Home Remodeling in Washington DC.
Home Additions in the Washington DC Area
Custom Home Builder Washington DC Area
As a comprehensive design and build company, Elite Contractor Services offers high quality, efficient construction tailored to your specific needs. Our multi-faceted team is skilled, creative, effective and customer-focused–just what you need and expect your ideal local home builder to be. We are licensed, fully insured and bonded to work on your custom home. Let us help you create something great, whether your goal is an ornate local landmark house, a streamlined, modern and functional Washington DC home or something completely different. Are you ready to transform your existing house into a dream home? Ready to design and build your ideal custom home? Tell us what you need–and we’ll take your home building or remodeling project to the next level. Contact Elite Contractor Services in Washington DC call us at 703-813-1768 today!
Kitchen and Bathroom Remodeling Contractors in Washington DC
Elite Contractor Services specializes in all aspects of kitchen renovation and bathroom remodeling for DC homeowners. As an experienced kitchen remodel contractor, Elite helps you realize your vision for an ungraded kitchen or spa-style bathroom with ease. If you are considering remodeling your kitchen, but your vision is not yet complete, we can offer design expertise and space-planning that draws upon our decades of experience. We can help you sort through your finish options to produce the ambiance you seek. As a premium bathroom remodeling contractor in Washington, DC, we ensure you receive just the bathroom and kitchen features you want, on the agreed-upon timeline. We perform bathroom remodels and kitchen upgrades that meet code and exceed your expectations.
Tyson’s Corner, Virginia: Factoid
The land on top of which the mall was first constructed was once owned by William Tyson, a native of Cecil County, Maryland (the northeast most part of the state). He bought the land from former Congressman A. Lawrence Foster of New York who had moved to a farm on the property in 1844 after he was out of Congress. Before Mr. Tyson purchased his land there, the area was called Peach Grove. Tyson settled in and became the postmaster of the Peach Grove Post Office, which was established on April 22nd, 1851. The area formerly known as Peach Grove eventually came to be known as Tysons Crossroads and then Tysons Corner after William Tyson.