Source: ELAN June 2020
MICHAEL NASH EARNS NATIONAL “CONTRACTOR OF THE YEAR” AWARD | by JOHN BYRD
“Homeowners who do their homework get the best results. Knowing the details you’re looking for can be a big advantage.” –Sonny Nazemian
A sweeping family-entertainment suite introduced into an unfinished 2,400 square foot basement has won a National “Contractor of the Year” (COTY) award for Michael Nash Design Build & Homes. The award for “best basement remodel” was conferred by the National Association of the Remodeling Industry (NARI). The makeover had previously garnered top prizes from NARI’s metro DC chapter and was later selected as a category best in 12 south Atlantic states ranging from Florida to Maryland.
The design solution, which integrates an open floorplan with several independent activity and gaming zones, was executed in a three-story Victorian in Ashburn.
In acknowledging the honor, Michael Nash president and founder Sonny Nazemian points to the many ways the traditional American home is being radically changed by emerging owners’ requirements.
“Homeowners are seeking more personalized, longterm uses for their homes,” Nazemian says. “A remodeler has to meet an expanding array of needs – often arising within the same family. This requires more engineering and interior design skills than were typically available from a single source in years past. Our goal has always been to stay ahead of the curve – providing customers with an informed awareness of what is possible within a budget.” < Read More >