Amiano & Son is Awarded Remodeler of the Year for 2021 at the MAME Awards
Haddonfield, NJ – It is always an honor to get recognition for hard work in your industry. To receive that recognition from your peers is an even bigger honor. In 2021, Amiano & Son Construction, received the Remodeler of the Year award at the MAME awards hosted by The Builder’s League of South Jersey.
Since 1940, the Builders League of South Jersey (BLSJ) has been “the voice of the industry” to builders, remodelers, home improvement contractors, subcontractors, contractors, suppliers, consulting professionals and others involved in new home construction and remodeling in southern New Jersey.
Amiano & Son Construction has been proactive in setting and improving on their standards since 1968 when the company was first created by one man Lou Amiano Sr. It was a simpler company back in simpler times. Now Amiano & Son is in a newer business environment with more demand on design, technology, service, professionalism and “ease of use,” run by son Lou Amiano Jr.
Amiano & Son Construction has worked hard stay on top of consumer demands. To be recognized for those achievements by an organization such as BLSJ and other national organizations is a task within itself. Awards presented by organizations such as BLSJ, National Association of Remodeling Industry, NAHB, Houzz, and Inc 5000 take a lot of time to enter. Companies from around the country and locally are all competing for that one acknowledgement that they are indeed a reputable Remodeler. Entries are not just pictures or numbers submitted. Entries are an entire story of a project or of our company. Before and after photos are submitted to show the transformation of a space. Issues are discussed as well as how they were handled on a project. Materials are discussed as to how they were used on the project and sometimes the why of choosing said material. Homeowner satisfaction is discussed, homeowners sign off on the use of their project.
Recognitions by magazines like Inc. 500, Qualified Remodeler, and Remodeling Magazine focus more on the company structure, growth, and profitability. They look for 2-3 years of numbers that show the companies success based on the math. The math is a result of successful marketing, sales, good staffing, excellent ownership, excellent management, good profit margins, and excellent money management. These are all important factors as to what is needed to run a successful company in any industry.
We are humbled and thankful for the opportunities to compare our company to our peers and be rewarded accordingly. These opportunities create healthy competition within industries where everyone benefits- small businesses, big businesses, consumers, and those who are working towards a better tomorrow.
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