KingBig Inc.

is a full service residential construction and remodeling contractor. We also do exhibit fabrication.

Serving the Philadelphia PA metro region Kingbig Inc can take your project from conception through completion. We offer hands-on building, design services, rendering, drafting, and project consulting. We transform your vision into reality. Most importantly, we try to make the whole process as pleasant and as productive as possible by understanding the unique requirements of each project and client.
  • Total Rehab

    Total Rehab

    Total Rehab of South Philadelphia Rowhouse. Scope: Replace everything except for some floors. Tasks: Manage Sub Contractors, Carpentry, General Contractor Features: Custom Kitchens, Millwork, Stairwell, New Roof, Windows, Doors, Systems, etc. ” order_by=”sortorder” order_direction=”ASC” returns=”included” maximum_entity_count=”500″]

  • New Kitchen and Powder Room Scope: Level Floors, New Plumbing and Electric, New Windows, New Back Door, Install Kitchen and Powder Room Tasks: Design, Draft Plans, Anticipate and Internalize Client Aesthetics, Build Features: Custom Door and Drawer Fronts on Ikea Cabinets, […]

  • Add Third Story Addition and Deck to Existing 2 Story Structure Scope: Third Story Addition, Including Powder room and Bar Sink, Deck, New Skylights, Roof Tear Off and New Roof Tasks: Manage Subs, Regular Contractor things, Carpentry, Problem solving Features: Garapa […]

  • Convert a Raw New Construction Condo into Energy Efficient Residential Space Scope: Install Kitchen, Bathroom, Windows, Doors, Bedrooms, New HVAC, Polished Concrete Floors Tasks: Design, Draft Plans, Build Features: 1000 SF with yard and parking, Super Efficient comfortable, Modern [Show as […]

  • A fairly typical kitchen job; Ikea cabinets (which are quite good for the money, especially the hardware) Corian countertops (my personal favorite in terms of performance which includes all the variations, quartz, Hi-Macs, etc.), Honed Slate floor tiles, […]

  • A Small Kitchen

    A Small Kitchen

    This was work for some friends. I helped them design a new kitchen for a small space. After discussions we found that social interaction was an important part of cooking so we set it up so that the […]

  • Siding – Rain Screen

    Siding – Rain Screen

    This was kind of a small job. Client wanted natural unfinished cedar siding. We repaired existing sheathing, added building wrap, insulation, flashing above windows and doors, various drip edges, and a second layer of building wrap with a […]

  • Converting former carriage house/garage door company/art studio to a residential dwelling in Mt Airy. We collaborated with client on interior design and systems, took it through the drafting process and handed it off to an architect for final […]

  • The last renovation on this bathroom happened in the early 1990’s when the home was a rental. The bathroom was cold, under lit and over the years various leaks had started to rot the walls and the floors. […]

  • A Good Website

    A Good Website

    Green Building Advisor is a pretty good practical site for green building issues. Green Building Talk has a pretty good set of forums. There are lots of others.

  • Ask A Question

    Ask A Question

    I’ll try to answer. “How should I insulate my addition?”, “Should I buy a toilet at HomeDepot?”, “Why is my third floor cold?” etc. etc. Sometimes it’s best just to ask someone. [si-contact-form form=’1′]

  • We build with Thermally Modified Wood. The holy grail of outdoor woods:¬†rot-resistant, weather-resistant,¬†insect-resistant, strong, and dimensionally stable. And to make the quest more challenging, let‚Äôs add beautiful, non-toxic, and sustainable. Impossible, you say? Take a look at thermally […]

  • The best slate in the world comes from Vermont. A pitched slate roof is one of longest lasting, stable, fire resistant, most attractive roofs you can get. Many custom homes suffer from a cheap looking asphalt tile roofing […]

  • We install plaster moldings! Traditional plaster moldings are amazing looking and more economical than one would think. Once you get into more ornate profiles plaster is the way to go. We have used moldings from the Monumental Plaster […]

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