Fort Lauderdale is a mid-sized city with a semi-tropical climate, and it’s framed by the Atlantic Ocean, New River, and a chain of scenic inland waterways that justify its reputation as “The Venice of America.” Aside from being a popular tourist destination, Fort Lauderdale is also known to be one of the most affordable coastal cities in Florida. Homes in this city have a median price of $312,000 and are usually constructed of a concrete block and stucco combination that can withstand the city’s hurricanes.
If you’re looking to build in Fort Lauderdale, our editorial team has put together this list of contractors capable of constructing or remodeling beautiful, sturdy homes. These contractors are also associated with industry organizations like the National Kitchen and Bath Association (NKBA) and the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC). There are also a number of LEED-accredited firms on the list. All of them bring a strong work ethic to their projects, the kind of approach that earns them plenty of referrals from past clients.
Allied Kitchen & Bath
616 W. Oakland Park Blvd., Fort Lauderdale, FL 33311
Established in 1984, Allied Kitchen & Bath has been recognized for its professionalism, integrity, and quality projects. As a veteran firm, Allied Kitchen & Bath is associated with a number of industry organizations such as the National Kitchen and Bath Association (NKBA), the American Society of Interior Designers (ASID), and the American Society of Landscape Architects (ASLA). Aside from having such affiliations, the firm has a team of certified designers known to be leaders of the industry. As a result, the firm has created projects that have led to features in Luxe Interiors + Design, as well as earned it the 2020 Luxe RED Award. The firm also laid claim to the 2011 ASID Industry Partner Design Award.
Allied Kitchen & Bath has an impressive portfolio that showcases its exceptional design and craftsman prowess. The featured kitchen remodel is an example of the firm’s intricacies in design and workmanship. The suspended ceiling with ambient lighting over the island creates softness within this sleek, contemporary design.