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CotY Awards 2020

NARI's 2020 CotY Awards celebrate the best remodeling has to offer, reminding us of the extraordinary work our industry is producing


May 26, 2020
This article first appeared in the May/June 2020 issue of Pro Remodeler.

It is not easy to stand out in remodeling. The industry is filled with family businesses and passionate artisans who wanted to work for themselves—people who care as much about the finished product as they do the final price. To stand above, you need more than passion and quality. You also need innovation, creativity, and resourcefulness—qualities that can be found in every one of the National Association of Remodeling Industry’s 2020 Contractor of the Year (CotY) National Award Winners. 

Whether it’s turning a deck into a fitness room or spanning a treehouse over a 12- to 20-plus-foot grade change over rocky soil (with a 55-foot walking bridge to the main structure), these remodelers and their teams exemplify the best of the industry. This year for the first time in print, Pro Remodeler magazine is happy to celebrate them in these pages.

                    Residential Kitchen                    

                        Residential Bath                    

                    Residential Intertior                   

              Residential Interior Element              

                   Residential Addition                    

                    Residential Exterior                    

            Residential Detached Structure            

                      Entire House                           

          Historical Renovation/Restoration          

                          Commercial                         

  Residential Landscape Design/Outdoor Living  

                           Basement                           

                             Green                              

                      Universal Design                      

 


Residential Kitchen

Under $30,000

$30,000-$60,000

$60,001-$100,000

$100,001-$150,000

Over $150,000

Residential Bath

Under $25,000

$25,000-$50,000

$50,001-$75,000

$75,001-$100,000

Over $100,000

Residential Interior

Under $100,000

$100,000-$250,000

$250,001-$500,000

Over $500,000

Residential Interior Element

Under $30,000

$30,000 and Over

Residential Addition

Under $100,000

$100,000-$250,000

Over $250,000

Residential Exterior

Under $50,000

$50,000-$100,000

$100,001-$200,000

Over $200,000

Residential Detached Structure

R&R Build and Design

Entire House 

Under $250,000

$500,001-$750,000

$750,001 to $1,000,000

Over $1,000,000

Historical Renovation/Restoration 

Under $250,000

$250,000 and Over

Commercial

Interior

Exterior

Specialty

Residential Landscape Design/Outdoor Living 

Under $100,000

$100,000 to $250,000

Over $250,000

Basement

Under $100,000

$100,000-$250,000

Over $250,000

Green 

Residential Exterior

Entire House/Addition Project

Universal Design

Bath

 

 


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