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Artistic Renovations, LLC, Seven Hills, Ohio
Project cost: $40,000
The owners of this bathroom had several unique areas of concern, not the least of which was the dated 1970s look of the bathroom itself. The existing bathroom had...
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Spectrum Fine Homes, Inc., Mountain View, Calif.
Project location: Cupertino, Calif.
Project cost: $467,153
The homeowners of this green remodel winning home did not wish to add to the footprint of their home. They wanted...
William Shaw & Associates, Houston
Project location: Houston
Sq. ft. before: 1,700
Sq. ft. after: 3,450
Project cost: $335,795
This project restored and expanded a 1901 Victorian home in a historical...
Construction Corp., Washington, D.C.
Project location: Kensington, Md.
Sq. ft. before: 1,326
Sq. ft. after: 1,911
Project cost: $120,000
The homeowners of this winning outdoor living project wanted...
Brothers Strong Inc., Houston, Texas
Project location: Richmond, Texas
Sq. ft. before: 288
Sq. ft. after: 444
Project cost: $126,530
The goal of this room remodel was to convert an existing 1970s style “rec...
Building Arts, Inc.,
Project location: Madison, Wis.
Sq. ft. before: 154
Sq. ft. after: 154
Project cost: $68,696
To create a kitchen that is highly functional, has ample...
The Levine Group, Silver Spring, Md.
The kitchen of this large row house had not been touched for 30 years. It was dingy, dark, small and isolated from the rest of the house. The clients, a ceramic/glass sculptor and her husband, wanted a...
Architectural Resource, Ann Arbor, Mich.
Blue Sky Construction
Project cost: $11,850
A simple facelift can make all the difference on some homes. For this residential specialty award winner, Architectural Resource in Ann...
As a contractor, you may believe that the structural integrity of the construction is the most important consideration of the job. The client may never see how well the wall was framed, however, interior finishes are an aspect they will see daily...