For nearly 40 years Arlington Designer Homes, like the name says, has designed and built homes for Arlingtonians, by Arlingtonians.
The second-generation family business might have begun almost four decades ago, but their techniques, tools and sense of style are as up-to-date as possible, as attested by their numerous awards for energy-efficient green building methods that benefit the client as well as the community.
Arlington Designer Homes works with clients to assure that the client’s vision of the kitchen, bedroom, bathroom or the entire house is the one that is finally rendered, down the smallest specifications. Each project is truly custom, tailored to the client’s lifestyle and needs and constructed by a small group of hand-picked subcontractors that Arlington Designer Homes has counted on for years. Their motto: “We build for the way YOU live,” says it all.
Communication is key when working with a builder on new construction or a remodeling project. Arlington Designer Homes has an online step-by-step, detailed description of their time-tested process, beginning with the first client meeting to final selection phase that assures builder and client are on the same page throughout the project.
As a long-time Arlington mainstay, the owners behind the firm have deep roots in the community — including serving in regional leadership positions. The company president, Andrew Moore, is a contributing member of the Northern Virginia Building Industry Association and a past Custom Builder of the Year and is also a member of the National Association of Home Builders, as well as serving on the board of the Columbia Pike Revitalization Organization.
The vice-president and founder, William B. Moore, has lived and worked in Arlington for more than 50 years, and has served as president of the Arlington County Bar Association and is past-chairman of the National Orthopedic Hospital; he also is the first chairperson of the Arlington County Historical Review Board.
If you’re thinking about purchasing an Electric Vehicle or would like to know more, stop by the Arlington Drive Electric event September 25 at Kenmore Middle School.
A group of Marines in their dress blue uniforms braved floodwaters along Columbia Pike to help a stranded motorist. Video of the rescue has gone viral on TikTok, racking up…
A nice late summer weekend is on tap as we start to dry out tonight after a soggy couple of days. Autumn officially begins on Wednesday, and the forecast currently…
The past, present, and future of Columbia Pike is rather easy to see.