2015 NARI Capital Contractor of the Year Awards
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Wentworth Wins 3 NARI Capital CotY Awards

Wentworth is proud to announce that we won three 2015 Capital Contractor of the Year (CotY) awards. We are the:

  • Grand Award winner in the category Residential Addition $100,000 – $250,000
  • Grand Award winner in the category Residential Interior $75,000 – $150,000
  • Finalist Award winner in the category Residential Interior over $150,000

Every year, the prestigious Contractor of the Year (CotY) awards are given to members of the National Association of the Remodeling Industry (NARI) who have demonstrated “outstanding work through their remodeling projects.” NARI Metro DC members represent an elite group of more than 300 companies and individuals in the remodeling industry, and we are honored to be a part of it.

The Award-Winning Washington, DC Home Remodels

Residential Addition $100,000 – $250,000

Award-Winning Home Addition

This project was a two-floor rear addition on top of the basement level garage of a 1920s Tudor style home in Northwest Washington, DC. Responding to the homeowners’ desire to keep their new addition in sync with the Tudor style, our design team prepared three options, each with a Tudor style influence but slightly different take on the exterior façade.

Read more about this home addition on our blog.

Residential Interior $75,000 – $150,000

Award-Winning Home Remodel

Nestled beside Rock Creek Park is a 1980s-era planned community of homes which feature lovely woodland views. Upon purchasing their home, our clients sought out our design-build team to reconfigure their living spaces. By reorganizing the space to provide more storage in a smaller footprint and removing unnecessary walls to open up the space (in a pleasing enfilade), we were able to provide light and woodland views throughout the home.

Read more about this home remodel on our blog.

Residential Interior over $150,000

NARI CotY Award Winner

The homeowners purchased a 1920s bungalow home knowing some remodeling work eventually would be needed. After the arrival of their first child, their priorities became apparent. The family wanted to remodel the kitchen to be a larger chef’s kitchen with island seating, raise the sunken family room floor to make the spaces flow and be contiguous with the kitchen, and reconfigure the front entry to serve as a dual function foyer and mudroom for a busy, on-the-go lifestyle.

Read more about this home remodel on our blog.

Feel free to browse our photo gallery to view more pictures of these award-winning designs and other homes we’ve remodeled—and contact us if you’re looking for an architect-led design-build firm in the DC metropolitan area!

“ Steven.....terrific!....and thanks again for the outstanding work on the renovation!!! ”

Chuck, Washington, DC