Central Jersey NARI

CJNARI LOCAL 2020-2021 CotY Program Categories

01-01 Residential Kitchen Under $75,000: Best residential kitchen remodel with a total project cost of under $75,000. Kitchen projects that include remodeling of any adjacent space such as a family room, dining room, mudroom, etc. should be entered into a Residential Interior category. Only interior photos may be used.

01-02 Residential Kitchen $75,001 - $150,000: Best residential kitchen remodel with a total project cost of $75,001 - $150,000. Kitchen projects that include remodeling of any adjacent space such as a family room, dining room, mudroom, etc. should be entered into a Residential Interior category. Only interior photos may be used.

01-03 Residential Kitchen Over $150,000. Best residential kitchen remodel with a total project cost of more than $150,000. Kitchen projects that include remodeling of any adjacent space such as a family room, dining room, mudroom, etc. should be entered into a Residential Interior category. Only interior photos may be used.

02-03 Residential Bath Under $50,000: Best residential bath remodel with a total project cost under $50,000. Bathroom projects that include remodeling of any adjacent space such as a master (clothing) closet, dressing area, or make-up room, etc. should be entered into a Residential Interior category. Only interior photos may be used.

02-04 Residential Bath $50,001 - $100,000: Best residential bath with a total project cost of $50,001 - $100,000. Bathroom projects that include remodeling of any adjacent space such as a master (clothing) closet, dressing area, or make-up room, etc. should be entered into a Residential Interior category. Only interior photos may be used.

02-05 Residential Bath Over $100,000: Best residential bath with a total project cost more than $100,000. Bathroom projects that include remodeling of any adjacent space such as a master (clothing) closet, dressing area, or make-up room, etc. should be entered into a Residential Interior category. Only interior photos may be used.

03-06 Residential Interior Under $250,000: Best residential interior remodel with a project cost under $250,000. Includes but is not limited to family or recreation rooms, bath or kitchen projects with adjacent space; home theater or media rooms, wine rooms, attic conversions, etc. Work must be done within the existing walls of a residential structure. This category does not include room additions or basements. Only interior photos may be used.

03-07 Residential Interior $250,001 - $500,000: Best residential interior remodel with a project cost $250,001 - $500,000. Includes but is not limited to family or recreation rooms, bath or kitchen projects with adjacent space; home theater or media rooms, wine rooms, attic conversions, etc. Work must be done within the existing walls of a residential structure. This category does not include room additions or basements. Only interior photos may be used. 

03-08 Residential Interior Over $500,000: Best residential interior remodel with a project cost under $250,000. Includes but is not limited to family or recreation rooms, bath or kitchen projects with adjacent space; home theater or media rooms, wine rooms, attic conversions, etc. Work must be done within the existing walls of a residential structure. This category does not include room additions or basements. Only interior photos may be used.

03-09 Residential Interior Element Under $30,000: This category represents one special interior element of a project with a cost of under $30,000. It includes but is not limited to projects such as railings and columns; brick, stone and masonry work; tiling; air conditioning and heating; fireplaces, vestibules; insulation; kitchen hoods; glass block; wall finishes such as plaster; flooring; best use of lighting or lighting control systems or home automation. Work must have done to the interior of an existing residential structure, and only interior photos may be used. The residential interior element must be specified in the entry materials and in the descriptive text to quality.  

03-10 Residential Interior Element Over $30,000: This category represents one special interior element of a project with a cost of more than $30,000. It includes but is not limited to projects such as railings and columns; brick, stone and masonry work; tiling; air conditioning and heating; fireplaces, vestibules; insulation; kitchen hoods; glass block; wall finishes such as plaster; flooring; best use of lighting or lighting control systems or home automation. Work must have done to the interior of an existing residential structure, and only interior photos may be used. The residential interior element must be specified in the entry materials and in the descriptive text to quality.  

04-11 Residential Addition Under $250,000: Best residential addition with a project cost of under $250,000. Includes but is not limited to additions, add-a-levels, or attic build-outs, that increases livable space of the existing home. The project is limited to one addition per structure. Interior and exterior photos may be used. 

04-12 Residential Addition Over $250,000: Best residential addition with a project cost of more than $250,000. Includes but is not limited to additions, add-a-levels, or attic build-outs, that increases livable space of the existing home. The project is limited to one addition per structure. Interior and exterior photos may be used.

05-13 Residential Exterior Under $150,000: Best exterior project with a cost under $150,000. Includes, but is not limited to, alterations to the exterior of a residential building, such as porticos, porches, glass or screen enclosures or greenhouse rooms (unconditioned spaces), windows, dormers, and exterior resurfacings like siding, stucco, etc. that enhances the overall appearance of the exterior. Exterior photos may be used, and interior photos of attached unconditioned spaces may also be used. 

05-14 Residential Exterior Over $150,000: Best exterior project with a cost more than $150,000. Includes, but is not limited to, alterations to the exterior of a residential building, such as porticos, porches, glass or screen enclosures or greenhouse rooms (unconditioned spaces), windows, dormers, and exterior resurfacings like siding, stucco, etc. that enhances the overall appearance of the exterior. Exterior photos may be used, and interior photos of attached unconditioned spaces may also be used.

06-15 Residential Detached Structure: Structures such as garages, pool houses, studios, guesthouses, sheds, gazebos, pavilions, etc., remodeled or added to an existing residential property. Interior and exterior photos may be used.

07-16 Entire House Under $250,000: A project with a cost under $250,000 that remodeled or renovated a substantial portion of the entire residential house, inside and outside, or where multiple additions and/or style changes in footprint or elevation have been made in more than one location. The entry must include a description of the portions of the existing structure that were incorporated into the finished project. Pictures and plans submitted with the entry must highlight those portions of the home retained in the new design. 

07-17 Entire House $250,000 -$500,000 : A project with a cost of $250,000- $500,000 that remodeled or renovated a substantial portion of the entire residential house, inside and outside, or where multiple additions and/or style changes in footprint or elevation have been made in more than one location. The entry must include a description of the portions of the existing structure that were incorporated into the finished project. Pictures and plans submitted with the entry must highlight those portions of the home retained in the new design. 

07-18 Entire House Under $500,001 - $1,000,000: A project with a cost of $500,001 - $1,000,000 that remodeled or renovated a substantial portion of the entire residential house, inside and outside, or where multiple additions and/or style changes in footprint or elevation have been made in more than one location. The entry must include a description of the portions of the existing structure that were incorporated into the finished project. Pictures and plans submitted with the entry must highlight those portions of the home retained in the new design. 

07-19 Entire House Over $1,000,000: A project with a cost of more than $1,000,000 that remodeled or renovated a substantial portion of the entire residential house, inside and outside, or where multiple additions and/or style changes in footprint or elevation have been made in more than one location. The entry must include a description of the portions of the existing structure that were incorporated into the finished project. Pictures and plans submitted with the entry must highlight those portions of the home retained in the new design. 

08-20 Residential Historical Renovation/Restoration Under $250,000: The renovation/restoration of the interior and/or exterior of a residential structure, or addition to a residential structure, originally built at least 75 years ago with a cost under $250,000. Any and all changes are to have closely matched the architectural style and building type. Any and all products used are to be of a material authentic in style to the area in which the building was originally built, paying special attention to period trim detail and period coloring. Restoration of missing historic features and added structures are to respect the essential historic character and architectural style of original building design.

08-21 Residential Historical Renovation/Restoration $250,000 and Over: The renovation/restoration of the interior and/or exterior of a residential structure, or addition to a residential structure, originally built at least 75 years ago with a cost $250,000 and over. Any and all changes are to have closely matched the architectural style and building type. Any and all products used are to be of a material authentic in style to the area in which the building was originally built, paying special attention to period trim detail and period coloring. Restoration of missing historic features and added structures are to respect the essential historic character and architectural style of original building design.

09-22 Commercial Interior: Remodeling performed within the existing walls of a previo9usloy occupied commercial space. Clearly define the type of client and the client’s needs in the project description. Only interior photos may be used.

09-23 Commercial Exterior: Remodeling performed on the exterior of an existing commercial structure. Clearly define the type of client’s needs in the project description. Only exterior photos may be used.

09-24 Commercial Specialty: Includes but is not limited to such projects or operations as cosmetic facelift; siding, roofing, insulation; window, door, railing, columns, brick, stone, masonry work; tiling; solar panels; air conditioning, heating; gutters and leaders, etc. Work must have been done on an existing commercial structure. Landscaping/Outdoor Living projects done for a non-residential project, whether or not an existing structure exists, may also be submitted in this category. Clearly define the type of client and the client’s needs in the project description. The commercial specialty must be included on your entry form and in the descriptive text to qualify.

10-25 Residential Landscape Design/Outdoor Living Under $250,000: Best residential landscape design/outdoor living project with a cost under $250,000. Includes but is not limited to landscaping, pathways. Driveways, patios, pagodas, outdoor kitchens, decks, terraces, pools, spas, etc. Work is not exclusive to existing structures. Commercial projects should be entered in Commercial Specialty. Only exterior photos may be used.

10-26 Residential Landscape Design/Outdoor Living $250,000 and Over: Best residential landscape design/outdoor living project with a cost $250,000 and more. Includes but is not limited to landscaping, pathways. Driveways, patios, pagodas, outdoor kitchens, decks, terraces, pools, spas, etc. Work is not exclusive to existing structures. Commercial projects should be entered in Commercial Specialty. Only exterior photos may be used.

11-27 Basement Under $200,000: Best basement conversion with a cost under $200,000. Work must be done within the existing walls of a residential structure. Additions are excluded from this category. Only interior photos may be used.

11-28 Basement $200,000 and Over: Best basement conversion with a cost of $200,000 and more. Work must be done within the existing walls of a residential structure. Additions are excluded from this category. Only interior photos may be used.

Cost is defined as contract price, all extras, change orders and the fair market value of materials and products that were purchased, sweat-equity and in-kind services provided, and/or any subcontract work. The cost of all homeowner provided products, services or labor should be included in the cost. All mark-ups and profit should be included in the cost provided. For member-owned projects, costs should include normal mark-ups as if the project was contracted to an outside contractor

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