2019 was a decidedly good year: The entire group of full-service remodelers that applied this year accounted for nearly $1.4 billion in remodeling revenues and completed 20,082 jobs. Meanwhile, replacement- and specialty-contractor firms generated a total of $4.0 billion in revenue and completed 666,161 jobs in 2019.
Collectively, our annual list of top remodelers earned a staggering $6.7 billion in remodeling revenues in 2018, an 11% increase over 2017. But as our coverage reveals, it’s not all about the money. The firms listed here also show incredible generosity, dedication and ingenuity– key ingredients for success.
Hard work certainly has paid off for this year’s Remodeling 550. The top 300 full-service remodelers earned 8% more in revenue in 2017 than they did in 2016. The top 150 replacement contracting firms earned a whopping 41% more last year than in 2016.
Business is booming for the nation's largest remodeling companies: The top 300 full-service firms on our list reported 6.7% more revenue in 2016 than last year’s top 300 did in 2015, while the top 150 replacement contractor companies saw a 16.1% increase in home improvement revenue.
The nation's largest remodeling firms are bigger and healthier than ever. Sales at the nation's biggest full-service firms, replacement contractors, and insurance restoration firms on the list hit $4.22 billion in 2015.
For the vast majority of companies on the 2014 Remodeling 550, 2013 was a decent year and 2014 looks to be a great one. See which companies are the largest in the nation in our annual list of the 550 biggest home improvement businesses in four categories.