Peter Feinmann was recently interviewed for a Pro Spotlight in Houzz.
The article focused on opening up your indoor spaces using these tips:
1. Go Big With Your Moves
Think about ways to open up space in your house by taking out walls or rooms. “Remove something or give up something to let in more light and create more connectivity,” says Feinmann, who encourages homeowners to try out big ideas.
2. Deftly Define Spaces
“Keep the spaces [in your home] defined so they don’t bleed into each other,” Feinmann says. Even with an open floor plan, you still want people to feel comfortable and cozy.
3. Spotlight Gathering Places
Add windows and light to create spaces where family and guests will want to gather. Adding a wall of windows and glass doors can completely brighten the room. A two-tiered central island can offer extended seating for welcome guests.
See the complete spotlight here.
Feinmann, Inc. recently received the Best of Houzz 2019 for Service award by Houzz, the leading platform for remodeling and design. Awarded by a community of over 40 million monthly users, the Best of Houzz Service honors home remodeling and design professionals for customer service excellence based on several factors, including top ratings on Houzz and client reviews submitted in 2018.
The Best of Houzz badge is awarded annually, in three categories: Design, Customer Service and Photography. A “Best Of Houzz 2019” badge appears on winners’ profiles to help homeowners identify popular and top-rated home professionals on Houzz locally and around the world.
“A driving force at Feinmann, Inc. is our commitment to customer service and acting as a fierce advocate on behalf of our clients when it comes to remodeling their homes into a space they love for the way they live. We are honored to receive this award,” said Peter Feinmann, Owner of Feinmann, Inc.
The National Association of the Remodeling Industry (NARI) named Feinmann, Inc. a 2019 Northeast Regional CotY winner in the Residential Exterior $100,000 to $200,000 category of its annual awards competition. Our winning project was the addition of grand 14×37 porch for a family of three in Newton, MA built by Feinmann and designed by Richard Brown Architects. The new porch extends the footprint of their Colonial home and balances comfort, durability, and low maintenance with style while adding two main living areas; a sitting area and dining area. Learn more about our project here.
Each year, NARI presents CotY awards to members who have demonstrated outstanding work through their remodeling projects. Judging is based on problem-solving, functionality, aesthetics, craftsmanship, innovation, and degree of difficulty by an impartial panel of industry experts.
“We are truly honored to receive this award. The family of three told us that they use this space almost every day for three seasons a year. The porch addition extends the footprint of their home truly making it a place for family time and entertainment,” said Peter Feinmann, President of Feinmann.
Feinmann, Inc. is honored to have received the Silver 2018 PRISM Award for Best Bathroom Remodel between $75k and $125k. The PRISM Awards recognize the finest projects and outstanding achievements of builders, developers, project owners, architects, land planners, marketing/advertising firms, interior designers, remodelers, and other professionals in the home building industry.
Our winning project called “Minimalistic Masterpiece Meets Modern Warmth” showcases the transformation of a once traditional, second-floor, family bathroom into a clean, open and modern space for the family to enjoy.
See the 2018 PRISM Awards Book of Winners.
See the full project description and gallery here.
Feinmann, Inc. recently won a prestigious, national, Qualified Remodeler Master Design Award. Showcasing creative solutions in the construction of extraordinary projects, we won a Gold Award in the Category of Kitchen More Than $150,000.
The project called “Hosting Haven Meets Artistic Angles” was the transformation of a once cramped kitchen with limited prep and storage space, a cramped kitchen and cluttered dining room, to a beautiful, open space for entertaining and gathering of friends and family.
See the full project description and gallery here.
See the award article in Qualified Remodelers.
Feinmann was recently awarded the NARI National CotY Award for Residential Kitchen $100,001 to $150,000, for the Boston condo located at Commonwealth Ave. in Boston, MA. This award is presented annually to 40 members who have demonstrated exceptional work throughout their remodeling projects, and dedication and commitment to “Remodeling Done Right” which is NARI’s promise and tagline. An impartial panel of judges, who are experts within the industry and associated fields, selected winners based on problem solving, functionality, aesthetics, craftsmanship, innovation, the degree of difficulty and entry presentation.
“We are truly honored to receive this award. Truthfully, the credit goes to our amazing team of in-house architects, designers, and builders who creatively delivered a solution that spoke to the needs of the client and how they use the space. Saying this project was transformational is an understatement”, said Peter Feinmann, President of Feinmann and Board Member of EM NARI.
We’re excited to announce that Feinmann was recently named a 2018 Regional CotY winner. Presented by NARI (National Association of the Remodeling Industry) Feinmann was selected as a Region 1 Northeast winner for Residential Kitchen remodels ranging between $100,001 and $150,000.
Out of 400 entries, the CotY (Contractor of the Year) award was granted to Feinmann for our work on a Boston condo kitchen remodel at Commonwealth Avenue.
Implementing white lacquer cabinets, Caesarstone countertops and herringbone laid tile, the judges were impressed with Feinmann’s complete transformation of this modern, streamlined space — which also won a 2017 Gold PRISM Award for Best Kitchen Remodel.
“We are really proud that this project has been recognized by the Remodeling Industry. Our Design and Production Teams worked so well together to create this wonderful project.”
See other award winning projects by Feinmann here.
Feinmann was recognized for professional excellence with two coveted Gold PRISM Awards and one Silver PRISM Award at the BRAGB gala event on October 12, 2017. Hosted by the Builders and Remodelers Association of Greater Boston (BRAGB), the PRISM Awards celebrate the finest projects and outstanding achievements of builders, developers, architects, remodelers and interior designers.
Feinmann won one Gold PRISM Award in the category Best Kitchen Remodel between $125,000 and $150,000 for our Glossy Galley project in Boston. Feinmann won Silver in the category Best Kitchen Remodel between $150,000 and $200,000 for our Arlington kitchen project. Finally, Feinmann’s other Gold PRISM Award was in the category Best Bath between $75,000 and $125,000 for our Venerated Victorian Master Bath in Newton.
“We are delighted to have received two Gold PRISM Awards from the Builders and Remodelers Association of Greater Boston. In this business it is always a team that earns the honors. I thank my team here at Feinmann for their conscientious attention to detail and dedication to customer service,” said Feinmann President, Peter Feinmann. 2017 marks Feinmann Inc.’s 30th year in business.
Feinmann’s award-winning project in Concord is featured in the Fall 2017 issue of Boston HOME on pages 110-114 and on their blog, written by Marni Elyse Katz with photography by Nat Rea Photography.
Qualified Remodelers Magazine recently announced their annual list of The Top 500 Remodelers in the U.S. Feinmann was one of 13 companies from Massachusetts ranked on the list at #283. The list includes design/build firms like Feinmann as well as window and door companies, roofers, and other companies in the construction industry reporting revenue from their remodeling jobs. Overall the list shows that the remodeling industry is busy servicing customers nationwide.
Feinmann participates in QR’s survey and ranking as well as Remodeling Magazine’s annual list. “Participating help us see how our peers and competitors are running their companies. These competitions help us see how we can better serve our clients and improve their experience,” said Peter Feinmann, founder and President of Feinmann, Inc.