Penn Construction & Design is a residential remodeling company & general contractor located in Havertown PA.
We handle major home renovation projects including kitchen, bathrooms, additions & basements throughout Philadelphia & the surrounding suburbs.

For over 15 years we have been turning our clients vision into a reality. Let us help you turn your house into a home! Contact us today to learn more about the Penn Process & receive a free consultation!


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Kitchens & Bathrooms

Our passion lies in creating beautiful, unique spaces that add value and meaning to your life. We apply a highly personalized approach to every project we take on, and we are not happy until you’re ecstatic with your new kitchen or bathroom. Got unique design ideas? No problem, we love those too!

Let’s Get to Work on Your Dream HOME

Let us help you turn your house into a home! Contact us today to learn more about the Penn Process & receive a free consultation!


As a leading design-build firm providing home design & renovation services throughout Philadelphia & the surrounding suburbs, we pride ourselves on our quality & service. We will work with you to meet your timeline & budget needs, while providing an unparalleled customer experience.

Step1 Consultation

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Step2 Design

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Step3 Installation

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Frequently Asked Questions

Below is the list of the most common questions you might have:

Finding the best home remodeling contractor can seem like a daunting task, but there are some key steps to take that will help you make an informed decision. First and foremost, start by researching different contractors in your area online. Look for reviews of their work from previous customers and any information about their credentials. You should also ask around for referrals from family and friends who have used remodeling contractors in the past. Once you’ve narrowed down your options, it’s important to meet with each contractor in person and find out more about their services, pricing structure, and the timeline for completion. Ask questions about their design process and make sure they understand your specific goals for the project. PennCD is always open for consultation.

Home renovation and remodeling are both terms used to describe making changes or improvements to a home. The main difference between the two is in the scope of work: renovation generally refers to larger, more involved projects while remodeling usually entails smaller updates.

Renovation typically involves major structural or design changes, such as moving walls or changing a kitchen layout, as well as larger projects like building additional rooms or remodeling existing ones. This type of work often requires a professional contractor and can be more expensive than remodeling.

A good remodeling contractor should be knowledgeable in all aspects of the remodeling process. They should have experience working with a variety of materials and they should know how to use the latest tools and techniques to get the job done right. Additionally, a good contractor will take the time to understand your vision for the project, listen to your ideas, and work with you to develop a plan that will best meet your needs and budget. They should also be licensed, insured, and have positive reviews from previous customers. Finally, they should always be open to communication, easy to contact when needed, and willing to answer all of your questions throughout the remodeling process.

The answer to this question will depend on a variety of factors such as the size and complexity of the project, materials used, labor costs, and time involved. Generally speaking, remodeling an existing structure is often cheaper than building a new one from scratch. For example, when renovating an old home you won’t have to purchase new materials to construct walls, as they may already be in place. You can also save money by reusing existing fixtures, such as plumbing and electrical systems. Additionally, labor costs are often lower when dealing with an existing structure rather than starting from scratch.

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