Award Winning Remodelers

At the recent GHBA Houston’s Best Prism Award gala, several remodelers were among those honored as “Houston’s Best”. The Prism awards have been honoring the building industry’s best for over 30 years.

This year’s gala included remodeling awards for whole house renovations, kitchen remodels, bathroom remodels, specialty rooms and outdoor living spaces. Whether named as winners or award finalists, this group of remodelers display professionalism and excellence in their work as well as in their marketing endeavors.

John Gillette, Craftsmanship by John Remodeler Grand Award Photo courtesy of Ideal Consulting Services

Craftsmanship by John was the Remodeler Grand award winner. In addition to winning the award for best remodeled bathroom under $50,000 they were also finalists for the remodeled bathroom over $50,000, remodeled kitchen over $100,000, and best specialty room awards.

LaRocque Construction & Remodeling was the Remodeler Grand finalist. They also won the best outdoor living space award and were finalists for remodeled bathroom under $50,000.

Cam Construction was awarded the best remodeled specialty room; Charanza Contracting received an award for a bathroom over $50,000; Keechi Creek Builders took home the award for whole house renovation and Lippold Custom Homes was the recipient of remodeled kitchen under $100,000.

Other awardees included Chuck Morris Coastal Homes, Greymark Construction, Legal Eagle Contractors, Morning Star Builders, Texas Custom Patios, and William Shaw and Associates.



Award winning Remodeled Bathroom by Craftsmanship by John Photo courtesy of Craftsmanship by John

These professional remodelers, as well as other members of the Remodelers Council consistently strive to be the best by offering expert services in all areas of their businesses and in their relationships with their clients. From initial contact through final completion of their projects, these remodelers strive to ensure complete customer satisfaction.

When not working on their award winning projects, many of these Remodelers Council members spend their time volunteering to help Houstonians less fortunate than themselves. These volunteer projects include Remodelers Council sponsored charity events or individual volunteer activities such as serving on the board of the Open Door Mission.

GHBA_RCThe Remodelers Council of the Greater Houston Builders Association is an organization of remodelers and industry professionals. We are dedicated to the promotion of excellence and professionalism within the industry, and public awareness of the Remodelers Council. We achieve this through education, certification and service to the membership, industry and the community. Members of the Remodelers Council give back to the Houston community by participating in an annual charity project. The Remodelers Council holds an annual Garage Sale at the September Texas Home and Garden Show with proceeds going to their local charity project. To join the council or to find a professional remodeler in your area, please visit the GHBA website.

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