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Support Black-Owned General Contractor Companies | Sweeten

Support black-owned general contractors and contracting firms with Sweeten

black-owned general contractor companies

At Sweeten, we value every clients’ vision for their home. And we value our shared vision for a better, more just, and inclusive world.  

Many Americans are now wondering how they can best effect change. One way is to hire professionals from groups who have historically been overlooked, and provide opportunities to those who have had to work harder to succeed. 

Sweeten matches home renovation projects with vetted general contractors, offering advice, support, and up to $50,000 in renovation financial protection—for free.

Please consider supporting the following black-owned general contractors on Sweeten’s platform. We heartily stand behind these contractors’ work. They all have the expertise and dedication to build the home of your dreams.

Sweeten General Contractor Saladin | NYC

1920s house remodel

Danielle Brooks

General contractor Saladin co-owns her contracting firm. She joined Sweeten back in 2018. Servicing all of New York City, Saladin can complete full-service gut renovations, additions, basements, and decks. Additionally,  her firm also specialize in kitchen and bathroom remodels. At Sweeten’s annual awards ceremony for their contractors, the firm earned the 2019 Breakout Performance Award. Sweeten Stories featured two of their renovations on the blog: Kyli and Luke’s 1920 house (top image), and updating the brownstone of actor Danielle Brooks of Netflix’s Orange is the New Black (bottom image). Click here to read reviews and see more of Saladin’s work.

Sweeten General Contractor Daren | New Jersey

dining room remodelbathroom remodel

General contractor Daren runs his family-owned design-build firm out of Montclair, New Jersey. He has been part of Sweeten since the beginning of 2018. Daren’s renovations are primarily in the Bergen and Essex County areas providing all aspects of residential design, interior architecture, renovation, custom millwork, and construction project management. Yael L, a past client of Daren’s said: “They do not cut corners and they follow their proposed budget. They spend as much time as needed to truly understand what you are looking for and deliver it with smiles. I was happy to see them every day, and my kids even missed them when they were gone.” Click here to read reviews and see more of Daren’s work.

Sweeten General Contractor Dexter | Atlanta

Atlanta bathroom remodelAtlanta kitchen remodel

Covering remodeling projects in the Atlanta area, general contractor Dexter joined Sweeten in 2020. In addition to interior renovations, his services include storm, fire, and water damage restorations, roofing, and deck building. Dexter shared his expertise in Sweeten’s Atlanta home cost guide and our blog post on navigating hidden renovation costs in the area. His past client Shannon S. shared a review of Dexter’s work: “All of my questions were answered along the way and he made great suggestions based on his expertise.” Click here to read reviews and see more of Dexter’s work.

Sweeten General Contractor Wayne | NYC

Outdoor remodelkitchen remodel

New York City-based general contractor Wayne started with Sweeten in 2019. His firm offers full-service construction management with capabilities in design-build, interior renovations, building additions, basement remodeling, and custom millwork. A review from past client Natalya N.: “Simply the best! The project has been completed on time and within the budget, what else could anyone ask for? They listened to all my concerns and really went above and beyond of satisfying a picky client.” Click here to read reviews and see more of Wayne’s work.

Sweeten General Contractor Kimberly | Atlanta

Sweeten general contractor Kimberly is the owner of a design-build firm in Atlanta, a one-stop-shop for architectural design, construction, landscaping, and interior decor services. She has experience in full-home remodels, in addition to commercial outfittings. Kimberly understands the current economic climate and works with clients to provide financing options when needed. Her clients give her five stars, and maybe even more importantly, have reported that they intend to use her company for future projects. Click here to read reviews and see more of Kimberly’s work. 

Sweeten General Contractor George | NYC

ADA compliant bathroom

With 30 years of general contracting under his belt, general contractor George has been with Sweeten since 2017. He services New York City, including the Bronx. He offers light creative support to general renovations, kitchen and bathroom remodels, and customized millwork. Leila G. who worked with George on a project noted: “Any unexpected challenges—and there were a few—were handled patiently. George was tenacious in overcoming any obstacles that presented itself.” An ADA-compliant bathroom remodel (top photo) for Debbie’s father was featured on our blog, Sweeten Stories. Click here to read reviews and see more of George’s work.

Sweeten General Contractor Greg and L.A. | Dallas

black owned general contractor

Dallas remodeling

Partners in their second-generation company, Greg and L.A. have been serving the Dallas-Fort Worth area for more than 30 years. They take pride in all of their projects, saying “We care for our clients’ homes and businesses like they are our very own.” They have experience in general contracting, interior design, and landscape architecture. From bathrooms and kitchens to closets and living rooms, this dynamic duo can do it all. Click here to read reviews and see more of Greg and L.A.’s work. 

Sweeten General Contractor Kelin | Dallas

Sweeten general contractor Kelin works in the Dallas area on remodeling homes, offering additional services like landscaping and custom finishes. While he has a network of architects he can refer to for projects that require one, Kelin also has an eye for creative design. Isaac, one of his clients, hired Kelin for a few projects, including one property that needed to be remodeled from the ground up after Hurricane Harvey. “He is very thorough and does not cut corners,” praises Isaac. Click here to read reviews and see more of Kelin’s work. 

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Sweeten handpicks the best general contractors to match each project’s location, budget, scope, and style. Follow the blog, Sweeten Stories, for renovation ideas and inspiration and when you’re ready to renovate, start your renovation with Sweeten.

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