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2010 Janus Award – National award for remodeling excellence: Our Outdoor Living area project and bathroom remodel earned Janus awards for being national award winners in both the Chrysalis and Master Design Competitions.
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2010 QR Master Design Awards –Double Gold WInner: Outdoor Living and Residential Specialty; Bronze Winner: Bath Under $30K Our outdoor living project won two gold awards for in the categories of Outdoor Living and Residential Specialty for the curved cedar pergola. Our bathroom project also won a Bronze award in the baths under $30,000 category.
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2010 Chrysalis Awards for Remodeling Excellence– Bathroom under $40K and Outdoor Living Area: Two of our projects were regional winners of the Chrysalis Award this year. Our traditional bathroom project was recognized for design details in a tight budget. Our deck, pergola, screened porch and fire pit project won honors for for overall excellence in the outdoor living category.
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2009 QR Master Design Awards –Finalist: Bathroom $30K to $50K and Finalist: Room Remodel: Two of our projects were finalists for the Master Design awards this year. Our master bathroom expansion project from January was was given high marks for accomplishing the use of space objectives. Our remodel of a mud room and sitting area in Lincoln was also recognized for excellence in the room remodel category.
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2008 Professional Remodeler Best of the Best Award – Silver: Addition Under $200K: In this project, we took a 7' wide porch which had been converted into a 4-season room and replaced it with a functional family space which gained better water views and more natural light.The resulting two story addition creates a dramatic new look for this traditional home in a traditional neighborhood and appeals to the owner's more dramatic, shake-it-up style.

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2008 Chrysalis Award for Remodeling Excellence – Regional Winner: Addition Under $200K and Green Remodel: This beautiful addition is loaded with hundreds of little details and interesting design features. Not that it was in the original plans, but it also won a 'green remodeling' award for the durability of its construction, its energy-efficient construction techniques and materials, and the fact that 27 tons of jobsite waste were recycled, rather than going into the Johnston landfill!
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2006 Chrysalis Award for Remodeling Excellence – Best Project: Bath Remodel Under $40,000: What started out as the removal of a tilting toilet to perform flooring repairs turned into a major bathroom remodel. The discovery of a severely rotten floor led to the complete removal of the existing bathroom and the subsequent challenge of creating a new one in a 5’ wide 20’ long room!
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2005 Janus Award – National award for remodeling excellence: Triple Award Winner! This 225-year-old home had two large bedrooms, but both had very low six foot high (at the low point!) ceilings. We needed to raise the ceilings to give the room volume and create closets that would provide the owners with much needed hanging, drawer and shelf storage space.

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2005 QR Master Design Award – 1st Place: Room Remodel: Triple Award Winner! The project involved everything from blowing insulation into the walls and utilizing foam insulation in the ceilings (to achieve R-30 in only 6”), to engineering a new structure and replacing the baseboard heating with a forced-air heating/cooling system (we even designed the mahogany 4-poster Colonial bed and night stands). The total project cost was just under $85,000 (including the bed and night stands).

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2005 Chrysalis Award for Remodeling Excellence - Best Project: Room Remodel: Triple Award Winner! To reduce the on-site labor and increase the quality of the final product, the closet interiors on this project were shop built. We pre-fabricated and pre-finished the closet interiors, then assembled them on-site. Because they were necessarily bigger than the closet door openings themselves, they had to be installed first…without the benefit of a face wall as a reference point. We created a “virtual wall” with our rotating laser and adjusted the millwork plumb, level, square and into “plane”. We then built our walls around the cabinetry.

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2003 RI Monthly Design Awards - Residential Remodeling: Gold Award Winner Builder: This major remodel included a guest suite addition, 2-car garage, greenhouse, new main entry porch, custom railings and stairs for a 1000sf deck and a 300 square foot screened porch.

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