Tuesday, July 7, 2009

Good Home Construction Wins Two 2009 Chrysalis Awards

This was our first national remodeling competition, and we are honored to win two regional awards, one for Best Kitchen Under $50,000 and the other for Best Bathroom Under $40,000.




To see the award-winning kitchen remodel, click here.

To see the award-winning bathroom remodel, click here.



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GOOD HOME CONSTRUCTION WINS TWO 2009 CHRYSALIS AWARDS

ANAHEIM, Calif. – July 06, 2009Good Home Construction, a small general construction company that specializes in restoring and renovating historical and architecturally significant homes in Southern California, is honored to win two 2009 Chrysalis Regional Awards for Best Kitchen Under $50,000 and Best Bathroom Under $40,000.

“This is our first time entering in a national competition, and to win in these highly competitive categories is quite an achievement,” said Chuck Kensicki, responsible managing officer. “This is a testament to our abilities to create award-winning spaces. We look forward to continue delivering high quality craftsmanship and exceeding the expectations of our clients.”

Since 1993, the Chrysalis Awards have been recognizing the finest remodeling projects around the country that reflect the professional excellence of the residential and commercial remodeling industry. Judged by editors and writers of Better Homes & Gardens, Woman’s Day Home Remodeling & Makeovers, Southern Living Magazine and Sunset Magazine, this year’s winners were selected from over 504 entries. The entries were judged on overall design, the creative use of space and materials, and the degree to which the project enhanced the original structure.

“Winning awards in multiple categories is difficult to do. Not only does this speak to Good Home Construction’s versatility, but to their commitment to quality on every project. Additionally, this was the first year they have entered the awards, and to take home top honors on their first attempt is impressive,” says Ken Kanline, director of the Chrysalis Awards.

The company’s award in the kitchen category is for a newly renovated, period-appropriate kitchen incorporating modern appliances in a 1934 Tudor Revival. The award in the bathroom category is for expanding and upgrading a dilapidated bathroom with all the vintage styling typical in the 1920s-era of a Craftsman Cottage Bungalow.

About the Chrysalis Awards
The Chrysalis Awards program, begun in 1993, recognizes the nation’s best work in seventeen general categories of residential remodeling, as well as regional and national Remodeler of the Year winners. Pictures of the 2009 award-winning projects can be seen on the internet at www.chrysalisawards.com beginning in late June. For more information about the Chrysalis Awards, contact Ken Kanline at 800-854-7736.

About Good Home Construction

Founded in 2004, Good Home Construction is a small Orange County-based design-build general contractor business that specializes in the renovation, restoration and remodeling of vintage historic homes. The company’s founders and management team, husband and wife, Chuck Kensicki and Katherine Wu, have a real passion for preserving and restoring historical homes built before 1955. They have developed a stable list of clients who have benefited from the company’s hands-on approach to quality and architectural detail. Good Home Construction’s small staff of two to five full-time employees has worked diligently on a number of impressive historical residential projects, including historical Mills Act homes throughout Orange County. For more information about Good Home Construction, please call 714-743-5053 or visit www.goodhomeconstruction.com.


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