DES PLAINES, Ill. - The National Association of the Remodeling Industry (NARI) recently named 152 Regional CotY (Contractor of the Year)TM Winners from the 2013 competition, of which 19 were team members. Judging for the regional projects took place at NARI's national headquarters in Des Plaines, Illinois. <br />
Kade Homes & Renovations of Cumming pickd up three awards and RD Endeavors, LLC, of Buford picked up one.<br />
Contractors from seven regions around the country vie for CotY Awards on an annual basis. National winners will be announced and honored at NARI's Evening of ExcellenceSM reception on Friday, April 12, at the Intercontinental Kansas City at the Plaza, in Kansas City, Mo. <br />
All projects in the CotY awards program are an improvement or an addition to an existing structure, with the exception of one category, "Residential Exterior Specialty." Otherwise, new construction projects were not eligible.<br />
The full list of 2013 Regional CotY Award Winners is available on NARI's Website. <br />
Consumers may wish to search www.NARI.org to find a qualified professional who is a member of NARI or call NARI National at (847) 298-9200 and request a free copy of NARI's brochure, "How to Select a Remodeling Professional."
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