Redmond, Washington

Providing commercial remodeling and residential upgrades in Redmond is a pleasure. This city is one of King County’s most prosperous cities and also the home of some gigantic corporations such as Microsoft, Nintendo of America, Physio-Control,Visible.net, Univar, Genie Industries, and the most recent, SpaceX.

Business in Redmond, Washington

The census of 2010 revealed that 54,144 people inhabited Redmond. Also discovered were the 22,550 households and 13,890 families. A whopping 3,325.8 inhabitants per square mile was the tallied population density. Thank you, Redmond, for allowing us to support your commercial and residential remodeling and new construction needs.

Unlike its neighboring cities, Redmond doesn’t have a Business and Occupation tax on income, which is an advantage for entrepreneurs. However, at times, issues like the deterioration of roads and other economic dilemmas have stirred the administration for budget. As of 2014, a business license fee of $92 per employee was approved to counterbalance the costs of road maintenance and other city responsibilities.

Redmond, Washington Arts & Culture

Redmond prides its itself on its renowned annual festival, the Redmond Derby Days. This event started as a bicycle race around Lake Sammamish but eventually became a multi-day festival, which includes a parade, beer garden, entertainment stages, local food offerings, carnival, fireworks displays, and other attractions.

Another popular annual event is the Redmond Lights and Concerts at Marymoor. Redmond Lights is a community festival held every first Saturday of December which features a special guest each year, a tree-lighting headed by the mayor, and an inspirational walk on the Sammamish Trail and Redmond Central Connector. Food sampling, carrousel, and skating rink are some attractions during this event.

Like the staff at Washington State Kitchen and Bath, other Redmond residents enjoy Concerts at Marymoor; a series of live music shows every summer, held at the amphitheater in Marymoor Park. Redmond, Washington also has an active scene in performing arts. Some of Redmond’s most distinguished performers are the Eastside Symphony and those artists who perform at the Redmond Performing Arts Center.

Redmond, Washington Outdoors

For Erin Belmore, General Contractor at Washington State Kitchen and Bath, Redmond’s outdoors are amazing. Redmond has 23 public parks, which can be summed up over a thousand acres. Aside from parks, visitors can also experience the over 17 miles of trails for horseback riding, bicycling, and hiking.