This list ranks the best of the best in West Virginia’s kitchen remodeling construction scene. A number of these firms are young, founded less than a decade ago. Some of the firms on the list are dedicated kitchen and bathroom firms, but there are general construction companies as well.
All of these firms are qualified, but we ranked them based on work quality, portfolio, awards, accreditations, company background, reviews, and prestige. But if you’re a West Virginia homeowner in the market for a kitchen update, you can find a great fit on this list, no matter where they were ranked.
15) SMD Construction
Sunset Beach Rd, Morgantown, WV 26508
SMD Construction is a U.S.-veteran owned business that has been operating for 21 years. Among the company’s list of services are kitchen and bath remodeling, lawn care, snow removal, and deck construction. The firm is based in Morgantown and operates in the Fairmont and Kingwood areas as well.
The work featured shows a modern kitchen project by the firm. Note its cream-colored granite countertops and the playful lighting fixtures that provide a welcoming atmosphere.
14) WS Contracting Labor Workz
Parkersburg, WV 26101
WS Contracting Labor Workz is based in Parkersburg and spearheaded by Norman Baker. The veteran-owned company has operated for more than 35 years. In addition to being a residential contractor, the firm is also a licensed Master Plumber.
This contemporary kitchen has a classic American-style design. Its setup is ideal for a single family or a bachelor pad. An open side counter allows free conversation between people in the kitchen. Simple wooden floors and cabinetry are augmented by mod lighting fixtures.
13) Nelson B. Sherrill
254 Four Seasons Dr, Davis, WV 26260
Nelson B. Sherrill brings almost two decades worth of experience to his firm. He vows to create any client’s dream kitchen and he always delivers on his promise. The firm operates in Canaan Valley, Timberline, Thomas, Davis, and Elkins. Historical restoration projects have always been a part of its portfolio.
Pictured below is a kitchen project done by Sherrill. It uses a sunny color palette in the kitchen, complementing the open feel of its multi-window layout. A small center island, embellished by overhead lighting, anchors the kitchen.
12) Greene’s Contracting, Inc.
5213 Big Tyler Rd Charleston, WV 25313
Greene’s Contracting’s work catalog demonstrates a taste for luxury. This grandiose aesthetic stems from the company’s custom work: it creates its own countertops and hardwood moldings. The firm is Certified Lead Safe by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)
The firm offers 3D kitchen design to show clients the blueprint of the project. This kitchen project exemplifies the majestic signature of the firm. It makes use of a medieval-style chandelier, complete with candle-shaped light fixtures. A black center island and stools subtly underline the royal effect.
11) T.R. Johnson and Son
640 8th Ave, Huntington, WV 25701
Ted Johnson began renovating homes in 1938, starting out with small residential and commercial buildings before eventually expanding into the construction enterprise it is today. One of T.R. Johnson and Son’s specialties is HVAC service. The company, which is Johnson’s namesake, has been going strong for more than 75 years.
The pictured kitchen has a center island with a gorgeous granite counter surface. Crisp, sturdy wooden cabinetry surrounds the middle. The formal color aesthetic sets the mood for elegant dinners.
10) Kitchens By Classic Construction
1403 Eighth Avenue Huntington, WV 25701
Kitchens By Classic has been in the field for 36 years, an impressive span for the remodeling firm. Husband and wife team Gary and Jina Ward serve as the firm’s principals, and they were recently joined by their son Chase. The firm’s core expertise lies in kitchen renovation but also offers various services including home additions, expansions, and remodeling.
The kitchen pictured has an all-white aesthetic. Its rectangular island has a smooth granite surface. Coarse-colored wooden floors work well against the light colored space. The minimalist area design drives home the kitchen’s simple modern beauty.
9) Vintage Building
600 N. Loudoun St., Winchester, VA 22601
David Logan discovered his passion for construction at a young age, a passion he used to create Vintage Building. As the firm’s name implies, it specializes in historic restoration and preservation. The company has its own workshop and provides custom furniture, windows, and shutters.
New construction is also on the company’s list of services, its kitchen projects provide great samples of the firm’s fantastic work. This contemporary kitchen displays Vintage Building at its finest, using wood, metal, and glass to create a lovely interior space fit for any home.
8) Kitchens By Woody’s
5841 Davis Creek Rd., Barboursville, WV 25504
Kitchen By Woody’s is an award-winning firm, with a strong portfolio of projects. The firm has a strong focus on kitchen and bath remodeling and operates in Huntington and Barboursville. Woody’s is a member of the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB).
The firm has been featured in Huntington Quarterly’s Top Ten Kitchens in 2017. A cool mesh of regal colors frames the kitchen area. The teal-colored cabinetry plays well against the white ceiling and brown drawers. Quirky patterned furniture around the granite top island makes a guest feel utterly at home.
7) Sun Comfort Inc.
Charleston, WV 25387
Sun Comfort is a residential and commercial general contractor based in Charleston. The firm excels in home remodeling services, including basement remodels, additions, bathrooms, and of course, kitchens. The company is a member of the NAHB and serves Charleston, Hurricane, and Logan as well as adjacent areas.
Pictured is a quaint kitchen project by the firm. The granite island and side counters sport a gray surface with black design. Wooden floors match the center island’s palette and complete the kitchen’s comforting aesthetic.
6) DuPaul Construction
126 E Burke St, Martinsburg, WV 25401
DuPaul Construction is headed by Vincent Ducellier, whose field of expertise lies in custom home building and remodeling. The company is a member of the National Association of the Remodeling Industry (NARI) and the Building Trades Association. One of its finished projects is the renovation of a 125-year-old house and its client has nothing but praise for the firm’s good work.
The Martinsburg-based firm serves Charleston, Shepherdstown, Harpers Ferry, and Kearneysville. This classic kitchen has been spiced up by modern decor. An eye-catching chandelier and a unique backsplash complete the kitchen’s warm country-style atmosphere.
5) FD Kitchen and Bath
1214 Green Bag Road, Morgantown, WV 26508
Operating since 1995, FD Kitchen and Bath is led by Floann and Ken Downey. The couple began constructing local projects for personal use and eventually created their own firm. The family-owned business is based in Morgantown and specializes in custom kitchen and bath renovations. FD Kitchen and Bath is a member of the NAHB.
The firm’s expertise also extends to countertop, cabinetry, and backsplash installation. Positive clientele reviews often refer to the firm’s finished work and the well-disciplined staff. The company’s kitchen projects evoke a stylish contemporary vibe.
4) JC Smith Preferred Construction Experts
210 W Burke St, Martinsburg, WV 25401
JC Smith is a Martinsburg-based contractor. Numerous honors have been awarded to the firm including the Home Builders Association of West Virginia’s (HBAWV) Best in West Virginia Building Award and The Journal Reader’s Choice Excellence 2017. Among its list of memberships are the NAHB and the Eastern Panhandle Home Builders Association (EPHBA).
John and Chrissy Smith serve as co-owners of the firm. The company was established in 2009 and has since completed more than 1,000 residential projects. Its list of services includes new home construction, renovation, and commercial construction.
3) Steorts Homes
206 Chase Dr Hurricane, WV 25526
Steorts Homes makes luxury homes an attainable option for all. The firm has been operating since 1995 and offers residential and commercial construction services. Its principal Jason Steorts has a positive reputation and often receives glowing reviews from his clientele.
The firm is a member of the NAHB. Its list of awards includes the HBAWV’s Best Single Family Class VI Award in 2017, the Best Residential Remodeling Class IV Award in 2017, multiple HBAWV Best Builder of WV awards, and a 2016 reader’s choice for Best Builder in the Valley from the Charleston Gazette-Mail.
2) Rising Sun Construction LLC
6000 Coombs Farm Dr Suite 206A, Morgantown, WV 26508
Energy efficient and innovative, Rising Sun Construction is a Morgantown-based company with an extensive list of awards. The firm offers full-service construction and uses natural elements in its design work such as wood and stone. Chris Bailey leads this team, a remodeler and wood builder with a broad resume including featured projects from West Virginia to Washington D.C.
Rising Sun is a member of the NAHB. It has been deemed a Certified Lead Safe Remodeler, a Deep Energy Retrofit Specialist, and a Certified Structural Insulated Panel Installer (SIPS) by the EPA. Its list of recognitions includes the 2018 Best of West Virginia Building Award for Best Single Family Home Class VI from the HBAWV and two awards in 2018 and one in 2015 from the North Central West Virginia HBA (NCWV HBA).
1) Hardwood Interiors and Design
3277, 3005 Northpointe Plaza, Morgantown, WV 26505
Hardwood Interiors and Design is one of the leading firms in West Virginia when it comes to providing premium wood products. It is a part of a family of firms and co-owned by brothers Jeff and Reg Messenger. The local firm provides in-house woodwork, including custom millwork, rough lumber, flooring, and doors. Its impressive kitchen projects are one of the reasons why Hardwood Interiors was featured in Morgantown Magazine.
The family-owned business is the sister company of Wood Products, Inc. It is also an environmentally-conscious firm, mindful of coming generations, and attempts to minimize the carbon footprint of any project. The company’s list of accreditations includes the NAHB, the National Kitchen and Bath Association (NKBA), NKBA Pittsburgh-Tri-State Chapter, and the Morgantown Chamber of Commerce.