12.12.2012

Teakwood Builders wins national awards



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Area custom home builder and remodeler Teakwood Builders was awarded two National Kitchen and Bath Association (NKBA) design awards at the local Tri-State Chapter NKBA Designer Awards in Saratoga Springs. The awards included Best New Kitchen up to 300 Square Feet and Best Remodeled Bathroom up to 300 Square Feet.  

Founded in 1996, Teakwood Builders provides the Capital Region with custom luxury building and remodeling, and historic renovations for both residential and commercial clients. 

This was the chapter’s first Designer Awards Extravaganza and Ceremony. The event was held at the Holiday Inn in downtown Saratoga. Area members entered their projects in the categories of Best New Kitchen, Best Remodel Kitchen, Best New Bathroom and Best Remodel Bathroom, for spaces ranging from less than 150 square feet, 151 to 300 square feet and more than 300 square feet. 

Present at the ceremony was Teakwood’s newest team member, interior design consultant Eva Anderson.

“These two awards are really significant to us right now, and do a lot to introduce our new kitchen and bathroom design services,” said Jim Sasko, founder and president of Teakwood Builders. “We’re thrilled to have Eva on board, and winning these two awards is proof that Eva’s work is amazing and right in line with the standards of custom home building/remodeling our clients have come to expect.”

The NKBA is the only trade association dedicated exclusively to the kitchen and bath industry, and is the leading source of information and education for professionals in the industry. Learn more about the New York Tri-State chapter at http://www.nytristatenkba.org/.

For information on Teakwood Builders, visit http://www.teakwoodbuilders.com/.

--Jennie

1 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Very cool. Teak is the way to go when it comes to quality outdoor wood furniture that can endure any climate and last forever!
-Jon

Wednesday, August 14, 2013 9:42:00 PM 

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