“Gehman Design Remodeling Earns NARI CotY Award”
Harleysville, PA – Dennis Gehman, president of Gehman Design Remodeling (GDR) is pleased to announce that they have been recognized by the Bucks Mont chapter of the National Association of the Remodeling Industry (NARI) for doing exceptional work. GDR was in the running for a CotY (Contractor of the Year) award in the category, Residential Interior under $100,000 at the annual Bucks Mont NARI “Evening of Excellence” dinner.
GDR was awarded a first place CotY award in the category Residential Interior under $100,000. The project that won the award was designing and installation of a Bar in a Basement. The client wanted the bar to feel elegant, warm and inviting, and to not have a commercial bar feel. Details such as the tin ceiling, wood soffit and lighting coordinate to make the bar meet and exceed the client’s expectations. A regional CotY award was also given to this project. The project is now in the running for a national CotY award. The national award winner will be announced at the “Evening of Excellence” being held at the Gaylord Texan Resort & Convention Center in Grapevine, Texas.
Dennis Gehman, president of Gehman Design Remodeling said, “We are honored to be noticed by our peers within the remodeling industry for these projects. Our focus is to provide first class design and craftsmanship for each of our clients whether we win an award or not. Satisfied clients are the future of our business.”
Two other projects by Gehman Design Remodeling were recognized as “Meritorious” award winners this year as well.
Congratulations is in order to our entire design team and our outstanding craftsman.
Don’t hesitate to contact Gehman Design Remodeling for your next remodeling project. Who knows? It could be the next award winning project.
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