Find top-rated Service Providers

Find Top-Rated Brentwood General Contractors

There are 262 top-rated general contractors in your area.

Let Angie's List find your match

We'll instantly find qualified pros for your specific project

Share some details about your project

We'll ask a few simple questions to learn more about your particular project. This helps us narrow the results to professionals that are right for the job.

View your matched pros

Using our vast network, we'll identify up to 4 local pros that provide the service you need. Don't worry... only pre-screened, approved service providers* will be suggested.

Get quotes and get started

As with any home improvement or repair project, it's wise to get multiple bids. Connect with your recommended pros and request quotes for your project.

* See Section 8 of the Terms & Conditions for details about the screening and approval of pros.

Join Angie's List Now To see all 262 highly rated companies in Brentwood

Explore Our Solution Center for Helpful Contractor Articles

Go to the article: 

Hiring a Contractor: What's the Difference Between Bonded and Insured?

contractor licensing
Go to the article: 

7 Ways to Negotiate Lower Contractor Costs

wallet with money sticking out
Go to the article: 

Do I Need a Handyman or Contractor?

legs and feet of person standing in middle of home improvement work

General Contracting reviews in Brentwood

  • A
    Matthews Construction & Design LLC
    Purchased a 105 year-old brick house in Maryland on the edge of DC and did a whole-house renovation. After interviewing several contractors, I selected Matthews Construction and Design because of the wealth of knowledge Brian Matthews exhibited on all aspects of construction, his can-do approach to everything on my wish list, promptness of his quote, and reasonableness of the estimated cost. As the work progressed, I found that Brian has an excellent sense of aesthetics in terms of architectural options, as well as balance and proportion. I especially liked the trim options he suggested, including capitals over doorways and windows, panels under windows, wainscoting, and ceiling medallions. He also knows how to get things done and stay on schedule ��� a rarity in the construction industry. When I decided to expand the scope of the renovation, Brian had lots of useful ideas. While offering suggestions, he was always sensitive to what I wanted and I never felt like he persisted in pushing in a direction I didn���t want to go. He was able to give quick and accurate cost estimates of any changes I wanted to make along the way, and was able to provide outstanding craftsmen on short notice to keep the project on schedule. He visited the site often to observe work in progress, give instructions to workers for next steps, and address the many challenges that inevitably arise during renovation. Throughout the project, he called me often at the end of the day to find out if I was satisfied with the work being done. He answered my questions and promptly addressed any concerns I raised. The quality of the renovation work is impressive. Now that it's done, I love the renovated house, and so do my family and friends. This renovation project was thoroughly enjoyable, thanks to the competent work and excellent customer service of Matthews. I would definitely use Matthews again and I highly recommend the company to others.
    - David K.
  • D
    Aslan Construction
    We met with the owner, Doan Toparlak, in March to discuss a fairly extensive renovation to our 1926 bungalow. We needed the following work done: install additional structural support in the basement, remove the old roof, remodel the attic/second floor into a dormer master suite with full bath and walk-in closet, install central air conditioning throughout the house, and add on a new roof.
    He assured us that he could do the work for less than $100,000 (above that, it would have made more financial sense to purchase another, larger house), so we committed to using him and the architect that he recommended. He was working on another project that he expected to wrap up in late May or early June, and he said he would start our project next.
    Late June, he said that his last project was delayed by a tree falling on the home. In addition to redoing his work, he needed to build a new second story for that house. He said that he would start on our project in August.
    In August, he said September. He finally completed the first step, applying for a permit, at the beginning of October. Our county permit office is notoriously slow, so he warned us it would be another six weeks. Toparlak asked us whether we wanted to start work as soon as the permit was ready, or whether we wanted to wait until spring to start construction.
    By October, we'd already been waiting six months for Toparlak, so we said we would like him to start in December. He said okay, but that he would be away during part of the month.  He also said that his crew could work in his absence.
    In late October, the county requested revisions to the permit application, which we heard about from the architect. The architect submitted revised drawings etc. in early November. The architect told us at that time that Toparlak had put us on his work schedule for March or April 2015.
    This was completely opposite what we told him we wanted. When confronted by us, Toparlak claimed, variously, that he didn't know we wanted to start work as soon as the permit was issued or that he never told the architect that he had scheduled our project for the spring.
    In addition, the architect also told us that Toparlak was using someone else to interact with the permit office on our project, leaving him free to work on other projects (contrary to his assurances that we were his next project). Given that we had to sign and notarize a form authorizing Toparlak to act as our agent at the permit office, we were not pleased that Toparlak brought in someone else without telling us. Wedidn't know the permit agent's fees or our liability.
    We wasted nearly a year of our lives waiting for Toparlak. Needless to say, it wasn't worth the time or the aggravation. By the time he "gave us permission" to talk to other contractors, it was mid to late November. No other contractor wanted to start work in December, either, and since they hadn't promised to, I didn't blame them.
    We ended up buying another house. Toparlak mailed us the county permit on the 30th of December 2014, ending a saga that began in March, with very little to show for it. The best part of working with Toparlak was his recommendation for the architect (who wasn't even Toparlak's first choice).
    As his response to my review indicates, another egregious example of his lack of professionalism is his inability to take responsibility for his actions. He cites the design process. That was complete in June 2014, as originally scheduled. The delay in filing the permit, from June to October, is solely his responsibility. I won't allow him to fault the architect and structural engineer for that.
    - Trista W.
  • A
    This is the third job that Service First has done for us and again, I am very pleased. The work was thorough and high quality. The house looks great.
    - Nina Y.
  • A
    This is the third job that Service First has done for us and again, I am very pleased. The work was thorough and high quality. The house looks great.
    - Nina Y.
Join Angie's List to view provider's name.

General Contractors in Brentwood

Companies below are listed in alphabetical order.

To view top rated service providers along with reviews & ratings, JOIN ANGIE'S LIST NOW!