Welcome to Cabin John Builders. We are a small volume custom builder specializing in renovations, addition and new custom home construction projects. From our convenient location in Cabin John, MD we proudly serve the Greater Washington DC Metro area. Please take a look around our internet home and see how enjoyable, open, honest and simple your major home construction project can be.

How We Work
One of our main goals in designing our process was to promote an open, honest, simple and collaborative environment for your custom construction project. Between the complicated nature of home construction and the years of distrust with the construction industry the resulting apprehension often creates an adversarial relationship and less than optimal results. We ask the simple question… Why does it have to be that way? Let’s change it together and make the process a joy for the whole team

Services Provided
Custom Homes
Whole House Renovation/Addition Projects
Interior Renovations
Kitchens & Baths

Areas Served
Metro Washington, DC and Surrounding Areas including but not limited to:
Bethesda, MD
Chevy Chase, MD
Potomac, MD
Kensington, MD
Great Falls, VA
Arlington, VA
McLean, VA
Capitol Hill, DC
Upper NW, DC
Glen Echo, MD
Cabin John, MD
Washington DC Area General Contractor

Contact: Josh Rosenthal
Location: 6410 82nd Place
Cabin John, MD 20818
Typical Job Costs: $250,000 - $3,000,000
While we work on various sizes of custom construction projects typically our renovation and addition projects are in the $250,000 - $1,000,000 range and new custom homes range from $800,000 to $3,000,000
Commented: Foundation & Underpinning This can be done and we have done it numerous times given the small lot sizes in our area which makes the cost make sense. Pricing is very project and region specific, in our market it can easily be $40,000+....
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Commented: Question That room is Ben Moore Tranquil Blue 2051-50
November 17, 2014 in Photo Questions  
Commented: Love the space! I see that the tower is 18 wide....how deep is it? This counter top is about 28 1/2" deep to allow for extra room behind the faucets
October 24, 2014 in Photo Questions  
Cabin John Builders commented on a discussion in Design Dilemma: Foundation & Underpinning
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