A&D Ford Construction has been providing home improvement and remodeling services in Westchester and Putnam Counties since 2000. Our projects include everything from kitchens and bathrooms to home extensions and decks, as well as custom trim and cabinetry. As a general contractor, we take pride in providing high-quality, personalized service, using only the best materials and working with the region’s best professionals to ensure your project meets your vision and stays within your budget—no matter how large or small.
Meet the founder
My name is Phil Ford and A&D Ford Construction is my company. After a successful career on Wall Street, I decided to pursue my passion for construction and remodeling. Since starting A&D Ford in 2000 I have watched the business grow exponentially every year since, with literally hundreds of happy customers. Read some testimonials here.
The majority of our work comes through repeat business from satisfied customers and by word-of-mouth from their friends and neighbors. As a general contractor, I employ a large, consistent, and reliable team of specialty professionals (framing, masonry, roofing, etc) tailored to the needs of each project. Regardless of the scope of the project, I pride myself on providing each customer with a high degree of personal attention and exemplary service.
I’m always looking to meet new families and help them realize their home improvement goals. No job is too big or too small. In addition to offering complete remodelings of kitchens and bathrooms, home extensions, and decks, we can also create decorative trim as well as custom cabinetry and shelving as part of larger renovations or even as individual projects. Visit our renovations to see examples of our work.
I’d love to meet you, hear about your remodeling wishes, and help turn them into a reality. To get an estimate, references from our previous customers, or learn any other details, contact us today.
A&D Ford Construction is fully insured & bonded in Westchester and Putnam Counties License numbers: WC-24673H11 | PC-5873