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Our Chrysalis Awards
for Remodeling Excellence:

2019 Regional Award
Kitchen Remodel
over $150,000


2018 Decade
of Excellence


2017 National Award
Residential Historic Renovation

2016 National Award
Commercial Remodel
Team Award


2015 Whole House Remodel
over $1 Million


2014 National Winner
Whole House Remodel
Over $1 Million

2014 Green
Remodeling Project


2014 Whole House Remodel
$250,000-$500,000


2013 National Winner
Whole House $250K-$500K

2013 Whole House
$500K-$1 Million

2013 Whole House
over $1 Million

2012 Best Residential
Exterior over $100,000


2012 Best
Outdoor Living


2012 Best
Whole House Remodel
$250,000 - $500,000


2011 Whole House Remodel
$250,000 - $500,000


2009 Whole House
Remodel $500K - $1 Million


2007 Whole House
Remodel over $500K


2007 Whole House
Remodel $200 - $500K


2006 Best Whole House
Remodel Over $500K

2005 Best
Commercial Remodel

2002 Best
Commercial Remodel

2000 Best Residential
Historic Renovation

2000 Best Whole House
 Remodel $200K-$500K

 

 

Allen Construction
Remodelers of Santa Barbara, CA

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Industry Associations: Santa Barbara Contractors Association, Ventura County Contractors Association, Green Building Alliance, The Sustainability Project
Professional Designation:  LEED AP

Bryan Henson
Allen Construction
201 N. Milpas Street
Santa Barbara, CA 93103
Phone: 805-884-0100
Fax: 805-884-0029
Website: www.buildallen.com 

 

2006 Best Whole House Remodel Over $500K

What began as a small kitchen and bathroom remodel of this home, originally build in 1896, turned into a $1.8 million whole house remodel once it was discovered that the original post and beam foundation did not meet current seismic codes. An entire new foundation, new floors, and a new roof were installed. All doors and windows were refurbished and received new hardware. While the project does not technically qualify as an historic restoration, all modifications made to the home were done with respect for its original Arts and Crafts design, returning the beauty and quality lost over decades of wear and alterations.