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.
  • Other Projects

    Other Projects

    Kingbig Inc does projects large and small! The gallery below has a few of the other projects we have completed over the years. A lot of the work we have done we have not taken pictures so that’s […]

  • Kingbig Inc. does not have an Architect but we know Architects and can give you a good recommendation depending on what you are looking for. For some smaller projects and projects in which the owner has a clear […]

  • Years ago energy and material were a lot less expensive than they are now. Then when people started insulating their homes a whole new set of practices had to be developed. Tighter building envelopes caused indoor air problems, […]

  • “Going Green” is more than choosing trendy finishes. It’s about identifying needs, prioritizing available resources, becoming aware of the total lifecycle costs of materials/energy and making wise choices. Or, Reduce, Reuse, Recycle. The greenest thing one could do, […]

  • SIP Construction

    SIP Construction

    KingBig Inc. builds with SIPs since 2005. Center City Philadelphia’s first SIP builder. From SIPA – Structural Insulated Panel Association SIPs ARE AN ENABLING TECHNOLOGY Structural insulated panels are a high performance panelized building system. SIPs create an […]

  • ICF Construction

    ICF Construction

    KingBig Inc. builds with ICFs. From Wikipedia: ICF structures are much more comfortable, quiet, and energy-efficient than those built with traditional construction methods. Minimal, if any, air leaks, which improves comfort and reduces heat loss compared to walls […]

  • Warm Dry Basements

    Warm Dry Basements

    In February 2010 we had a snowfall of 54″ in one week. Then, about a month later with most of that snow still on the ground, we had a 2″ of rain on an oddly warm day. The […]

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