Wentworth Is Your Local Design-Build Company
Do you want to remodel a room in your home? Whether you want a new addition, a few custom details or a complete remodel, you’ve come to the right place. Wentworth is a premier home remodeling company serving Potomac, and we are committed to remodeling older homes for contemporary lifestyles. Every Wentworth project takes a home’s history, design and surrounding neighborhood into account, and the award-winning Wentworth design-build team knows how to seamlessly integrate the old with the new when remodeling homes. Whether you live in Avenel, Bradley Farms or any other neighborhood, we can help.
No matter what your project entails, we strive to go above and beyond to ensure you’re completely satisfied. A beautiful, well-designed home is attainable, and the Wentworth team can help you achieve it.
Why Choose a Design-Build Company?
Wentworth is an architect-led design-build firm, offering architecture, interior design, and construction (and award-winning service) under one roof. Our experienced architects, designers, and craftsmen work collaboratively to build the home you’ve always wanted.
Your kitchen should fit your lifestyle and needs—after all, it is one of the most used rooms. A kitchen renovation project is a favorite of Wentworth and always provides the perfect space for a fusion of function and design. A smart kitchen remodel can add value to your home and transform a formerly cramped room into a custom space that suits your every need and stylistic preferences.
We begin every kitchen remodeling project with research and base our design on the homeowners’ needs and desires. Years of experience have shown us that a truly beautiful kitchen is one that is functional and aesthetically pleasing. We have successfully remodeled hundreds of kitchens with stunning results, on time, and within budget.
Bathrooms may be a daily necessity, but your bathroom can also be a place of serenity and beauty. When you hire Wentworth to design and build your new Potomac, Maryland bathroom, the final product will improve your everyday routine and add exceptional value to your home.
Our holistic approach to bathroom design takes into consideration all aspects of the current bathroom and surrounding rooms. A master or small bathroom remodel can be as simple as updating the bathroom within its current footprint, but typically involves the redesign and reconfiguration of a cramped bathroom and master bedroom. Many of the older homes traditionally found in Potomac are charming but feature bathrooms that need improvement. Using our years of experience with home remodeling, we are able to effectively maximize size and minimize cost when approaching a master bathroom remodel.
Reconfiguring interior space
As local homeowners’ informal, modern lifestyles are better suited to open-plan kitchens and living spaces, a reconfiguration of your home’s current layout may be the perfect solution. Reconfiguring your home’s interior space can be an effective way to achieve your dream home without the expense of putting on a whole new addition. A more efficient floor plan often reveals untapped potential in your home: extra hallway space, old closet configurations, and oversized guest rooms are all areas that can be transformed into usable space. A home does not often need more space – existing space simply needs to be better used.
Reconfiguring basement space during a basement finishing project is a valuable way to benefit from space that already exists in your home. Basement space can often be put to better use as playrooms, home offices and entertainment spaces. In order to maximize basement space, Wentworth can move or conceal existing mechanical equipment, alter ductwork to gain space, and relocate a poorly laid out bathroom.
If you love your neighborhood and don’t want to move to accommodate a growing family unless absolutely necessary, a home addition may be an economical and efficient solution. A Wentworth home addition allows you to keep things you love about your home while improving upon the things you don’t. Whether it’s a larger kitchen, a new bathroom or an extra bedroom, home additions require careful architectural study. Our experienced and award-winning design-build team has worked on numerous home additions in Potomac, Maryland, and we understand that a cohesive home addition is achieved through a collaborative design whereby you, your architect, interior designer and construction team work together to achieve the desired design and budget results.
Our team can talk through your ideas for a:
- Porch addition
- Sunroom addition
- Kitchen addition
- Garage addition
Customize Your Home with Details
Do you want to add personality to your home? A Wentworth home remodel can transform your home in Potomac and add special details and features that fit your lifestyle and design preferences. Our team of home architects and interior designers will work with you to build custom details into your new space, whether that space is a kitchen, a bathroom or a basement. Custom home details can be simple paneled wood wainscot to enhance a library space or crown molding with exquisite detailing. Or, in the case of a custom banquette to accommodate your large family dinners, custom details can become the focal point of a room. Used strategically, custom home details will take your Potomac, Maryland home from ordinary to extraordinary.
Choose Wentworth for Home Remodeling & Renovation in Potomac
Wentworth recently completed a home addition project for a 1970s Neocolonial style home in Potomac. The family wanted more space, so our team added a mudroom and expanded the kitchen and separate breakfast room. Read more about this home addition project. You can also see the stunning before-and-after transformation in our gallery.
No matter what your home design and building needs are, Wentworth can help. In the Potomac, Maryland area, we offer home design, home building, home remodeling and renovation, home space conversion, and custom details. In short, we can build you a beautiful custom home that meets your every need!
Do you want to remodel your home? Contact Wentworth today. Call us to set up an appointment! Once you’ve scheduled your first appointment with our team, follow the directions below the map to our office.
- Take MD-190 E/River Road toward I-495.
- Merge onto I-495.
- Take the exit toward Connecticut Avenue.
- Keep right at the fork, follow signs for Connecticut Avenue/MD-185 S/Chevy Chase, and merge onto Connecticut Avenue.
- Make a U-turn.
- Our office will be on the right.
Frequently Asked Remodeling Questions
Is it cheaper to remodel or build a new house?
Unless there is exceptional damage or deterioration to the structural elements of the home, including the foundation, it is typically more cost-effective to remodel than it is to build a new house.
In what order should you renovate a house?
A house renovation typically follows this order:
- Structural and Safety Concerns – Foundation repairs, roof repairs or replacement, and damaged siding and/or window repair or replacement to prevent water penetration.
- Demolition – Tearing down and disposal of structure and materials.
- Rebuilding – Addition of new walls, beams, doorways, and window frames.
- Electrical, Plumbing, and HVAC – Installation of utilities and HVAC equipment while the walls are open.
- Insulation and Drywall – Insulation installation in walls, attic, and ceilings, and walls finished with drywall.
- Windows – Installation of energy-efficient window replacements.
- Finish Work – Baseboard, door and window trim, crown molding, built-in shelving, and more.
- Paint and Wallpaper – Finishing of interior wall surfaces and trim with paint or wallpaper.
- Flooring – Installation of hard and soft flooring.
- Cabinetry and Appliances – Installation of cabinetry, countertops, backsplashes, and appliances.
- Exterior Finishes and Gutters – Finishing touches on the exterior of the home.
What are the steps in remodeling a house?
- Consultation – The initial consultation takes place in your home in order to view the space and determine your goals for the remodel.
- Budgeting – A conceptual budget is established for the project.
- Design – Preliminary designs are created and presented.
- Plans – The budget is reviewed and adjusted and the final drawings are completed.
- Design – The homeowners choose their finishes, products, and materials.
- Contract – A fixed-price contract is prepared.
- Permits – All necessary permits and approvals are obtained.
- Construction – Construction begins.
How long does it take to do a full renovation?
On average, a whole-home renovation can take anywhere from four to eight months or more. This timeline is dependent on the size and scope of the project and may be better established once the final plans are in place.
How should I choose a contractor?
Choose a contractor that has established themselves as an industry leader with the experience, knowledge, and credentials needed for the successful completion of your remodel. Ask for referrals and view past remodeling projects to determine the quality of the work and attention to detail.