Though best known for its 36-hole Golf Club with unmatched views of Pacific Northwest scenery, Newcastle has also become known as one of the best places to live in the US over the last two decades.
If you are building a home in the area, here is a list of the best general contractors in Newcastle who can help you. These firms bring a lot of experience building throughout Greater Seattle and the Eastside.
Bertha Construction LLC
1718 Kirkland Ave. NE, Renton, WA 98056
The small space of this kitchen was maximized by building a lot of storage into its L-shape. Classic white wainscoted cabinets were mounted above and below the brown granite countertops. Matching brown glass tile backsplash spans the length of the prep spaces. Stainless steel appliances fit in well with the motif, as does the brown marble tile flooring. A window illuminates the undermount sink, augmented by recessed lights throughout the rest of the space.
This kitchen was remodeled by Bertha Construction, which has been serving King County since 2020. Clients appreciate the excellent customer service and attention to detail Principal Margarito Vargas and his team bring to their projects. The firm does all kinds of residential construction work—everything from drywall repair and roofing installation to interior and exterior painting and home additions.
JBN Remodeling LLC
14205 SE 36th St. Ste. 100, Bellevue, WA 98006
Well-known Greater Seattle Area-based electrician Johnson Narsona launched multi-operational JBN Remodeling in 2020. Narsona oversees the firm’s electrical department; lead project manager Jose Gomez manages the general contracting side. They work together to take on all sorts of residential remodeling projects. Their well-accomplished team applies both the art and science of home renovation to blending design and functionality in the spaces they work on.
JBN remodeled this kitchen in a clean white theme from cabinetry to countertops atop a light wood floor. Its U shape has a wooden island at its center, with some space to dine on bar stools. Stainless steel fixtures go well with the motif, with the fridge, range, and undermount sink spaced apart individually on each side, leaving a lot of prep space around them. Recessed lights brighten up the space along with wood-framed hanging lights above the center island. The room also gets a lot of natural light through French doors to the outdoor areas, as well as a picture window behind the sink.
CBP Contractor LLC
9201 117th Ave. SE Newcastle, WA 98056
Chiragkumar Prajapati leads CBP Contractor creating healthy and happy spaces for families, communities, and individuals in the Greater Seattle Area. He established the firm in 2018, anchored on the mission of providing great service and quality work at affordable prices. The family-owned company provides renovation, framing, flooring, concrete, decking, tiling, and roofing services for both residential and commercial projects, as well as apartment complex remodels.
CBP Contractor remodeled this bathroom in hues of gray and white. The large rain shower head hangs above the white tub, with a second handheld shower mounted on the wall. Dark gray textured tiles line the area, with an inset shower shelf beneath the white-framed windows. Light gray flooring and cabinets beneath the white vanity top complete the bathroom’s motif.
HM Custom LLP
901 147th Pl. NE, Bellevue, WA 98007
Bellevue natives and childhood friends Greg Mathison and Cory Horton have been building and remodeling homes since high school. They started HM Custom in 2016 after leading projects with other construction firms after college. They continue to keep abreast of the latest building technologies and innovations through continued education and active involvement in the National Association of Home Builders, its local chapter, the Master Builders Association of King and Snohomish Counties (MBAKS), and the Building Industry Association of Washington.
HM remodeled the kitchen and bathrooms of this home on West Lake Sammamish. Large recessed skylights illuminate the long U-shaped kitchen. Granite countertops line the prep spaces atop the white cabinets. Gray tile backsplash complements the stainless steel fixtures. A broad window casts even more light onto the undermount sink. The master bath is also lit by a skylight, along with a warm mirror and recessed lights. Black fixtures contrast the light gray and white marble walls. A granite counter lines the double vanity, with white cabinetry beneath it. A tall window sits at the foot of the recessed tub fronting the glass-encased double shower. The secondary bathrooms feature brown countertops and beige motifs.
DR Construction remodeled this master bed and bath in a cool gray to match the Newcastle home’s exterior. The large bedroom offers a lot of space to move around and also fits small sitting areas. The bathroom features an undermount sink double vanity with white quartz countertops and wooden cabinets below it. The white freestanding tub sits side-by-side the glass-encased rain shower. Gray tiles line the walls of this area as well as the flooring of the shower. The walk-in closet was also maximized with custom shelves, drawers, and hanging storage.
Duncan Redman fell in love with building at the age of 16 when he took his first construction class in high school. He started his first construction job right after graduating and went on to establish DR Construction in 2006. Redman now leads a lean team of builders who bring a combined total of 75 years in the industry to building projects throughout the Greater Eastside. The firm focuses on one project at a time to ensure the highest quality and attention to detail.
7715 113th Ave. SE Newcastle, WA 98056
This master bath features a good sample of the cabinetry and countertops Pete’s Construction carries. The double vanity is lined by brown and black granite that goes well with the brown backsplash behind it. Below you find white wood cabinets with silver knobs. The gold faucets and mirrors also go well with the light brown tiles that line the floor and the glass-enclosed overhead rain shower. The firm completed the classic look with a traditional white freestanding tub. The broad tempered glass window behind it brings in some natural light, illuminating the room alongside the mirror lamps and recessed lights.
Director Talat “Pete” Botros leads the Pete’s Construction team that has been beautifying homes for over three decades. Aside from bathroom remodels, the firm also provides kitchen remodels, room and second story additions, and new construction throughout the Greater Eastside.
Remodeling Experts LLC
6947 Coal Creek Pkwy. SE Newcastle, WA 98059
This great room flows from space to space and makes an unapologetic use of color, unlike most modern minimalist designs. Lavender curtains go well with the light gray walls, with matching touches of the color in the ceiling of the dining area. White pillars set off the space right beneath the interior balcony overlooking glass doors to the deck. Next to the doors, the marble fireplace wall marks the living room space, with the flat screen mounted on it as well. A leather couch looks onto a view of the neighborhood through a broad window by two more yellow leather seats. The flooring changes from deep brown wood to white marble around the waterfall-edge kitchen island. Gray tile backsplash appears around the prep spaces, the range, and its hood. The stainless steel sink is mounted into the center island, with space to dine on bar stools on the opposite end.
This remodel was provided by Newcastle-based Remodeling Experts. Ruslan Palanchuk has brought a wealth of experience in kitchen and bathroom remodeling to building with the firm throughout King County since he established it in 2001.
Armada Design & Build
12727 Northup Way #6, Bellevue, WA 98005
Deep shades of blue create a striking contrast against the white walls of this home on Seward Park, matching the views of Lake Washington through its windows. Royal blue couches offer a lot of space to relax around the brick-walled living room fireplace. Beside it, the eight-seater dining space looks out onto the lush surroundings through glass doors and windows. Behind it, the kitchen completes the open layout with white cabinets and marble countertops. The bright blue ovens stand out beneath the massive island, along with the metallic blue tiles around the window behind the farmhouse sink. The color makes its way to the master bathroom as well, in a more muted navy hue on the cabinets around the long double vanity. White brick tiles and glass doors enclose the freestanding tub-shower area with gold fixtures and hex tile floors.
The home was remodeled by Armada Design & Build, a firm established by Alexander Shikhanov in 2011. Shikhanov brings over a decade of experience in the industry and is experienced in tile and countertop installations, managing apartment complex remodels, and condominium conversion projects. Today, the firm builds throughout the Greater Seattle region and has received multiple MBAKS REX Awards.