NAHB Remodelers Awards Offer New Opportunities to Showcase Projects

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The NAHB Remodeling Awards recognize the industry's finest work in residential remodeling. And NAHB has created even more opportunities for remodelers to gain recognition for superior craftsmanship. New project-based categories were created to honor various achievements in aging-in-place design, as well as innovations for accessory dwelling units, additions, outdoor living and creative use areas, which could include converting a non-traditional space (such as a barn or a car repair shop) into a daily living space. "I think the new categories open up a broader range for remodelers to receive more well-deserved acknowledgement for their achievements," said Steve Cunningham, CAPS, CGP, president of Cunningham Contracting Inc. and the 2021 NAHB Remodelers Chair. "These new categories offer valuable opportunities for recognition because at the end of the day, winning a national award is an amazing selling tool for you and your business." Applications are now open in the following categories:
  • Home Kitchen Remodel
  • Home Kitchen Remodel – Aging in Place
  • Home Bath Remodel
  • Home Bath Remodel - Aging in Place
  • Home Addition
  • Entire Home Renovation
  • Entire Home Renovation - Aging in Place
  • Residential Accessory Dwelling Unit
  • Outdoor Living Space
  • Creative Use of Living Space
To recognize the outstanding projects that did not have the opportunity to apply previously, the Remodeling Awards is open to projects completed between Jan. 1, 2016, and Oct. 18, 2021. More information on criteria, application guidelines and judging is available on the Remodeling Awards page on nahb.org or the awards portal at awards.nahb.org. Award winners will be recognized during the 2022 NAHB International Builders’ Show® (IBS). The application deadline is Oct. 18. NAHB Remodelers members and CAPS designees receive a discount on entry fees. Ferguson is the Exclusive Premier Sponsor of the NAHB Remodeling Awards.

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