About Our Company
Residential Remodeling Contractor
Are You Searching for a Proven Residential Remodeling Contractor In The Greater Richmond Area?
Windmill Homes and Improvements and Nu Kitchens and Baths is your premier full-service team for all needs surrounding your home. Over our 30 years in business, we have assembled a team of partners to ensure you receive the highest quality service for the best value possible. Our team is local, our business is local, and we are locally family-owned. We believe you will also find value in doing business locally.
Why Choose Us?
An Experienced Builder and Contractor
As an experienced builder and contractor, Windmill Homes and Improvements and Nu Kitchens and Baths is well-known for completing your job on time and within budget. Your home project is left in spotless condition, ready to use and enjoy!
The Windmill Homes and Improvements and Nu Kitchens and Baths name is well-known as the premier company in the local community. We provide quality custom-crafted home additions, kitchen updates and bath remodels, cabinets, and home building services to homeowners in Richmond, New Kent, Charles City, & James City County. We also serve Hanover, King William, West Point, Henrico, & Williamsburg. Fully licensed and an A+ rated member of the Better Business Bureau (BBB), we specialize in home remodeling, renovations, garage renovations, additions, and ADA/handicap conversions.
About The Builder
Rodney McNew of Quinton is the founder of Windmill Homes and Improvements and Nu Kitchens and Baths. Rodney was raised by his grandfather, Silas McNew. Silas was a tinker, as they say. In the early 70s, Rodney and his grandfather made their first windmill together.
Rodney recalls their first windmill, a farmer churning butter, then a squirrel in a rowboat. “As the windmill turned, these characters came to life, kinda like watching an aquarium I suppose.” Rodney also remembers great conversations and time on the porch.
That’s how Windmill Homes and Improvements and Nu Kitchens and Baths got its name. In honor of a wonderful man, Silas McNew.
Rodney went on to build his first home in New Kent in 1986. He loved the process so much that he incorporated Windmill Homes in 1992. Twenty-six years later he is still doing business in New Kent County, Virginia, now under the name “Windmill Homes and Improvements and Nu Kitchens and Baths”.
Recently Rodney opened a new showroom in the Forge Shopping Center in Providence Forge. Here customers can come in and view endless countertop, bath, and kitchen remodeling samples and discuss options for their home improvement projects.