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Our Chrysalis Awards
for Remodeling Excellence:

2017 Regional Award
Bath Remodel over $75,000


2017 National Award
Residential Interior
over $100,000


2015 Bath Remodel
under $50,000


2014 Bathroom Remodel
$40,000 - $60,000


2014 Residential Interior
over $100,000


2014 Residential Exterior
over $100,000


2014 Residential
Historic Renovation


2014 Detached Outbuilding


National Winner
2011 Outdoor Living


2011 Bath Remodel
$40K-$60K


2011 Residential Interior
under $100K


2011 Whole House Remodel
 under $250K


2011 Residential
Historic Renovation


2010 Best Outdoor Living


2010 Whole House Remodel
under $250,000


National Winner
2009 Best Green Project
$100,000 - $250,000


2009 Residential Interior

2009 Deck/Porch

2009 Best Green Project
Over $250,000


2008 Western Remodeler
 of the Year

2008 Kitchen Remodel
$40,000 - $75,000

2008 Bath Remodel
$40,000 - $60,000

2008 Addition Under $100,000

National Award
2007 Addition

$100,000 - $250,000

2007 Detached Outbuilding

2007 Residential Specialty

2006 Best Deck/Porch

2006 Best Whole House
Remodel Under $200,000

2006 Best Design Build Kitchen Remodel Over $75K

2006 Best Design Build Whole House Remodel Over $500K

2005 Best Bath Remodel
Under $50,000

2005 Best Design/Build Whole House Remodel Over $500K

Marrokal Design & Remodeling
Remodelers of San Diego, CA

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Industry Associations:
Professional Designation:

Lori Bryan, VP/COO
9474 Kearny Villa Rd. #205
San Diego, CA 92126
Phone: 619-441-9300
Fax: 858-549-9011
Website:
Marrokal.com


2014 Residential Historic Renovation
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The clients’ goal in renovating their 1929 Mission style bungalow was to be as true to the history of the home as possible, without giving up the modern day conveniences. The challenge to any home renovation is to make the new appear as seamless to the existing home. This can be accomplished through the circulation of the rooms as well as the materials used. A good example for this project is the hall bathroom, which was gutted and replaced with true period piece tiles of vibrant green and accent black borders. Arched openings were a constant in this style of architecture and were reintroduced to define the shower and tub area. The arch was also used in the doorways that divided the living room and office from the hallways. The stained arch-top doors with black hardware appear completely original to the home. The kitchen was also updated with new cabinets, appliances and fixtures but the walls remain intact to the original scheme, foregoing the more modern day open floor plan. The homeowner was insistent upon keeping the original blue color in the window frames, so they were special ordered through Sierra Pacific. The clients are now secure in knowing that their home is structurally sound without disrupting the quaint feel of their historic neighborhood.