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Morse Remodeling honored for customer satisfaction

Kris Stevens, left, lead interior designer for Morse Remodeling Inc. and Custom Homes of Davis, and architect Andrea Montalbano are among the professionals who share the "Best Of Remodeling" award from Houzz, an online platform for residential remodeling and design. Courtesy photo

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From page A7 | January 27, 2013 |

Morse Remodeling Inc. and Custom Homes of Davis has been awarded “Best Of Remodeling” 2013 by Houzz, an online platform for residential remodeling and design.

The residential design-build firm, established in 1993 by owner Marty Morse, is celebrating 20 years of remodeling homes in Yolo, Sacramento and Solano counties. Morse was chosen by the more than 11 million monthly users who comprise the Houzz community.

The Houzz “Best Of Remodeling” award for 2013 is given in two categories: customer satisfaction and design. Customer satisfaction award winners are based on homeowner members who rated their experience working with remodeling professionals in 12 categories ranging from architects and interior designers to contractors and other residential remodeling professionals.

Design award winners’ work was the most popular among the community of 11 million monthly users, also known as “Houzzers,” who saved more than 124 million professional images of home interiors and exteriors to their personal ideabooks via the Houzz site, iPad/iPhone app and Android app.

Morse Remodeling Inc. and Custom Homes provides professional architectural and interior design services for projects ranging from kitchen and bathroom renovations to new home design and construction. Morse is being recognized by Houzz for its customer satisfaction rating.

Morse employs 10 full-time professionals, including a licensed architect, interior designers, estimator, project managers and carpenters. Morse also was recently recognized by the Sacramento National Association of Remodeling chapter as the recipient of the Judge’s Choice Award at the Contractor of the Year banquet, for designing and constructing a kitchen renovation in Davis.

“Houzz provides homeowners with an in-depth, 360-degree view of building, remodeling and design professionals through images of their work, reviews and an opportunity to interact with them directly in the Houzz community,” said Liza Hausman, vice president of community. “We’re delighted to recognize Morse Remodeling Inc among our ‘Best Of’ professionals for exceptional customer service as judged by our community of homeowners and design enthusiasts who are actively remodeling and decorating their homes.”

Morse expressed delight at receiving the award.

“Our customers have enjoyed using the online platform to research design ideas that inspire them to renovate their own unique spaces,” he said. “This allows our designers to develop concepts that are reflecting the client’s interests and tastes.”

With Houzz, homeowners can identify not only the top-rated professionals like Morse Remodeling, but also those whose work matches their own aspirations for their home. Homeowners also can evaluate professionals by contacting them directly on the Houzz platform, asking questions about their work and evaluating their responses to questions from others in the Houzz community.

For more information, visit www.houzz.com.

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