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    Remodeling Showcase Winners

     

    Addition, Division 1 ($867,000) - KREIDER & DILLER BUILDERS, INC.

    ~ New garage and equipment storage space and conversion of former garage into an in-home office.

             

     

     

    Basement, Division 1 ($158,600) - RENOVATIONS BY GARMAN

    ~ Conversion of unfinished basement into entertaining and exercise space.  

     

             

     

     

    Basement, Division 2 ($233,125) - PINNACLE BUILDING & DESIGN, INC.

    Finished a daylight basement to include seven elements: family room, gaming area, kitchenette, full bath, theater room, exercise room, and storage.

             

     

     

    Bathroom, Division 1 ($16,000) - RE-BATH & MORE

    Replaced existing jetted tub and small shower with a large, low-threshold shower with glass doors and granite-style walls.

         

     

     

    Bathroom, Divison 2 ($89,100) - PINNACLE BUILDING & DESIGN, INC.

    Updated layout of master bath to include 30-square-foot walk-in shower, soaking tub, electric fireplace, and double-bowl vanity.

              

     

     

    Exterior, Division 1 ($17,000) - EBY EXTERIORS, INC.

    ~ New front porch to allow for improved curb appeal and protection from the weather.

      

     

     

    Exterior, Division 2 ($59,500) - EBY EXTERIORS, INC.

    ~ New roof and updated board-and-batten and shaker-style siding, as well as moisture remediation in Mt. Gretna home.

         

     

     

    Exterior, Division 3 ($1,700,000) - HESS HOME BUILDERS

    ~ Extensive renovation of 96 townhomes in the Village at Olde Hickory that included new roofing and siding, extending gables, rebuilding dormers and replacing doors and shutters to improve rising maintenance cost on older homes that were beginning to show their wear.

           

     

     

    Garage, Division 1 ($44,200) - EGSTOLTZFUS HOMES

    Expanded garage space with an additional bay space and four-post lift to accommodate client's newly purchased 1920's Ford classic car.

           

     

     

     Garage, Division 2 ($95,900) - HEARTWINDS HOMES A DIVISION OF STEVE BLACK ENTERPRISE, INC.

    New attached garage with high ceiling to accommodate trucks and a room above that includes a new entrance into the home, all seamlessly designed to look as though it was part of the home's original construction.

          

     

     

    Garage, Division 3 ($288,400) - RENOVATIONS BY GARMAN, LLC

    New barn-style garage built to accommodate the owner's antique appliances, restored vehicles, family RV and lawn equipment.

      

     

     

    Interior, Division 1 ($37,500) METZLER HOME BUILDERS

    Renovation of 1980's-style family room addition to fit with the circa-1779 home, including stone walls, distressed flooring, reclaimed wood, period chandelier, and sliding barn door.

     

        

     

     

    Interior, Division 2 ($162,800) - PINNACLE BUILDING & DESIGN, INC.

    Entire first-floor renovation due to extensive water damage thanks to a burst pipe while the homeowners were away on vacation, with a floor plan reconfiguration to include a more open layout and new mud room and dog washing station. 

               

     

     

    Kitchen, Division 1 ($45,000) - EGSTOLTZFUS HOMES

    Updated look on a tight budget for a formerly dim and inefficient kitchen, which included new thick-reveal laminate countertops and recessed range hood to maintain sight lines over the island.

        

     

     

    Kitchen, Division 2 ($99,700) - PINNACLE BUILDING & DESIGN, INC.

    Enlarged and upgraded kitchen to cooking-enthusiast, including state-of-the-art appliances, large eat-at-island with prep-sink and microwave drawer, breakfast area, and updated cabinetry.

        

     

     

    Kitchen, Division 3 ($140,100)BAREVILLE KITCHEN & DESIGN

    Small and dark kitchen was expanded to create more space and light for entertaining guests, with large island and a bar area added to the living room to connect the two-spaces and create an open great room.

               

     

     

    Outdoor Living, Division 1 ($106,000) - KNUTSEN LANDSCAPING

    New, expanded outdoor living area to complement the owner's pool and hot tub and afford a space to cook, relax by the fire, and watch television outside.

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    Whole House Remodel, Division 1 ($280,500) - RENOVATIONS BY GARMAN, LLC.

    Eighteenth-century farmhouse with extensive previous additions was restored to reveal original stone exterior and accommodate a wheelchair-bound child. Project included a new addition with a full basement, first-floor bedroom and bath and additional bedrooms and bathrooms on the second floor, and an open floor plan with ample windows to overlook the property.

           

     

     

    Whole House Remodel, Division 2 ($446,180) - DUFF BUILDERS

    Two-phase project that included complete restoration of historic farmhouse as well as an 800-plus square foot master suite addition, complete with vaulted ceilings, a walk-out covered porch and luxurious bath. The historic renovation incorporated design elements inspired by the popular television program Fixer Upper, such as board-and-batten siding, red metal standing-seam roofing, ship lap boards, brick herringbone tiles, and sliding barn doors (including many vintage and rustic doors collected by the homeowner) throughout the home.

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    Whole House Remodel, Division 3 ($900,000) - WENGER'S CONSTRUCTION, INC.

    A multi-faceted renovation that included: conversion of the current garage into two-story addition complete with a new family room, powder room, and expansive master suite on the second floor with sitting room and laundry room; addition of a three-car garage; front porch overhaul; rear addition to expand the dining room and add a second-story library; and new outdoor living area that features a pool with removable enclosure, covered grilling area, bar seating, outdoor fireplace and pizza oven.

               

     

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