Awards & Accolades

custom craft contractors receives 2014 coty award

Guildmaster Awards

Winner in 2014, 2015, and 2016
GuildQuality, an independent customer satisfaction surveying company, has awarded Custom Craft Contractors with GuildMaster Awards for three consecutive years for exemplary customer service.

The GuildMaster Awards recognize service excellence in the building, remodeling, contracting, and real estate professions. Each year, GuildQuality gives special recognition to the companies that demonstrate an ability to deliver a consistently superior customer experience.
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Best of Houzz

Winner in Design and Service in 2015 and 2016
Each year, only 3% of professionals are recognized on Houzz for excellence in customer service and for superior project design. For the past two years, Custom Craft Contractors was honored for both.

The Best of Service award is based on the number and quality of client reviews that a professional received in the preceding year. Currently, Custom Craft Contractors has over 30 five-star reviews. The Best of Design award winners’ work is the most popular among Houzz users. Click here to take a look through the photos that earned Custom Craft Contractors the Best of Houzz in 2015 and 2016.

CotY Awards

Winner in 2009, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, and 2016
2014 Regional Winner — Entire House Under $250k
Green Door Interiors
The winning project—a full renovation of a North Wales Pa. residence—was for a busy family of five. This project, completed with Green Door Interiors, also received a Meritorious Award at the local level. Custom Craft Contractors will advance to the national competition, along with other regional winners. The winners of the National CotY awards will be announced on March 28th at NARI’s Evening of Excellence.
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2013 Local Winner — Residential Addition Over $250k “Aging-in-Place” Project
Wes Carver Electric, JFA Architecture
As our parents get older, we worry about how best to care for them. These homeowners were no different and for years struggled with this particular concern. Mom was living out-of-state and finding it increasingly difficult to manage the daily tasks of maintaining a household. Mom agreed that it would be best to move in with her son and family. In doing so, mom could maintain a high level of independence and also benefit from the assistance of a loving family — a separate generational suite addition was the perfect fit.
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2012 Local and Regional Winner — Bathroom Renovation Under $30k
Lifestyles Design
The CotY Award winning bathroom was a collaborative effort between Custom Craft Contractors and Interior Decorator, Pat Nunan, owner of Lifestyles Design. For this project, the two companies teamed to create a barrier free, wheelchair-accessible bathroom for a homeowner diagnosed with Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS), often referred to as “Lou Gehrig’s Disease.”
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2011 Local and Regional Winner — Residential Interior Under $100k
For this project, the homeowners envisioned a comfortable home environment where they could unwind after a long work day, or entertain friends and family on the weekends. The unfinished basement provided the floor space they needed to create their retreat.

The home theatre, wrap around couch, and gas fireplace help create ambiance for the couple to enjoy a relaxing evening together. The ‘pub’ style bar, card table room, and open floor plan easily accommodate friends and family for entertaining. The result – a true oasis!
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2010 Meritorious Winner — Residential Interior Under $100k
The couple purchased a single-story home, and planned for a significant renovation to make the interior more accommodating. The existing modest-sized kitchen was expanded and its design was updated to improve functionality for multiple cooks; this included the addition of an island for added workspace and seating for guests. The wall between the kitchen and the living room was eliminated to bring the two spaces together and to create a more dynamic living space. In the bedroom, the master bath facilities were expanded to accommodate the couple’s desire for a more open and inviting feel.
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2009 Local and Regional Winner — Residential Kitchen $60-$100k
Architectural and Interior Design by Gwen Cukierski, Project Designer
In this award winning kitchen remodeling project, we took a kitchen that was isolated, cramped, and dark and converted it into a bright, open environment conducive to both meal preparation and family conversation.

At the first consultation, it was apparent that the split-level layout needed a dramatic restructuring to achieve the family’s desire to spend more time together in their home. By creating a floor plan that brought mom, dad, and kids back to a common living space, the family could multitask, allowing for more quality time spent together.
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