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    - Courtesy of: Charlotte chapter of the National Association of the Remodeling Industry
    Bath before the $60,000 renovation
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    - Evergreen Studio
    Residential Bath over $60,000: DiFabion Remodeling, with Ferguson Enterprises, modernized this traditional bathroom near Waxhaw with a walk-in shower, granite countertops and dramatic lighting. The space was also lightened up by replacing the wood finishes with stone and tile.
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    - NARI
    Backyard makeover before the work.
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    Best In Show: For the first time in memory, NARI’s judges gave a perfect score of 180 out of 180, creating the new honor of Best In Show at the 2013 contractor of the year awards. Based on the needs of the clients, functionality, aesthetics, craftsmanship, innovation and ingenuity, this entry by Metro GreenScape in the Residential Exterior Specialty category stood out from its competitors in all aspects. It’s in a back yard in Lake Norman.
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    - NARI
    Before photo of basement space converted into a wine cellar.
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    - Vickie Guthmann
    Residential Interior Element: Guthmann Construction helped repurpose this previously unused basement storage room into a wine cellar. The space, in a home near SouthPark, got custom shelves as well as some decorative doors the owners had previously acquired but were not using.
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    - NARI
    Before photo of an interior living space remodeling project over $100,000.
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    - Dustin Peck Photography
    Residential Interior $100,000 and Over DeRhodes Construction gave this formerly contemporary home near Mountain Island Lake a more rustic feel by opening up the living room area to the kitchen, adding cut stones to the floors and bringing out the natural textures of the wood.
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    - NARI
    Before photo of kitchen makeover, under $40,000
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    - RED K PHOTOGRAPHY
    Residential Kitchen Under $40,000 Davis Properties and Building Company rearranged the space in this south Charlotte kitchen, added recessed and under-counter lighting, replaced the dated appliances with stainless steel upgrades and opened up the area overlooking the den.
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    - NARI
    Million dollar makeover before photo.
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    - URBAN BUILDING GROUP
    Entire House Remodel over $1 Million Urban Building Group transformed this traditional ranch-style house in Charlotte’s Canterbury neighborhood to create a remarkable two-story home. Only the footprint and the chimney placement remained the same. Everything else – including, of course, the exterior and landscaping, changed.
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