, two worse and one unchanged.

Key challenges: Homeowners' difficulties getting financing, declining home prices, rising gas prices and smaller average job size


 

New York

Population: 18,815,988 (2.7 percent increase since 2000)

Median home value: $445,500 (down 3.9 percent from 2006)

Median household income: $50,795

Local unemployment rate: 4.7 percent (4.6 percent in 2007)

Total Market Leader volume: $94.7 million

Average employees: 57 (31 field, 26 office)

Average No. of projects: 70

2007 remodeling market: Four Market Leaders said it was down; one said it was up, with business strong in the upper end of the market but sagging elsewhere.

2008 outlook: Four say it will be worse and one expects better.

Key challenges: The tight credit market; the economic downturn; competition from builders jumping into the market; and hiring and training good employees


 

Philadelphia

Population: 5,827,962 (2.5 percent increase since 2000)

Median home value: $220,900 (down .7 percent from 2007)

Median household income: $47,528

Local unemployment rate: 4.9 percent (4.2 percent in 2007)

Total Market Leader volume: $84.1 million

Average employees: 50 (27 field, 23 office)

Average No. of projects: 644

2007 remodeling market: Three Market Leaders said it was up; two said it was down.

2008 outlook: Three say it will be worse, one better and one unchanged.

Key challenges: The slowing economy, heavy competition, more budget-concious clients and rising expenses


 

Phoenix

Population: 4,179,927 (28.5 percent increase since 2000)

Median home value: $222,200 (down 15.4 percent from 2007)

Median household income: $44,752

Local unemployment rate: 3.5 percent (3.1 percent in 2007)

Total Market Leader volume: $25.4 million

Average employees: 35 (24 field, 11 office)

Average No. of projects: 108

2007 remodeling market: Three Market Leaders said it was up, one said it was down and one said it was unchanged.

2008 outlook: Three say it will be worse and two expect better.

Key challenges: Finding and training employees; builders' entering remodeling; declining home values; and competitors using illegal labor


 

Portland

Population: 2,175,113 (12.8 percent increase since 2000)

Median home value: $286,600 (down 1.1 percent from 2007)

Median household income: $46,090

Local unemployment rate: 5.6 percent (5 percent in 2007)

Total Market Leader volume: $50.2 million

Average employees: 60 (31 field, 29 office)

Average No. of projects: 70

2007 remodeling market: All five Market Leaders said it was up, particularly in the first half of the year.

2008 outlook: Four say it will be unchanged and one expects better.

Key challenges: Effects of the mortgage market; controlling production costs; hiring and training project management staff; and maintaining controlled growth


 

Sacramento

Population: 2,091,120 (16.4 percent increase since 2000)

Median home value: $258,500 (down 29.2 percent from 2007)

Median household income: $46,106

Local unemployment rate: 6.5 percent (5.1 percent in 2007)

Total Market Leader volume: $24.5 million

Average employees: 29 (20 field, 9 office)

Average No. of projects: 51

2007 remodeling market: Three Market Leaders said it was up; two said it was down, with project sizes decreasing slightly.

2008 outlook: Two say it will be better, two worse and one unchanged.

Key challenges: State business regulations, builders' entering remodeling and a lack of consumer confidence


 

St. Louis

Population: 2,803,797 (3.9 percent increase since 2000)

Median home value: $121,400 (down 9.7 percent from 2007)

Median household income: $44,437

Local unemployment rate: 6.4 percent (5.0 percent in 2007)

Total Market Leader volume: $35.8 million

Average employees: 48 (32 field, 16 office)

Average No. of projects: 67

2007 remodeling market: Three Market Leaders said it was up, one said it was down and one unchanged.

2008 outlook: Four say it will be unchanged and one expects better.

Key challenges: Generating leads at a reasonable cost; finding and keeping qualified employees


 

San Diego

Population: 2,974,859 (5.7 percent increase since 2000)

Median home value: $459,000 (down 22.9 percent from 2007)

Median household income: $47,607

Local unemployment rate: 5.3 percent (4.2 percent in 2007)

Total Market Leader volume: $41.8 million

Average employees: 24 (13 field, 11 office)

Average No. of projects: 81

2007 remodeling market: Two Market Leaders said it was down, two said it was up and one said it was unchanged. Last year's wildfires also affected the San Diego market.

2008 outlook: Two say it will be better, two worse and one unchanged.

Key challenges: Generating leads, finding qualified help, declining real-estate values, the general economy and nervous consumers saving their money


 

San Francisco

Population: 4,203,898 (1.9 percent increase since 2000)

Median home value: $701,700 (down 6.1 percent from 2007)

Median household income: $62,024

Local unemployment rate: 5 percent (4.2 percent in 2007)

Total Market Leader volume: $38.1 million

Average employees: 26 (15 field, 11 office)

Average No. of projects: 69

2007 remodeling market: Two Market Leaders said it was down, two said it was unchanged and one said it was up.

2008 outlook: Four say it will be worse and one unchanged.

Key challenges: Improving efficiencies, hiring good installers and keeping quality customer service as business slows


 

Seattle

Population: 3,309,347 (8.7 percent increase since 2000)

Median home value: $372,300 (down 2.1 percent from 2007)

Median household income: $50,733

Local unemployment rate: 4.2 percent (4.1 percent in 2007)

Total Market Leader volume: $57.1 million

Average employees: 69 (40 field, 29 office)

Average No. of projects: 1,200

2007 remodeling market: Four Market Leaders said it was up and one said it was down.

2008 outlook: Three say it will be unchanged, one better and one worse.

Key challenges: The economy; rising costs of insurance and fuel; increased competition; and finding qualified employees


 

Tampa

Population: 2,723,949 (13.7 percent increase since 2000)

Median home value: $184,700 (down 9.1 percent from 2007)

Median household income: $37,406

Local unemployment rate: 5.1 percent (3.6 percent in 2007)

Total Market Leader volume: $24.9 million

Average employees: 13 (7 field, 6 office)

Average No. of projects: 20

2007 remodeling market: Three Market Leaders said it was down; two said it was up, with rising taxes and cheap new homes pushing remodeling down.

2008 outlook: Two say it will be unchanged, two expect worse and one expects better.

Key challenges: Competing with low-quality imports, credit crunch, training employees and the slowing economy


 

Washington, D.C.

Population: 5,306,565 (10.6 percent increase since 2000)

Median home value: $371,800 (down 13.1 percent from 2007)

Median household income: $57,291

Local unemployment rate: 3.4 percent (2.9 percent in 2007)

Total Market Leader volume: $105.6 million

Average employees: 107 (60 field, 47 office)

Average No. of projects: 50

2007 remodeling market: Four Market Leaders said it was down and one said it was unchanged.

2008 outlook: Three say it will be better and two unchanged.

Key challenges: Declining leads and restructuring to better handle the lean market



 

Market/Company Installed volume Specialty Location
Atlanta      
Weidmann & Associates $6,987,500 Design/build remodeler Roswell, Ga.
Rembrandt Remodeling $6,800,000 Full service remodeler Marietta, Ga.
Home Rebuilders $5,367,168 Full service remodeler Atlanta
Cruickshank $4,474,000 Full service remodeler Atlanta
Atlanta Decking & Fence Co. $4,200,000 Outdoor living Cumming, Ga.
Boston
F.H. Perry Builder $10,421,000 Full service remodeler Hopkinton, Mass.
FBN Construction $8,900,000 Full service remodeler Boston
Feinmann $5,670,000 Full service remodeler Lexington, Mass.
Lee Kimball $4,600,000 Design/build remodeler Winchester, Mass.
The Wiese Co. $4,259,276 Design/build remodeler Natick, Mass.
Chicago
Normandy Builders $29,333,000 Full service remodeler Hinsdale, Ill.
Benvenuti and Stein $10,000,000 Design/build remodeler Evanston, Ill.
J.C. Restoration $9,498,002 Insurance restoration Bensenville, Ill.
Staalsen Construction Co. $8,000,000 Full service remodeler Chicago
Orren Pickell Remodeling Group $5,200,000 Full service remodeler Lincolnshire, Ill.
Dallas
Elite Remodeling $3,440,000 Full service remodeler Frisco, Texas
Skillful Improvements $2,100,000 Full service remodeler Mesquite, Texas
Capital Improvements $2,018,447 Full service remodeler Allen, Texas
Home Artisan Authority $1,600,000 Full service remodeler Denton, Texas
Curb Appeal Renovations $1,200,000 Full service remodeler Keller, Texas
Denver
BOA Construction $19,000,000 Full service remodeler Denver
Finished Basement Co. $12,000,000 Design/build remodeler Denver
UNI Design $2,700,000 Full service remodeler Greeley, Colo.
Highcraft Builders $2,700,000 Full service remodeler Fort Collins, Colo.
Artisan Interiors and Remodeling $1,500,000 Full service remodeler Centennial, Colo.
Detroit
DA Home Improvement $17,000,000 Full service remodeler Wyandotte, Mich.
Rolar Inc. $8,676,554 Full service remodeler Troy, Mich.
Great Lakes Custom Builder $8,400,000 Full service remodeler Rochester Hills, Mich.
A.J. Dompierre Construction $2,200,000 Full service remodeler Farmington, Mich.
Bloomfield Construction $2,034,464 Exterior remodeler Bloomfield Hills, Mich.
Houston
Crawford Renovation $14,100,000 Design/build remodeler Houston
Amazing Siding Corp. $4,500,000 Exterior remodeler Tomball, Texas
Doing What's Right Construction $2,900,000 Full service remodeler Conroe, Texas
Living Improvements $2,414,122 Full service remodeler Stafford, Texas
Brothers Strong $1,350,000 Full service remodeler Houston
Los Angeles
Reborn Cabinets $14,000,000 Kitchen/bath specialist Anaheim, Calif.
Pacific Home Remodeling $13,051,540 Exterior remodeler Los Angeles
Dial One Window Replacement Specialists $12,157,892 Exterior remodeler Santa Ana, Calif.
Behr Construction $9,898,000 Full service remodeler La Canada, Calif.
Plaskoff Construction $5,020,000 Full service remodeler Woodland Hills, Calif.
Minneapolis/St. Paul
Budget Exteriors $7,705,000 Full service remodeler Bloomington, Minn.
Plekkenpol Builders $6,687,000 Full service remodeler Bloomington, Minn.
Minnesota Rusco $5,100,000 Full service remodeler Minnetonka, Minn.
Authentic Construction Co. $4,271,000 Full service remodeler St. Paul
Murphy Bros. $4,600,000 Full service remodeler Minneapolis
New York
Alure Home Improvements $50,315,608 Full service remodeler Plainview, N.Y.
Home Remodelers Group $15,760,920 Full service remodeler Fairfield, N.J.
Karp Associates $13,600,000 Full service remodeler New Canaan, Conn.
Remodeling Consultants $7,660,000 Design/build remodeler Mamaroneck, N.Y.
Jarro Building Industries $7,422,071 Full service remodeler East Meadow, N.Y.
Philadelphia
Gardner/Fox Associates $40,000,000 Design/build remodeler Bryn Mawr, Pa.
Power Windows and Siding $26,445,243 Exterior remodeler Brookhaven, Pa.
Housecrafters $7,200,000 Kitchen/bath specialist Elkins Park, Pa.
Brindisi Builders $7,000,000 Full service remodeler Marlton, N.J.
Devon Remodeling & Construction $3,480,741 Full service remodeler Devon, Pa.
Phoenix
Legacy Custom Building & Remodeling $9,350,700 Design/build remodeler Scottsdale, Ariz.
Armor-Deck $5,260,254 Outdoor living Tempe, Ariz.
Kowalski Construction $4,536,380 Full service remodeler Phoenix
Kirk Development Co. $3,684,103 Full service remodeler Phoenix
Cook Remodeling & Custom Construction $2,527,000 Full service remodeler Mesa, Ariz.
Portland
Neil Kelly Co. $25,488,031 Design/build remodeler Portland
A Cut Above Exteriors & Construction $14,118,051 Exterior remodeler Portland
Metke Remodeling & Woodworking $4,633,024 Full service remodeler Lake Oswego, Ore.
Olson & Jones Construction $3,400,000 Full service remodeler Portland
Master Plan Remodeling $2,600,000 Full service remodeler Portland
Sacramento
Kitchen Mart $10,000,000 Kitchen/bath specialist Sacramento
Vinyl Designs $5,000,000 Exterior remodeler Sacramento
Morse Remodeling $4,629,688 Full service remodeler Davis, Calif.
Eberle Remodeling $2,600,000 Design/build remodeler Sacramento
D & J Kitchens & Baths $2,300,000 Kitchen/bath specialist Sacramento
St. Louis
Dalco Home Remodeling $11,727,011 Full service remodeler Bridgeton, Mo.
Boa Construction $7,700,000 Full service remodeler St. Louis
Mosby Building Arts $7,360,000 Full service remodeler St. Louis
Ehrlich's Kitchens & Baths $5,292,681 Kitchen/bath specialist Hazelwood, Mo.
P-K Construction $3,768,835 Full service remodeler Kirkwood, Mo.
San Diego
Marrokal Construction $15,083,786 Design/build remodeler San Diego
Charco Construction $10,000,000 Full service remodeler San Diego
Dewhurst & Associates $7,000,000 Full service remodeler La Jolla, Calif.
Remodel Works Bath & Kitchen $5,800,000 Kitchen/bath specialist Poway, Calif.
K-Co Construction $3,948,586 Full service remodeler San Diego
San Francisco
American Home Renewal $14,000,000 Exterior remodeler S. San Francisco, Calif.
Harrell Remodeling $11,039,000 Full service remodeler Mountain View, Calif.
McCutcheon Construction $6,452,645 Design/build remodeler Berkeley, Calif.
Schiller Construction $4,070,530 Design/build remodeler Mountain View, Calif.
Creative Spaces $2,500,000 Full service remodeler Oakland, Calif.
Seattle
State Roofing $22,852,000 Exterior remodeler Monroe, Wash.
Sound Glass Sales $14,083,000 Exterior remodeler Tacoma, Wash.
Westhill $7,387,000 Full service remodeler Woodinville, Wash.
The Affordable Co. $7,000,000 Exterior remodeler Burien, Wash.
Tenhulzen Remodeling $5,778,000 Full service remodeler Redmond, Wash.
Tampa
Home-Pro $14,283,000 Outdoor living Oldsmar, Fla.
Kitchen Creations $3,000,000 Kitchen specialist Tampa. Fla.
TriplePoint Construction $2,735,500 Full service remodeler Gulfport, Fla.
Strobel Design Build $2,726,000 Full service remodeler St. Petersburg, Fla.
Daniel E. Ashline Inc. $2,131,090 Full service remodeler St. Petersburg, Fla.
Washington, D.C.
Case Design/Remodeling $49,145,943 Full service remodeler Bethesda, Md.
BOWA Builders $28,820,991 Full service remodeler McLean, Va.
The Window Place $9,739,696 Exterior remodeler Fairfax, Va.
Landis Construction Corp. $9,200,000 Design/build remodeler Washington, D.C.
Sun Design Remodeling Specialists $8,720,000 Full service remodeler Burke, Va.
Sources: Company-provided data, Bureau of Labor Statistics, U.S. Census Bureau, National Association of Realtors, Office of Federal Housing Enterprise Oversight, Zillow.com

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