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Our Chrysalis Awards
for Remodeling Excellence:

2018 Regional Best
Residential Universal Design

2017 Regional Award
Residential Universal Design

2015 National Award
Bath Remodel over $100,000


2014 National Award
Best Kitchen Remodel
over $100,000


2013 National Award
Whole House Remodel
$500,000 - $1 Million


2013 National Award
Residential Universal Design


2012 Best Bath Remodel
over $60,000

Co-Winner

National Award

2011 Bath Remodel
over $60K


National Award

2010 Best Kitchen Remodel
Over $100,000


National Award
2010 Best Whole House Remodel $500K - $1 Million

2006 Bath Remodel
over $50,000

2006 Bath Remodel
over $50,000

2006 Finished Basement

2006 Special Room Addition Over $100,000

Carnemark Design + Build
Remodelers of Bethesda, MD

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Industry Associations: NARI, NKBA, RAR
Professional Designation: CR, CKD

7550 Wisconsin Ave,
Suite 120
Bethesda, MD 20814
Phone: 301-657-5000
Fax: 301-657-5070
Website: Carnemark.com


2010 Best Whole House Remodel $500,000 - $1 Million
National Award Winner

The clients wanted what most every 1930’s-era homeowner does…a larger kitchen, functional dining room, upgraded master suite and convenient home office. A gracious front foyer and a rear family entrance rounded out their wish list. The relocated front entrance, complete with mahogany door, custom rough-sawn posts and copper roof, provides a warm welcome. The former garage was downsized to allow for more two-story space, where another dormer fits right in. Inside, flow was the big issue. Relocating the front entrance offered ample room for a gracious foyer-with clear sight lines to the expanded dining room and comfortable living room. The kitchen area grew as the hub of the home. Classic cherry cabinetry, stainless appliances and a honed limestone countertop feel right at home within the new space. With such a large scope of work, the opportunity for energy retrofitting became obvious. Upgrades included spray-foam insulation, a high-efficiency HVAC and air purification system, energy-star appliances, and energy-efficient windows throughout. Other materials, such as the kitchen’s recycled glass backsplash and cork floor, were chosen for their sustainable qualities.