Marshall Exteriors Wins National Sunroom Award
After offering sunrooms in their portfolio for only 3 years, Marshall Exteriors wins the National Sunroom Association Design Award!
National Sunroom Association Announces Results of the 2019 NSA Design Awards
CLEVELAND, OHIO -The National Sunroom Association (NSA) announced the winners and finalists for the 2019 NSA Design Awards. The 2019 Design Awards mark the 14th anniversary of the competition. Marshall Exteriors was named a winner in the Laminated Roof Panel Sunroom. Marshall Exteriors was also named a finalist in the Existing or Wood Roof Sunrooms both within the $20,000 – $35,000 range.
The National Sunroom Association Design Awards recognize excellence in the design and installation of sunrooms, solariums, and patio rooms. Almost 50 entries for sunrooms, solariums, and patio rooms constructed in 2018 were submitted for this competition. All entries were judged on the basis of (1) aesthetic appeal, (2) how well the sunroom, patio room, or solarium enhances the architecture and natural surroundings of the home or commercial setting, and (3) interior appeal and functionality.
Marshall Exteriors, located in downtown Newark, added sunrooms to their line of services in February of 2016. Since then they have installed over 35 rooms and over 50 shade products in the Finger Lakes area.
Owner, Adam Olschewske states, “After doing our research we determined that adding the CraftBilt sunrooms and shade products portfolio into our service line was a no brainer. Our goal in every project is to bring customer satisfaction. The craftsmanship of the products meets our expectations and makes our customers very happy”. Adam goes on to say, “Who wouldn’t be completely satisfied enjoying the outdoors in one of these rooms or on a deck with a beautiful shade covering.”
The sunroom crew at Marshall Exteriors was elated to find out that the rooms they built went on to become finalists and winners of a nationwide contest. Managers of the company said that collectively they couldn’t be prouder of the hard work and dedication of the crew.
About the National Sunroom Association
The National Sunroom Association is a member-directed trade association dedicated to the advancement of the manufacture and construction of safe, energy-efficient, and environmentally-conscious sunrooms, patio rooms, and solariums.
About Marshall Exteriors
Founded in 2000, They’re an award-winning contactor, who has grown to be the most trusted in the Finger Lakes. They offer a wide range of services including Roofing, Siding, Windows, Doors, Basement Finishing, Gutters, Insulation, Betterliving Sunrooms & Awnings, Decks & more. In March of 2018, they announced the purchase of a vacant building at 135 E. Union St in Newark. This new location is the Corporate Headquarters for Marshall Exteriors and houses a spacious Design Center. The location on West Shore Blvd remains and is transformed solely to our Production Center.
To view all the winners and finalists, visit the NSA website at www.nationalsunroom.org. If you have any questions, please contact Craig Addington at the NSA office: 216-241-7333 or email@example.com.
To learn more call Anthony Natale, CEO of Marshall Exteriors at 315-331-6462, info@MarshallExteriorsNY.com
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