2016 NARI Capital Contractor of the Year Awards | Award-Winning Home Remodels

Wentworth Wins 2 NARI Capital CotY Awards

Wentworth is proud to announce that we won two 2016 Capital Contractor of the Year (CotY) awards. We are the:

  • Finalist Award winner in the category Residential Interior $75,000 to $150,000
  • Merit Award winner in the category Landscape Design/Outdoor Living $60,000 and Over

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 Interior

Award-Winning Kitchen Remodel

This project was a townhouse galley kitchen transformation in the Tenleytown area. Our team removed the wall between the kitchen and dining room to open up the space. The remodeled kitchen features a custom central island, ceramic subway tile backsplash, honed granite countertops, custom designed table with expandable leaves, and new oak wood flooring.

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Outdoor Living Space

Award-Winning Home Addition

Our award-winning exterior remodel was an addition on a home in Washington, DC’s American University Park neighborhood. The three-season room was built seamlessly to integrate to the style of the Colonial home, and it features floor-to-ceiling windows to highlight gorgeous views, removable glass-like panels to fit over the screens for better temperature control, and comfortable seating. A grilling deck also helps enhance the functionality of the entire space.

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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!

“ The project is coming along really well, and I'm excited to get home again and start using my new kitchen. Eric and team have been doing really beautiful work. The shallow shelving unit, in particular, is worth stopping by to take a look at, if you haven't done so already. Eric has also been really kind about keeping me updated with texts and progress photos. Kudos to the whole team. ”

J.H., Capitol Hill, Washington, DC