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Klassen Remodeling & Design

Wins two NARI "Remodeler of the Year" awards


Klassen Remodeling & Designs, a homeowner remodeling company in Butler, recently won two Silver 2018 Remodeler of the Year awards from the Milwaukee chapter of the National Association of the Remodeling Industry (NARI).

The awards mark consecutive years of NARI honors, after Klassen Remodeling & Design won two NARI Silver awards for 2017 projects. The firm also received a prestigious 2018 Guildmaster Award for service excellence, based on customer surveys by an independent rating agency.

“We are thrilled and honored by these newest NARI awards, as they reflect the judgment and expertise of our industry peers,” said Ron Klassen, CAPS, CKBR, and lead designer of Klassen Remodeling & Design. “Our goal with every project is to achieve results worthy of winning an award, but most of all create a new living environment that our clients are excited to call home.”

The 2018 Remodeler of the Year honors recognized projects at two homes in Elm Grove.

In the category “Residential Kitchen $60,001 to $100,000,” the homeowner wanted their original kitchen of 30 years updated with expanded storage space, counter area, and a roomier overall environment to accommodate multiple cooks and entertaining.

In the category “Residential Historical Renovation/Restoration Under $250,000,” Klassen Remodeling & Design updated a living room and sunroom in a 76-year-old home, using sustainable materials to create warm, inviting spaces.

“Both these award-winning projects posed significant challenges that tested the ingenuity of our team and our remodeling partners,” Klassen said. “The real rewards come not from the honors themselves, but rather from our clients who were so appreciative of their new living spaces.”


Klassen Remodeling & Design
12424 W. Lancaster Ave.

Butler, WI 53007

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