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Our Chrysalis Awards
for Remodeling Excellence

2022 Regional Award
Residential Historic Renovation
over $300,000


2019 Regional Award
Kitchen Remodel
over $150,000


2018 Decade
of Excellence


2017 National Award
Residential Historic Renovation

2016 National Award
Commercial Remodel
Team Award


2015 Whole House Remodel
over $1 Million


2014 National Winner
Whole House Remodel
Over $1 Million

2014 Green
Remodeling Project


2014 Whole House Remodel
$250,000-$500,000


2013 National Winner
Whole House $250K-$500K

2013 Whole House
$500K-$1 Million

2013 Whole House
over $1 Million

2012 Best Residential
Exterior over $100,000

2012 Best
Outdoor Living


2012 Best
Whole House Remodel
$250,000 - $500,000


2011 Whole House Remodel
$250,000 - $500,000


2009 Whole House
Remodel $500K - $1 Million


2007 Whole House
Remodel over $500K


2007 Whole House
Remodel $200 - $500K


2006 Best Whole House
Remodel Over $500K

2005 Best
Commercial Remodel

2002 Best
Commercial Remodel

2000 Best Residential
Historic Renovation

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

Allen Construction
Remodelers of Santa Barbara, CA

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Industry Associations: Santa Barbara Contractors Association, Ventura County Contractors Association, Green Building Alliance, The Sustainability Project
Professional Designation: LEED AP

Aaron Pick
Allen Construction
201 N. Milpas Street
Santa Barbara, CA 93103
Phone: 805-884-8777
Fax: 805-884-0029
Website: www.buildallen.com

 



2022 Regional Award
Residential Historic Renovation
over $300,000

Only two weeks after these owners moved from the East Coast into their recently purchased house, a tragic mud flow caused by a large wildfire in the local mountains, followed by torrential rains destroyed one third of their home. As a result, their plans for a minor remodel became a disaster recovery
 
The rear yard, significantly devastated by the mud flow, is now one of the most eye-catching parts of the home. It includes a pool with spa, fire pit, lounge seating, and small outdoor kitchen/ BBQ. A reinforced retaining wall was added to the back yard to prevent future flooding and debris flow from the adjacent creek. It adds a beautiful framework for the garden. The wall of French doors on the refurbished sunroom showcases spectacular views of the new pool, garden with antique yellow roses, and the mountains beyond.