Superior Home Services, Inc was awarded five 2012 Contractor of the Year (CotY) Awards by the National Association of the Remodeling Industry, Metro DC Chapter (NARI Metro DC) during its annual awards competition held January 12, 2013.
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Home & Design featured Superior Home Services’ CotY award winning historic renovation at 3010 Dumbarton Street in Georgetown. The feature article, published in the March/April 2013 issue, details how Superior Home Services transformed the 1886 town house into a haven for 21st-century living.
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The Superior Home Services, Inc., historic renovation of 3010 Dumbarton has once again been recognized for superior craftsmanship. On September 19th, Daily5Remodel released an article covering the extensive remodel of the basement of the historic home. With before and after photographs of the basement, one can easily see the incredible skill that it took to complete the property. The article also included an interview with our President, Daniel Steinkoler, who provides on the ground insight into the project.
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Qualified Remodeler has released the Top 500 Remodelers 2012 list, and once again, Superior Home Services has made top grade. The list gauges the success of the remodelers nation-wide based on financial performance. This year, Superior is honored to stand at number 397 nationwide. Even better, Superior has been ranked as the second-best remodeler in the District of Columbia. More than fifty thousand invitations were send out to magazine subscribers to apply for this honor, with only the select few making the top grade. Superior remains committed to topping the ranks.
Learn more about the Qualified Remodeler’s Top 500 list here.
In a recent addition of The Georgetown Current, considerable praise was given to Superior’s 3010 Dumbarton project. The above-the-fold editorial on page 13 of the August 15th, 2012 edition describes in great detail the architectural improvements to the property by Superior Home Services by covering a full walk-through of the four bedroom house in the heart of Georgetown. The article also includes photography of both the remarkable patio and stunning kitchen renovations.
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Superior Home Services, Inc. was honored this summer with recognition by NARI’s Remodelers Journal with a full page spread. Our crown jewel of community service, the artmobile continues to serve Washington’s less fortunate children. The article details in depth the human side of the project, with an interview with our President and CEO, Daniel Steinkoler.
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The July/August 2012 edition of Home & Design Magazine included an article on one of Superior Home Services’s greatest projects to date, the Embassy of Trinidad and Tobago. The renovation of the embassy on the heart of Massachusetts Avenue highlights the award-winning service of SHS, and is recognizes for its historical important in Washington, and its striking beauty in the service of Trinidad and Tobago.
The full article can be found here.
On April 23, 2012, Superior Home Services was honored as the recipient of the National Coty Peter H. Johnson Image Award at the NARI National Spring Business Meeting in Grapevine, Texas. This prestigious honor is awarded to those companies who enhance the remodeling industry’s image nationwide. We are very proud to have received such an accolade.
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Once again, Superior Home Services, Inc. is mentioned in the Georgetown Dish!
January 14, 2012
The Georgetown Dish
“Aspiring young Picassos take note. There’s a bus traveling around Georgetown you’ll want to park your paintbrush in. Donated by the Friess family, the bus sports eco-friendly interiors courtesy of Amicus Green Building Center, a design by ACG Architects, and a build by volunteers from award-winning Georgetown-based, Superior Home Services, Inc. The Boys and Girls Club of Greater Washington (BGCGW) now has their very own traveling arts classroom.”
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