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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 


2008 Best Kitchen Remodel $75,000 - $100,000
 



This frequent traveler wanted a gourmet kitchen that would become the antithesis of the cramped airline cabin in which he spent so much time.

By removing the interior walls between the kitchen, dining and living areas, an easy living open space was created. Now light streams in from across the living areas and the private back yard can be viewed from anywhere in the living area. With full height cabinetry on both ends of the kitchen and dining room area, the space is anchored aesthetically. The rear wall of the kitchen, which looks onto the private backyard, has light colored base cabinets without uppers to visually open up the kitchen to the back yard and south light. Full height back painted glass anchors the stove and hood and provides a spot of color at the range. A professional stove, refrigerator and wall ovens, as well as plenty of counter space allows the owner to indulge in something more than airline food.