Home Remodeling in Maryland, DC and Virginia
When you hire Wentworth, Inc. for a new kitchen design, we take care of it all. We are your architect, kitchen designer, interior designer and contractor. Because you will never have to further complicate the process by hiring a separate architect and kitchen designer, the Wentworth value is hard to beat. Wentworth, Inc. will design your new kitchen layout, plan the space and select the appliances, countertops, and other finishes - all within our one simple design fee.
They say the design of a bathroom is all in the details. Wentworth, Inc. understands the joy of a functional bathroom, one where brushing your teeth doesn't involve bumping into your spouse, but we also understand the importance and necessity of luxury details. A Wentworth, Inc. bathroom remodel combines function and luxury even when it seems like an impossible match.
If you want to add more space to your Maryland, Washington, DC and Virginia area home without building an addition, you may want to consider basement remodeling. Basement remodeling is a smart way to reap the benefits of unused space that already exists in your home. Basements, particularly cramped and dreary basements, can be put to better use as playrooms, home offices, guest rooms, exercise studios and more.
Whether it's used for car parking or storage of sports equipment, a garage is a practical luxury and its benefits are many. For those of us who park our cars in a garage, escape from bad weather is one of the best benefits! In the winter your car is warmer and you never have to deal with frosty windows or snowy windshields. In the tight parking areas we're so familiar with in Washington, DC, a garage certainly guarantees you won't have to spend time searching for a spot on the street.
The attic holds a lot of potential for livable space if you need more room in your home but don’t want to build an addition. Converting your attic into a livable room is not only an excellent way to expand space but may also be possible at a reasonable cost! The Wentworth team has experience remodeling all types of attics and will make sure no detail is overlooked, and we will also make sure we produce the best results for you.
If you love your neighborhood, but your beloved home no longer fits your needs, you may not need to immediately pick up the phone and call a realtor. Often, when your home isn't functioning the way you need it to, a whole house renovation may be the best solution to get what you need without having to put up a "for sale" sign.
Remodeling a historic home requires not only sensitivity towards design and the architectural history that came before, but also an understanding of the logistics involved with obtaining approvals for remodeling a home in a historic district. Throughout the years, the Wentworth team of architects and builders has gained extensive knowledge of the zoning, building codes and historic materials necessary to ensure any historic home remodeling project runs smoothly and produces a truly seamless final result.
A lot of people wish to stay at home throughout their maturing years, and with aging-in-place design, staying at home as long as possible is an easy reality. Aging in place refers to living in your home safely, comfortably, and independently no matter your age or ability level. According to the American Association of Retired Persons (AARP), the majority of homeowners want to age in place.