Bethesda MD Home Remodeling Contractor
An Affordable House Addition Contractor in Bethesda MD.
Hire Us as Your Bethesda MD Home Remodeling Company!
We both build and design custom homes, as well as all types of home remodeling projects. Efficiency and high quality services are our forte. We are keen to meet your unique specifications. Our services are also within the legal requirements since we have all the licenses and insurance required by the State of Maryland. Hire us – Elite Contractor Services – to build your custom home or complete your home remodeling project. Contact us 703-813-1768 and we will be there!
Bethesda MD in Kitchen and Bathroom Remodels
If you are planning a kitchen remodel or bathroom remodel, you need a remodeling partner, and we are that partner. Elite Contractor Services has knowledgeable and experienced consultants who will provide you with a range of home remodeling solutions! When it comes to establishing new layouts that meets your requirements, for example, we use a 3D design software to help you visualize layout changes before we start knocking down the walls and doing your complete remodel. In addition, if you have ideas about bathroom or kitchen remodels, we will be glad to join in and complete the job with your specifications in mind. We aim to keep any kitchen or bathroom remodel under budget, and on time. Call us today.
Bethesda Maryland: Factoid
Situated near the northwest intersection of present-day Old Georgetown Road and Wisconsin Avenue, the “old stone tavern,” as it was familiarly called, was the first commercial establishment in the area—and the nucleus of what would become downtown Bethesda. Bethesda’s early status as a wayside stop was commemorated in 1929 by the Daughters of the American Revolution, who erected their “Madonna of the Trail” statue honoring not those who stayed, but those who passed through. The 10-foot statue, sculpted by the German-born artist August Leimbach and depicting a pioneer mother cradling a small child while another clings to her skirt, was one of 12 identical statues placed along a route between Bethesda and Upland, Calif., commemorating women’s contributions to America’s westward movement.