Incorporated in 1976, The Foley Companies have 38 years of continuous experience in custom home building and remodeling existing homes in Northern Virginia at competitive prices. We have an extensive list of satisfied clients which exemplifies our commitment to quality, excellence and value.

Located in Great Falls, Virginia, The Foley Companies are a family owned and operated team of top quality custom design contractors. Together; Wayne, Lyn, Kyle, Shawn and Ryan Foley have built a reputation for professionalism, honesty, quality, efficiency, and value. By carefully selecting a team of trade professionals, The Foley Companies have all the expertise in-house to assist you with all the phases of your envisioned project. The Foley Companies have real-world-tested expertise and experience in building new homes, additions, remodeling existing homes as well as a division dedicated entirely to Custom Home Theaters and Whole Home Entertainment. The Foley Companies have carefully cultivated their relationship with local and nationwide suppliers to assure that clients receive the best service at the lowest possible prices to insure a smooth process from start to finish. Simply said, for 38 years we have done what we said we would do on time and on budget.

Services Provided
Foley Development provides the following services:
- Custom Home Design and Build services
- Custom Remodeling and Renovations
- Additions
- Custom Home Theaters
- Whole Home Audio Visual Services
- Hardscapes
- Free Estimates and Consultations
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Areas Served
All of Northern Virginia, including:
Great Falls, McLean, Vienna, Sterling, Herdon, Reston, and more!

Certifications and Awards
After 4 decades of quality performance, The Foley Companies have received dozens of awards including several New Home and Renovations 1st place awards NATIONWIDE in their respective categories. A true testament to our obsession with perfection.
Contact: Shawn Foley
Location: 1131 Walker Road
Great Falls, VA 22066
Commented: Need help for my Bathroom Option 2 but you also need to include a shower seat for the ladies to shave their legs on. Use area X for some kind of shelving system or better yet close it off with a bi-folding door and make it into...
November 19, 2014 in Design Dilemma  
Commented: Tub or no tub in the Master Bathroom? I've built a lot of houses and have never done a master bathroom without a tub and a shower. I think that you will kill your resale value if you fail to include one.
October 23, 2014 in Polls  
Commented: to remove load bearing wall b/w kitchen and living room?? Did you insert some kind of flush beam to pick up the load of the bearing wall?? If not then you need to put that wall back in and/or get a structural engineer out to look at the area ASAP.
October 23, 2014 in Design Dilemma  
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