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Our Chrysalis Awards
for Remodeling Excellence:

2021 Regional Award
Kitchen Remodel
$75,000 - $150,000
 

2021 Regional Award
Whole House Remodel
$300,000 - $700,000

 2021 Regional Award
Historic Renovation

2020 National Award
Residential Interior
$150,000 - $300,000

2020 National Award
Outdoor Living over $75,000

 2020 Regional Award
Residential Insurance Restoration

2019 National Award
Addition under $250,000

2019 Regional Award
Kitchen Remodel
under $75,000


2018 Regional Best
Bath Remodel over $75,000


2018 Decade of Excellence

2018 National Award
Residential Insurance Restoration


2018 Regional Best
Residential Interior
$150,000 - $300,000


2017 Regional Award
Residential Specialty
Co-Winner


2016 Regional Award
Residential Exterior

2015 National Award

2015 Whole House Remodel
over $1 Million

Team Award

2014 Kitchen Remodel
over $100,000


2014 National Award
2014 Residential Interior
over $100,000


2014 Residential Interior
under $100,000


2013 Basement Remodel

2012 Best Addition
$100,000 - $250,000


2012 Best
Commercial Remodel


2011 Whole House Remodel
$250K-$500K


2011 Addition
$100,000-$250,000


2010 Best Addition
$100,000 - $250,000


2010 Best
Residential Exterior


2009 Addition
$100,000 - $250,000


2009 Residential Specialty

2009 Residential Historic Renovation

National Award
2008 Best
Residential Interior


National Award
2008 Kitchen Remodel
$75,000 - $100,000


2007 Kitchen Remodel
over $100,000


2005 Best Deck/Porch

2004 Best Kitchen Remodel
Over $75K

TreHus Builders, Inc.
Remodelers of Minneapolis,
MN
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Industry Associations:
Professional Designation:

David Amundson
3017 4th Ave. S.
Minneapolis, MN 55408
Phone: 612-729-2992
Fax: 612-729-3982
Website: www.trehus.biz

2004 Best Kitchen Remodel Over $75,000

If it’s true that the kitchen is the heart of a home, this one was in desperate need of a transplant. The small original kitchen in this 1970’s rambler came with dark cabinets, laminate countertops, a classic 1970’s orange sink, and the quarry tile floor was better suited to a restaurant kitchen. The transformation was accomplished by first creating a 12’ X 16’ addition, and modifying the existing trusses to create a ceiling height of 9’. Careful attention was given to indirect, task and display lighting. A maple floor was installed, providing continuity with the rest of the house. Full overlay cherry cabinets, granite countertops and stainless pulls complete this great look.