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Home Builders Association of Charlotte names remodeling winners

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    - HOME BUILDERS ASSOCIATION OF CHARLOTTE PHOTOS
    Best Bath over $40,000 This 1950s traditional ranch home in Davidson needed an updated bathroom. The owners are avid gardeners. Lindsay Daniel Architecture brought the garden to them with a walled wraparound secret garden, now reached by an exterior door from the bathroom.
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    - HOME BUILDERS ASSOCIATION OF CHARLOTTE PHOTOS
    Historic and Best in Show Stirling Group with Studio H Home Design, working with the Charlotte Historic District Commission, adapted this 1926 single-story bungalow in Plaza Midwood’s historic district to meet the needs of a contemporary family while preserving the home’s integrity and charm. Even though the design team added a second floor, it’s easy to overlook the subtle exterior changes until you notice the two new dormers on the roof line.
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    Before: Bath over $40,000
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    Porches under $30,000 The owners of this home in Foxcroft wanted a larger, grander front porch to add curb appeal to their ranch-style home. Casale Builders with Shelley Hughes Design won in this category by creating a new entrance that looks as if it was always part of the house.
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  • The 2014 winners

    Historic: Gold: Stirling Group with Studio H. This project was also named Best in Show.

    Additions, $100k - $200k: Andrew Roby General Contractor, with Josh Allison Architecture

    Additions, Over $200k: Andrew Roby General Contractor, with ALB Architecture

    Attic: Alan Simonini Homes, with Gulf Stream Design

    Bathroom, Under $25k: Carolina Custom Homes and Renovations

    Bathroom, $25k - $40k: Gold: Shea Custom/Shea Homes;

    Silver: Alan Simonini Homes

    Bathroom, Over $40k: Gold: Lindsay Daniel Architecture, Inc.

    Silver: Guthmann Construction with Gray Design Architecture, PA

    Garage: Gold: Carolina Custom Homes and Renovations

    Silver: Kinterra Group, LLC

    General Renovation, $120k - $240k: Andrew Roby General Contractor with Meyer Greeson Paullin Benson Architecture, Holly Phillips, Interior

    General Renovation, Over $240k: Andrew Roby General Contractor with Meyer Greeson Paullin Benson Architecture & Interior Design

    Silver: Hopedale Builders with Don Duffy Architecture

    Interior Renovation: Gold: Andrew Roby General Contractor with Charlotte In-Vironments, Inc.

    Silver: Alan Simonini Homes with KBN Interiors

    Kitchen, Under $60k: Gold:DP & S Construction, LLC

    Silver: Alan Simonini Homes with Shelley Hughes Design, LLC

    Kitchen, $60k - $100k: Gold: Guthmann Construction with Gray Design Architecture, PA

    Silver: Casale Builders with Shelley Hughes Design, LLC

    Kitchen, Over $100k: Andrew Roby General Contractor with Alina Bartlett, House of Bartlett

    Outdoor Living: Gold: Andrew Roby General Contractor with ALB Architecture

    Silver: Guthmann Construction with Gray Design Architecture, PA

    Porches, Under $30k: Gold: Casale Builders with Shelley Hughes Design, LLC

    Porches, Over $30k: Gold: Hopedale Builders with Meyer Greeson Paullin Benson Architecture

    Silver: Andrew Roby General Contractor with Charlotte In-Vironments, Inc.

    Whole House, $160k - $280k: DP & S Construction, LLC

    Whole House, $280k - $400k: Guthmann Construction with Gray Design Architecture, PA

    Whole House, Over $400k: Kinterra Group, LLC



The Home Builders Association of Charlotte recently named its 25th annual Excellence in Remodeling winners. Association president Bill Saint, President/CEO of Classica Homes, presented the awards at an April 11 banquet. Judges for the competition were Denis Hall, Hall Architects; Allen Norwood, Charlotte Observer columnist; Kevin Pfahl, Pfahl Architects; Jim Phelps, Jim Phelps Collection; and Jason Tanenbaum, Grainda Builders. Entries were judged on design, function, craftsmanship, difficulty, and solutions.

Emily Hedrick, correspondent

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