McLean, Va. — BOWA Builders (www.bowa.com), a full-service residential construction firm specializing in upscale additions, renovations and custom homes, recently ranked number one on REMODELING magazine’s Remodeling 550 Full-Service Remodelers list with more than $26 million in revenue from 2008 residential remodeling projects. Bucking the economic downturn trend, the company estimates its total revenue will be over $36 million in 2009.
“We at BOWA are honored by this achievement and are most pleased by what it means for our clients,” said BOWA Builders CEO Larry Weinberg. “Recognition such as this, combined with our 20-year track record, means we can provide clients with the depth of resources, buying power and trade partnerships of a very large company, but still offer the positive experience, personal attention and long-term relationships they desire thanks to our small, community-oriented teams.”
In addition to the extensive remodeling and addition services indicated in the Remodeling 550, BOWA Builders also assists clients with custom homes, project planning and feasibility and pre-purchase home consultations. BOWA was also recently recognized by Qualified Remodeler as #20 on their 2009 Top 500 Remodelers List, also based on 2008 revenue.
“We pride ourselves on being an industry leader and the go-to full-service construction firm in the Greater Washington, D.C. area,” said President Josh Baker. “Because of practices like our extended warranty coverage, on-time delivery guarantee and dedicated customer service team, clients return to BOWA time and again because we provide a peace of mind that is unparalleled in the industry. Our clients trust we will deliver a world-class remodeling experience, with extraordinary value and optimal results every time.”
The Remodeling 550 is REMODELING’s first list of home improvement companies since it published the Remodeling 1,000 in the 1990s. Determined by company revenue, the list takes industry diversity into account by grouping the 550 companies into four major categories: full-service, replacement or specialty, insurance restoration, and franchise. Data for the 550 is based on a survey jointly developed by REMODELING, its sister publication REPLACEMENT CONTRACTOR, and Specpan, an Indianapolis-based consultancy and business data collection provider.