Last updated on May 22nd, 2024 at 12:59 am

Seattle is Washington’s biggest metropolis, hosting some of Washington’s largest tech industries and most well-known structures. Seattle offers numerous beautiful places that are ideal for homeowners, including many apartments and condos. Homeowners often find the need to renovate or tailor these spaces according to their lifestyle and specific needs. With construction projects in Seattle on the rise, finding the perfect contractor for your apartment or condo project might be a little overwhelming. 

Before making a decision, take a look at our list of the top five apartment and condo interior contractors in the city. Each of these builders was ranked based on a number of criteria, including work history, style diversity, ability to work in settled spaces, and recognition from prestigious industry associations. Whether your space needs a new look or a major upgrade, there is a contractor on this list to help you.

If you are thinking about remodeling your apartment or condo, 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.

Superior Interiors 

12058 Evanston Ave. N., Seattle, WA 98133

Superior Interiors is a home remodeling firm specializing in interior, exterior, and structural improvements of apartments, condos, and homes. Superior has been doing home improvements since 1970, which has helped earn the trust of past clients who continue to support the firm. It offers clients a chance to reinvent their spaces and make them functional and aesthetically pleasing. 

The firm has its own skilled designers and craftspeople who help clients visualize their desired dream home and carefully plan this out into construction. Having the in-house team allows Superior Interiors to seamlessly work on a project. Expertly crafting spaces, the firm uses reputable brands like Mar-Vel™ marble, Cambria, Formica™, and Caesarstone™ quartz.

Pacific West Construction & Maintenance 

2220 N. Pacific St., Seattle, WA 98103

Preserving the beauty of homes and enhancing lifestyles have always been Pacific West Construction & Maintenance’s objectives since it was founded. Because of the firm’s excellent service, it regularly garners positive feedback from both clients and architects. The firm specializes in condo and home remodels as well as seismic retrofits.

Pacific West Construction had the opportunity to work on a remarkable Kirkland waterfront condo project. Before hiring Pacific West Construction, the owner consulted several contractors who estimated twelve months for the whole condo remodel. Pacific West Construction ingeniously addressed each challenge of the job, and completed the project in three months, on budget.

Neil Kelly 

5959 Corson Ave. Suite B, Seattle, WA 98108

Neil Kelly is a Northwest-based design/build remodeling company that has been transforming houses into homes since 1947. The firm’s 70-year-old process of home remodeling is still in use today. Its well-qualified staff conducts a process of discussing clients’ ideas and visions before starting the design and construction stages. This ensures that projects remain faithful to what the clients initially want.

Under Tom Kelly’s leadership, Neil Kelly experienced tremendous growth as it expanded its reach to five locations in the Northwest. Kelly’s work ethics partnered with his concern about the environment keeps the whole team grounded and pushing towards a greener community. Proof of this is its Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED)-certified homes. In the featured work, the condo interior takes inspiration from an abstract/geometric design. Projects like this have earned Neil Kelly recognition from the National Association of the Remodeling Industry (NARI) and other prestigious associations.

Hammer and Hand 

1501 E. Madison St. Suite #250, Seattle, WA 98122

Hammer and Hand started as a remodeler of historic homes in Portland. Soon, the company grew and expanded its service to Seattle, where it has now built a good reputation for building and remodeling residential spaces.

Hammer and Hand’s involvement in the construction scene includes affiliations with industry organizations like the American Institute of Architects (AIA), the Master Builders Association (MBA), NARI, the Association of General Contractors (AGC), and the U.S. Green Building Council. Publications like Seattle Magazine, Curbed, GreenBuilder Media, Gray Magazine, Proud Green Home, and Seattle Met have featured and acclaimed the firm’s excellent touch to each of its remodeled and constructed spaces.

The firm creatively collaborates with the best designers and architects in the city to come up with fantastic projects dedicated to each of its client’s preferences and budgets. Featured is one of its loft remodels, displaying a modern and timeless design. Hammer and Hand gave this condo the “Parisian Modern” name inspired by its European interior. Red walls and cherry casework were replaced with white and neutral shades to brighten the space and make it appear more elegant.

Dyna Contracting

1537 NW Ballard Way, Seattle, WA 98107

Seattle-based builder Dyna Contracting has been transforming the Puget Sound neighborhood with intricate remodels and construction work since 1999. Founder Ren Chandler has been actively involved in making all of its projects a success. Chandler’s unique taste in design has helped him excel in both the design and building side of his company. 

Dyna Contracting guarantees clients a worry-free experience with its design/build and remodeling services. The builder has won numerous REX Awards honoring its excellence in the remodeling industry of commercial and industrial markets. The firm has been featured in publications such as Northwest Magazine, Seattle Magazine, Seattle Times, and Dwell Magazine.

One of the firm’s notable remodeling projects is the Pioneer Square 1980s condo overlooking the Century Link Field and the city. The owners of this condo collaborated with Dyna to remodel the whole unit. Dyna took a chance at making it a fun, modern, and family-friendly space. An interesting part of this condo is the glassed-in central staircase, which won a Remodeling Excellence Award.

How can I find a contractor near me?

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About Our Rankings

This list takes a range of ranking criteria into consideration, including but not limited to: work history, customer satisfaction, awards and recognition, geographic area of work, cost, building permits, and clientele. We spent over 40 hours researching local contractors before calculating the final ranking for this post. If there is additional information about your business that could affect these rankings, please fill out this form and we will take it into consideration.

Get Bids For Your Build

If you are thinking about remodeling your apartment or condo, 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.


  • Brooke Adams

    Brooke is a Deputy Editor at General Contractors with around five years of professional experience as a writer and editor in the construction and home improvement space. Her expertise covers a wide range of topics including addition construction, home remodeling, and landscape design. Brooke has a Bachelor's degree in Civil Engineering, and she also brings extensive experience as a project manager for a top construction firm, overseeing multi-million dollar projects. Additionally, she is certified in LEED and OSHA safety standards. Expertise: Addition Construction, Home Remodeling, Landscape Design Key Highlights: Over 5 years of experience writing and editing in the construction space, Deputy Editor at General Contractors Education: Syracuse University, Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering, Certificates in Public Relations and Social Media