Commonwealth Restorations has been a leader in the construction and renovation industry in the Arlington area for over 35 years. Our essay writer leadership and experience puts us above many other companies in Arlington, making us one of the top Construction/Renovation companies in the area.
As well as providing excellent service, and being EPA Lead Safe certified, it is our goal to preserve historic Arlington. Commonwealth Restorations has been recognized by the Historical Affairs and Landmark Review Board and has been a recipient of their Preservation Design Awards in 2004 and 2005. Work has included the Balls-Sellers house, from the 18th century, and the Arlington Historical center. Most recently renovating the Barcroft community center to bring life back to a historical neighborhood landmark.
In 1998, the Washingtonian Magazine named Commonwealth Restorations one of the area’s top contractors. The article was a result of interviews and recommendations with area architects and architectural firms and a poll of members of the NARI (National Association of the Remodeling Industry) trade group. That was especially gratifying to us since we were not, at that time, a member of either of these groups. The architect/contractor relationship is
very important to the success of a construction project. Our firm is excited to be able to claim the kudos that the Washingtonian has bestowed upon us. Four years later, we were recognized essay writing by the Arlington Chamber of Commerce as the Small Business of the Year.
We are proud to say that, with the combined trust of local merchants, builders, architects and clients with whom we have worked, we indeed have emerged as a leader in this part of the Arlington renovation and construction industry.
Commonwealth Restorations has continued to strive for new and better methods and products throughout the years to serve our customers. Our new home construction remains sensitive to the community and neighborhoods. The construction of a new home can be a detriment to a neighborhood unless local concerns and traditional values are upheld in the construction project. We would rather stand back and look at a developed site with pride than see a site that has not been preserved correctly.
One of Commonwealth Restorations’ goals over the years has been to closely manage our growth so we can continue to provide a quality product to the customers we serve. Our firm has been operating in Arlington since 1971 and our initial contractors license was #318. We have consistently shown remarkable, yet manageable growth rates.
A genuine sense of community is very important to us here at Commonwealth Restorations. Robert Strunk and many employees have lived and currently live in Arlington County, making it very important that we preserve what Arlington is all about. As an ever growing community we find it important to immerse ourselves in as many events, charities and auctions to reach out to the new comers. We have taken part in the Arlington County Fair, The Tuckahoe Home & Garden tour, and charity golf tournaments. We find it important to help the community that has helped us for 40 years.
We are a melting pot here at Commonwealth Restorations with personnel here from all over the globe. From India to Guatemala, we have a strong workforce that is always bending over backwards for our clients. Many talents make up a unique working environment. With over 200 years of working experience, each employee is vital to the success of Commonwealth Restorations, and every employee is important. v