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The Best Bathroom Remodeling Contractors in Philadelphia

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Remodeling a bathroom in greater Philadelphia can be a tricky project. With so many older homes in the area, it takes highly experienced, educated, and talented designers and craftsmen to do it right. The Philadelphia-Camden-Wilmington metropolitan area is the seventh largest in the nation, and it includes some the country’s wealthiest suburbs and neighborhoods. For this reason, there’s certainly no shortage of qualified bathroom remodeling contractors to choose from.

But how do you find your ideal remodeler among all the companies in the region? You need a partner who will stay by your side throughout the project, and who will offer advice while ultimately creating your ideal bathroom. This list of the 15 best bathroom remodel contractors in Philadelphia is a perfect place to start your search. The general contractors listed here have been working locally for many years, and they have the top certifications, awards, and amazing portfolios to show for it.

If you are thinking about remodeling your bathroom, we recommend checking each builder’s license with the local licensing board, speaking to past clients, and using our bidding system to get competitive quotes from at least 3 contractors. Getting multiple bids is the best way to ensure you get a fair price and that bids include the complete scope of work.

15) Brian Walters, Factotum Inc.

121 Gable Road, Paoli, PA 19301

Brian Walters has been remodeling bathrooms in the greater Philadelphia area for more than 15 years. Walters is a National Association of the Remodeling Industry (NARI) Certified Remodeler. He also has earned certifications from NARI as a Kitchen and Bath Remodeler, a Green Professional, and a Universal Design Professional.

Walters creates bathroom, kitchen, and whole-house remodels along the Main Line and in Chester, Delaware, and Montgomery counties. He is a member of NARI’s DelChester Chapter and has won many awards for his work from the organization. In 2016, the Factotum team was recognized for its superior bathroom remodeling skills with two DelChester NARI Awards, including one for Residential Bath over $100k and one for Residential Bath $50,000 to $75,000.

The company’s wide-ranging portfolio of completed projects includes some amazing bathroom remodeling ideas. One particularly inviting bathroom features an eye-catching, glass-walled shower with a rain-shower spout; wood floors; and a rectangular stand-alone tub situated right below a skylight and next to a window. The project also features a hanging vanity that matches the tub in color and shape, creating a wonderfully modern and sophisticated space with a real spa-like atmosphere.

14) Rudloff Custom Builders

1450 E. Boot Road, 600C, West Chester, PA 19380

Owned and managed by brothers Edward and Stephen Rudloff, Rudloff Custom Builders has built extraordinary bathrooms throughout greater Philly over the last 20 years. The brothers learned the trade while working for their builder father, and they have since developed a leading design-build firm serving the Main Line suburbs and other areas. In addition to amazing bathroom and kitchen remodels, the company produces built-in cabinets and architectural millwork. The Rudloff team has experience with historic renovations and can handle just about any project, no matter the size or budget.

A NARI Certified Remodeler, Rudloff Custom Builders’ work has been featured in Main Line Today, and it was included in Philadelphia Magazine’s annual Best of Philly feature for its superior designs and customer service. The company’s portfolio includes many of today’s most popular, sumptuous, and sought-after bathroom features, including gorgeous custom wood cabinets; bidets; subway tile; granite countertops; porcelain, concrete, marble, and tile floors; frameless glass-door showers, and freestanding tubs.

13) Cyndi and Company

1878 Sugar Bottom Road, Furlong, PA 18925

Cyndi and Company is a design-build firm located in Furlong, with a talent for creating elegant and useful spaces with a emphasis on great design. The company is owned and managed by Cyndi Haaz, a certified interior designer who is also a licensed contractor. A member of the American Society of Interior Designers (ASID), Haaz is a past president of the organization’s Pennsylvania East Chapter. Haaz works with an experienced, professional team of contractors, and she manages every remodel job from design to installation.

A bathroom renovation project that Cyndi and Company finished in Buckingham includes a wonderful, intricate floor-tile pattern, a gorgeous dark-wood vanity and matching mirror with a stone surface, and a huge tile shower with a glass doors and a built-in bench. Another impressive Buckingham bathroom project includes a similarly inviting shower featuring first-rate tile work, with small stone-tiles covering the floor and part of the wall, a built-in seat and shelf, and glass walls on two sides.

12) Luxury Bath & Kitchens

469 Easton Road, Horsham, PA 19044

Led by President and Designer Nick Kornea and Vice President Illia Kornea, Luxury Bath & Kitchens is a family-owned home improvement contractor based in Horsham, where the company has a showroom stocked with all the latest bathroom products and top brands. Members of NARI and the National Kitchen and Bath Association (NKBA), Luxury Bath & Kitchens has an experienced staff of five expert carpenters, as well as kitchen and bath designers, interior designers, and remodeling consultants.

Luxury Bath & Kitchens can do a lot with a relatively small space. For example, in a master bath remodel in Philadelphia, the company built an amazing glass-and-tile shower and installed a very cool, old-fashioned stand-alone soaker tub right next to it, while still managing to make the tight space functional and comfortable. In another small master bath remodel, this one Horsham, the company built an inviting tile shower with a built-in bench and glass door in an otherwise cramped space, and they added warm wood elements on the ceiling and around the entryway.

11) Creative Nook

95 E Lancaster Avenue, Paoli, PA 19301

Founded by Alex Hall in 1979, Creative Nook creates beautifully remodeled new bathrooms all over the greater Philadelphia area, including the Main Line and  Montgomery, Delaware, and Chester counties. A design-build firm located in Paoli, Creative Nook does bath, kitchen, and whole-house remodels throughout the region. Hall is a NARI Certified Kitchen Designer and  Aging-in-Place Specialist, and he is a member of the NKBA. The company’s work has been featured in Appliance Retailer Design Quarterly, Pro Builder, Kitchen and Bath Design News, Signature Kitchens and Baths, and other publications.

As specialists in aging-in-place and universal design, the Creative Nook team can help you keep your aging loved ones at home by designing a safe and barrier-free bathroom that is both beautiful and functional. The company also knows how to create spectacular high-end bathrooms with custom cabinets, glass-walled walk-in showers, retro stand-alone tubs, tile and wood flooring, and eye-popping custom vanities. The team also has a talent for choosing just the right hanging lamps and other lighting features to inspire a relaxing, rejuvenating mood.

10) Gavin Design-Build

3230 Blackberry Lane, Malvern, PA 19063

Founded in 1980 by John Gavin, Gavin Design-Build is an award-winning, highly experienced remodeling company located in the greater Philly area. Gavin, who upgraded the company to design-build in 1997, is a NARI Certified Remodeler and a CKBR Certified Kitchen and Bath Remodeler. He is past treasurer and president of NARI’s DelChester affiliate and has won many local and regional awards for his remodeling projects.

The company’s portfolio of completed bathroom remodel projects includes some outstanding examples of upscale design and craftsmanship. One particularly gorgeous project features a sleek, contemporary look with blonde-wood cabinets with stainless-steel handles. It also has a white stone vanity top with an elegant modern-style faucet, white-and-gray subway tiles covering the walls, a glass-and-tile shower with a built-in bench, and beautiful light-wood floors.

Another wonderful project has dark-wood floors leading up to a deep and inviting stand-alone tub next to a window, with charming lantern-style lamps on either side. And in one of their most dramatic remodel projects, the team created a huge, one-of-a-kind octagonal shower with four different showerheads and built-in shelves and benches.

9) Custom Craft Contractors

2224 Bustard Road, Lansdale, PA 19446

Custom Craft Contractors is a full-service home improvement company with an eye for great bathroom design and a staff of experienced, talented designers and craftsmen. Founded by President George Foering in 1982, the company has won many awards for its remodeling projects, including local and regional NARI Contractor of the Year awards for a wheelchair-accessible design they completed for a client with Lou Gehrig’s Disease. George Foering’s son, Mike Foering, is the firm’s vice president. He is a NARI Certified Remodeler and Aging-in-Place Specialist, and he has bachelor’s degree in engineering from Penn State University.

Along with designing and building first-rate new bathrooms all over greater Philadelphia, the company builds additions, renovates kitchens and basements, and offers interior design services. Custom Craft has completed some spectacular bathroom remodels over the years, the best of which feature high-end elements such as radiant floor heating, rain-style showers, Jacuzzi bathtubs,  furniture-style vanities, and his-and-her matching sinks. The company has also built no-threshold bathrooms for clients with disabilities.

8) Munz Construction

201 Buck Road, Holland, PA 18966

Chris Munz founded Munz Construction in 1985 and has built the firm up to a staff of 25 experienced craftsman. The team earned a spot on Qualified Remodeler Magazine’s prestigious list of the Top 500 remodeling contractors in the country. The company has also appeared on Remodeling Magazine’s list of the 550 most successful remodelers in the country. The company works throughout Bucks County, including in Newtown, Churchville, and New Hope, and it has been named to the Bucks County Courier’s Best of Bucks list.

Striving to keep bathroom remodeling costs within their clients’ budgets, the company has an A+ rating from the Better Business Bureau and is a member of NARI. Munz Construction’s design showroom in Holland features a wide selection of product samples, including flooring, cabinets, plumbing fixtures, and countertops. It has bathroom designers on staff who can show you exactly what your project will like using a 3D computer model.

The company’s diverse portfolio features all kinds of excellent bathroom remodeling ideas. One of their best is a light brown-colored, bright and elegant master bathroom with a wonderful clawfoot tub situated in a sunny corner next to two windows. The bathroom has dual sinks in a brownish-white stone vanity top, and a dedicated makeup desk with a large mirror.

7) Sullivan Building & Design Group

2320 Trumbauersville Road, Quakertown, PA 18951

Led by father-and-son team Neil and Bradley Sullivan, Sullivan Building & Design Group received a 2017 Qualified Remodeler Master Design Silver Award for Bathroom Less Than $50,000, and it has also won the Professional Remodeler Design Platinum Award. Members of NARI and the NKBA, the company’s work has been featured in Bucks County Home & Garden, Philadelphia Magazine, Professional Builder, Elite Decor, and other publications.

The company also operates a custom millwork division called Cider Press Woodworks, where it creates custom furniture, cabinets and built-ins, and architectural millwork. Sullivan Building & Design also provides architectural design, material selection, and interior finishing. The company has experience in historic renovation and custom woodwork, and they attempt to use locally sustainable hardwoods and other environmentally friendly materials in their bathroom projects.

Sullivan Building & Design Group received its 2017 Master Design Award for a “masculine” bathroom remodel that was part of a larger renovation of an old stone farmhouse in Spinnerstown. The project features a black steel-framed glass shower front with a white subway tile wall, a custom walnut vanity with interesting wall-mounted faucets.

6) Harth Builders

1021 N. Bethlehem Pike, Spring House, PA 19477

Harth Builders has been named one Remodeling Magazine’s Big 50 national remodeling companies, and it has made the magazine’s list of the Top 550 remodelers in the country every year since 2009. The company specializes in energy-efficient renovation and aging-in-place projects, among other things. It was named one of the fastest growing companies in Philadelphia by Philadelphia Business Journal, and it received House & Home Magazine’s 2015 Best Home Improvement Companies Award for Best New Home Builder and Best Independent Living Contractor.

The company was founded in 1996 by Allyn Harth, a construction industry veteran with more than 45 years of experience. Now that Allyn Harth is semi-retired, the company is run by his son, Greg Harth. He has bachelor’s degree in engineering and is a NARI Certified Remodeler, Kitchen and Bath Remodeler, and Aging-in-Place Specialist. The company has a large in-house staff of professional remodeling experts, and they work on residential renovation projects throughout Bucks and Montgomery counties. The company’s portfolio of bathroom renovations includes the wonderful “North Wales Master Bath,” which features matching white vanities and cabinets along facing walls decorated with small blue tiles, and a large, doorless walk-in shower.

5) Bellweather Construction

4613 Woodland Avenue, Philadelphia, PA 19143

Bellweather Construction Founder and General Manager Will Giesey is an award-winning remodeler who studied art, design, and architecture at Lawrence College and has an MBA from Temple University. He founded Bellweather in 2002. He creates beautiful bathrooms and other remodel projects in the Main Line suburbs and in the city’s upscale urban neighborhoods such as Rittenhouse Square, Center City, and Mt. Airy, and Graduate Hospital.

The company works on projects throughout the region with a $50,000 minimum budget. A NARI Certified Kitchen and Bath Remodeler and Certified Remodeling Project Manager, Giesey has received Professional Remodeler Magazine’s 40 Under 40 Award, a NARI Contractor of the Year Award, and the University City Historic Preservation Award.

For a recent remodel project in a ranch-style home in Wynnewood, the company created a charming and welcoming new bathroom featuring natural wood cabinets, light-brown ceramic-tile floors, and a stone tub surrounded by creamy-brown tile punctuated with small, deep-red tile squares. Bellweather also built a basement spa for a client, featuring an endless pool, a full bathroom, and design worthy of a high-end resort.

4) Gardner/Fox

919 Glenbrook Avenue, Bryn Mawr, PA 19010

Architect Mark Fox runs Gardener/Fox’s residential section, which offers architecture, interior design, and construction services throughout Philadelphia and the Main Line. Located in Bryn Mawr, the company has won awards from The Preservation Alliance of Greater Philadelphia. It has also been featured high on Remodeling Magazine list of the Top 550 remodeling companies in the country and has appeared on Qualified Remodeler list of the Top 500 remodelers in the nation for more than 20 years.

Gardner/Fox, which also works on major commercial projects, has a staff of nearly 50 architects, carpenters, interior designers, and project managers. Fox has a bachelor’s degree in architecture from the University of Kentucky. He co-founded the company in 1987 with Brook Garner, who heads the commercial division and has bachelor’s degree in civil engineering from Virginia Tech.

One of the company’s many gorgeous bathroom remodel projects is a “Zen Master Bath” in Wallingford. The soothing and inviting space includes tile that looks like dark slate; real pebbles in the large, two-spout shower; medium-tone wood cabinets with gray-white stone tops; and a design that lets in plenty of natural light.

3) dRemodeling

4229 Ridge Avenue, Philadelphia, PA 19129

dRemodeling was founded by by former civil engineer Dan Dragomir, who hails from Romania and claims that Dracula is one of his ancestors. Dragomir has made  name for himself and his company over the last 15 years as a high-end, high-quality remodeler serving serving the Main Line, and Montgomery, Bucks, Delaware, and Philadelphia counties. Dragomir has a master’s degree from the Technical University of Civil Engineering in Bucharest, Romania, an MBA from Villanova University, and a Construction Management Certification from the New Jersey Institute of Technology.

dRemodeling offers a five-year workmanship warranty on all of its projects, and it employs experienced in-house plumbers, carpenters, interior designers, and consulting architects. The bathroom remodel contractor has a Kitchen and Bath Design Showroom in Philadelphia with designers, and a vast selection of bathroom materials and products to choose from. A winner of the a 2017 local NARI Contractor of the Year Award, the company has been listed on Remodeling Magazine’s list of the Big 50 remodelers in the country.

2) Myers Constructs

1400 N American St Philadelphia, PA 19122

Myers Constructs is a top Philadelphia-area bathroom remodel contractor with national reputation. Sales and Design Manager Tamara Myers is a Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Accredited Professional with a Master of Fine Arts from the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts and Temple University. Myers served as a construction expert on 50 episodes of the Discovery Channel program Gimme Shelter.

A member of NARI and the NKBA, the award-winning firm is dedicated to using sustainable products and green construction techniques. The company’s work has appeared in Philadelphia Magazine’s Best of Philly feature, as well as in the Philadelphia Inquirer, Philadelphia Row Home Magazine, and Remodeling Magazine. The company recently received a 2018 NARI Regional Contractor of the Year Award for Entire House Renovations $250k to $500K , 2017 NARI Regional Contractor of the Year Award for Restoration Under $250k, and a 2016 NARI Regional Contractor of the Year Award for Basement $50,000 to $100k. 

Myers Constructs knows how to create a new high-end, luxury master bathroom in older homes that don’t have a lot of extra space for new features. For example, in project in Philadelphia’s Chestnut Hill neighborhood, the company included a air-jet bathtub with a retro clawfoot style, a shower with a frameless glass door, a bidet, a heated towel rack, built-in shelving, and new tile and lighting.

1) Pine Street Carpenters Inc.

901 S. Bolmar Street, Suite N, West Chester, PA 19282

Operating out of the Kitchen Studio at Pine Street, a design showroom in West Chester, Pine Street Carpenters works on bath and kitchen remodels, additions, and whole-home renovations throughout Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and Delaware. Pine Street Carpenters has been remodeling bathrooms in West Chester and the surrounding areas since 1993.

In 2017, Pine Street Carpenters was named #28 of the Big 50 remodeling companies in the nation by Remodeling Magazine. Pine Street has also won awards from the DelChester Chapter of NARI. The company is a member of NKBA and the Better Business Bureau and uses salvaged and recycled building materials in its amazing remodel projects whenever it can.

Pine Street’s bathroom portfolio features many stunning projects that will certainly inspire you to completely renovate your master bathroom or powder room. Perhaps their best work is featured in a one-of-a-kind master bath remodel in Lewes, Delaware. The gorgeous bathroom features a rounded tub decorated with small shiny square tiles; a pebbled wall that backs up the tub and the walk-in, doorless shower; and wonderful wood floors and matching wood paneling.

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