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Remodeling Today DESIGN • BUILD • REMODEL

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NKBA Baltimore/Washington PRESIDENT........................Deleigh Van Deursen, CKD, CBD, NCIDQ IMMEDIATE PAST PRESIDENT .......................Erin H. Siarey, AKBD 1ST VP PROGRAMS............................................................Amy Gaeta SECRETARY.............Donna Ralston-Latham, LID, CID, FIFDA, ASID TREASURER ..............................................Mary B. O`Connell, AKBD

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President’s Message

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Neighborhood Evaluation: Is It Worth It?

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Bathroom & Kitchen Trends

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Arlington Reinvention

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Brightening Things Up

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A Perfect Blend Of Old And New

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Aging In Place With Craftsmen Elegance

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Certified Professionals

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NKBA Baltimore/Washington Membership Directory

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NKBA Baltimore/Washington Member Specialties

REMODELING TODAY ® PUBLISHER ..................................................................Kevin Ford EDITOR................................................................ Sharon Glorioso SENIOR EDITOR .......................................................Troy Blewett CONTRIBUTING WRITER ...............................Jeff Wiblitzhouser CONTRIBUTING WRITER ......................................Lorraine Hart CONTRIBUTING WRITER .......................Sally Williams, CQRID CREATIVE DIRECTOR..............................................Pete Moretta MARKETING DIRECTOR.............................................John Ford OFFICE MANAGER ............................................Michelle Lovrine

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President’s Message FINDING THE RIGHT

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NKBA BALTIMORE/WASHINGTON CHAPTER OFFICERS PRESIDENT Deleigh Van Deursen, CKD, CBD, NCIDQ FIRST VP PROGRAMS Amy Gaeta VP ACADEMIC RELATIONS Diane M. Hursh, CKD, CBD VP GOVERNMENT RELATIONS Linda J. McCormick VP STRATEGIC PLANNING; IMMEDIATE PAST PRESIDENT Erin H. Siarey, AKBD VP TECHNOLOGY/COMMUNICATIONS Meghan H. Fox, AKBD

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Neighborhood Evaluation:

Is It Worth It? As you are thinking about remodeling your home there are many factors to consider. If you haven’t yet decided whether to stay or move, refer to the previously published article, “Relocate or Remodel.”* Just as there are many pluses and minuses involved in deciding whether to stay in your existing home or relocate, there are also many factors to be weighed regarding remodeling your home.

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n this article we will focus on evaluating your neighborhood and the return on investment of your remodeling project. If you have already decided to remodel rather than relocate, it is now time to delve further into the neighborhood factors as they relate to your remodeling project. Since you have decided to stay in your existing home, you now must determine the extent of your remodeling and how this relates to the neighborhood. Time is a very important factor. If you plan to remodel and want to sell in the near future, the value of other houses in your neighborhood will be more important. In this case you might want to choose remodeling projects that will enhance the resale value of your home. However, if you plan to remodel your home with the intention of being there for the long term, other factors are more important. Most of us have probably heard the advice “you don’t want to have the nicest house on the block.” That could also be extended to having the nicest house in the neighborhood. But, let’s look at what that means and where it comes from. First, keep in mind that someone has to have the nicest house on the block. That being said, we can now further evaluate this “nicest house" advice. If your house is already worth significantly more money and doesn’t fit the neighborhood, then it would not be a smart financial investment to add more in remodeling. Also if your renovation makes your house worth significantly more money and it then doesn’t fit the neighborhood, then it would not be a smart financial investment. In evaluating the neighborhood, we should determine what direction the neighborhood is going. Here it would be helpful to have a crystal ball, but lacking the crystal ball, we can look at other things. Let’s start by examining the history of the neighborhood. Is it the same, better or worse 8 NKBA Baltimore/Washington’s Remodeling Today • www.remodelinform.com

BY LORRAINE HART

than a few years ago? What does it look like now? Are the other homes well maintained or are they in need of repair? Next we need to project the future. If you notice that some of your neighbors are doing repairs or getting ready for renovations, that is a good sign. Also look around at how many houses are for sale or recently sold. As new people move into the neighborhood, there is a tendency to remodel. Provided that not all the houses are for sale, new families moving in is another positive sign for the future of your neighborhood. You can get an idea of what your house and others in the neighborhood are worth or have recently sold for by doing some research on the internet. For example, Zillow.com will give you their estimated value of homes, homes for sale, as well as recent home sales. You can get data to help with the decision-making process, especially if you plan to sell in the near future. It has often been the case that when one family decides to remodel, others soon follow suit. Sometimes called “keeping up with the Joneses,” this is definitely a positive. It is often the case that whole neighborhoods or even towns change as the result of home remodeling. Probably the most wellknown example of this is Levittown, NY, once a neighborhood of inexpensive, mass-produced houses. Today, over 60 years later, there is a diverse array of homes remodeled over and over to suit the changing needs of the families that lived there. For those with young children or a growing family, a well-chosen remodeling project will add needed functionality and years of enjoyment for the whole family. Assuming your home is in the neighborhood you have chosen to be in, your


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A good contractor will be able to help you to ensure that your remodel will be appropriate for you, your family as well as your neighborhood. Your contractor should listen to your ideas and help to create solutions to meet your needs. He will also let you know what is feasible and cost effective. ■ Editor’s Note: Lorraine Hart is the president of Ideal Consulting Services, a consulting firm with offices in NY, Texas and Florida. Lorraine is a past president of the NYC, Long Island Chapter of NARI. Source for this Article: Ideal Consulting Services, Inc. Lorraine Hart, President 516-382-0862 lorraine@idealconsulting.net www.idealconsulting.net

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remodeling project will not only enhance your family life, but will add value when the time does come to move on. For those who don’t have children or whose children may have grown, there will be other reasons to remodel. These reasons could include increased functionality of the home to support a changing life style, changes needed to support physical limitations or just changes to create a different look. In determining the extent of your remodeling project, you will want to evaluate your priorities. For most of us, our priorities include enjoyment, whether that enjoyment is personal pleasure, family enhancement or time with our friends. Some of us will want our homes to be the center of our lives and activities, while others will want to enjoy life and activities outside our homes. In making decisions regarding remodeling, as long as we have decided that we want to remain in our neighborhood, we should next focus on those features that will enhance our enjoyment of our home. To ensure the best return on investment we should keep in mind not only how we will use our remodeled home, but also how others will view it when the time does come to sell it. This may not be important to you if you have the perfect home for the next 5, 10 or even 20 years. On the other hand, it would be nice to know that your renovations will make your home more salable in the future.

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Bathroom and Kitchens Trends

BY MICHELLE LOVRINE

OPEN CONCEPT

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The kitchen is the true hub of almost any home. As such, the kitchen is opening up and is getting more integrated with the rest of the house. Homeowners want to socialize while cooking and serving instead of being cut off from everyone else. “The trend has been to integrate the family room into the kitchen to make it one big open space,” said Bill Smith, CBD, with Patuxent Baths and Kitchens, Inc. in Laytonsville, MD. Also, more and more islands are being added to kitchens so people can watch their kids do homework, socialize or set out food. Designers are even seeing more hardwood floors in kitchens, which are easier to make uniform with the rest of the house since the kitchen is now flowing into other areas. CREATIVE BACKSPLASHES

Backsplashes are a mainstay for many kitchens. “We see everything from glass to slate,” said Smith. “That’s probably the most fun we have today: the tile backsplash.” Smith also mentioned that he sees a lot of steal, glass and ceramic installs. Uniform, linear designs remain the most popular. For instance, subway tiles in a running bond pattern are a popular choice right now. THE GREEN KITCHEN

With today’s modern family spending more time in the kitchen, many families find that this is the congregating area where they tend to spend the most time together. Here are some of the most popular upgrades homeowners have on their must-have list when remodeling their kitchen.

More and more homeowners are looking to reduce their impact on the environment. To make this a reality, reclaimed wood is being used to create countertops and raised bars. Many homeowners are opting to install a compost bin right into their countertops. A hole is made in the countertop and the bin fits as a drop-in. The bin itself is lined with odor protectors and a simple, flat lid is placed on top of the bin so the compost is not noticeable. A trashcan pullout with a separate recycle pullout is also popular. ENERGY STAR is also becoming more of a popular choice for appliances now. “The Earth and our world beyond today is very interesting and a deep concern for many people,” said Sam Gregory with Appliance Distributors Unlimited, Inc. in Linthicum, MD. “They want to get more value for their money as well, and ENERGY STAR does just that.”

INCREASED STORAGE

TECH IN THE KITCHEN

Homeowners want a sleeker look in their kitchens, and are opting for more cabinet space. To meet this demand, more homeowners are putting in islands, which adds extra storage as they do so. Further, cabinets are very fluid and unnoticeable units these days. Many cabinet systems are hidden behind sliding doors and have top latches that give them a sleeker appearance. Homeowners want their kitchen accessories hidden and their storage itself barely noticeable.

Since the kitchen is the hub of the home, more and more people are bringing their technology into the kitchen with them. Some homes incorporate special desk areas for working on a computer and others are adding charging stations into the plan by reserving the counter space and routing the correct wiring to the area.

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elcome to the new home: bold whites, cool grays, seamless storage, open design, wired to meet almost any technological need. Kitchens are becoming as livable and as much of a social hub as the family living room. Bathrooms are technological wonders of luxury and efficiency. Your new dream home awaits and can include the top kitchen and bathroom remodeling trends of 2012.

TOP KITCHEN TRENDS

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Appliances also are smarter in today’s kitchen: “Now every manufacturer creates induction cook tops,” said Gregory. “They are very super effective, safe and powerful.” Further, refrigerators come with the capability to access a variety of apps like Pandora for music playing and speed cook ovens can cook food up to eight times faster. TOP BATHROOM TRENDS

Homeowners are putting more effort and resources into their bathrooms then ever before. Cutting-edge technologies make the bathroom a comforting haven from the stresses of life.

in many bathrooms. A popular product on the rise is the dual-flush toilet, which uses more or less water depending on which button is pushed. Low-flush toilets are also popular, some cutting back on the amount of water they use by over half, from 3.5 gallons per flush to 1.28 gallons. Air injection showerheads offer the option to add air into the water stream, cutting back on the amount of water used but retaining the feel of the traditional showerhead. Air is infused with the water to increase the size of the droplets, creating the feeling of getting a lot of water while in reality saving water. HEATED FLOORS

While on the pricey side, heated floors are becoming more popular. “Most everyone with a luxury bathroom wants a heated floor these days,” said Smith.

HIGH TECH SHOWERS

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Homeowners are focusing on getting the best possible showering experience, since few people have the time to enjoy a bath as much as people have in the past. Side jets are huge for a more complete and luxurious showering experience. Steam showers are also on the rise. Higher-end showers now have Bluetooth compatible waterproof speakers in them so they can play music. Megan Gillis, Kitchen Designer with Ferguson Bath, Kitchen and Lighting Gallery in Chantilly, VA, pointed out the Moen ioDigital shower system, which allows the owner full control of programmable temperature options and water delivery, as well as recall of the setting with the push of one button. WATER CONSERVATION

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Bathroom and Kitchens Trends with R. Bratti Associates, Inc. in Alexandria, VA. “The good news is white in general is a classic, which makes its popularity more timeless than many trends.” However, shades of grey are being incorporated heavily as well. “We are seeing a lot of white and gray color schemes,” commented Gillis. Gregory mentioned that the more distinctive colors like the reds, blues and greens in appliances are out, except for some of the highest-end appliances. Kitchen appliances still hold steady with stainless steel being the most popular. Overall, white or gray colors are the way to go for that popular sleek and contemporary look. LED LIGHTING

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Once unappealing because of the harsh and unflattering nature of the light quality, new LED lights give off warmer and more subdued light. “The use of LED lighting also helps greatly with energy costs while still offering good light quality,” said Van Deursen. LED lighting technology overall is moving at a quick speed. LED lights can now also be found in chandeliers and pendant lights, making them a versatile addition to almost any design whim. Gillis said LED lighting for under cabinets is especially popular, while LED lights are also big in kitchens and bathrooms as recessed lights. ■

Heated floors take away the chill of walking on a cold bathroom floor in colder months, but also warm up the entire bathroom without the added cost of increasing the heat in the rest of the house. They also come with thermostats so the floor can be set to just the right temperature when the bathroom is in use, and then will shut down when the bathroom is unused. For a more cost-conscious approach, some homeowners opt to just add heated sheets in certain high-use areas, like in front of the sink, shower or toilet. TOUCH FAUCETS

Faucets that only require a tap of the wrist or forearm anywhere on the faucet to start the water flow are taking off in homes. Gillis points to the Delta/Brizo touch faucets. Cooks love them for the sanitation and water conservation benefits.

Sources For This Article: Ferguson Enterprises, Inc. 13890 Lowe Street Chantilly, VA 20151 Contact: Megan Gillis (703) 375-5816 www.ferguson.com Patuxent Baths and Kitchens, Inc. 24705 Halterman Road Laytonsville, MD 20882 Contact: Bill Smith, CBD (301) 580-4085 www.patuxentbathsandkitchens.com R. Bratti Associates, Inc. 403 East Glebe Road Alexandria, VA 22305 Contact: Deleigh Van Deursen, CKD, CBD (703) 549-1135 www.rbratti.com

TRENDS WORKING FOR THE KITCHEN AND BATHROOM

Other choices to consider are color schemes and lighting throughout your kitchen and bath. There are endless options to choose from. LIGHTS AND GRAYS

Shades of white are dominating the design scene right now. “One of the big trends I see continuing is the use of white honed marbles with white or off white painted cabinets,” said Deleigh Van Deursen, CKD, CBD, 12 NKBA Baltimore/Washington’s Remodeling Today • www.remodelinform.com

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Arlington Reinvention

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A post-WWII brick rambler with a previous second-story addition was enough room for Judi Kay and her two growing children when they originally moved in. When she and Doug Glagola—who had two children of his own—decided to blend their families, however, they quickly realized they needed more space.

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ur decision to remodel was driven by a need for additional space, pure and simple,” Doug says. “We wanted more living space and we wanted all the children to have their own bedrooms.” Importantly, design decisions were made with the goal of blending the original house, the previous renovation and new additions into a harmonious whole. The scope of the project included adding a dining room, mud/laundry room, garage and porch on the first floor, and a master suite on the second floor. A new and expanded kitchen is the highlight of the project. “The design intent was to make the kitchen the nucleus of the renovation,” says Charles McSorely, Associate AIA, of Coupard Architects in Falls Church. “The space serves to link the original home to the dining room addition and integrate the functions of cooking and entertaining.” Challenges included keeping an open path through the space while simultaneously providing enough work space for a family that enjoys working together in the kitchen. Judi had very specific requests for the kitchen including two dishwashers (one regular size and one pull out drawer model),

a six burner stove, a light colored finish for the kitchen (eggshell painted cabinets) and several work spaces since the family prepares meals together. The design mixed in some stained cherry cabinetry at the sink area along with some custom built-in cabinetry (painted various colors) to define some of the work zones. Having a couple of differing counter heights both helped to provide the right amount of storage and work spaces where they were needed.

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Arlington Reinvention Secondary storage was achieved by a bank of taller, reduced depth cabinetry, and custom made built-ins wherever a nook was available. The Coupard team worked closely with Rita McSorley, CKD of Mastercraft Design on the selection and detailing of the cabinetry by Custom Wood Products for the kitchen and the Kraftmaid cabinetry for the master bath to reflect the overall design of the home. Importantly, the kitchen has become the hub of the home. “It’s such a central spot,” Doug says. “It’s very cozy and that’s really important to us.” The overall project included a full exterior renovation, renovation of the first floor of the home including a new front porch and reconfigured entryway, a dining room addition with a vaulted ceiling, and a master suite addition over a new garage and mudroom.

Products & Materials

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Cabinetry: CWP (Custom Wood Products) Countertops: Silestone Leather Collection Refrigerator: KitchenAid Dishwasher: Fisher & Paykel Drawer Model Range: Viking Range Lighting: Hubbarton Forge (supplied by Dominion Electric Supply) Paints: Benjamin Moore Kitchen Faucet: Brizo Exterior Finishes: James Hardie Siding Azek Trim Boards WeatherShield Windows Certainteed Roofing

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“Basically there wasn’t a part of the home that remained untouched after we did this remodel,” says Doug. “Importantly, we wanted to do the renovation in a tasteful way that blended into the neighborhood. We didn’t want it to be a ‘hodge-podge’ of different people’s ideas. And the project certainly accomplished that goal.” The entire project took eight months to complete and the homeowners and their children lived there through the process. “We crammed two kids into one room, two into another and my wife and me in a third,” chuckles Doug. “It wasn’t too disruptive until we lost our kitchen. That presented some challenges, but we lived through it,” he says. “We are very happy with the end result.” ■ Sources for this article: Coupard Architects, Inc. 803 W. Broad Street #730 Falls Church, VA 22046 Contact: Mark Coupard, AIA Phone: (703) 533-3210 www.Coupard Architects.com Mastercraft Design, Inc. 9030 Euclid Avenue Manassas, VA 20110 Contact: Rita L. McSorley, CKD Phone: (703) 335-1499 www.mastercraftdesigninc.com


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Brightening Things Up

Camille and Trevor Delew moved into their 5,000 square-foot Dutch colonial in 2006. While the home’s layout was cramped to begin with, the problem was magnified by three growing children.

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t’s a 30-year-old house and the kitchen, in particular, was too small and closed in,” says Camille. “I felt very isolated working in the kitchen when everyone else was in the family room.” The original floor plan had several problems. First, a load bearing wall ran down one side of the house separating the living area from the rest of the home, leaving the family room dark and isolated. The only opening was a 30" doorway. Finally, the hallway created by the wall led to a tricky intersection with doors for the kitchen, basement and powder room all inches apart. The kitchen itself was confined and really separated from the home’s traffic flow. Additionally, it had a “bump out” breakfast bay that was not shored up properly and falling down. HOMEOWNER GOALS

“We knew pretty much what we wanted from the remodel,” Camille says. “We wanted to be able to see the kids in the family room and still be a part of the activities going on even when we were in the kitchen. Because we like to cook and entertain a lot, we also wanted the kitchen to be less cramped and more functional,” she comments. “I wanted everything in the kitchen to have a place,” Camille says. “I didn’t want a gigantic microwave sitting on a countertop taking up space.” So a design with plenty of space and storage was important. The Delews turned to Michael Nash Design Build & Homes in Fairfax, VA, to come up with a design and renovation that would meet their needs. 18 NKBA Baltimore/Washington’s Remodeling Today • www.remodelinform.com

THE REMODEL

Step one was to address the problems created by the long hallway between the spaces. So, the load bearing wall separating the foyer from the family room was taken out and replaced with a long supporting beam. A large French door replaced a small door and window leading to the home’s screened-in porch. This combination of changes brought significantly more light into the space. Then, the project team totally removed the existing powder room from the middle and took out the partition wall between the kitchen and family room. This made the kitchen totally open and connected to the family room. “One of the biggest challenges was that the home’s existing powder room was right in the middle of the house,” says Sonny Nazemian, C.I.D., CR, CKBR, GCP, UDCR and president of Michael Nash. “To meet the homeowner’s goal of having a wide-open design, we had to move the powder room to an entirely new area (the design borrowed space from the garage) and that meant moving all the plumbing and electrical.” The falling apart box bay was demolished. It was replaced with new walls and a large window. The plumbing for the main sink and dishwasher was relocated into this box bay allowing a total transformation of the area into a space featuring cabinets and counters on all sides.


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Brightening Things Up The doorway to the dining room was reconfigured to allow for a butler area on the left, while the right side was occupied with a new 36" gas range top with a decorative wood hood above it. In addition to the gas cooktop, the new kitchen features double wall ovens, a large refrigerator and two dishwashers. A large island with a prep sink close to the cooking area features a beverage center and offers island seating to family and friends, letting them keep company with the cook. The choice of light butterscotch cabinetry with a touch of caramel glazing and light exotic stone tops contributes to the room’s bright and spacious feel. Also, the contrasting distressed island with darker finish made a connection with Camille’s choice of dinette set and other furnishings. The stone backsplash with its inlaid design sets off the kitchen background. New hardwood floors were installed throughout to create a seamless first floor, while use of recessed lighting, pendent lights and task lighting made for a much brighter space. In addition, there was available space behind the mudroom/laundry room area (part of the garage) that was not used appropriately. So Michael Nash built out a 7' x 10' interior space and combined that space with the current mudroom to create a separate laundry room, a new powder room and a mudroom between the garage and family room.

SELECTING THEIR CONTRACTOR

The Delews got their referral to Michael Nash from other homeowners in their neighborhood. They selected them over other companies because they wanted what Camille refers to as “one stop shopping.” “We wanted one price for the entire job,” she says. “We needed to know our budget, that the price was inclusive no matter what they found. And Michael Nash offered that assurance.” “They were true to their word on the quote,” Camille says. “The only change to the price was when we decided to make a change and add cabinets in the family room.” The Delews were also appreciative of the professionalism of the installers working on the project. “We don’t use outside contractors,” comments Nazemian. “Because all of the people working on the job are our own employees, we can guaranty the quality of their work. Additionally, they clean up the job site at the end of each day.” FINAL THOUGHTS

GREAT RESULTS

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This total transformation has changed this family’s way of living. Now they all can tend to their busy schedules without bumping into each other and being cramped into a small kitchen or dungeon-looking family room. “I couldn’t stand being in my kitchen before the renovation because it was so dark. I just wanted to close the door and order out,” Camille laughs. “Now, it’s part of the living space and I am always part of what’s going on. The whole area is opened up and much brighter. It’s a great place for our family to hang out together.”

The Delew’s project took four months to complete and the family lived through most of it, using a kitchen in their basement. “I think whenever you remodel, there’s going to be some inconvenience, but the end result more than makes up for it,” Camille says. “I would advise other homeowners to have a good idea of what they want in a project before they start. We did and the job went smoothly.” ■

Source for this project: Michael Nash Design Build & Homes 8630-A Lee Highway Fairfax, VA 22031 Sonny Nazemian, C.I.D., CR, CKBR, GCP, UDCR Phone: (703) 641-9800 www.michael-nash.com

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A Perfect Blend Of Old And New PHOTOGRAPHY COURTESY OF: FINECRAFT CONTRACTORS, INC. © R. B. HILL PHOTOGRAPHY, LLC

The homeowners knew when they bought their 2,972-square foot, 1950s vintage colonial that it wouldn’t accommodate their growing family over the long-term. So after living in the house for nine years, they were faced with a decision to either sell it and move to a new home or renovate it to meet their need for more space.

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e went back and forth with our decision,” says the owner, “but we loved our neighborhood and our lot. So, ultimately, it made sense for us to turn this house into what we wanted instead of buying elsewhere.” With three small children, the renovation’s first goal was to increase the home’s livable space. The new design increased the size of the home to 3,893-square feet, adding a master suite with walk-in closets and master bathroom, a mudroom and an upstairs laundry. In addition, the kitchen and living area was transformed into a wide-open design that makes it easier for mom to watch over three small children and be together during the day. “The new design makes my life so much easier because I can have everyone around me,” the owner says. “It’s just an easy living space.”

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THE NEW FLOOR PLAN

SIGNATURE ROOMS

The new design starts with a new portico at the front door. Upon entering the home, there is an open foyer with an office to the right. To the left is a formal living room from which you enter the dining room; French doors open onto the back patio. If you walk straight through the foyer, you come to the center of the house, which has a butler’s pantry and wet bar leading into the kitchen. To the right is the mudroom, which exits to the garage. Behind the mudroom is the family room with doors out to a screened-in porch. Kitchen highlights include a cream marble countertop on an island offset by dark granite on the rest of the countertops. The family room and mudroom feature coffered ceilings and custom built-in cabinetry. Upstairs is the new master suite with his and hers closets plus a master bath featuring white Carrera marble countertops to match the floor. Pieces of marble also adorn the edges of the mirror, adding to the room’s elegant feel. A second bedroom with a private bath, two other bedrooms, a hall bathroom and the new laundry complete the second floor.

According to the owners, it is difficult to pick a favorite room because the family loves the entire project. Two rooms, however, standout for the wife. “I love the open kitchen/family room and the coffered ceiling,” she says. “The space is beautifully done and it is very bright with all the doors and windows leading to the outdoor living area.” “Our master suite is like being in a tree house. It’s so open to the outside,” she comments. “We used to sleep with our windows covered and closed, but now we keep them open and wake up to the tops of our trees.”

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A Perfect Blend Of Old And New A SEAMLESS TRANSITION

Getting the new addition to match a home built more than 60 years ago was the project’s greatest challenge. According to George Papaheraklis, founder and president of Finecraft Contractors, you start with the details. “You make a lot of inconspicuous adjustments throughout the home in order to create a seamless transition from old to new,” he says. “Matching and updating the trim work, refinishing the floors, working with the heights of the doors and windows were just a few of the tasks required to blend old and new.” Finecraft paid particular attention to the home’s existing front entryway. They adjusted the height of the front door and included a transom that brings more light into the space. Then a new entry porch was added that provides more dimension to the front of the home. All of it was meticulously crafted to blend in with the home’s existing exterior. And their attention to detail shows. “They did a fantastic job of making the renovation blend in with the existing house,” the owner exclaims. “It really does feel like it has been there forever.” SELECTING THEIR CONTRACTOR

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The owners asked four contractors to bid on their project, but Finecraft— who had been recommended by their architect—was a clear favorite. So they were very happy when Finecraft won the job. “They were just phenomenal to work with,” the owner says. “We had never done a renovation and we were a bit nervous going in. They did a great job of keeping us informed at every step of the way and always listened to our questions and concerns.” “They communicated so well and I think that is what made the project such a great experience for us,” the owner says. “The entire project has really exceeded our expectations. We just love our new home.” ■

Source for this article: Finecraft Contractors, Inc. 104 Summit Hall Road Gaithersburg, MD 20877 Contact: Niko Papaheraklis Phone: (301) 330-9191 www.finecraftcontractors.com

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YOUR PROJECT TEAM MATTERS very successful remodeling job requires a team of skilled, dedicated professionals. It’s best to start with an architect or general contractor who will typically bring other professionals onto the project. Your general contractor is usually responsible for hiring the subcontractors used on the job, so it’s always good to ask them about those relationships during your selection process. Here’s the team that made this remodel a success:

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Aging in Place with Craftsman Elegance

When Robert Crooks decided his historic home in Mount Pleasant was just too big for one person, he started looking for a Craftsman-style bungalow he could purchase. But after not finding a suitable option, he decided to build one himself and started looking for a place to knock down. Ultimately, he found just what he was looking for in Metro D.C.’s Palisades neighborhood.

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didn’t think there was any chance of saving the existing home,” says Robert. “So I rang up Chris Landis [AIA, Landis Construction] and asked him to look at it. He agreed that the home would need to be torn down and we went from there.”

PROJECT GOALS

Robert had a clear vision of what he wanted when he sat down with the designers at Landis Construction. Not only did he want a well-designed, well-constructed home true to the Craftsman spirit and ideals, but he wanted to be able to ‘age in place’ and live on one floor. Additionally, he wanted to integrate sustainable design principles, energy efficiency and he wanted the inside of the home to feel like his Mount Pleasant home. “I took the designer up to my old house several times so he could get the look and feel of the place,” Robert says. “I’d just show him around and point out things I really liked. A lot of the downstairs, particularly the room sizes, are similar to that home, which was a beautiful old place,” he says. At the completion of the design phase, the project had expanded to 4,500 square-feet. Care was taken during the design of the home to 26 NKBA Baltimore/Washington’s Remodeling Today • www.remodelinform.com

ensure that the massing was both in keeping with the neighborhood and the Craftsman bungalow aesthetic. Instead of going up, the home would extend inconspicuously toward the rear of the lot. EARLY CHALLENGES

The project’s first step involved deconstructing the existing home on the site. All salvageable materials were recycled, donated, or reused, rather than being thrown in a landfill. Securing the Raze permit was especially difficult as the process seemed to be endless and without a real road map. It involved submissions to, and in many cases inspections from, a host of governmental organizations and utilities including: DC DOH, Verizon, Pepco, Washington Gas, DCRA – Construction Branch, DC Zoning, WASA, DDOT, DC Historic Preservation, DDOE –Asbestos, DDOE - Soil and Erosion, and Department of Housing and Community Development. Once complete, however, a beautiful new home went up on the site. AN ELEGANT AGING-IN-PLACE DESIGN

As one would expect of an aging-in-place layout, all of the primary living space is situated on the


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first floor. Starting with an entry foyer, the layout boasts a living room, dining room, master suite, master bathroom, kitchen with breakfast area, powder room, laundry closet, and TV room/study. Custom cherry cabinetry, fireplace mantel surround, doors and window trims, and base and crown moldings are designed and finished to bring in the Craftsman style of the exterior inside the living and dining rooms. Similarly, the TV room/study cabinetry is built in this style, but with a cream glazed finish and stained desk tops and flyover shelves. The master bathroom has the Craftsman style evoked as well with the use of stained cherry wood cabinetry and granite countertops and varying sizes of slate tiles. “The room I use the most is the TV room/study off the back of the house,” Robert says. “It was again modeled from a room in my previous home. I still work out of the home as a consultant so I spend a lot of time there.” Long quarter-sawn white oak floors run throughout the first and second floors. Engineered floors in the rear portion of the first floor were fabricated by the same mill shop to match. Solid wood doors were installed as well and there is a radiant heat floor in the rear portion of the first floor. Interior clerestory windows and a frosted glass door bring plenty of natural light into interior spaces. The basement is nicely finished as a spacious in-law suite with engineered hardwood floors, kitchenette, bathroom, family room, laundry, and storage room. Large window wells ensure plenty of natural light. The second floor has two bedrooms and a bathroom. The bathroom features honed marble tile, custom cabinetry and wood wainscoting. Future plans include turning one of the bedrooms into a library. www.remodelinform.com • NKBA Baltimore/Washington’s Remodeling Today 27


Aging in Place with Craftsman Elegance A STUNNING EXTERIOR

The exterior of the home is a painstakingly detailed Craftsman design including James Hardi’s artisan siding, which provides a pronounced shadow line at the first level and cedar siding at the second level, hand cut decorative rafter ends and brackets. The front porch creates an elegant and well-proportioned transition from public to private space. Visually it balances the dormer and the rest of the front façade. It features brick columns with tapered pilasters, decorative brackets at the gable end, IPE decking, a custom built cedar handrail and steps with flagstone. Pella aluminum clad wood windows and exterior doors in a striking Cranberry color complete the exterior design. “I am from Australia and the Craftsman design is very popular there,” Robert says. “I’ve always loved the style and wanted it for this home.” SUSTAINABILITY/ENERGY EFFICIENCY

“I am an environmental scientist so I feel obliged to do as much as I can in terms of sustainability and energy efficiency,” Robert comments. “For instance, we did advanced framing using Forest Stewardship Council approved timber throughout the house. Advanced framing means the walls are 50% thicker than normal and we filled that space with spray foam insulation.” Additionally, the home has a multi-zone super high efficiency HVAC system and an Energy Recovery Ventillator to bring in fresh air.

“The house is incredibly energy efficient,” Robert emphasizes. “I keep track of my utility bills and after the first year my bill was only 1/3 of my old one.” Care was taken to preempt water infiltration. In addition to waterproofing, insulation and drain board on the exterior of the foundation walls, Landis Construction installed a conventional sump pump along with a backup sump pump that runs with water pressure rather than electricity. The home also incorporated rain barrels and a rain garden. ADVICE TO OTHER HOMEOWNERS

“My late wife and I renovated several homes over the years, so we were always thinking of different things to do,” Robert says. “So I knew what I wanted from the start. That’s important, along with going into your project with a realistic estimate.” THE END RESULT

Ultimately, Robert took great care to build a home which blends with the Palisades neighborhood. He and his new community love it. The home recalls an era of civility and elegance, of pride in craftsmanship. It will be a gem for him to enjoy for many more to come. ■

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Source for this article: Landis Construction 7059 Blair Road, NW Suite 300 Washington, DC 20012 Contact: Chris Landis, AIA Phone: (202) 600-8301 www.landisconstruction.com

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Mastercraft Design, Inc. www.mastercraftdesign.com 9030 Euclid Avenue Manassas, VA 20110 • Phone: 703-335-1499 • Fax: 703-335-1461 53 East Lee Street Warrenton, VA 20186 • Phone: 540-351-0708 • Fax: 540-351-0757


NKBA Baltimore/Washington CERTIFICATION DESIGNATIONS

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he hallmark for kitchen and bath professionals, NKBA certification is based on in-depth testing and extensive industry experience. NKBA-certified members must also meet annual continuing education requirements. The NKBA certifies kitchen and bath professionals in various levels of expertise, and provides two distinct paths; one for the kitchen & bath designers and one for non-design professionals. According to a 2010 survey conducted by Fleishman-Hillard, 80% of consumers prefer to work with certified kitchen designers over uncertified designers.

NKBA Certified Kitchen & Bath Designers NKBA-certified designers demonstrate comprehensive knowledge in kitchen and bath design, as well as construction, mechanical, plumbing and electrical systems. They are widely recognized as experts in the NKBA Kitchen & Bath Planning Guidelines with Access Standards, which recognize the importance of consumer health, safety and welfare in kitchen and bath design. Our certified designers are also well respected for their skill in assessing consumers’ individual needs and creating designs that meet and exceed their expectations.

AKBD Defined: An Associate Kitchen and Bath Designer is a certified professional, knowledgeable in product selection, space planning, materials and finishes. Requirements: Applicants must document a minimum of two (2) years experience. At least one year must be specifically within the kitchen/bath industry. The second year of experience may be in a related industry. Applicants must also earn a minimum of 30 hours of NKBA education or NKBA approved college coursework. Education must be completed before the candidate's application for certification can be approved. Courses should be documented as accurately as possible on the application. CKD/CBD Defined: CKDs and CBDs specialize in the design, planning, and execution of residential kitchens and bathrooms, and prove advanced knowledge of technical and personal communication skills required to succeed as a design specialist. Requirements: Applicants must document a minimum of seven (7) years of experience. A minimum of three years

must be specifically from full-time residential kitchen/bath design experience, including design execution or project management. The remaining four years can consist of fulltime kitchen/bath design or related industry experience. Applicants must also earn a minimum of 60 hours of NKBA education or NKBA approved college coursework. Education must be completed before the candidate's application for certification can be approved. Courses should be documented as accurately as possible on the application. Applicants must pass their AKBD academic exam prior scheduling their CKD/CBD design exam. CKE/CBE Defined: Certified Kitchen Educators and Certified Bathroom Educators are college instructors who specialize in teaching residential kitchen and/or bathroom design. They understand the unique qualifications required for kitchen and bathroom design specialization, and they transfer their knowledge to interior design students. A college instructor achieves the CKE or CBE designation by proving experience as an interior design college educator and passing the CKD exam for CKE certification, or the CBD exam for CBE certification. Requirements: CKEs and CBEs must demonstrate a minimum of seven (7) years of full-time teaching experience in

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FALL/WINTER 2012 interior design or a minimum of three (3) years teaching experience combined with formal education for a total of seven (7) years. No formal design experience is required. Applicants must also earn a minimum of 60 hours of NKBA education or NKBA approved college coursework. Education must be completed before the candidate's application for certification can be approved. Courses should be documented as accurately as possible on the application. Applicants must pass their AKBD academic exam prior to scheduling their CKD/CBD design exam. CMKBD Defined: The Certified Master Kitchen and Bath Designer is a program which recognizes extraordinary experience and achievements in the kitchen and bath industry. The CMKBD must possess not only their CKD and CBD certification, but must have an additional ten years of experience in the industry beyond the date of their first certification. This means that CMKBDs must have a minimum of 17 years of industry experience. In addition, a CMKBD has been nationally recognized through design competitions, industry awards, printed publications, or television spots. A CMKBD must also meet specific educational requirements. Requirements: Candidates applying for the CMKBD certification are required to have both their CKD and CBD certifications prior to applying. Candidates must also have an additional ten (10) years of industry experience in addition to the knowledge that they have already demonstrated to earn their CKD and/or CBD designation. Five (5) years of this additional experience must be from full-time kitchen/bath design.

Kara S. Reinertsen, CKD, CBD Karen E Hourigan, CKD Kathryn Porter, CKD Kenneth L. Watkins, CKD Kimberly L. Panah, CKD Kris Quinn, CKD Kristin Forness, CKD Kristin Rutkowski, AKBD Laura Faralli-Gopstein, CKD Laura Taylor, AKBD Lawrence R. Rosen, CKD Levitta L. Owens, AKBD Linda McLaughlin, CKD Lisa Hoffer, AKBD Lisa M. Consolo, CKD Lois E. Kennedy, CKD Lyn W. Beer, CKD Margaret A Szalecki, CKD, CBD Margaret Curtner, AKBD, LEED-AP Margaret Terry Mulhern, AKBD Mark T White, CKD, CBD Martin Gibbs, AKBD

Applicants must also earn a minimum of 100 hours of NKBA education or NKBA approved college coursework. Education must be completed before the candidate's application for certification can be approved. Courses should be documented as accurately as possible on the application. CMKBE Defined: The Certified Master Kitchen and Bath Educator is a program which recognizes extraordinary experience and achievements of educators teaching residential kitchen and/or bathroom design at the college level. The CMKBE must possess not only both their CKE and CBE certifications, and must have an additional ten (10) years of experience in the industry beyond the date of their first certification. This means that CMKBEs must have a minimum of 17 years of teaching and design experience. Requirements: Candidates applying for the CMKBE certification are required to have both their CKE and CBE certifications prior to applying. Candidates must also have an additional ten (10) years of teaching experience in addition to the knowledge that they have already demonstrated to earn their CKE and/or CBE designation. Five (5) years of this additional experience can be from full-time kitchen/bath design or teaching. Applicants must also earn a minimum of 100 hours of NKBA education or NKBA approved college coursework. Education must be completed before the candidate's application for certification can be approved. Courses should be documented as accurately as possible on the application.

Marvin W. Moser, CKD Mary B. O'Connell, AKBD Mary Ellen DeCaprio, AKBD Mary M Kurtz, CKD Mary M. Banas, CKD Mary Rexford, AKBD Meghan H. Fox, AKBD Pamela Gragg, AKBD Pamela M. Saunders, CKD Patricia Boyd, AKBD Paul E Downs, CBD Paula Truchon, AKBD Peggy Fisher, CKD Phillip Heisserman, AKBD Richard Clem, AKBD Richard R. Neary, CKD Richard S. Bussey, CKD Rita L. McSorley, CKD Robert L. Gibbs, CKD Ronda Royalty, CKD Samantha Chinn, CKD Sandra Brannock, AKBD

NKBA Certified Non-Design Professionals The Certified Kitchen & Bath Professional is a path for the dealer, distributor, fabricator, installer, remodeler, manufacturer, sales representative, or any other segment of the industry to validate their knowledge, experience, dedication and professionalism in the kitchen and bath industry. This individual is qualified to work with our certified designers to meet the needs of the consumer. The candidate for this certification must meet specific educational requirements and pass a comprehensive academic exam. CKBP Defined: The Certified Kitchen and Bath Professional (CKBP) is our only non-design-oriented certification; one that benefits all industry segments. In order to possess this universal certification, the holder must prove a high level of proficiency in professional knowledge, industry experience, and education in the kitchen and bath industry. The focus of curriculum and critical areas of knowledge is not centered on design, but in the areas of residential construction, general business knowledge, materials and product knowledge, and project management. Requirements: Applicants must document a minimum of five (5) years of kitchen and bath industry experience. Applicants must also earn a minimum of 40 hours of NKBA education or NKBA approved college coursework. Education must be completed before the candidate's application for certification can be approved. Courses should be documented as accurately as possible on the application.

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Membership Directory BUILDER/ REMODELER A.R.T. DESIGN BUILD, INC.

4309 Lynbrook Drive Bethesda, MD 20814-4641 Phone: (301) 656-6500 Michael Johnson ABOVE & BEYOND HOME IMPROVEMENTS, INC.

7219 Roosevelt Avenue Falls Church, VA 22042 Phone: (703) 895-3915 Corey Wickett ADVANCED CONSTRUCTION GROUP, LLC

1112 N. Fairfax Street Alexandria, VA 22314 Phone: (703) 813-5554 Justin A. Sparrow

AMERICAN HOME IMPROVEMENT SERVICE, LLC

2933 Rosemary Lane Falls Church, VA 22042 Phone: (703) 310-7990 Monty D. Bachar

6920B Braddock Road, Suite 191 Annandale, VA 22003 Phone: (703) 344-7333 Omari Razi

3206 Apple Green Lane Bowie, MD 20716-3878 Phone: (240) 461-1786 Doniger L. Patterson ANTHONY WILDER DESIGN BUILD

7401 River Falls Drive Potomac, MD 20854 Phone: (301) 907-0100 Shelley Clucas Crist, Shannon J. Kadwell, CKD, CBD, ASID

11160 C-1 South Lakes Drive Reston, VA 20191 Phone: (703) 391-2247 Mike Bair BALATON HOME IMPROVEMENT

6081 Deer Hill Court Centreville, VA 20121 Phone: (202) 674-0540 Javier Baldiviezo BATEMAN CUSTOM CONSTRUCTION, LLC

For over 25 years, Kingston Design Remodeling has been making homes in the Washington Metropolitan Area more beautiful and livable through the finest craftsmanship and foremost personal service. We are an award-winning design-build firm offering a full array of architectural and general contracting services. Call today about your free initial consultation.

Kingston Design Remodeling 11515 Suburban Place Fairfax Station, VA 22039 Contact: John Schmitt, CR Phone: (703) 323-6527 Fax: (703) 323-7913 kingstonbuilders@cox.net www.kingstonbuilders.com

COUPARD ARCHITECTS & BUILDERS

2129 Baldwin Avenue, Suite 1 Crofton, MD 21114 Phone: (301) 262-3029 Joe Bowen, Sally Eisel

803 W. Broad Street, #730 Falls Church, VA 22046 Phone: (703) 533-3210 Charles McSorley, Mark Coupard

BUDGET BATH AMERICAN PRIORITY HOME IMPROVEMENTS, INC.

BAIR GROUP, LLC ALL RENOVATIONS

BOWEN REMODELING & DESIGN

5217 Concordia Street Fairfax, VA 22032 Phone: (703) 323-1454 Jim Bateman, CKD, CBD, Liz Bateman

9639 Alda Drive Baltimore, MD 21234 Phone: (410) 663-4183 David House

DESIGN CONCEPTS CONTRACTORS, INC.

14260-A Centreville Square Centreville, VA 20121 Phone: (703) 815-5900 Susie Yoo

C & M INTERIORS

12180 Nebel Street Rockville, MD 20852 Phone: (301) 770-7773 Mr. Koroush Charkhabi C.T. DESIGN, INC.

11 Briardale Court Derwood, MD 20855 Phone: (240) 454-7000 Max Buslovich CAHILL DESIGN BUILD

5011 Olney Laytonsville Road Suite B Olney, MD 20832 Phone: (301) 948-6625 Christopher Cahill CAPITOL DESIGN BUILD

8245 L Backlick Road Lorton, VA 22079 Phone: (703) 436-6919 Ali Tatari, Jackie Perkins CASE DESIGN REMODELING, INC.

DREAM DESIGN CONSTRUCTION

15380 Warm Springs Lane Manassas, VA 20112 Phone: (703) 987-8123 Yong Yi DREAMMAKER BATH & KITCHEN

844 Ritchie Highway, #104 Severna Park, MD 21146 Phone: (410) 647-4999 Jennifer Walker E&L BUILDERS, INC.

10484 Colonel Court Manassas, VA 20108 Phone: (703) 361-1575 J. Clark Crews, Cheryl Christensen ELLIOTT OAKS REMODELING, LLC

PO Box 1073 Mc Lean, VA 22101-1073 Phone: (703) 307-8969 Michael Moravetz

5250 Queens Wood Drive Burke, VA 22015 Phone: (703) 980-8264 Scot Schrager

4701 Sangamore Road Bethesda, MD 20816 Phone: (301) 229-4600 Jim Wrenn, John Audet, April Case-Unerwood, Bill Millholland, Coleen Shaut, Valery Tessier, Susan Matus, Herman Johnson, Mathew Dirksen

BATHS BY RJ

CLASSIC & MODERN, INC.

EXECUTIVE DESIGN BUILD, LLC

10013 Blue Coat Drive Fairfax, VA 22030 Phone: (571) 221-3797 Erica Weber

6835 Tennyson Drive Mc Lean, VA 22101-5721 Phone: (703) 821-6717 Nasser Hosseini

12408 Green Hill Drive Silver Spring, MD 20904 Phone: (240) 388-1449 Damien Jones

BEL AIR CONSTRUCTION

COLORSCAPE, INC. REMODELING & PAINTING

FSI RENOVATIONS

BATHROOM RENOVATORS, INC.

1655 Robin Circle Forest Hill, MD 21050 Phone: (410) 557-9838 Michael Watts, Kate Smith, Paula Sorg BLUJAX DESIGN AND REMODELING

951 Rhonda Place Leesburg, VA 20175 Phone: (202) 422-6650 Ward E. Bell

6620 Newington Road Lorton, VA 22079 Phone: (703) 593-3426 Egan Travnicek COMMONWEALTH HOME REMODELERS, INC.

208 A Dominion Road NE Vienna, VA 22180 Phone: (703) 255-9861 Meghan H. Fox, AKBD; Sharon Smith, Susan Pierce, Julie Callaway

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ENTERPRISE CONTRACTING SERVICES, INC.

13944-G Willard Road Chantilly, VA 20151 Phone: (703) 961-1044 Greg Mullen, Paula Bannister

404 Crown View Drive Alexandria, VA 22314 Phone: (571) 233-5130 Marc Leon FEDERALIST BUILDERS, LLC

18 Adams Street NW Washington, DC 20001-1026 Phone: (202) 302-4567 Ari Fingeroth


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Finecraft Building Contractors, Inc. 104 Summit Hall Road Gaithersburg, MD 20877 Phone: (301) 330-9191 Niko Papaheraklis niko@finecraftcontractors.com www.finecraftcontractors.com

FRATELLI KITCHEN WORKS

HOUSE TO HOME SOLUTIONS, LLC

LONG KITCHENS

14088-H Sullyfield Circle Chantilly, VA 20151 Phone: (703) 961-1162 Steven Passarelli

3508 May Street Silver Spring, MD 20906 Phone: (301) 762-6621 Daniel A. Carrero

FREEMAN CONSTRUCTION, LLC

HY CONSTRUCTION, INC.

10236 Southard Drive Beltsville, MD 20705 Phone: (888) 647-7560 John K. Stech, John DePaola, Jill DIPaola, Jerry Stephenson, Mark Graham

10907 Fairchester Drive Fairfax, VA 22030-4807 Phone: (703) 293-6380 John E. Freeman, Sr.

4613 Pinecrest Office Park Drive Alexandria, VA 22312 Phone: (703) 256-0254 Justin Yun

GARY D EBY, INC.

J & F SPECIALTIES, INC.

PO Box 305 Woodstock, MD 21163 Phone: (410) 465-7169 Gary Eby

7418 Jervis Street Springfield, VA 22151 Phone: (703) 256-2793 John Boynton

GLOBE BATH & KITCHEN REMODELING, LLC

JAMES L. GRAVES CONSTRUCTION, LLC

2775 A Hartland Road Falls Church, VA 22043 Phone: (703) 560-0903 Sirage Adem, Amin Hussein GRANI TECH, INC.

Finecraft Building Contractors, Inc., established in 1985, specializes in new home construction, home additions, home remodeling and home renovations throughout Maryland, Washington D.C. and Virginia. We’ve completed well over 600 projects, and have demonstrated professionalism, high quality and reliability with each one. Founder and President, George Papaheraklis, is involved with every project from start to finish. With every project he works on he brings over 40 years of hands-on experience, an Architectural degree, a refined aesthetic sense and a genuine care for his clients. He excels at taking two-dimensional plans and creating three-dimensional marvels that generally delights clients. FISHER GROUP, LLC

4119 Chatelain Road Annandale, VA 22003 Phone: (703) 750-1151 Peggy Fisher, CKD; Megan Poff, Ken Fisher

11381 Aristotle Drive, #308 Fairfax, VA 22030 Phone: (703) 550-7912 Yazz Yilmaz GREICHAN DEVELOPMENT, LLC

1623 Upshur Steet, NW Washington, DC 20011 Phone: (202) 494-7032 Gregory D. Booker

928 Crofton Valley Drive Gambrills, MD 21054 Phone: (410) 721-9619 Bonnie Graves JENNY’S DESIGNBUILD, INC.

39 Cottonwood Court Gaithersburg, MD 20877 Phone: (301) 580-7195 Jennifer Bennington, David Bennington JONES HOMES, LLC

6145 Mount Phillip Road Frederick, MD 21703 Phone: (301) 831-4633 Jeffrey Jones, Alex Jones JORDAN DESIGN-BUILD GROUP

GRUVER-COOLEY

106 Loudoun Street SW Leesburg, VA 20175-2909 Phone: (703) 669-5431 Cathleen Gruver

11646 Park Green Drive Fairfax, VA 22030 Phone: (703) 595-2850 Dave Jordan KEN GRIFFIN PLUMBING SERVICES, INC.

HAMMER CONTRACTORS, INC.

3829 Mount Olney Lane Olney, MD 20832 Phone: (301) 603-0625 Greg Buitrago

14570 Triadelphia Mill Road Dayton, MD 21036 Phone: (410) 992-5875 Kathleen Griffin KITCHENS AND BATHS BY CARDIGAN

HELTZELHAUS, INC.

9389 Forestwood Lane Manassas, VA 20110 Phone: (703) 330-6170 John F. Heltzel

FOSTER REMODELING SOLUTIONS, INC.

7211-H Telegraph Square Drive Lorton, VA 22079-1562 Phone: (703) 550-1371 David P. Foster, Chris Arnold

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2141 Priest Bridge Drive, Suite 6 Crofton, MD 21114 Phone: (410) 451-9340 Kim Golway KLUEM REMODELING

HEREFORD HOME IMPROVEMENTS, INC.

209 Meadowvale Road Timonium, MD 21093 Phone: (302) 521-3404 Michael Sandaal

FOXCRAFT DESIGN GROUP, INC.

110 Great Falls Street Falls Church, VA 22046 Phone: (703) 536-1888 G. Chandler Fox, CKD, CBD; Michael Blood, Jackie Lluy

HERL’S BATH & TILE SOLUTIONS

FRANCIS CONTRACT SERVICE, LTD.

HOME EQUITY BUILDERS, INC.

484 Williamsport Pike, #103 Martinsburg, WV 25404 Phone: (304) 279-6758 Robert Thomas Francis

1146 Walker Road Great Falls, VA 22066 Phone: (703) 759-2530 Jeff Rainey

31440 Winterplace Parkway Salisbury, MD 21804-1891 Phone: (410) 219-9033 Sally Herling, John Herling

PO Box 40277 Arlington, VA 22204 Phone: (202) 495-0506 Bowatch Cetiner KOSNA DESIGN/REMODELING, INC.

5731 Heming Avenue Springfield, VA 22151 Phone: (703) 451-2588 Adam C. Kosna LENSIS BUILDERS, INC.

12060 Cadet Court Manassas, VA 20109 Phone: (703) 367-8999 Stacy Lensis, AKBD; Laura Taylor AKBD; Richard W. Lensis, CKD, CBD, LEED

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M&D HOME REPAIRS AND REMODELING, LLC

PO Box 650134 Sterling, VA 20165 Phone: (240) 848-2309 Ivan Mora MATHEWS CONSTRUCTION, INC.

23934 Foxville Road Smithsburg, MD 21783 Phone: (240) 397-2890 Wade A. Mathews MCCULLOUGH RESIDENTIAL, LLC

5039 Connecticut Avenue, Suite 4 Washington, DC 20008 Phone: (202) 237-2415 Marguerite McCullough, Tom McCullough METRO ONE CONSTRUCTION, LLC

6100 Linconia Road, Suite 803 Alexandria, VA 22312 Phone: (202) 330-2595 Young Shin MID ATLANTIC CONTRACTING, INC.

909 Highams Court Woodbridge, VA 22191-1444 Phone: (703) 912-1428 Matt Fletcher MOSS BUILDING AND DESIGN

4265 D Brookfield Corporate Drive Chantilly, VA 20151 Phone: (571) 439-2257 Carly McAlister NATIONAL CAPITAL KITCHENS

1100 E. Street NE Washington, DC 20002 Phone: (202) 544-3316 Byron Buck OHI DESIGN

9208 B Venture Court Manassas Park, VA 20111 Phone: (703) 257-7459 Rod Bell, Raymond Gabler, Frank Wilson, Steve Clemency, Les Nicholson, Herb Gabler, Bob Kincaid, Paul Seal, Janet Geesling O’NEIL BUILDERS, INC.

40 Hudson Street Annapolis, MD 21401 Phone: (410) 990-0124 Timothy M. O’Neil O’NEILL HOME REPAIR SERVICE

4715 Chestnut Street Bethesda, MD 20814 Phone: (301) 986-7811 James H. O’Neill


FALL/WINTER 2012 OSPREY BAY BUILDING AND DEVELOPMENT

1110 Benfield Boulevard, Suite F Millersville, MD 21108 Phone: (410) 729-4214 Lee Rose, Kristin Rutkowski, AKBD OWINGS HOME SERVICES

1912 Liberty Road Eldersburg, MD 21784 Phone: (410) 549-3800 Joseph Smith, Eric Olinger PATUXENT BATHS AND KITCHENS, INC.

24705 Halterman Road Laytonsville, MD 20882 Phone: (301) 580-4085 John William Smith, CBD PELICAN KITCHEN & BATH, LLC

9203 Chanula Drive Bethesda, MD 20814 Phone: (301) 493-8908 Bruce D. Kaplan PLOTNICK DESIGN & CONSTRUCTION

11518 Colt Terrace Silver Spring, MD 20902-2913 Phone: (301) 593-6633 Fred Plotnick

RENDON REMODELING & DESIGN, LLC

112 Elm Tree Lane Sterling, VA 20164 Phone: (703) 444-3127 Fred Rendon RILL ARCHITECTS, P. C.

4833 Rugby Avenue, Suite 501 Bethesda, MD 20814 Phone: (301) 656-4166 James F. Rill R.J. CONSTRUCTION COMPANY, INC.

8725 Bollman Place, Suite 3 Savage, MD 20763 Phone: (301) 490-2336 Richard J. Green RJK CONSTRUCTION, INC.

4010 University Drive, Suite 104 Fairfax, VA 22030 Phone: (703) 218-1809 Robert Kalmin, CKBR; Kelly Posey, Suzanne Kalmin, Victoria Lynn Neyhard, AKBD; Chris Jarret, Jenny Argueta

13219 Lantern Hollow Drive North Potomac, MD 20878 Phone: (301) 806-3425 Lawrence K. Cohen PRINCE WILLIAM HOME IMPROVEMENT

14910 Persistence Drive Woodbridge, VA 22191-3560 Phone: (703) 492-1294 Scott Holtzhauer, Greg Sliger, Walter Scatz, Tracy Roach, Anthony Holtzhauer, Ceclia Hannon

400 N. Washington Street, Suite 101 Falls Church, VA 22046 Phone: (703) 534-2500 Yuri Sagatov, Michelle Sagatov, Lou Sagatov, Mark Williamson, Tanja Joost, Don Claeys, Brian McClemmens

850-C E. Gude Drive Rockville, MD 20850 Phone: (301) 251-1880 Gary W. Case

RASEVIC CONSTRUCTION COMPANY

5200 River Road Bethesda, MD 20816 Phone: (301) 986-6900 Paul Rasevic

LAUREL 301-470-2121

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SMITH LANDING CONSTRUCTION, LLC

4408 Jackson Place Alexandria, VA 22309 Phone: (571) 215-1606 Robert Wysocki SMITH THOMAS & SMITH, INC.

12260 Sherborne Street Bristow, VA 20136 Phone: (571) 292-1025 Andre Gullis

CHANTILLY 703-631-8300

5217 Lonsdale Drive Springfield, VA 22151 Phone: (703) 866-4224 Rick Kimmel

6448 Elmdale Road Alexandria, VA 22312 Phone: (703) 462-3405 Debi J. Pyne

QUALITY DESIGN BUILD, INC.

Lighting Showrooms ARLINGTON 703-536-4400

SELECT KITCHEN & BATH

SIGNATURE KITCHENS ADDITIONS & BATHS

7956 Twist Lane Springfield, VA 22153 Phone: (703) 455-5757 Delgertsogt Manaljav

Proudly stocking:

10516 Summit Avenue Kensington, MD 20895 Phone: (301) 493-9040 Michael Running, Ibeth Espinal

PYNE STUDIOS, INC.

PYRAMID GRANITE, LLC

We realize that stocking what you need at a Our skilled consultants are knowledgeable and experienced to ensure you have what competitive price isn’t you want, when you want it. always enough. Dominion Electric offers competitive pricing coupled with high-end service, customized to each of our clients. Let our qualified consultants work with you to develop designs and layouts for your remodeling plans.

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SAGATOV ASSOCIATES, INC. PREMIUM HOME CRAFTERS

What you want, when YOU want it

4713 Maple Avenue Bethesda, MD 20814 Phone: (301) 656-0141 John Gubisch, David Alessaundrini SOUTHERN MARYLAND KITCHEN, BATH, FLOORS & DESIGN

23415 Three Notch Road California, MD 20619 Phone: (301) 866-0337 Anthony Obedoza

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505 West Cold Spring Lane Baltimore, MD 21210-2717 Phone: (410) 889-7391 Clyde Thomson, Mary Mosner, David Robinson

DESIGNER 18 KARAT INTERIORS, LLC

20366 Clover Field Terrace Sterling, VA 20165 Phone: (703) 901-0405 Tricia Kane

TOP BUILDERS, LLC

2776 South Arlington Mill Drive, #104 Arlington, VA 22206 Phone: (703) 675-7083 Andrej Lukosik VIRGINIA KITCHEN AND BATH

Thoughtful renovations and spectacular transformations of older homes. Dedicated to client service and attention to every detail. Serving Bethesda/Chevy Chase & Upper Northwest D.C. since 1981.

2465 Centreville Road, Ste J21 Herndon, VA 20171 Phone: (703) 793-1993 Kemal Boyraz WELLMAN GENERAL CONTRACTING AND HOME IMPROVEMENTS, LLC

18922 Premiere Court Gaithersburg, MD 20879 Phone: (240) 780-3144 Duane A. Wellman, Sharifa King WELSH CONSTRUCTION REMODELING COMPANY

Pagenstecher Group 10605 Concord Suite #1 Kensington, MD 20895 Contact: Peter Pagenstecher, CR Phone: (301) 933-9305 www.pagenstechergroup.com

STARCOM DESIGN BUILD

8835-M Columbia 100 Parkway Columbia, MD 21045 Phone: (410) 997-7700 Bob Weickgenannt, G.P. Fortuna STEP BY STEP HOME IMPROVEMENT, LLC

10911 Chimney Lane Fairfax Station, VA 22039 Phone: (703) 623-3619 Jacqueline S. Lawley SUMMIT RENOVATIONS, LLC

7500 Seabrook Lane Springfield, VA 22153 Phone: (703) 732-1534 David A. Cohen SUN DESIGN REMODELING SPECIALISTS, INC.

5795-B Burke Centre Parkway Burke, VA 22015 Phone: (703) 425-5588 Craig Durosko, Elizabeth Lee AKBD; Bob Gallagher, Melinda Mitchell, Dawn Parker T.L.G. TILE, INC.

859 Highams Court Woodbridge, VA 22191 Phone: (703) 492-5455 Todd Gilbert, Antonio Gilbert, Louis Romero

3901 E. Monument Street Baltimore, MD 21205 Phone: (410) 732-1360 Jim Rafferty, Wayne Orem, Sydney Kemper WENTWORTH, INC.

8555 Connecticut Avenue, Suite 200 Chevy Chase, MD 20815-6823 Phone: (240) 383-1226 Bruce Wentworth Z & P CONSTRUCTION, INC.

5 Lakeside Overlook Rockville, MD 20850 Phone: (301) 294-3331 Eugene Zagoskin

CABINET SHOP BEAUTIFUL KITCHENS

23725 Three Notch Road Hollywood, MD 20636 Phone: (301) 373-4880 Karen Taylor, Robert Blake, Laura Taylor, Carl Taylor LUTHERVILLE TILE & MARBLE SHOWROOM

1610 York Road Lutherville Timonium, MD 21093 Phone: (410) 296-7885 Anthony M. Benedetta WALMER ENTERPRISES, INC.

4307 Wheeler Avenue Alexandria, VA 22304 Phone: (703) 461-9330 Maegan A. Hogue, Ariana Appleton, David Hogue WASHINGTON CABINETRY

4124 B Walney Road Chantilly, VA 20151 Phone: (703) 466-5388 Mike Wang

ACCOLADES, INC.

17214 Sumac Court Germantown, MD 20874 Phone: (301) 353-0025 Julie Priddy, CKD,CBD,ASID ; Patrick McCord AHF DESIGNS

10 Doolittle Court Gaithersburg, MD 20886 Phone: (240) 447-3234 Andrea Finn ANN UNAL KITCHENS, LLC

3205 Wynford Drive Fairfax, VA 22031 Phone: (703) 477-3546 Ann Unal, CKD, CBD ANNA O’CONNOR DESIGN

546 Marlinspike Drive Severna Park, MD 21146 Phone: (443) 690-3367 Anna O’Connor

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411 Welles Street SE Vienna, VA 22180 Phone: (703) 407-4965 William W. Baird, CKD C/S DESIGN STUDIO, LLC

10105 Marshall Pond Road Burke, VA 22015 Phone: (703) 250-6030 Ms. Christina Simon, CKD CAC + ASSOCIATES

815 Green Street Alexandria, VA 22314 Phone: (703) 519-5696 Cecily Crandall

7500 Old Georgetown Road Bethesda, MD 20814-6133 Phone: (301) 657-5000 Jonas F Carnemark, CKD; Wendy Larsen, Michael Petratis

ANOTHER EYE DESIGN, LLC

3200 Pommel Court Oakton, VA 22124 Phone: (703) 599-8196 Camille DeLew ARCHAEON, INC., ARCHITECTS

7503 MacArthur Boulevard Cabin John, MD 20818 Phone: (301) 229-2003 Robert C. Wilkoff B K REALTY GROUP

4300 Forbes Boulevard, #220 Lanham, MD 20706-4314 Phone: (301) 952-0190 Kimberly Lassiter BAKERS APPLIANCE, HEATING & AC, INC.

1330 Old Bridge Road Woodbridge, VA 22192 Phone: (703) 494-7111 D. Suzanne Baker, Joyce Fullerton BARLI DESIGN

1010 Green Hill Farm Road Reisterstown, MD 21136 Phone: (410) 833-7395 James D. Lichty, CKD BROTHERS SERVICES CO.

12 E. Baltimore Street, Apt B Taneytown, MD 21787 Phone: (443) 507-1035 April L. Lyter BROTHERS SERVICES CO.

111 Hanover Pike Hampstead, MD 21074 Phone: (443) 507-1035 Travis Kopp

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CARNEMARK creates design/build solutions that flow—meeting practical needs in contemporary life through a client-responsive and environmentally sensitive process. Since 1987, Washington, DC-area clients have enjoyed the awardwinning combination of function and beauty we’ve helped bring home. CHARLES C. ALMONTE, AIA ASID

9913 Grayson Avenue Silver Spring, MD 20901 Phone: (202) 492-8494 Charles C. Almonte CHERRYWORKS, LTD.

12609 Harford Road Kingsville, MD 21087 Phone: (410) 592-5977 Angela Michele Courtalis CHESAPEAKE BAY DESIGN

563 Leeds Road Elkton, MD 21921 Phone: (443) 907-7171 Heather P. Hill, CKD CHRISTOPHER’S HOME FASHIONS

3139 Westminster Street Manchester, MD 21102-1883 Phone: (410) 374-2128 Christopher Hojnowski, Susan Hojnowski


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CREATIVE DESIGNS BY JUDY, LLC

DRAFTING, DETAIL & DESIGN, LLC

7705 Hooes Road Springfield, VA 22152 Phone: (703) 851-5259 Judith L. Johnson, CKD

298 Walnut Drive Front Royal, VA 22630 Phone: (540) 636-9998 Sharon L. Will, AKBD

DECO DESIGN STUDIO, LLC

DRAMATIC COMFORT INTERIORS

9710 Singleton Drive Bethesda, MD 20817 Phone: (301) 896-0393 Yoko Barsky, Roya Gjaravi DEE DAVID & CO., LLC

9162 Brookville Road Silver Spring, MD 20910 Phone: (301) 565-4600 Thomas A. Gilday, CKD; Joseph Gilday, Leslie Rossevelt, Ellen Gilday Witts, CKD, CBD www.gilday.com

15 Hamill Road Baltimore, MD 21210 Phone: (410) 433-7855 AnnLynn C. Best, AKBD DRL-TOTAL ENVIRONMENTS

7906 Sycamore Drive Falls Church, VA 22042 Phone: (703) 560-6601 Dee David, CKD,CBD; Hanna Jolley, Micaela Deegan

6194 Old Franconia Road Alexandria, VA 22310-3410 Phone: (703) 971-0008 Donna Ralston-Latham, LID,CID,ASID,FIFDA; Warrenn Hoppe, Sr.

DENA FOSTER, LLC KITCHEN & BATH SOLUTIONS

ELLICOTT INTERIORS

7010 Cold Point Road Clifton, VA 20124 Phone: (703) 930-2599 Dena Foster

GILDAY COMPANY, INC.

Founded in 1990 Landis Construction, an award-winning design/build firm draws on years of successful architectural and building experience in the Metropolitan Washington D.C. area. We service the home improvement needs and dreams of our clients in an integrated process from design conception through construction.

8180 Main Street Ellicott City, MD 21043 Phone: (410) 262-3707 Lissa Bounds ENVIROHOMEDESIGN

DESIGN 613

2811 Bartol Avenue Baltimore, MD 21209 Phone: (410) 764-1669 Ellene Newman DESIGN EXCHANGE, INC.

3911 Old Lee Highway, 41E Fairfax, VA 22030 Phone: (703) 691-1200 Carolin Schebish DESIGN HOUSE KITCHENS & APPLIANCE, LLC

PO Box 1562 Vienna, VA 22183 Phone: (703) 263-2700 SueAnn Dressler DESIGN SOLUTIONS, INC.

1598 Whitehall Road, Ste. C Annapolis, MD 21409-5642 Phone: (410) 757-6100 Joan E. Zimmerman, CKD, CBD DESIGN STUDIO INTERNATIONAL KITCHEN & BATH

1818 Gilson Street Falls Church, VA 22043 Phone: (703) 821-7399 Savena Doychinov, CKD; Dimiter Doychinov DESIGN TILE, INC.

3601 5th Street South, Unit 311 Arlington, VA 22204 Phone: (703) 734-8211 Leslie King

4822 3rd Street N Arlington, VA 22203 Phone: (703) 812-9370 Marta Layseca FARALLI’S KITCHEN & BATH DESIGN STUDIO

301 7th Street NE Washington, DC 20002 Phone: (440) 944-4499 Laura Faralli-Gopstein, CKD FITZSIMMONS DESIGN ASSOCIATES, INC.

918 Bay Ridge Road Annapolis, MD 21403 Phone: (410) 269-1965 Gina Fitzsimmons

GROSSMUELLER’S DESIGN CONSULTANTS

FLOORS & MORE

150 Omps Drive Winchester, VA 22601 Phone: (540) 535-0610 Patricia Boyd, AKBD FREDERICK KITCHENS & BATHS, LLC

2244 Loch Lomond Drive Vienna, VA 22181 Phone: (703) 268-3667 Alison Freeman

DIRECT BUY

38 Maryland Ave, Unit 409 Rockville, MD 20850 Phone: (800) 827-6400 Anastasia Lohr, AKBD

4115 Annandale Road, Suite 102 Annandale, VA 22003 Phone: (703) 205-0031 Greg Norman, Esmeralda Arauz, Charles Oliver

8346 Hunter Murphy Circle Alexandria, VA 22309 Phone: (240) 299-8440 Julia Wolfgang

FREEMAN KITCHEN/BATH/HOME

GATEGA INTERIOR DESIGN, LLC

18 Orchard Way South Rockville, MD 20854 Phone: (301) 424-3834 Joanne Fitzgerald

Landis Construction Corporation 7059 Blair Road, NW, Ste 300 Washington, DC 20012 Contact: Chris Landis, AIA Phone: (202) 726-3777 www.landisconstruction.com

GREG NORMAN & ASSOCIATES, INC.

FLEUR DE LIS, LLC

3235 Holly Berry Court Falls Church, VA 22042 Phone: (301) 695-3600 Mary Rexford, AKBD

Gilday is a green certified, integrated design & construction firm. Clients participate in a sophisticated, highly collaborative design/build experience that seamlessly blends the expertise of architects, interior designers, master builders and project management specialists. The firm excels at the planning and execution of complex, multi-faceted custom renovations. Founding partners Kevin and Thomas Gilday personally oversee each phase of every project.

5511 Broad Branch Road NW Washington, DC 20015 Phone: (202) 537-0060 Cynthia McClure, CKD; Staci Bryarly, AKBD HAJOCA

4351 Norrsville Road, Apt #1 Whitehall, MD 21132 Phone: (717) 848-6688 Karen S. Beam

HARVEY’S KITCHENS & BATHS

22560 Glenn Drive, Suite 115 Sterling, VA 20164 Phone: (703) 444-0871 Kara S. Reinertsen, CKD, CBD; Karen Barnette, Kamron Heydari, Jay Jellis HELLMAN-SIAREY CREATIONS

10412 Clinton Avenue Silver Spring, MD 20902 Phone: (301) 793-9009 Erin H. Siarey, AKBD HUS INTERIORS

215 Lower Magothy Beach Road Severna Park, MD 21146 Phone: (410) 647-7071 Margret Johannsdottir INSIDE/OUT

HAMPSHER DESIGNS

306 Twinbrook Parkway Rockville, MD 20851 Phone: (301) 762-0340 Claudia Hampsher

103 Coopers Lane Winchester, VA 22602 Phone: (540) 247-2249 Barbara Van Osten INTEGRATED KITCHENS, LLC

8702 Wild Ginger Way Montgomery Village, MD 20886 Phone: (301) 926-7733 Amy Pasek www.remodelinform.com • NKBA Baltimore/Washington’s Remodeling Today 37


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2235 Hunters Chase Bel Air, MD 21015 Phone: (443) 866-6477 Jennifer Woodring

KITCHEN DESIGN AND CONSULTING SERVICES, LLC

319 Sunbrook Lane Hagerstown, MD 21742 Phone: (240) 818-1597 Bert Callaham

IVY DESIGN STUDIO

7213 Pine Drive Annandale, VA 22003 Phone: (703) 752-5867 Tiffany Klebe Taft, AKBD JACK ROSEN CUSTOM KITCHENS, INC.

12223 Nebel Street Rockville, MD 20852-2613 Phone: (301) 984-9484 Larry Rosen, CKD; Hedy Shashanni, Stephanie Fried JIMENO STUDIOS

KITCHEN ELEMENTS

2903 Clovercrest Way Olney, MD 20832 Phone: (301) 774-7473 Jan Goldman, Hillary Griffin KITCHEN ENCOUNTERS

PO Box 6485 Annapolis, MD 21401-6485 Phone: (410) 263-4900 x 13 Mark T. White, CKD, CBD; Cindy Spittle, Tanya Dugan, AKBD; Irene White, Jim White, Jessica White

7425 Democracy Boulevard Suite 209 Bethesda, MD 20817-1205 Phone: (240) 644-3252 Jessica Lee Jimeno

KITCHEN QUEST

JM KITCHEN & BATH DESIGN SPECIALTIES

KITCHEN TECHNIQ, INC.

302 Lewis Street NW Vienna, VA 22180-4207 Phone: (703) 242-1812 Lyn W. Beer, CKD

9900 Georgia Avenue Silver Spring, MD 20902 Phone: (571) 436-6297 Jay McQuate

12011 Nebel Street N. Bethesda, MD 20852 Phone: (301) 231-0633 Beryl Fishman, CKD; Don Singman, CKD

JME CONSULTING, INC.

KMD INTERIORS

3031 Fallstaff Road, Apt. 505 Baltimore, MD 21209 Phone: (443) 829-3031 Joan M. Eisenberg, CMKBD; Michael Eisenberg

43283 Thaddeus Lane Leesburg, VA 20176 Phone: (571) 257-2467 Karen Dunlap

KENWOOD KITCHENS, INC.

210 Holmard Street Gaithersburg, MD 20878 Phone: (240) 305-3736 Kylah Eyrich

1500 Riderwood-Lutherville Drive Lutherville, MD 21093 Phone: (410) 828-9560 Gabbby Matuchova KENWOOD KITCHENS, INC.

8835 H Columbia 100 Parkway Columbia, MD 21045 Phone: (443) 656-3300 Elizabeth Laura Daniels, AKBD KITCHEN & BATH GALLERY

10233 Kensington Parkway Kensington, MD 20895-3306 Phone: (301) 942-8880 Lucinda S. Gallalee, Paul M. Gallalee KITCHEN AND BATH STUDIOS, INC.

7001 Wisconsin Avenue Chevy Chase, MD 20815 Phone: (301) 657-1636 Jerry R. Weed, CKD; Karen Hourigan, CKD KITCHEN CONCEPTS BY TRISH HOUCK

4474 Columbia Road Ellicott City, MD 21042 Phone: (410) 461-3510 Susan Kallaugher

KME BATH DESIGNS

LANG KUHN, LLC

273 Peninsula Farm Road, Suite D Arnold, MD 21012 Phone: (443) 534-0108 Shane Silverman, CKD LASTING IMPRESSIONS DESIGN, LLC

1802 Wildflower Court Bel Air, MD 21015 Phone: (410) 925-5219 Karen A. Trinchere

LYDIA BAKER INTERIORS

NEW LOOK KITCHEN & BATH COMPANY

5823 Whiterose Way New Market, MD 21774 Phone: (410) 549-0058 Lydia Baker

322 N. Royal Avenue Front Royal, VA 22630 Phone: (540) 635-8020 Kelley L. Miller, Arissa Foreman

LYNCH’S KITCHENS

NICELY DONE KITCHENS

7602 Seoane Court Falls Church, VA 22042-1321 Phone: (703) 204-9131 James J. Lynch

8934 Burke Lake Road Springfield, VA 22151 Phone: (703) 764-3748 Evelyn Nicely, Marie Davis, Catherine Goss, Kip Nicely

MARY B. O’CONNELL

ONESTA DESIGN, LLC

MARIBAR DESIGNS, LLC Ellicott City, MD 21042 Phone: (443) 980-5479 Mary B. O’Connell, AKBD

9410 Coral Lane Alexandria, VA 22309 Phone: (703) 799-7420 Mary M. Galloway

MARY KATHRYN HAPPE INTERIORS

PAMELA GREGORY MONTGOMERY COLLEGE

3127 N. Pollard Street Arlington, VA 22207 Phone: (703) 522-2850 Mary K. Happe MARY KURTZ KITCHENS, LLC

4118 Military Road NW Washington, DC 20015 Phone: (202) 244-2970 Mary M. Kurtz, CKD MATHILDA COX INTERIORS

1336 Vermont Avenue NW Washington, DC 20006 Phone: (202) 667-4200 Mathilda M. Cox, ASID MATTICE DESIGN

11714 Decade Court Reston, VA 20191-2942 Phone: (571) 315-1871 Justin Mattice, AKBD

10328 Wetherburn Road Woodstock, MD 21163 Phone: (410) 299-4401 Lauren Ratzlaff LISA HOFFER, AKBD

18090 Turnberry Drive Round Hill, VA 20141-2559 Phone: (540) 338-1496 Lisa Hoffer, AKBD LMC DESIGNS, LLC

43242 Chokeberry Square Ashburn, VA 20147 Phone: (703) 596-2562 Lisa M. Consolo, CKD

18404 Honeylocust Circle Gaithersburg, MD 20879-5200 Phone: (240) 567-7597 Nomeda Bujanauskiene PAMELA HARVEY INTERIORS

12191 Goldenchain Court Oak Hill, VA 20171-1635 Phone: (703) 323-5134 Pamela Harvey THE PATANE GROUP, INC./ APPLIANCELAND

2045 West Street Annapolis, MD 21401 Phone: (410) 981-9691 Aaryn Melisa Zablocki PATERA HOME, LLC

11406 Night Star Way Reston, VA 20194 Phone: (703) 834-9770 Jennifer L. Parker

MGD DESIGN BUILD COMPANY

PEARL’S DESIGN SOLUTIONS

4306 Howard Avenue, #200 Kensington, MD 20895-2420 Phone: (301) 587-8535 Michael G. Dent, Shawn Staples

PO Box 2983 Merrifield, VA 22116 Phone: (202) 257-5332 Janice H. Spence

MIDSOUTH BUILDING SUPPLY, MD

PLANNING SPACES, LLC

6918 Berry Wood Court Columbia, MD 21044 Phone: (301) 513-9000 Kimberly L. Panah, CKD MISGUIDED ANGEL INTERIOR DESIGN

LAUREN RATZLAFF

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PO Box 306 Glyndon, MD 21071 Phone: (410) 960-9302 Kimberley S. Karlsen

2921 Argyle Drive Alexandria, VA 22305 Phone: (703) 549-1412 Jeanne S. Dagradi PORTFOLIO KITCHENS

2367 Hunter Mill Road Vienna, VA 22181 Phone: (703) 242-0330 Lois E. Kennedy, CKD; Elaine Hodgson, Victoria Feldman, Samantha Chinn, CKD

MITCHELL DESIGNS

PO Box 455 Purcellville, VA 20134 Phone: (703) 300-2252 Jane L. Mitchell NEST DESIGN STUDIO

2223 Washington Avenue, #103 Silver Spring, MD 20910 Phone: (301) 589-3431 Margaret Curtner, AKBD, LEED-AP

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POWERHOUSE INTERIOR DESIGN, LLC

PO Box 272 Warrenton, VA 20188 Phone: (540) 788-3631 Rhonda Burgess RADIFERA DESIGN GROUP, LLC

6239 33rd St NW, Suite B Washington, DC 20015 Phone: (202) 256-7670 Bertin Radifera


FALL/WINTER 2012 SAMANTHA FRIEDMAN INTERIOR DESIGNS, LLC

110 Summer Walk Drive Gaithersburg, MD 20878 Phone: (301) 529-1900 Samantha Friedman

NKBA Baltimore/Washington Membership Directory SYNERGY DESIGN & CONSTRUCTION

VIRGINIA KITCHENS

1900 Campus Commons Drive Suite 100 Reston, VA 20191 Phone: (703) 766-6333 Mina Fies, Natalie Stockman, ASID; Mark Fies

312 Calvert Avenue Alexandria, VA 22301 Phone: (703) 836-1776 Erin Hoopes, Harry Braswell

SEARS HOLDINGS - THE GREAT INDOORS

9500 Foxlair Place Gaithersburg, MD 20882 Phone: (847) 286-7763 Heather Furman, AKBD SHENANDOAH CUSTOM KITCHENS

997 Lupton Road Woodstock, VA 22664 Phone: (540) 335-2069 Richard Clem, AKBD SIGNATURE COMPANIES

18128 Maugans Avenue Hagerstown, MD 21740-1663 Phone: (703) 753-0699 Stephen Poe SKD STUDIOS

11734 Rousby Hall Road Lusby, MD 20657 Phone: (443) 404-5686 Anissa Swanzy SMALL BERNAL, INC.

4625 Rockwood Parkway NW Washington, DC 20016-3206 Phone: (202) 360-5418 Adrian Small STUART KITCHENS, INC.

1359 Beverly Road, Ste. 100 McLean, VA 22101 Phone: (703) 734-6102 Judith R. Bracht, CKD,CBD; Ronda Royalty, CKD; Marvin W. Moser, CKD; David Wade Facey, CKD, CBD STUART KITCHENS, INC.

10440 Furnace Road Lorton, VA 22079 Phone: (703) 734-6102 James W. Bingnear, CKD STUART KITCHENS, INC.

1858 Reisterstown Road Baltimore, MD 21208 Phone: (410) 252-6520 Victor P. Williams, CKD; Margaret Terry Mulhern, AKBD; Stuart Dean Bunyea, CKD; Helen J. Lang, CKD

SZB INTERIOR DESIGN

140 Hesketh Street Chevy Chase, MD 20815 Phone: (301) 455-6059 Sheri Zaitz-Blotner

10088 Tyler Court Ijamsville, MD 21754 Phone: (240) 344-4437 Heather O’Connell, Linda McCormick

DISTRIBUTOR A & S SALES

TANGENT DESIGNS, LLC

7105 Triad Way Springfield, VA 22151 Phone: (571) 278-4401 Alice Roberts

458 South Pickett Street Alexandria, VA 22304 Phone: (703) 461-8200 Frankie Aiello, Colin McHugh, Vincent Aiello, Hampton Roach

TAS INTERIORS

APPLIANCE DISTRIBUTORS UNLIMITED

3411 Silver Maple Place Falls Church, VA 22042 Phone: (202) 352-7766 Andre Sabbagh

729 Erie Avenue Takoma Park, MD 20912 Phone: (410) 636-1276 Sam Gregory, Ed Janeski, Chris Kozimer

TERRANOVA

AVANTI MARBLE & GRANITE

8453 Tyco Road Vienna, VA 22182-2209 Phone: (703) 761-0604 Marcelo Dobrauchi, Rita Tersio, Johnny Lupton, Kirsten Ederer

3909 Cornell Place Frederick, MD 21703 Phone: (301) 874-3900 Bill Werder, Brandon Kapeluch, Tonita Hickey THE FRETZ CORPORATION

TIDAL KITCHEN & BATH DESIGN CENTER

1 Sycamore Court Grasonville, MD 21638 Phone: (410) 224-4720 Elizabeth Diane Godfrey, CKD

9204 Berger Road Columbia, MD 21046 Phone: (443) 430-0100 Beth Korwek, Amy Gaeta

Your trust is important to us. We believe a carefully planned project is a responsibility we owe each of our customers. From kitchens, bathrooms and additions to complex whole house renovations, we take the time to listen to you and prepare for the smallest details to ensure a successful project of which we can all be proud.

Merrick Design & Build, Inc. 3923 Plyers Mill Road Kensington, MD 20895 Contact: David Merrick, MCR, UDCR Phone: (301) 946-2356 Fax: (301) 946-2898 email: dmerrick@mdbi.us www.remodelwithmerrick.com

HEART OF THE HOME CABINETRY

404 Longview Avenue Winchester, VA 22601 Phone: (540) 877-0439 David W. Richmond, CKD

TILE CENTER

184 Bent Twig Lane Gaithersburg, MD 20878 Phone: (301) 258-7878 Ana Vivina Flanigan, AKBD TOTAL KITCHEN AND BATH DESIGN

1640 Sunstone Drive Mc Lean, VA 22102 Phone: (703) 675-7083 Mary Ellen DeCaprio, AKBD

Mid-South Building Supply of VA 7940 Woodruff Court Springfield, VA 22151-2122 Phone: (703) 321-4019 Fax: (703) 321-4006 Jim Rowland jrowland@msbs.net www.msbs.net

TOWN & COUNTRY DESIGN

39189 Aldie Road Aldie, VA 20105 Phone: (703) 327-3217 Christine Bucheli, AKBD

STUART KITCHENS, INC.

8031 Ritchie Highway Pasadena, MD 21122 Phone: (410) 761-5700 Joseph C. Birner, CKD

THE WASHINGTON KITCHEN GALLERY

TUNIS KITCHEN & BATH SHOWROOM

12409 Braxfield Court, #6 Rockville, MD 20852 Phone: (301) 652-5513 Asha K. Marakath, CBD

SUZANNE L. SEPETY CONSULTANTS AND CONTRACTORS

VICTORIA LISCINSKY, CKD, CBD

5336 Ravensworth Road Springfield, VA 22151 Phone: (703) 642-3336 Suzanne L. Sepety, AKBD

351 Green Mountain Court Pasadena, MD 21122 Phone: (410) 439-8250 Victoria Liscinsky, CKD,CBD

Mid South Building Supply has serviced the professional homebuilder and remodeling contractor for over 45 years. As a 100% Employee Owned company, each employee owner has a personal stake in fulfilling the needs of its clients. Mid South features the finest in custom cabinetry including Medallion, Legacy, KraftMaid, Quality and Cardell Cabinetry and a variety of vinyl siding and window products.

A full line electrical distributor with three residential lighting showrooms servicing Virginia, Maryland and Washington, DC. Our showrooms contain a breathtaking assortment of one-of-a-kind lighting fixtures as well as all the necessary basics. All are staffed with knowledgeable lighting consultants, some of which have as much as 30 years of experience, others ALA certification, and all capable of thoroughly guiding customers through the selection process. Visit our web site for hours and addresses www.dominionelectric.com.

Dominion Electric Supply Company, Inc. 5053 Lee Highway Arlington, Virginia 22207 Contact: Valerie Ramos [P] 703-536-4400 [F] 703-536-4258 www.dominionelectric.com

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14801 Willard Road, Suite 400 Chantilly, VA 20151 Phone: (703) 631-4848 Mike Lowden

GRANITE OUTLET, INC.

ALEXANDRIA KITCHEN & BATH STUDIO

600 South Pickett Street Alexandria, VA 22304 Phone: (703) 212-4811 Jane M. Jones, Sheri Mazurkevich, Kenny Lawal

1502 King Street Alexandria, VA 22314 Phone: 703-549-1415 Jennifer Urbas AMERICAN DECORATING CENTER

NVS KITCHEN & BATH, INC.

GRANITE WORKS, LLC

8982 Hornbaker Road Manassas, VA 20109 Phone: (703) 378-2600 Glen Miracle, Cynthia Murphy, Kristin Forness, CKD; Scott Perkins, Dawn Summers, Richard Perkins II., Lisa Painter, Susan Wells, Sandra Brannock, AKBD; Alison Martin, CKD,CBD

1090 Taft Street Rockville, MD 20850 Phone: (301) 838-5533 Bruno Valente, Art Rivera

40 Pidgeon Hill Drive Sterling, VA 20165 Phone: (703) 444-1177 Paul L. Davis BARCLAY DESIGN

MARBLEX DESIGN INTERNATIONAL, INC.

2926 Prosperity Avenue Fairfax, VA 22031-2209 Phone: (703) 698-5595 Christina Giardina Yilmez

PO Box 248 Wye Mills, MD 21679 Phone: (410) 829-4460 Barc Upchurch BARRONS CUSTOM KITCHENS

PLEXICOR (USA), INC.

NORWOOD MARBLE & GRANITE, INC.

PO Box 916 Severna Park, MD 21146 Phone: (410) 975-0128 Mark Webster

3400 Windom Road Brentwood, MD 20722 Phone: (301) 887-1014 Wayne Norwood, Ryan Northrop

UNITED PRODUCTS DIST.

POWER MARBLE & GRANITE

1200 68th Street Baltimore, MD 21237 Phone: (410) 866-6800 Richard Hicks

EDUCATION ANNE ARUNDEL COMMUNITY COLLEGE

101 College Parkway Arnold, MD 21012 Phone: (410) 777-7086 Janet L. Haddock ANNE ARUNDEL COMMUNITY COLLEGE

101 College Parkway Arnold, MD 21012 Phone: (410) 777-7086 Janet Hadcock, Mike Ryan, Constance Bevitt, Joanie Miller

FABRICATOR ASSI FABRICATORS, LLC

11270 Old Baltimore Pike Beltsville, MD 20705 Phone: (301) 937-2800 Robert Hazlett EURO STONE CRAFT

13912 Park Center Road Herndon, VA 20171 Phone: (703) 435-5551 Shawn Daghigh FLINTSTONE MARBLE & GRANITE, INC.

14702 Southlawns Lane Rockville, MD 20850 Phone: (301) 340-2320 Kenny Fonseca GRANITE OUTLET

10128 York Road Cockeysville, MD 21030 Phone: (703) 921-3180 Oye Alle, Dulcie A. Horecni, CKD

23 W. Diamond Avenue Gaithersburg, MD 20877 Phone: (571) 292-6600 Jayme Michnya, Ann Clodfelter, Vicki Anderson, Heather King, Greg Zuvich

3935 Avion Park Court, Suite A103 Chantilly, VA 20151 Phone: (703) 691-0617 Henry Montano, Yahaira Montano, Lumy Montano

INSTALLER BALLSFORD KITCHENS, INC.

15905 Dolphin Drive Montclair, VA 22025-1630 Phone: (571) 214-1969 Richard L. Wright

KITCHEN & BATH DEALER 314 DESIGN STUDIO, LLC

314 Main Street Stevensville, MD 21666 Phone: (410) 643-4040 Gail Lundberg, Brad Lundberg, Michael A. Kowalski ABBEY DESIGN CENTER FLOORS KITCHEN & BATH

21465 Price Cascades Plaza Sterling, VA 20164 Phone: (703) 450-8181 Elizabeth Schaefer, Shervin Ansari AIDAN DESIGN, LLC

4701 Sangamore Road Bethesda, MD 20816 Phone: (301) 320-8735 Nadia Subaran, John Schmiedigen, Miguel Valencia, Sadie Subaran, Angie Sparks

11015 Lee Highway Fairfax, VA 22031 Phone: (703) 385-6724 Craig Pugh, Kelly Morrissette 5715 Lee Highway Arlington, VA 22207 Phone: (703) 534-2803 Shelley Valentine 46262 Cranston Street, #102 Sterling, VA 20165 Phone: (571) 521-7070 Jessica Fisher 3801 Evergreen Parkway Bowie, MD 20716 Phone: (301) 464-0786 Gayle Weyland 6435 Dobbin Road Columbia, MD 21045 Phone: (410) 964-2969 Jim Churco 10015 York Road Cockeysville, MD 21030 Phone: (410) 628-0496 Marian Ostach, Jessica Fisher 8486 Tyco Road, Ste. D Vienna, VA 22182-2248 Phone: (703) 734-8780 Eric Larson

R. BRATTI ASSOCIATES, INC.

403 East Glebe Road Alexandria, VA 22305 Phone: (703) 549-1135 Robert Blanchard, Thomas Tozzini, Deleigh Van Deursen, CKD,CBD, NCIDQ

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Bray & Scarff has been remodeling kitchens and baths for many years and our specialty is “making the customer’s dreams a reality”. Our experienced designers and Certified Installers will ensure your remodeling experience will be a positive one! We offer a “ONE STOP SHOP” for your complete project, with Lifetime Warranties on our products and on the Installation!

BRAY & SCARFF, INC. 813 C Rockville Pike Rockville, MD 20852 Phone: (301) 251-6150 Dan Hoilman, Jennifer Catania 6733 Richmond Highway Alexandria, VA 22306 Phone: (703) 660-1064 Diane M. Hursh, CKD, CBD; Veronica Foster 6801 Wisconsin Avenue Chevy Chase, MD 20815 Phone: (301) 470-3555 Bill Hurley, CKD; Cathy Rupert, Gary Cullen, Shawn Campana, Dave Kapp

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CABINET DISCOUNTERS

9500 Berger Road Columbia, MD 21046-1501 Phone: (410) 381-8172 Elaine Mikk, David Fullerton, Samantha Crise, William Putiri CABINET DISCOUNTERS

14501 Lee Jackson Highway Chantilly, VA 20151 Phone: (703) 803-7990 Mary M. Banas, CKD CABINET SHOWPLACE, LLC

210 N. 21st Street Purcellville, VA 20132 Phone: (540) 338-9661 Mary Lou Slusar, Julie Garland, Julie Fifield CARMIKE KITCHENS CREATIVE CABINETRY

Breton Professional Bldg Leonardtown, MD 20650 Phone: (301) 475-9616 Jane Bachman, Carol Miller, Lisa Kinsey CARRIAGE HILL CABINET & MILLWORK CO.

5907 Enterprise Court Frederick, MD 21703 Phone: (301) 228-3700 Douglas Fauth, Kris Quinn, CKD; Claire Fauth


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CHERRY HILL CABINETRY & MILLWORK

JENNIFER GILMER KITCHEN & BATH, LTD.

KONST - KITCHEN INTERIOR DESIGN

6232 Old Dominion Drive McLean, VA 22101 Phone: (703) 942-6053 Meredith Hartsock Ashley Gossett, Denise Mercer

6935 Wisconsin Avenue Chevy Chase, MD 20815 Phone: (301) 657-2500 Jennifer L. Gilmer, CKD; Carolyn B. Thomas, CBD; Sara Lee, AKBD; Gwyneth Hand, CKD; William Gilmer, Melissa Reyes, Julian Palacios, Lauren Gagnon, Helen Mapson, Priay Gupta

7500 Old Georgetown Road Bethesda, MD 20814 Phone: (301) 657-3800 Allison Lynn Nissen

CLICK CABINETS

PO BOX 11311 Manassas, VA 20113 Phone: (906) 420-2032 Krysta Starz COLONIAL SASH & DOOR, INC.

1807 Arnolds Town Road Jefferson, MD 21755 Phone: (301) 695-4041 x171 Rob Vivian COX KITCHENS & BATHS, INC.

6322 Falls Road Baltimore, MD 21209 Phone: (410) 296-4700 Robert L. Gibbs, CKD; Allison Gibbs, CKD; Martin Gibbs, AKBD CREATIVE ELEGANCE INTERIORS, LLC

4633 Allens Mill Boulevard Haymarket, VA 20169 Phone: (571) 331-4801 Paola M. McDonald, Katy Gorman DAVIDA’S KITCHEN & TILES

435 A & B E Diamond Aveue Gaithersburg, MD 20877 Phone: (240) 361-9331 Davida Rodriguez, Alex Petukhov

JUD TILE, LTD.

204-G Mill Street NE Vienna, VA 22180 Phone: (703) 255-5571 Jud Robertson, Jennings Cole, Nancy Groff

11449 Butterfruit Way Ellicott City, MD 21042 Phone: (410) 493-5986 Laura M. Cochran ELITE KITCHENS, INC.

12115-J Parklawn Drive Rockville, MD 20852 Phone: (301) 881-2776 Mati Kotz, Daniel Prozeller GATEHOUSE KITCHENS

12407 Macao Court Oak Hill, VA 20171 Phone: (703) 795-6686 Caryn Slattery Walp GBC FLOORS KITCHEN BATH

5601 General Washington Drive Alexandria, VA 22312 Phone: (703) 750-1188 Nilifer Keskin, Serkan Keskin HAYES CONSTRUCTION COMPANY

14307 Jarrettsville Pike Phoenix, MD 21131 Phone: (410) 628-7900 James Tabeling, CKD

10756 Middleboro Drive Damascus, MD 20872 Phone: (301) 840-8570 Kenneth L. Watkins, CKD; Katheryn Watkins MAGAZI KITCHENS & BATHS

7847 Old Georgetown Road Bethesda, MD 20814 Phone: (301) 913-0286 Mary L. Angelaras

KITCHEN & BATH DEPOT

11637 Boiling Brook Place Rockville, MD 20852-2370 Phone: (301) 942-8092 Ron Tucker

Founded in 1985, Dulles Electric’s 12,000 SF Lighting Showroom is the largest in the DC area and has extensive displays of Schonbek Crystal Fixtures, Ceiling Fans, and Lamps as well as real world lighting displays. In addition, this full service company has an Electrical Supply Counter and a Commercial Division.

Mastercraft Design, Inc.

THE KITCHEN DESIGN CENTER OF MARYLAND

10534 York Road Cockeysville, MD 21030-2347 Phone: (410) 683-0123 Jan F. Kiracofe, Susan Schuder THE KITCHEN GUILD

3739 Pickett Road Fairfax, VA 22031 Phone: (703) 323-3900 James McCoy, Lisa McKoy, Patrice Casey, MaryJo Jackson KITCHEN KOLLECTIVE

DECORATIVE DESIGNS

KWC, INC.

9030 Euclid Avenue Manassas, VA 20110 Phone: (703) 335-1499 Fax: (703) 335-1461 53 East Lee Street Warrenton, VA 20186 Phone: 540-351-0708 Fax: 540-351-0757 Rita L. McSorley, CKD, Thomas “Mac” McSorley, CR, CKBR, Laurie Kline www.mastercraftdesigninc.com

Dulles Electric Supply 22570 Shaw Road Sterling, VA 20166 Contact: Shari Arnold Phone: (703) 450-5700 Fax: (703) 430-5890 Shari@DullesElectric.com www.DullesElectric.com

420 D Chinquapin Round Road Annapolis, MD 21401 Phone: (410) 975-0815 Kathryn Porter, CKD; Barbars Seldes, Joe Betag KITCHEN PLANNERS A DIVISION OF CDB, INC.

12140-B Parklawn Drive Rockville, MD 20852 Phone: (301) 231-9068 Bruce Chapman, Jeffrey Miskell, Amber Dozat KITCHENS BY REQUEST, INC.

1115 Baldwin Mill Road Jarrettsville, MD 21084 Phone: (410) 557-6957 Blue Arnold, CKD, CBD; Joy Rogan CKD; Lance Arnold, Perry Christian, Abi Helmick KLEPPINGER DESIGN GROUP, INC.

2809- A Merrilee Drive Fairfax, VA 22031 Phone: (703) 208-2208 C. William Kleppinger III, Alexander Williams, Rhonda Grisham, Julie Hendrickson, Chris Fadden, Christne Moser, AKBD; Andrew Gay, Patricia Kennedy

Mastercraft’s kitchen & bath design showroom features a full range of cabinetry, counters, and kitchen & bath accessories. A helpful staff of trained designers will help you create the kitchen, bath or whole house cabinet design you’ve been dreaming about. Led by Thomas McSorley, a certified remodeler (CR) and a certified kitchen & bath remodeler (CKBR) who holds a bachelor of science degree in architectural studies from the University of Illinois, and his wife Rita, a certified kitchen designer (CKD) and also a graduate of the University of Illinois, the Mastercraft team brings 35 years of experience and expertise in the residential remodeling industry to bear on each and every project.

Appliance Distributors Unlimited prides itself as the best resource for kitchen appliances with four showrooms in three states. ADU has serviced the building, remodeling and property manager trade since 1982. ADU sales associates are factory trained to help you select the best appliance package for your kitchen and your needs.

Appliance Distributors Unlimited, Inc. Washinton, DC: 301.608.2600 Chantilly, VA: 703.263.2300 Baltimore, MD: 410.789.8000 York, PA: 717.845.6500 www.adu.com

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Michael Nash Design Build & Homes 8630-A Lee Highway Fairfax, VA 22031 Phone: (703) 641-9800 Fax: (703) 641-5938 Sonny Nazemian, C.I.D., CR, CKBR, GCP, UDCR, EET, Shawn Nazemian www.michael-nash.com

PEDINI DC

STAR KITCHENS

WINCHESTER WOODWORKING CORP.

3340 Cadys Alley NW Washington, DC 20007 Phone: (202) 640-1976 Roy Wellman

111 Chinquapin Round Road Annapolis, MD 21401 Phone: (410) 267-8550 Richard S. Bussey, CKD; Connie Bussey

PO Box 2197 Winchester, VA 22604 Phone: (800) 869-7327 Ben Frey, CKD; Deanna Weber

POTOMAC DESIGNS

7016 Bradley Boulevard Bethesda, MD 20817-2148 Phone: (301) 365-0457 Carole Lindenberg, Beth Landis, Tracy Backers, Sheila Smith

2254 Monocacy Road Baltimore, MD 21221 Phone: (410) 817-9091 David P. Rackl, CKD, CBD; John M. Christopher, CKD, CBD

9054 Chevrolet Dive, #307 Ellicott City, MD 21042-4018 Phone: (410) 313-9398 Tracy Bopst, Dann Cummings

MONTAGUE BRANCH, LTD.

218 N. Lee Street, Floor 3 Alexandria, VA 22314-2631 Phone: (703) 461-3350 Andrea H. Finn, CKD; Martha Whitley MONTGOMERY KITCHEN & BATH

15906 Luanne Drive Gaithersburg, MD 20877 Phone: (301) 417-6661 Jeff Cohen, Hannah Porter, Keith Hudson THE NATIONAL LUMBER CO.

4901 Pulaski Highway Baltimore, MD 21224 Phone: (410) 675-4740 Neal Fruman, Larry Miller, Rick Bechtel, Jack Gude

RON WHEATON CUSTOM KITCHENS, INC.

213 Mill Street NE Vienna, VA 22180 Phone: (703) 242-6285 Ronald Rene, Paul Maxim, Ronald Wheaton Jr., Carol Wheaton, Ron Wheaton Sr. SD KITCHENS

1201 Greenwood Road Baltimore, MD 21208 Phone: (410) 653-1309 Stu Dettelbach, CKD,CBD; Ilene Silberg, CKD SHORE LUMBER & MILLWORK, INC.

205 Glendale Avenue Centerville, MD 21617 Phone: (410) 758-8466 Catherine Hughes, AKBD; Eldridge Cronshaw SIGNATURE DESIGN GALLERY, LLC

5534 Wilkins Court Rockville, MD 20852 Phone: (301) 704-6222 Paula Truchon, AKBD SIGNATURE KITCHENS

8864 Belair Road Nottingham, MD 21236-2469 Phone: (410) 248-0123 David Bannasch

NORTHFIELD SALES COMPANY, INC.

6413-15 Harford Road Baltimore, MD 21214 Phone: (410) 254-6021 Cindy Neifeld, David Leone, Sean Towner

STUART KITCHENS, INC.

11750 Business Park Drive Waldorf, MD 20601 Phone: (301) 374-2744 Karen Harrison, Michelle Lane, Stuart Dean Bunyea, CKD

RACKL CHRISTOPHER ASSOCIATES, INC.

REVISIONS REMODELING SHOWROOM

Michael Nash is a one-stop Design/Build company. We do custom new homes, additions, extensions, complete kitchen and bath remodeling, basements, winecellars, custom garages, sun rooms, screen porches, flooring and window treatments. With over 30 years experience we handle you every step of the way from design through construction including interior design. One source does it all. Give us a call.

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SOLSTICE KITCHEN AND BATH

1651 Crofton Boulevard, Suite 10 Crofton, MD 21114 Phone: (410) 451-3332 Derek Mahoney

STUART KITCHENS, INC.

2221 Greenspring Drive Timonium, MD 21093 Phone: (410) 252-6520 Karen Hoff, Jodi Connolly STUART KITCHENS, INC.

8203 Wisconsin Avenue Bethesda, MD 20814 Phone: (410) 252-6520 Harriet Finder, CKD SULLY CARPET & INTERIORS

13970 Metrotech Drive Chantilly, VA 20151 Phone: (703) 222-0808 Farhad Rashedi SUNDAY KITCHEN & BATH, LLC

156 Gibbs Street Rockville, MD 20850 Phone: (240) 314-7011 William R. Hawkins

MANUFACTURER REPRESENTATIVE CRITERION SALES GROUP

9716 Hall Road Frederick, MD 21701 Phone: (704) 829-5318 Gary Golden JAE SALES COMPANY

4608 Angus Drive Gainesville, VA 20155 Phone: (703) 819-2739 John A. Evans MAHAFFY SALES ASSOCIATES

9363 Westering Sun Columbia, MD 21045 Phone: (410) 290-6517 Michael J. Mahaffy MARBLE DESIGNS, LTD.

6144 Reisterstown Road Baltimore, MD 21215 Phone: (410) 358-7878 Glenn Resnick, Ja-Ni Hircshmann MORGAN PINNACLE, LLC

3800 Timber View Way Reisterstown, MD 21136 Phone: (410) 526-4900 John K. Morgan, Dolores Morgan

TART LUMBER COMPANY, INC.

22183 Shaw Road Sterling, VA 20166 Phone: (703) 450-5040 Craig Fritsche, Eric Souder, Katherine Sorenson, Bruce Hoskins

MRF ASSOCIATES

22015 Ivy Leaf Drive Boyds, MD 20841 Phone: (301) 528-0729 Marc Farley, Jr. SHERWIN WILLIAMS

URBAN DESIGN GROUPS

7398-F Ward Park Lane Springfield, VA 22153 Phone: (703) 440-6760 Moe Shokri WALDORF MARBLE, INC.

4317 Charles Crossing Drive White Plains, MD 20695 Phone: (301) 843-2343 Paul E. Downs, CBD

4809 Auburn Avenie Bethesda, MD 20814 Phone: (410) 507-0572 Celeste P. Gilbert

MANUFACTURER /SUPPLIER AMERICAN WOODMARK CORPORATION

8708 Brooks Drive Easton, MD 21601 Phone: (410) 820-8984 Jill Jacobson, CKD

3102 Shawnee Drive Winchester, VA 22601 Phone: (540) 665-9100 Mark Kovich, Linda McLaughlin, CKD; Steven Varricchio, AKBD; Jennifer LeMarr, AKBD; Peggy A. Timberlake, Todd Sabine

WATERFORD KITCHENS & DESIGN CORP.

COSENTINO CENTER- WASHINGTON

WARREN’S WOODWORKS

6012 Harford Road Baltimore, MD 21214 Phone: (410) 254-1990 Dave Ogle

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PORCELITE ENTERPRISES

FERGUSON

8951B Brookville Road Silver Spring, MD 20910 Phone: (301) 589-5321 Richard Trimber, Phil Lande, Randy Harding

10350 Southard Drive Beltsville, MD 20705 Phone: (301) 595-9131 C.E. Wachter

13890 Lowe Street Chantilly, VA 20151 Phone: (703) 375-5800 Katherine Gibson

YOU TILE, LLC

FERGUSON

8254-L Backlick Road Lorton, VA 22079 Phone: (703) 646-0202 Store Mgr

5650 General Washington Drive Alexandria, VA 22312 Phone: (703) 642- 2626 Stephen Bowen, Dezra Samuelson, AKBD

COVERINGS NATIONAL TRADE PRODUCTIONS

313 S. Patrick Street Alexandria, VA 22314 Phone: (703) 706-8224 Jennifer Hoff, Michael Nebel Peake ELKAY MANUFACTURING COMPANY

506 Waterford Court New Hope, PA 18938 Phone: (952) 913-6233 Bob Garner, CMKBD

MULTI BRANCH RETAILER/HOME CENTER ANNAPOLIS LIGHTING

HUNTER DOUGLAS

71 Forest Plaza Annapolis, MD 21401 Phone: (510) 224-2565

704 Trout Dale Terrace Bel Air, MD 21014 Phone: (410) 776-9049 Kimberly Robertson

10362 Fairfax Boulevard Fairfax, VA 22030 Phone: (703) 995-8300

GMC GRANITE AND HOME IMPROVEMENT

13406 Occoquan Road Woodbridge, VA 22191 Phone: (703) 490-8799 Gohar Ihsan HOME DEPOT #2501

601 E. Ordnance Road Glen Burnie, MD 21060-6521 Phone: (410) 553-9600 Win Murphy HOME DEPOT #2502

HUTCHISON GLASS AND MIRROR, INC.

4980 - A Wyaconda Road N. Bethesda, MD 20852-2444 Phone: (301) 984-7500 Carole Hutchison, David Hutchison, Dan Hutchison KITCHEN CABINET MANUFACTURERS ASSOC.

1899 Preston White Drive Reston, VA 20191-5435 Phone: (703) 264-1690 C. Richard Titus MARKET HARDWARE WEBSITES

4800 Montgomery Lane Suite 150 Bethesda, MD 20814 Phone: (301) 263-7000 Brian Kraff MARVA MARBLE & GRANITE, INC.

12225 Distribution Way Beltsville, MD 20705 Phone: (301) 595-1882 Ted Adams, Dick DeChant MIELE, INC.

109 Garden Way Westminster, MD 21157 Phone: (609) 419-9898 Mark Choinski ONE SOURCE ASSOCIATES, INC.

6315 Hillside Court, Suite J Columbia, MD 21046 Phone: (410) 309-4900 Jack S. Floyd POGGENPOHL

3324 M Street NW Washington, DC 20007 Phone: (202) 342-9111 Elizabeth Cosby, Emily Eads, Tanya Guerrero

1616 A Rockville Pike Rockville, MD 20852 Phone: (301) 231-4994 Ronna Cohen

9955 Pulaski Highway (White Marsh) Baltimore, MD 21220 Phone: (410) 780-9200 Curtis Ingram

FA DESIGN BUILD

HOME DEPOT #2503

9979 Main Street Fairfax, VA 22031 Phone: (703) 934-8447 Rob Menefee, Britton Smith

6000 Baltimore National Pike Cantonsville, MD 21228-2928 Phone: (410) 719-9200 Aaron Barnett HOME DEPOT #2504

13890 Lowe Street Chantilly, VA 20151 Phone: (703) 375-5858 5650-D General Washington Dr. Alexandria, VA 22312 Phone: (703) 658-1000 800 East Gude Drive Rockville, MD 20850 Phone: (301) 424-1393 www.ferguson.com

TW Perry serves professional remodelers and homebuilders with quality products and exceptional service. We supply lumber, building materials, doors, windows, decking products, hardware, paint and power tools. Our Custom Door & Millwork Facility offers the highest quality door and millwork products – including custom exterior doors, mouldings, columns and other architectural details.

TW Perry 8101 Snouffer School Road Gaithersburg, MD 20879 (301) 840-9600 Additional locations: Baltimore, MD (410) 350-0750 Chevy Chase, MD (301) 652-2600 Leesburg, VA (703) 777-3030 Springfield, VA (703) 451-6500 www.twperry.com

HOME DEPOT #2511

1971 East Joppa Road Parkville, MD 21234-2733 Phone: (410) 882-1900 Amy Wilkerson, Bob Fitzsimmons

51 N. McCain Drive Frederick, MD 21702-4892 Phone: (301) 644-2840 Erin Williams, Ernist Kunz, Wesley Snow

HOME DEPOT #2505

HOME DEPOT #2550

6315 Eastern Avenue Baltimore, MD 21224 Phone: (410) 631-4440 James Chipps, Terri Binko

15740 Shady Grove Road Gaithersburg, MD 20877 Phone: (301) 330-4900 Joe Mauceri, Stewart T. Bowman, John H. Goldsby

HOME DEPOT #2506

Ferguson bath, kitchen and lighting galleries offers not only the latest product ideas from quality manufacturers, we also have the most experienced associates. Ferguson offers plumbing, lighting, cabinetry, appliances and more. Our showroom consultants understand the remodeling process and work with homeowners and contractors to ensure that their projects are done on time and within budget. FERGUSON

800 East Gude Drive, Ste A Rockville, MD 20850-8336 Phone: (301) 424-1393 Aditi Ripley, DeAKBD; Jan Zhuge, AKBD; David Rushe

665 Marketplace Drive Bel Air, MD 21014 Phone: (410) 638-0929 Steve Boyce, Eileen Turner

HOME DEPOT #2551

13829 Castle Cliff Way Silver Spring, MD 20904 Phone: (301) 680-3500 Satish Malhotra, Stacie Wise

HOME DEPOT #2507

9818 Reisterstown Road Owings Mills, MD 21117 Phone: (410) 356-1037 John McNinnie, Nerea Freto, Leo O’Brien

HOME DEPOT #2552

HOME DEPOT #2509

HOME DEPOT #2554

7111 Westlake Terrace Bethesda, MD 20817 Phone: (301) 634-3726 ext 350 Susan David

6003 Oxon Hill Road Oxon Hill, MD 20745 Phone: (301) 839-9600 Nicole Dunn, Craig Louers

HOME DEPOT #2510

HOME DEPOT #2555

979 Beards Hill Road Aberdeen, MD 21001 Phone: (410) 297-8930 Linda Schofield, Clay Carrick

150 Hampton Park Boulevard Capitol Heights, MD 20743-3819 Phone: (301) 324-0180 Ashley Proctor, Janelle Dawkins

4700 Cherry Hill Road College Park, MD 20740 Phone: (301) 345-6774 Chris Davis, John Fox

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HOME DEPOT #2557

HOME DEPOT #2571

HOME DEPOT #2589

HOME DEPOT #4638

145 Defense Highway Annapolis, MD 21401 Phone: (410) 571-0820 Dane Gleason, John Morris, Pete Drake

210 Ft. Meade Road Laurel, MD 20707-4401 Phone: (301) 497-7604 Paul Wilkinson, Michael Dalesio

55 Forest Plaza Annapolis, MD 21401 Phone: (410) 897-9077 Brian Zlotlorzynski, Joe Bowman

7710 Richmond Highway Alexandria, VA 22306 Phone: (703) 619-5124 Cecil O. Coleman, Cheryl Via

HOME DEPOT #4601

HOME DEPOT #4639

12275 Price Club Plaza Fairfax, VA 22030 Phone: (703) 266-9800 Sarah Smith, Priyali A. Sengupta

3201 Old Lee Highway Fairfax, VA 22030 Phone: (703) 591-6808 Dat Do, Kimberly Hopkins

2703 Pulaski Highway Edgewood, MD 21040 Phone: (410) 612-8114 Rob Miller, Margaret A. Szalecki, CKD, CBD

HOME DEPOT #4602

HOME DEPOT #4640

46261 Cranston Street Sterling, VA 20165-7226 Phone: (703) 444-2900 Glenn Simms, Jayson Payne

HOME DEPOT #2577

6555 Little River Turnpike Alexandria, VA 22312-1421 Phone: (703) 333-6406 Yasar Aleem, CKD; Hong Harrington, AKBD

HOME DEPOT #4603

HOME DEPOT #2558

14000 Georgia Avenue Aspen Hill, MD 20906 Phone: (301) 871-0603 Steve Forsyth, Phillip Heisserman, AKBD HOME DEPOT #2559

5517 Urbana Pike Frederick, MD 21704 Phone: (301) 620-0571 Kathy Smith, Michael Howard Jr. HOME DEPOT #2560

21010 Frederick Road Germantown, MD 20876 Phone: (301) 515-7944 Mike Cooper, Marcia Bass HOME DEPOT #2561

115 East North Pointe Drive Salisbury, MD 21804-2283 Phone: (410) 548-9800 Mary Nicolas, Cathy Gill HOME DEPOT #2562

4121 Crain Highway Bowie, MD 20716-3616 Phone: (301) 809-3455 Audrey Taylor, Donald Smith HOME DEPOT #2563

2395 Crain Highway Waldorf, MD 20601 Phone: (301) 638-7222 Paulette Whitehead HOME DEPOT #2564

3301 East West Highway Hyattsville, MD 20782 Phone: (301) 891-1106 Raymond Franklin-Vaughn

HOME DEPOT #2575

9051 Snowden River Parkway Columbia River, MD 21046-1657 Phone: (410) 872-0688 John Paterniti, Ray Lins HOME DEPOT #2576

2501 Cleanleigh Drive Parkville, MD 21234 Phone: (410) 661-8555 Anna Lungford HOME DEPOT #2578

11408 Ocean Gateway Berlin, MD 21811 Phone: (410) 629-1465 Steve Travers, Donna Kulyk HOME DEPOT #2579

3750 Commerce Drive Halethorpe, MD 21227 Phone: (410) 247-8044 Andy Woodworth, Julie Hucik HOME DEPOT #2580

835 Market Street Westminster, MD 21157 Phone: (410) 857-4719 JC Kuykendall HOME DEPOT #2581

1326 Londontown Boulevard Sykesville, MD 21784 Phone: (410) 549-3559 Laura E. Schneider, Monte Marsh HOME DEPOT #2582

66 Mountain Road Glen Burnie, MD 21060 Phone: (443) 572-0077 Laura Gibson, Tim Walder

HOME DEPOT #2565

400 South Pickett Street Alexandria, VA 22304 Phone: (703) 823-1900 Shane Mahathey, George Castleman

HOME DEPOT #4647

HOME DEPOT #4604

HOME DEPOT #4648

14025 Foulger Square Woodbridge, VA 22192-4255 Phone: (703) 670-3699 Tim McElroy, Wilfred Boone

8805 Liberia Avenue East Manassas, VA 20110-5299 Phone: (703) 393-1954 Maria Allsberry, Seth Miller

HOME DEPOT #4605

HOME DEPOT #6945

2815 Merrilee Drive Fairfax, VA 22031 Phone: (703) 205-1245 Benjamin Burrows, Sam Mirza

8729 Liberty Road Randallstown, MD 21133 Phone: (410) 496-7041 Tre Atkinson, Bill Robinson

HOME DEPOT #4607

HOME DEPOT #8550

7486 Stream Walk Lane Manassas, VA 20109-2464 Phone: (703) 368-4900 Cindy Lacombe

1540 Chrysler Drive Upper Marlboro, MD 20772 Phone: (301) 780-6555 Cindy Borge, Brian Williams

HOME DEPOT #4608

HOME DEPOT #8552

6210 Seven Corners Center Falls Church, VA 22044 Phone: (703) 534-9580 Ben Vershai, Eric Nathan, Abigail Camacho

267 Alwington Boulevard Warrenton, VA 20186 Phone: (540) 878-2236 Sandra K. Rodas, CKD; Rick Furr IKEA #152 BALTIMORE

HOME DEPOT #4617

125 Industry Lane Cockeysville, MD 21030 Phone: (410) 667-8200 Chris Gibson, William D. Zimmerman, Leslie Palmisano

HOME DEPOT #2583

901 Rhode Island Avenue NE Washington, DC 20018-1733 Phone: (202) 526-8760 Sabbarir Sultan, Chico Evans

6691 Frontier Drive Springfield, VA 22150-1411 Phone: (703) 924-0193 Jan Ezzedine, Dinali Wijesuriya, Susan Heffern

HOME DEPOT #2566

HOME DEPOT #2584

HOME DEPOT #4618

9200 Baltimore National Pike Ellicott City, MD 21042 Phone: (410) 750-2199 Chris Butterball, Casey McKenzie

6620 Reisterstown Road Baltimore, MD 21215-2305 Phone: (410) 358-4046 Rico DelValle, Melissa Harrington

2320 Legge Boulevard Winchester, VA 22601 Phone: (540) 723-0619 Jill Stimpson, Emma James

HOME DEPOT #2587 HOME DEPOT #2567

17810 Garland Groh Boulevard Hagerstown, MD 21740 Phone: (301) 791-2886 Tony Mazzola, Yolanda Taylor

6415 Petrie Way Road Rosedale, MD 21237-3035 Phone: (410) 238-7892 Brendon Muldoon, Karen Anderson, Cortney Bower

21421 Shellhorn Road Ashburn, VA 20147 Phone: (703) 726-2883 Larry Palatnik, John Dagle

HOME DEPOT #4621

280 Fort Evans Road NE Leesburg, VA 20176-4497 Phone: (703) 737-0255 Sheri Pittard, Bruce Bailey

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8352 Honeygo Boulevard Baltimore, MD 21236 Phone: (410) 931-4444 Store Mgr. IKEA #168 VIRGINIA

2901 Potomac Mills Circle Woodbridge, VA 22192-4625 Phone: (703) 492-1222 Store Mgr. IKEA #411 COLLEGE PARK

10100 Baltimore Avenue College Park, MD 20740 Phone: (301) 441-3704 Store Mgr.


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LOWE’S OF ALEXANDRIA, VA

LOWE’S OF GAINESVILLE, VA

LOWE’S OF NORTH MANASSAS, VA

LOWE’S OF WINCHESTER, VA

6750 Richmond Highway Alexandria, VA 22306 Phone: (703) 765-8011 Mary Holt, Ronald McGill, Sheila Nedic

13000 Gateway Center Drive Gainesville, VA 20155 Phone: (703) 468-6000 Michael Thomson, Shannon Alkire

7500 Broken Branch Lane Manassas, VA 20109 Phone: (703) 361-9101 Noorul Khan, David Hunt, Heather Boyajian

2200 S. Pleasant Valley Road Winchester, VA 22601-7004 Phone: (540) 678-9030 Julie Waddy, Charles Heath, Michael Layden

LOWE’S OF POCOMOKE CITY, MD

LOWE’S OF WOODSTOCK, VA

LOWE’S OF GAITHERSBURG, MD

16301 Heritage Boulevard Bowie, MD 20716 Phone: (301) 805-8000 Melissa Gilliard, Rick Lehnen

40 Market Street Gaithersburg, MD 20878 Phone: (301) 208-0400 Sylvia Hooper, Wilson Faris, Herbert Green

LOWE’S OF CATONSVILLE, MD

LOWE’S OF GLEN BURNIE, MD

5900 Baltimore National Pike Baltimore, MD 21228 Phone: (410) 869-3140 James Smith

6650 Ritchie Highway Rt. 2 Glen Burnie, MD 21061 Phone: (410) 863-4535 Lillian Menefee, George Robertson, Louis Gonzales

LOWE’S OF BOWIE, MD

275 Newtown Boulevard Pocomoke City, MD 21851 Phone: (443) 437-2000 Peter Alexander, Marlin Hollinshead, Donna Westbrook LOWE’S OF S. BEL AIR, MD

LOWE’S OF CHANTILLY, VA

1636 Wrightson Drive McLean, VA 22101 Phone: (703) 376-6300 Heidi Ludkey, Kristen Corbett LOWE’S OF CHARLES COUNTY, MD

2525 Crain Highway Waldorf, MD 20601 Phone: (301) 843-9900 Elliott Ingram, Derrick DeVine, Ashley Goodwin

LOWE’S OF HAGERSTOWN, MD

1500 Wesel Boulevard Hagerstown, MD 21740 Phone: (301) 766-7200 Julian Ayers, Wade Ecker, Teresa Maloney-Smith

6600 Business Parkway Elkridge, MD 21075 Phone: (410) 579-1774 Deborah Williams

LOWE’S OF SALISBURY, MD

REICO KITCHEN & BATH

2606 North Salisbury Boulevard Salisbury, MD 21801 Phone: (410) 546-6300 John Ashlock, Troy Wheatley, Jeff White

4384 Crain Highway White Plains, MD 20695 Phone: (301) 638-0400 Mark Bowling, Trey Lutich REICO KITCHEN & BATH

415 George Clauss Boulevard Severn, MD 21144 Phone: (443) 883-4135 Christine Foley, Donna King, Michael Thomas

300 Rosewick Road La Plata, MD 20646 Phone: (301) 539-7960 Daniel Bonomo, Don Porteous

LOWE’S OF CLINTON, MD

LOWE’S OF ST. MARY’S COUNTY, MD

8755 Branch Avenue Clinton, MD 20735 Phone: (301) 877-7790 Shariffa Cooper, Barbara Faucette, Jerimiah Porter

LOWE’S OF LARGO, MD

10440 Campus Way South Upper Marlboro, MD 20774 Phone: (301) 350-6777 Enam Montgomery, Michael Turek

45075 Worth Avenue California, MD 20619 Phone: (301) 737-0232 Daryl Clippinger, Donald Farstad, Glenn Gray

LOWE’S OF COLUMBIA, MD

LOWE’S OF LAUREL, MD

8281 Gateway Overlook Drive Elkridge, MD 21075 Phone: (443) 896-0970 Brian Echard, Noel Gonzalez

14300 Baltimore Avenue Laurel, MD 20707 Phone: (301) 498-3466 Sari Rin, Carol Rose

LOWE’S OF STERLING, VA

LOWE’S OF DALE CITY, VA

LOWE’S OF N. FREDERICK, MD

LOWE’S OF TIMONIUM, MD

13720 Smoketown Road Woodbridge, VA 22192 Phone: (703) 586-4000 Bryan Byrd, Michael Rehak, Monika Henderson

7850 Wormans Mill Road Frederick, MD 21701 Phone: (240) 215-2800 Erwin Nadler, Brandon Scheaffer, Beth Redpath

19 Texas Station Court Timonium, MD 21093 Phone: (410) 683-8500 Barry Hickel, Suzanne Woodward, Doug Cook

LOWE’S OF EASTON, MD

LOWE’S OF N. WINCHESTER, VA

LOWE’S OF TOWSON, MD

501 Glebe Road Easton, MD 21601 Phone: (410) 690-9061 Jean Cooper, Doug Dean, John Robinson

261 Market Street Winchester, VA 22602 Phone: (540) 409-3232 Larry Herbst, Michael Gadoury

18761 Trident Square Leesburg, VA 20176 Phone: (703) 948-0010 Eric Otabil, Travis Call, John Parker

1400 Taylor Avenue Parkville, MD 21234 Phone: (410) 372-5274 Michelle Earley, Thomas Howell, Ben Wainer

LOWE’S OF NEW CARROLLTON, MD LOWE’S OF FREDERICK, MD

103 East 2nd Avenue Ranson, WV 25438 Phone: (301) 668-3350 Patrick Chick, Rob Snakes, John Heuni LOWE’S OF FRONT ROYAL, VA

80 Riverton Commons Drive Front Royal, VA 22630 Phone: (540) 305-2030 Christina Hudson, Paul Valentine

7710 Riverdale Road New Carrollton, MD 20784 Phone: (301) 918-6406 Sean Perkins, Charles Harrison, Anthony McMichael

REICO KITCHEN & BATH

414 Constant Friendship Boulevard Abingdon, MD 21009 Phone: (443) 456-7080 Michael Colby, Sheila Ogle

LOWE’S OF SEVERN, MD LOWE’S OF LA PLATA, MD

1220 Henry Ford Drive Woodstock, VA 22664 Phone: (540) 459-1040 Edward Dumire, Ranier Vidale

LOWE’S OF WESTMINSTER, MD

5600 Urbana Pike, Suite D Frederick, MD 21704-7308 Phone: (301) 631-0400 Pam Woods REICO KITCHEN & BATH

2717 North Salisbury Boulevard Salisbury, MD 21801 Phone: (410) 219-7200 Brian Espil REICO KITCHEN & BATH

575 Baltimore Pike Bel Air, MD 21014-4319 Phone: (410) 776-2220 Howard Warfield, Melissa Mueller REICO KITCHEN & BATH

150-T Jennifer Road Annapolis, MD 21401 Phone: (410) 972-3862 Katherine Dashiell REICO KITCHEN & BATH

6790 Commercial Drive Springfield, VA 22151 Phone: (703) 245-0414 Thad Whittenburg, Rich Maresco, Marty Kennebeck, Mark Mosher, Jim Grace, Marci Becker, Kris Kadunce REICO KITCHEN & BATH

777 Market Street Westminster, MD 21157 Phone: (410) 857-7445 Claude Bourne, Steve Jordan, Michael Sebian

8123 Wisconsin Avenue Bethesda, MD 20814 Phone: (301) 654-6000 Marc Jean-Michel Jr., Rick Baur, Linda Rose Payne, Lynn Wheeler

LOWE’S OF NORTH EAST, MD

LOWE’S OF WHITE MARSH, MD

REICO KITCHEN & BATH

425 Mauldin Avenue North East, MD 21901 Phone: (410) 996-6370 Joy Truslow, Isabella Prisciandaro, Scott Galliano

5300 Campbell Boulevard Baltimore, MD 21236 Phone: (410) 931-2233 Barbara Lehr, Bienvenido Nieves, Jacqulyn Pitts

7500-B Leesburg Pike Falls Church, VA 22043 Phone: (703) 748-0700 Cathy L. Quering, Gary Harkins, Danielle Joann Melchione, CKD

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Specialties by Category Additions

Electrical

Fine Craft Contractors, Inc..................................301-330-9191 Gilday Construction ............................................301-565-4600 John Hall Construction Co. .................................703-354-3388 Kingston Design Remodeling ..............................703-323-6527 Landis Construction Corporation ........................202-726-3777 Magazi Kitchens and Baths ................................301-913-0286 Merrick Design & Build, Inc. ................................301-946-2356 Michael Nash Design Build & Homes Inc.............703-641-9800 Pagenstecher Group...........................................301-933-9305 TCS Building, Inc. ...............................................703-525-6888

Dominion Electric Supply Company, Inc. .............703-536-4400

Architects

John Hall Construction Co. .................................703-354-3388

Pagenstecher Group...........................................301-933-9305

Appliances

Electrical Supplies Dulles Electric .....................................................703-450-5700

Entertainment Centers & Wall Units Mastercraft Design Inc. .......................................703-335-1499

General Contracting John Hall Construction Co. .................................703-354-3388 Magazi Kitchens and Baths ................................301-913-0286 TCS Building, Inc. ...............................................703-525-6888

Green Building Heating & Air Conditioning (HVAC) Ferguson Enterprises, Inc. ..................................703-375-5858

Appliance Distributors Unlimited..........................410-789-8000 Ferguson Enterprises, Inc. ..................................703-375-5858

Historical Renovation

Basement Remodeling

Installation Services

Gilday Construction ............................................301-565-4600 John Hall Construction Co. .................................703-354-3388 Kingston Design Remodeling ..............................703-323-6527

Kingston Design Remodeling ..............................703-323-6527 Mid South Building Supply, Inc. – VA ..................703-321-4019

Kitchen Remodeling

Building Materials

Bray and Scarff, Inc. ...........................................301-470-3555 Fine Craft Contractors, Inc..................................301-330-9191 Gilday Construction ............................................301-565-4600 John Hall Construction Co. .................................703-354-3388 Kingston Design Remodeling ..............................703-323-6527 Landis Construction Corporation ........................202-726-3777 Magazi Kitchens and Baths ................................301-913-0286 Merrick Design & Build, Inc. ................................301-946-2356 Michael Nash Design Build & Homes Inc.............703-641-9800 TCS Building, Inc. ...............................................703-525-6888

T.W. Perry ...........................................................301-840-9600

Lighting

Cabinets Mastercraft Design Inc. .......................................703-335-1499 Mid South Building Supply, Inc. – VA ..................703-321-4019

Dominion Electric Supply Company, Inc. .............703-536-4400 Dulles Electric .....................................................703-450-5700 Ferguson Enterprises, Inc. ..................................703-375-5858

Cabinets–Kitchen & Bath

Lighting Consultant

Mastercraft Design Inc. .......................................703-335-1499

Dominion Electric Supply Company, Inc. .............703-536-4400

Countertops

Lighting Showroom

Mid South Building Supply, Inc. – VA ..................703-321-4019

Dulles Electric .....................................................703-450-5700

Custom Cabinets

Moulding & Millwork

Mastercraft Design Inc. .......................................703-335-1499

T.W. Perry ...........................................................301-840-9600

Custom Homes

Plumbing

John Hall Construction Co. .................................703-354-3388 Pagenstecher Group...........................................301-933-9305

Ferguson Enterprises, Inc. ..................................703-375-5858

Decks & Porches Kingston Design Remodeling ..............................703-323-6527

Mid South Building Supply, Inc. – VA ..................703-321-4019 T.W. Perry ...........................................................301-840-9600

Decking

Sunrooms

T.W. Perry ...........................................................301-840-9600

Kingston Design Remodeling ..............................703-323-6527

Design/Build

Whole House Renovation

Fine Craft Contractors, Inc..................................301-330-9191 Gilday Construction ............................................301-565-4600 John Hall Construction Co. .................................703-354-3388 Kingston Design Remodeling ..............................703-323-6527 Landis Construction Corporation ........................202-726-3777 Magazi Kitchens and Baths ................................301-913-0286 Merrick Design & Build, Inc. ................................301-946-2356 Michael Nash Design Build & Homes Inc.............703-641-9800 Pagenstecher Group...........................................301-933-9305 TCS Building, Inc. ...............................................703-525-6888

Fine Craft Contractors, Inc..................................301-330-9191 Gilday Construction ............................................301-565-4600 Kingston Design Remodeling ..............................703-323-6527 Landis Construction Corporation ........................202-726-3777 Merrick Design & Build, Inc. ................................301-946-2356 Michael Nash Design Build & Homes Inc.............703-641-9800 Pagenstecher Group...........................................301-933-9305

Bathroom Remodeling Bray and Scarff, Inc. ...........................................301-470-3555 Fine Craft Contractors, Inc..................................301-330-9191 Kingston Design Remodeling ..............................703-323-6527 Landis Construction Corporation ........................202-726-3777 Magazi Kitchens and Baths ................................301-913-0286 Merrick Design & Build, Inc. ................................301-946-2356 Michael Nash Design Build & Homes Inc.............703-641-9800

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Siding

Windows & Doors Mid South Building Supply, Inc. – VA ..................703-321-4019 T.W. Perry ...........................................................301-840-9600

FOR A COMPLETE LIST OF NKBA BALTIMORE/WASHINGTON REMODELERS, SUPPLIERS AND TRADE RELATED SERVICES PLEASE SEE THE ALPHABETICAL LISTING BEGINNING ON PAGE 32


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Remodeling Today Baltimore/Washington Fall/Winter 2012