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Our Chrysalis Awards
for Remodeling Excellence:

2005 Best Design/Build Bath Remodel Under $50,000

2005 Southern Remodeler of the Year

2005 State Remodeler of the Year

2005 Best Residential Specialty Item

2004 Best Finished Basement

2003 Design/Build Award Room Remodel

2001 Best Whole House Remodel $200K-$500K

2000 Special Award Residential Historic Renovation

Fisher Group
Remodelers of Annandale, VA

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Industry Associations: NARI, NKBA, ASID
Professional Designation: CR, CKD

Peggy Fisher
4119 Chatelain Rd.
Annandale, VA 22003
Phone: 703-750-1151
Fax: 703-256-2516

2005 Southern Remodeler of the Year

The Remodeler of the Year category is always the most rewarding category to judge…but also the most difficult. It is always a challenge to select one winner from among many who are so worthy. The criteria for Remodeler of the Year, simply put, is…how much you give and give-back. It’s how much you give your customers through your talents, how much you give your suppliers through your loyalty and solid business practices, how much you give back to your industry through your time and involvement, and how much you give back to your community. Each Remodeler of the Year entrant has relative strengths in each category, but the winners reflect those companies who, in the judge’s opinion, are the strongest in the most areas, with emphasis given to the most current year.

The purpose of the Remodeler of the Year category is to encourage the true professionals to raise their hand and volunteer to be examples. Just as a winning project should inspire those who see it, the Remodelers of the Year should inspire others to follow their lead. By entering the Remodeler of the Year category, a company is agreeing to be an example.

The kind of company that wins this award would be willing to help you, even if you were a competitor in their market. They would do this to raise the professionalism of this industry and allow you to enjoy the benefits that accrue to those who do it right.

These are companies and individuals that any community would be proud to have, and we’re proud to honor them.