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Our Chrysalis Awards
for Remodeling Excellence:

2016 Award
Bath Remodel under $50,000


2015 Kitchen Remodel
$100,000 - $150,000


2015 Kitchen Remodel
over $150,000


2012 Best Bath Remodel
over $60,000


2009 Kitchen Remodel
$50,000 - $75,000


2009 Bath Remodel
Over $60,000


2008 Whole House
Remodel Under $200,000


National Award

2007 National
Remodeler of the Year


2006 Best Addition
over $250,000


2006 Best Room Addition
Under $100,000


2006 Iowa
Remodeler of the Year


2005 Midwest
Remodeler of the Year


2005 Iowa
Remodeler of the Year


2005 Special Award Whole House Remodel $200K-$500K

2004 Midwest
Remodeler of the Year


2004 Iowa
Remodeler of the Year


2004 Best Deck/Porch

2004 Special Award
Kitchen Remodel $40K-$75K


2003 Best Residential
Historic Renovation


2002 Best Deck/Porch

Silent Rivers Design + Build
Remodelers of Clive,
Iowa
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Industry Associations: NAHB, NARI
Professional Designation: CGR, LEED AP, CAPS

Chaden Halfhill
9205 Swanson Boulevard
Clive, Iowa 50325
Phone: 515-266-6702
Fax: 515-334-0664
Website:
www.silentrivers.com/

2006 Best Addition over $250,000

Maintaining the charm of this quaint colonial brick home was a prerequisite for this room addition. The clients wanted a large gathering space for family and friends, but desired to capture the same scale and intimacy of the current rooms. Throughout the process, the cilents emphasized their commitment to supporting a high level of craftsmanship above size. In fact, the addition's scope shifted from an overbearing two-story solution to a tightly executed single story addition. To maximize light into the original dining room, the family room was defined as a separate structure that is stitched to the house with a glass breezeway. This breezeway serves as a circulation zone that provides access to the basement, establishes an "open mudroom" at the entry, provides a more "public" bathroom solution and creates flexible space between the old and new where the family can serve food when entertaining.