Your Neighborhood Remodeler Since 1990
Why so many homeowners have come to count on us
At Custom Contracting, we’ve earned a reputation as a local leader in residential remodeling and general contracting services.
It’s important to us that every client feel their project is our main focus. We’re committed to personal service with an emphasis on communication and collaboration.
We are full-service, design/build remodelers. We take full responsibility for the design, construction and satisfactory completion of your home improvement project.
Our staff includes Project Managers and Designers as well as Certified Lead Carpenters and Certified Remodelers. Earned through the National Association of the Remodeling Industry (NARI), these designations signify the highest levels of technical expertise, communication skills and ethics.
We’ve served Arlington and the surrounding communities since 1990. Our experience allows us to offer proven advice on all aspects of home renovation to make the most of your remodeling investment.
We have at our disposal a network of trusted trade subcontractors – including electricians, plumbers and painters – who do excellent work within their respective specialties.
From the Blog
Sometimes an interior renovation isn’t enough – you simply need more space! That was the case with our clients in Arlington. They decided to renovate their kitchen, but wanted to add more space and create …
Qualified Remodeler, a leading publication serving remodelers and home improvement companies in the U.S., has ranked Custom Contracting as No. 262 on its 43rd annual TOP500 remodelers of 2021 – up from No. 300 on …
“It was a pleasure to work with Custom, as always. We trust them and know they’ll always do a great job. They’re just wonderful to work with.”
“We’ve worked with Bill several times, and he’s always been wonderful. I feel as if he’s always liked our house and is excited to be part of anything we’re doing.”
“The space is gorgeous, and we couldn’t be more pleased. We would definitely work with Custom Contracting again.”