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Gilday Renovations

Kevin Gilday & Tom Gilday

9162 Brookville Road

Silver Spring



What makes a company able to sustain vitality and relevance over time? With Gilday Renovations, it is the company’s ability to adapt to a changing market and yet stay true its original vision.

Cousins Kevin Gilday and Tom Gilday founded their company in 1979. They expanded their expertise in design and construction while focusing on high-quality customer service. This combination is at the core of the company’s staying power. “We’ve never stopped delivering excellent design and craftsmanship while pursuing a high level of customer satisfaction,” says Tom. “Referrals and repeat clients have become a large part of our business.”

Early on, the Gildays hired their own architectural and interior designers because having design and construction professionals working on the same team offers a more stable platform to explore creative design solutions while delivering a seamless, worry-free customer experience. Today, this process is commonly known as “design-build.”

As they took on more craftsmen and designers to produce larger and more advanced projects, they organized the company at all levels around an integrated design and project management system to ensure accuracy and consistent communication throughout all phases of the renovation process. “The result is creative design concepts that are buildable, on budget and often exceed our clients’ expectations,” says Kevin.

Gilday Renovations is well known for their hands-on approach. When you work with them, either Kevin or Tom will be guiding your home renovation project from concept to a delightful conclusion.

The award-winning home remodeling and design-build company serves Northwest Washington and Cleveland Park in D.C.; Bethesda, Chevy Chase, Kensington, Potomac and Rockville in Maryland; and Arlington, Alexandria and McLean in Virginia.

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