Home Builder's Digest - Top 15


Top 15 Best Kitchen Remodeling Contractors in Seattle

[Awarded in 2018 by Home Builder Digest.]


The kitchen is the focal point and the heart of the home. It is where we gather to share stories and cook together, and where we unwind after a long day. But remodeling a kitchen can be one of the most expensive and stressful home improvements you can make. A beautiful kitchen remodel with all of the modern amenities will not only improve the look and feel of your home, it will also raise the value of your purchase. Most importantly, it will improve your quality of life.  

Our Seattle kitchen remodeling contractors understand how important and unique a kitchen remodel in Seattle can be. The modern Seattle kitchen embraces openness, it does away with closed cramped kitchens and invites communal living and sharing. It also incorporates Seattle’s high-tech climate by incorporating connected appliances like an oven you can preheat using your smartphone on your way home, or a refrigerator you can tell to replenish the icebox.

Whether you’re curious about making small updates or you have a plan in place and the budget to do a complete gut and remodel, these Seattle kitchen contractors are ranked among the best in delivering the perfect kitchen makeovers. From open floor plans and stainless steel smart appliances to the perfectly matched, and sometimes mismatched cabinets, they have the experience and background to help you envision and build the new kitchen of your dreams.

11) Alhadeff Group

Website | 206.450.7433 | 603 NW 127th Street, Seattle, WA 98177

Sam Alhadeff, president of Alhadeff Group, was born and raised in Mercer Island, WA. He wore many different hats while working for some of the top general contracting and construction firms, including Hensel Phelps, before realizing his lifelong dream to start his own company. The Alhadeff Group serves the Seattle area including Mercer Island, Bellevue, and Redmond, in home construction and large-scale remodeling. The company was featured in the Mercer Island Reporter for one of their Mercer Island remodel projects.

The beauty and grace of their Island Point renovation says it all. Clean. Classic. Compressed down to the necessities without overdoing any element of design. They use varying textures — waterfall white kitchen island, glossy grey floor-to-ceiling kitchen cabinets, matching grey tile fireplace, sleek black backsplash — and the amalgamation of these elements makes the space shine. The added warmth is found in one of the most important features of all: the wood floors with prominent grain designs.

Sam Alhadeff