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Our Chrysalis Awards
for Remodeling Excellence:

2015 Bath Remodel
$75,000 - $100,000

National Award
2010 Best
Residential Exterior

National Award
2008 Decade of Excellence

National Award
2008 Best Detached
Outbuilding Remodel

National Award
2007 Detached Outbuilding

2007 Addition over $250,000

2005 Co-Winner
Best Deck/Porch

2005 Best Kitchen Remodel
 Under $40,000

2005 Best Whole House
Remodel $200K-$500K

2004 Best Deck/Porch

2004 Design/Build Award
Kitchen Remodel Over $75K

2003 Special Award
Exterior Facelift

2002 Best Bath
Remodel Over $50,000

2002 Design/Build Award
Whole House Remodel
Over $500K

2002 Special Award
Kitchen Remodel Over $75K

2001 Best
Commercial Remodel

2001 Best Kitchen
Remodel Over $75K

2001 Special Award
Kitchen Remodel $40K-$75K

2001 Special Award
Whole House Remodel

2000 Best Bath
Remodel Under $50,000

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

Home Rebuilders
Remodelers of Atlanta, GA

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Industry Associations: NARI, NKBA, NAHB
Professional Designation:   CR, CKD, CBD, Registered Architect on Staff

Karen King
1629 Monroe Drive
Atlanta, GA 30324
Phone: 404-876-3000
Fax: 404-876-3400

2005 Co-Winner Best Deck/Porch

The clients wanted to remove an under scaled porch on the side of their home next to the tennis court, that had fallen into disrepair. They wanted a new porch that was more appropriate in scale to the home and materials that blended better with the existing home. The scale of the home demanded a sizeable porch, and the new structure measures 24 X 24 and incorporates a wood-burning fireplace with raised stone hearth. Large elliptical trim work at each roof dormer recalls the curved brackets of the existing home in a new interpretation on the screened porch. A standing seam metal roof in dark bronze was selected to complete the porch and blend the new structure into the cedar shake shingles at the existing home. Mimicking the details of the existing chimneys on the home, the stucco chimney steps in as it extends. The stone fireplace is constructed of Tennessee fieldstone. On the exterior, the stone has been articulated to create a shallow reveal adding a textural element to the base of the chimney before it transitions to stucco at the eave line. This new porch is a woodland interpretation of the large screened porches with ocean views common to the homes in Seaside and Rosemary Beach, Florida.