Portland Remodeling Contractors

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Mary Elizabeth Q.
"I purchased a terrific deal (8 hrs/1person or 4hrs/ 2 people) for $299. I had no idea how much could be accomplished in that time period, but I have lots of projects and 8 hours of" skilled help is an exciting concept. First of all, the doorbell rang at almost exactly 8 AM: the target arrival time. The two men at the door,
and Barley, were professional, friendly, and talked to my dogs. I showed them the location of the window seat and explained what I expected for the end result: we were all on the same page. Then, just in case there was time left over, I showed them the alcove that needed finishing.
checked with me as the work progressed whenever there was a shade of a question. I was amazed at their efficiency! The window seat was framed, sheathed, and ready for me to finish and they moved on to the alcove, which I wanted trimmed to echo another in my kitchen. Done. Beautifully. I also increased my finishing vocabulary: thanks Barley. And they cleaned up. They pulled out of the driveway just before noon. I can't say enough nice things about my experience with
. They're a class act.
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jeremy B.
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is awesome!-he also did both of our bathrooms. Obviously, we trusted him enough to do the largest project in our home-complete kitchen remodel. I did my homework" and met with 4 contractors. His price was competitive and he was the most knowledgeable. He's responsive,like within hours to emails, minutes to texts. He was respectful of my ignorance to home improvement and I never felt taken advantage of. Always addressed my concerns without hesitation. There were a few small details that didn't turn out as I had planned (mostly dt my design choices) and he immediately came up w a plan how to fix them. He came in exactly at the cost he quoted us, even when he ran in to unexpected things. Definitely recommend him!
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Carol N.
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and his company provided excellent workmanship, helpful communication, and flexible service throughout a complex and lengthy (24 months) building project. We" could not have been more pleased with all aspects of their work, including all subcontractors hired.

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Todd said it best.

An itemized list / cost breakdown, more often than not is used against the contractor when it is shared with other builders who will then beat it.

Good contractors use good people, and good people cost more.  Just the cost of having the appropriate insurance / bond can be the difference between winning a job or losing it ot a 'lower bid'.

It is the rule of three; there is Good, Cheap and Fast.  You can have any two:  Good and Cheap, won't be Fast; Good and Fast, won't be Cheap;  Cheap and Fast, won't be Good!

When comparing bids, it isn't the cheapest or the 'nicest' person you should select.   You should understand why there is a large price difference (it shows there are gaps in your design program or what you have asked for specifically, which means there may be arguments later).  If most of the bids are in line, and one is way high or way low,  you want to know why before dismissing or selecting them.

A price-only decision almost always costs more in the long run. 

Good luck!
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There are two sides to this and everyone will have an opinion.  I can tell you that from a contractor's point of view a customer that is up front with me is much easier to work with and the entire experience is much more pleasurable to all parties involved.  If you treat your contractor like there's always something to hide from him expect the same in return.  A good contractor is going to take your budget into consideration and make recommendations based on that budget.  When possible, he's going to estimate the work 10-20% under your target to leave room for the unexpected.  With any remodeling work, there's always the possibility and likelihood that there will be surprises that will have to be added such as mold damage, improper existing framing, etc.  The cushion allows room for the project cost to grow without going over your budget.  If no problems are found and you decide to spend that money some of the final finishes can be upgraded or other projects added.

Another good arguement for disclosing your budget to your contractor is to save you both some time and aggrevation.  You may have a $10,000 budget and want $30,000 worth of work.  Wouldn't you like to know your desires aren't possible before you get your hopes up or spend money on design fees for plans you can't afford?  Likewise, the contractor doesn't want to put in the hours of calculating the estimate only to find out it was all for nothing or that he has to refigure for a much lower cost after pricing what you specified.

Be fair and honest with your contractor if you expect the same respect in return.  You'll get a lot more out of it with the right contractor.

Todd Shell
Todd's Home Services
San Antonio, TX
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Herlonginc's answer stated that it is not the contractor's job to pay for materials and labor to do the job. I say baloney - a reputable, established contractor has the funds (or a business operations line of credit) to "carry" the job between interim or partial payments, each of which should be keyed to completion of distinct easily measured mileposts in the job, and for a homeowner I would say should be in not more than 20% increments for jobs exceeding a week or so. For shorter jobs, then an initial payment, 50% completion, and completion would be normal. His cost of carry funds is part of his cost of doing business, and is figured as part of his overhead.Bear in mind when he is buying materials and paying labor, his materials he typically pays for on a 10-30 day invoice, and his labor typically a week or two after they work, so he is not really "fronting" that much money if you are giving him weekly or biweekly interim payments, on a typical residential job.

If he does not have the funds to buy materials (excepting possibly deposit on special-order or luxury items, which still typically are 10-30 day invoiceable to him) and hire personnel then he is a fly-by-night operation, and he should not be bidding that size job. You should never (other than MAYBE an earnest deposit of not more than the LESSER of 10% or $5000) let the payments get ahead of the approved/inspected work progress - typically payment should be 10-20% BEHIND the progress, with at least 10% retained at the effective end of work until final inspections and completion of the final "punchlist".

That promotes rapid continuation of the work, discourages the all-too common nightmare of contractors taking on more work than they can handle so they leave your job for weeks or months to go work on someone else's job (frequently to start that someone else's new job so he can get the job), and does not leave you out a tremendous amount of cash if he does not finish and you have to hire another contractor to finish the job. Remember, if you have to hire a new contractor to finish the job, he will charge you a lot more than the original bid to finish someone else's unfinished mess.

This may seem cynical, but having started in the construction business about 50 years ago and seeing the shenanigans that a lot of contractors pull you cannot be too safe. You have to remember contractors are like any other people - I would say maybe 10% are outright crooks, another 25% or so will pull a fast one or overcharge if the opportunity presents itself, maybe 30% will do the work but not any better than they are forced to, about 25% are good conscientious reputable workmen, and the last 10% or so are really spectacular - conscientious, fair, and efficient craftsmen. This top 35% are the only ones you should have bidding in the first place. Therefore, only get bids from long-term reputable firms (so you shake out the marginal short-timers with less experience and also generally less ability to finish the job on budget and schedule), only those that have good RECENT references, and preferably with excellent word-of-mouth recommendation from people you know and trust. That way, you are starting right off with the cream of the crop, so hopefully whichever one bids low should be a good choice.

NEVER start with bids, then check the references of the low bidder - why even consider a vendor or contractor who you do not have faith in from the start ? Get references and short-list you possibles BEFORE you ask for bids.

Low bids - that is another matter - commonly the low bidder is NOT who you want, especially if he is significantly lower than several others, which might mean he is desperate for work, made a math error, or did not correctly figure the entire scope of work. You want a reasonable bid with someone you connect with and trust - that is worth a lot more in the success of the job than the absolute lowest bid.

 

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You should always get a set of print and pull a permit when remodeling you home. It is a good thing that you want to be involved in your project. I do have some reservation about the electrical work. There is a lot at risk with doing the work yourself. If the house burns down you will never get the insurance money, unless your a certified electrician. Now of days 90% of home fires are blamed on electrical problems because the insurance company is to lazy and cheap to investigate the true problem. Also find out if the city you live in will allow you to perform the work. Make sure you coordinate your subs to have the proper time and space to perform their job. You don't want people working on top of each other. If you order all you materials make sure everything is there before you start your project. Have your subs check for proper and full items to be installed. Make sure every sub has a working set of prints. Make sure you have all the demo done before your subs show up to work. Schedule your plumber first, do any final framing or electrical work while you wait for inspection. Electrical inspection next followed by framing, insulation, and wallboard. All subs must get a final inspection on the job before you (the GC) can call in your final inspection.

Home Remodeling reviews in Portland

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I couldn't be more pleased with how the job went.
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showed up on time and was the epitome of professionalism and knowledge for the entire job. He asked great questions when I was explaining what needed to be done.
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even pointed out something that the project planner for the basement system company had overlooked. Thanks to his
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eye, we were able to make sure that our basement was ready to receive this waterpoofing system without a hitch in the schedule.
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worked industriously throughout the job and completed it ahead of schedule. He checked in with me several times as questions arose. At the end of the work he cleaned up (ncluding sweeping) in a very meticulous fashion. At the end of the job my basement was ready for the next phase and all debris had been hauled away.
One more thing to note: though the scope of the job changed some (because of
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's insight), the final bill from
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was only slightly more than the original estimate. I felt like they could have charged me a lot more for the work they did, but the company was very fair about this change in scope.
- Rafael B.
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Awesome.
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and his crew are incredibly professional. His prices were fair and the quality of the work was amazing: very solid construction!
- MACE V.
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The job went very well.
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managed the job very efficiently, and the firms that he hired to perform the various parts of the job were excellent. He was on site nearly every day during the entire remodeling process.
He began by designing a new kitchen and dining room in the area formerly occupied by a kitchen, dining nook, and family room. He asked for our input and listened to us at every step of the process. We especially appreciated his working with the designers at Cutting
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Custom Cabinets to create exactly the kitchen we wanted. After the cabinets were installed, one section didn't turn out as we expected, and they built a new one that better suited our needs.
Our biggest concern when we began the project was getting rid of the old brick wall and floor where we had taken out a wood-burning
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, and that area is beautiful. Outlets that had been high on the wall were lowered, the ceiling was repaired where the old chimney had been, and the walls were expertly drywalled and painted.
The existing laundry closet was too shallow for our washer and dryer, and the new bumped out walls look seamless.
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went above and beyond when it came to the range hood. The construction of the ceiling and attic did not lend itself to a standard installation, so he spent many extra hours on that problem, doing much of the work himself.
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himself also installed the subway tile for the backsplash in the kitchen. He is exacting in his work, and it turned out beautifully.
There are glitches in every remodeling job, and this was no exception, but at every turn extra effort was made to solve problems to our satisfaction.
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does not consider the job completed until his customer is completely satisfied.
- PHYLLIS S.
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We met with a total of 6 or 7 general contractors, received bids from 4 following sending them our architectural plans. With the exception of one astronomical bid,
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and the other 2 bids were in line with each other cost wise. Right from the beginning
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stood out in my mind as to whom to hire for our remodel. Here's why:
-His attention to detail far surpassed everyone. Some contractors had clearly not read the cover page or read through the plans carefully. One continued to complain the drawings were too small.
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pointed out areas of concern like asking where the structural engineering plans were, or suggesting to remove drain plans for the egress windows to save on cost. He found things that I didn't even notice. He noticed the width of one space was not clear by the drawings. He listened to finishes that were important to my family. A different contractor pretty much ignored us and just used what they wanted to in their proposal.
-His actual proposal was the most thorough. We were able to see clearly where we were spending our money. We were able to pick and choose what to try and tackle ourselves or hire out later to try to save money.
Another example, I asked a different contractor to add extending our L shaped basement stair to make it square w/ plywood, and he tacked on $750. Really!!? What is that like $325 an hour for finish carpentry plus materials!!! For
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things were much more straight forward thank goodness, money wise and logistically.
-Most importantly was
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's demeanor and communication with me and with sub contractors. Another reviewer mentioned
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's calm manner, and I agree completely. This was a breath of fresh air perhaps because a remodel is stressful regardless. Additionally, most contractors we tended to meet were either distracted, dramatic, complained, unclear, etc....
Work began while we were away with concrete cutting and excavation for underslab plumbing and egress windows. Then framing, plumbing, HVAC, and electrical rough in work.
-Framing and Rough Carpentry was extensive. All walls were framed, soffits for ducting and two new concrete footings installed. New structural beam and posts removed. Headroom around stairs and landing needed to be adjusted which involved the structural engineer.
-The HVAC entailed removing all ducting below the floor joists (all of it pretty much) and re routing new ducting to be recessed in the ceiling. There is one soffit running along the wall of the Rec Room. The furnace was moved from the center of the basement and put into an unfinished mechanical closet. The bath fan was vented to the outside. A new cold air return was installed upstairs above the furnace closet. New heat registers for all basement rooms and ducting tied in to current upstairs heating.
-The electrical entailed wiring all the rooms in the basement, tying in a few ground wires for upstairs outlets. Removing old conduit. The electrician also fixed a GFCI outlet upstairs that had reversed polarity. Moved the dryer 220V outlet to make space in front of the electrical panel per code. Added circuits to existing electrical panel. Installing all lights, switches, plugs etc.
The plumbing portion was the most expensive because of the amount of work we chose to do. All copper pipes below floor joists(most of them) were switched out with pex and re-routed recessed into the floor joists. All waste pipes(huge galvanized monsters) we replaced with ABS. All of them were below where the ceiling is now. All vent pipes were replaced with modern ones w/ access panels in the basement and one upstairs. As a result of our remodel, we have new plumbing for about 75% of our house. We also chose to have an overflowing floor drain in the Laundry room replaced with new pipes. This involved some more underslab work, thus more concrete cutting and pouring and more $$$. All told, we have new waste and water lines for the entire house with the exception of a few pipes in the unfinished laundry room. Basically we ended up replacing everything in the finished spaces. When the last of the galvanized pipes in the laundry space need to be replaced, it can be done since the space is left unfinished.
-Insulation of walls and ceilings took a full day. All gaps by windows and doors were spray foamed and fiberglass
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at exterior walls and ceilings. Most interior walls insulated for sound as well.
-Drywall was straightforward and took the longest so that joint compound could dry with each application.
We then did paint ourselves for about a week. All ceilings and walls and trim later
-Tile installer did a great job in the bathroom.
-Doors and replacement basement windows were installed in a day.
-For interior trim, we wanted to do this portion ourselves to save a bit of money, which
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was fine with. In addition, he made suggestions as to where to order trim and let us use his contractor discount. He had them deliver it on a day we specified and billed us the material amount later. This was greatly appreciated since I didn't have to try and figure out how to fit 16' pieces of baseboard into my Honda Civic!
Handrail and final finishes were installed by the various trades when we finished up trim and we had our carpet installed.
The project was not without hitches and delays of course. Thankfully, stress was minimized by
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's handling of the problems. For example, a sub left a mess of debris outside of the house extending from my lawn onto the sidewalk. I expressed my concern in a email.
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explained that this was unacceptable and asked the subcontractor to apologize and they did. Another issue came up with a door frame 2" wider than expected which made a larger gap for the trim I was installing. When I brought up my concern about sound insulation and that I wanted it filled in, it was taken care of, no problem. There were other thingst that came up that were dealt with in this manner.
As I'm writing this review I am having a window well cover fabricated by the company that
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suggested after 2 quotes. I was able to use a lot of the leftover 2 x 4s to build my daughter a sandbox. I'm getting contact info for the subs he used so I can have them for future reference. I still need to visit a siding place that
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has recommended for a separate issue. It's fascinating to me that some reviewers gave
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a negative review based on nothing. If they cannot get along with
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and his employees, then they are not going to get along with anybody. Also, this project took basically 2 1/2 months from demo to final carpet install, both of which were my responsibility. Additionally the paint and trim took me about 2 weeks.
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Bros employees and subs were really only onsite for about 7 weeks total here.
If you're considering doing any siginifcant remodel and need a general contractor, it's a no-brainer in my opinion to submit some plans to
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for a bid.
- Mark D.
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I bought a $600 coupon for one day's worth of a carpenter and his tools. Through emails I communicated with the service provider and took pictures of old holes in the floors that went directly to the basement (left behind when old heating systems were disconnected) and took measurements of the two holes for him of the floor. My first mistake was that I did not insist that the carpenter come and look at the project first. Through pictures, the carpenter insisted that this was a fine project to accomplish in a day. The carpenter quickly sourced some oak that could fill in the holes. The carpenter did encourage me to pick up the oak, but I had no idea how much it was or how much it would weigh and I thought it would be better if the carpenter did that. (My mistake #2 - it would have saved him time in Day 1 if I had picked up the materials) One day of work on this coupon = 7 hours of work (not 8 hours).
My hardwood was
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-in-groove instead of topnailed (which I guess wasn't apparent in the pictures) and so it took a lot longer than a day to retrofit the topnailed oak into the spaces. By the time the first day ended, he was overtime a couple of hours and needed to come back another day. All told, it took two days time and cost me a lot more than I bargained. By the time I was done it cost $1322.50. I bought stain and varnish and supplied at one point the nail gun and the nails. At one point in our email exchanges he told me that this job would normally cost $625 plus materials.
At one point the carpenter's tools didn't work (his nail gun ran out of nails) and I ended up supplying both a nail gun and nails to the project. Since the carpenter left, I noticed that there is a raised board in the group, but it's not terribly noticeable and honestly I am not that picky about it. But I remember reading the carpenter's website where he brags about leaving a clean environment after his jobs. The carpenter left behind a lot of dust and a mess of debris in my house. It took me days to get all the dust wiped up. That happens when you're sanding wood (another thing I didn't think about with this project). All in all, I am a naive homeowner and I am used to having more professional service providers. This project could have been done much cheaper with a bid rather than a coupon and that is definitely my fault in not consulting with a few more people before having this done.
- ELIZABETH S.
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I contacted
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via email on 9/17 to schedule an appointment for a bid. He stated that he could meet me on 9/18 at 2:30 and requested the address. I emailed him back with the address and confirmed that time and date would be perfect and that I would meet him there. Well, 2:30 came and went and he never showed. No call, no email, nothing. So unbelievably unprofessional. The least he could have done was apologize for wasting my time, as I drove an hour to meet him at the job site and and blew another 30 minutes sitting around waiting for him to show.
- Lora C.
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This review has been particularly difficult to write. I’ve agonized over how to convey my disappointment without being too h******
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. While
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) does very nice work, his professionalism is sorely lacking. I’ve had dozens of contractors do work at my home in the last 27 years and with only two exceptions have had great luck with good, honest professionals.
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is one of those exceptions.
I first hired
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to do some work in my kitchen which included cutting a hole for a new dishwasher and installing shelving in my kitchen closet to serve as a pantry. His estimate was a bit on the high side I thought, but he’d been recommended by my
plumber, and on meeting
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, he seemed like a very personable young man, so I went with it.
The first indication of less than stellar business practices occurred with that job. I was coordinating with a plumber and electrician involved in the dishwasher install as well, so it was important that he be there when he said he would. On more than one occasion, he didn’t come when he indicated he would, but he also didn’t call to say he would be late. I realize that this line of work can be unpredictable, but I think a call to the waiting customer is a required courtesy when you’re going to be later than even an hour. In one instance, after waiting 2.5 hours, after contacting him, he attempted to cancel because he “was too far away”, but I reminded him that the plumber was scheduled to be there so I thought it was imperative that he be there. In the long run, everything worked out ok and the workmanship was good, so I hired him, with some reservation, to tear down
an existing fence and install and stain a new cedar fence in my back yard.
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again did not show up when he said he would and didn’t call either to say he’d be late or to explain why he’d been late. Communication is not his strong suit. When we discussed replacing the fence in the back yard, I said I wanted a fence like the one I had. He saw the old fence, so it should have been clear what I wanted. It was about 4 feet high, with four inch rounded
slats spaced ½-3/4 inch apart. I used the term
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fence because that what I’d always called it. When he showed up at my house, he unloaded several pre-built sections that he had bought at Home Depot. They were stacked and I didn’t look at them
closely to see how closely the slats were spaced. They had a nice look to them so I said ok (I realize that this is almost entirely my fault for not pulling one out to look at more closely). He made the comment that “we” saved some money and time by
buying pre-builts. I spent that evening and the next morning looking at the portion of the fence he’d installed and concluded that there was no way I could live with it because it had 3.5 inch slats with 4 inch spacing between. It looked more like a
railing than a fence and I could see into my neighbor’s yard like it was part of my yard. My neighbor also stated she was surprised they’d call that a fence. When he arrived the next morning I stated that I had a few things that I wanted to
discuss with him about the fence, the spacing being chief among them. He recommended putting 2.5 inch slats in the
spacings and I agreed to that. The additional charges came to $357. I agreed to that only because I felt I was in large part responsible for the miscommunication even though what he had installed in no way resembled the original fence and he admitted that he had gone with the pre-builts to save money so it was not his original design plan. A mistake on my part to not confirm what the fence would look like before the project began and I had ok’d the original estimate. So, work began a few days later to finish up the install with the added slats, albeit much later in the day than originally scheduled.
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’s assistant) arrived on Friday to stain. When he was finished staining, he asked if I could pay the balance of
the bill. It should be noted that
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asks for half payment before the work even begins which I’ve been advised to
never do and to avoid contractors who use this practice. I told
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initially that I would write a check, but after thinking about it for a while, decided that the best course of action would be to wait until after cleanup which he was not able to do that
day.
Further frustrations with his practices:
1. Didn’t cleanup all the wood debris—there were several small pieces of wood that appeared to have been deliberately thrown behind my cedar tree. I say this because there was a chalk line that had been left back there after the work was
completed and they’d managed to find that and pick it up, so they had to have seen the debris at that time.
2. Overheard
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maligning me to one of his workers when he thought I was out of earshot. Basically, I gather from his
sing-song imitation of me in one of our conversations that he thought I was being demanding in asking for the added slats. When I confronted him about it, he denied it, making the issue even worse because he’s either not willing to man up to
anything or sees his actions as justified.
3. My water hose and spray attachment were used in the mixing of concrete but not properly cleaned, so the spray attachment is clogged for most functions and permanently cemented to the hose, making it virtually useless for any other purpose than jet spraying.
4. While cleaning up around the fence a few days after completion, I found a large wet spot on the ground underneath a huge fern plant behind the tool shed in my yard. On closer inspection, it appears to be a spot used to dispose of paint thinner
and/or stain. I sent an e-mail to
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to ask if that’s what had been done and he emailed back that
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had
“accidentally” spilled a
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of stain and wondered if there was still stain that needed to be cleaned up. This just
doesn’t make sense. Why would anyone in their right mind, balance a stain
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on a large fern plant? And there was no attempt to clean it up because the plastic downspout under the fern plant was covered in stain, and none of the earth appeared to have been disturbed as you’d expect to see if there were any digging. I dug down about 8 inches until I hit concrete and removed what soil I could that appeared to have been contaminated.
There’s so much more to the job than putting out a nice product, which he does. Too bad he hasn’t learned all the good practices that go with it.

- Susan G.

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2Students Haulin & Landscape Maintenance

19495 SW Gassner Rd
Beaverton

3 R's Construction Management LLC

576 Patterson St NW
Salem

33 RESTORATION INC

631 SE Manchester Pl
Portland

4R HOUSE LLC

PO BOX 481
Dundee

52 Weeks Construction

872 W Main Street G59
Molalla

8 Inch Nails Construction Inc

8630 SW Scholls Ferry Rd
Beaverton

A & D PLUMBING

PO BOX 57
Troutdale

A & N Construction Inc

16489 SE Deer Meadow Lp
Damascus

A & T Roofing & Construction

45763 NW Hillside Rd
Forest Grove

A A ABSOLUTE REMODELING

1123 NE MITCHEL
Portland

A and H Builders Inc

6077 NE Alder St
Hillsboro

A C & SON'S CONSTRUCTION

1723 NE Galloway St
Mcminnville

A CLASS ACT CONSTRUCTION CO

19896 S BEAVERCREEK RD
Oregon City

A CUT ABOVE CONCRETE CUTTING

5070 NW 235TH AVE
Hillsboro

A Cut Above Exteriors

12985 NW Cornell Road
Portland

A FARRIS REMODELING

5316 NE MINNEHAHA ST

A Guy I Know Inc

2850 SW Cedar Hills Blvd. #345
Beaverton

A K CONSTRUCTION

16861 SE SARGER RD
Portland

A New Image Exteriors

9575 SW 90th Ave
Portland

A Reliable Handyman

PO Box 823331

A Team Renovations LLC

3820 SE Clark Ct
Troutdale

A+Design

10216 256th SE

A-Tech Heating and Air Conditioning Inc

20170 SW Kinnaman Rd
Beaverton

AA Carpentry LLC

19705 SW Prospect Ln
Beaverton

AAA Building Services of Oregon, LLC

1544 NW Orchard Place
Gresham

AAA Construction Services LLC

6400 SE 101st AVE
Portland

AAA Property Services Inc.

PO Box 203
Beaverton

AAROCO Construction LLC

6146 SE Lexington St
Portland

Abalene Kitchens & Baths

PO Box 716
Oregon City

ABLE CONSTRUCTION INC

1715 N SCHOFIELD ST
Portland

Above & Beyond Restoration LLC

P.O BOX 524
Sherwood

Above Board Handyman Services

312 N Garfield St.
Newberg

Abraham Tile

7822A SW Chestnut St
Portland

Absolute Construction

22244 Sir Lancelot Ln
Sherwood

ABSOLUTE PAINTING & POWER WASHING

3631 NW John Olsen Pl
Hillsboro

ACCUSTOMIZED REMODELING INC

PO BOX 537
North Plains

Ace Brothers Painting

6582 SW 192nd Ave.
Beaverton

ACE CUSTOM HOMES

898 N BIRCH ST
Canby

Acorn To Oak Remodeling LLC

N, NE, NW, SE, SW
Portland

Acrocraft Construction

16337 SE Dagmar Rd.
Portland

Act Three Designs

Murray and Maverick Terrace
Beaverton

ADAM GRENDON HOME RESTORATION

1314 WEBSTER ST
Portland

Adams General Construction

410 NE 3rd St
Mcminnville

Adapt Design LLC

11525 SW Diane Place
Beaverton

ADD-A-BATH

8811 NE SANDY BLVD
Portland

ADS

9730 SW HILLMAN CT
Wilsonville

Advanced Construction & Repair LLC

14758 SW 79th Ave
Portland

ADVANCED CONTRACTING INC

1008 NE 100TH AVE

Advanced Energy Services

14775 SE 82nd dr
Clackamas

ADVANCED ENVIRO TECH

15105 NE 152ND AVE

Advanced Plumbing LLC

PO Box 593
Portland

ADVANCED POWER SOLUTIONS

25165 SE HOFFMEISTER RD
Damascus

ADVANCED SURFACE INNOVATIONS

4740 SW HAMILTON ST
Portland

Advanced Woodcraft

PO Box 388 / 25650 SE Talons Road
Eagle Creek

ADVANTAGE REMODELING & CONSTR

15648 SE 114TH AVE
Clackamas

Advantage Services Construction Inc.

5525 NW Skyline Blvd.
Portland

Adventures In Wood, Ltd.

9511 NW 14th Ave

Aesthetic Tile Imaging

7632 SW Cresmoor Dr
Beaverton

AFFINITY HOME & DESIGN

2511 Limerick Ln
West Linn

Affordable Home Remodeling

825 NE Division
Gresham

Affordable Remodeling LLC

7967 Mykala St. NE
Salem

Affordable Roofing & Gutter

15548 SW Willamette St.
Sherwood

AGAPE PAINTING INC

14260 SW 164TH AVE
Portland

AGS INC

13655 SE 132ND AVE
Clackamas

Aire Serv Heating & Air Conditioning

1301 N First Ave
Silverton

AJ'S HOME IMPROVEMENTS, LLC

16247 SE ALDER MEADOWS DR
Damascus

AK Builders Inc

4519 SE Ivons St
Portland

Akin Renovations

10900 sw wilsonville rd #8
Wilsonville

AKL General Contractors

344 N. 2nd
St. Helens

Al Semrani's Custom Interiors LLC

3208 SE 27th Street
Gresham

Albina Construction LLC

2613 NE Martin Luther King Jr Blvd
Portland

ALEX FREDDI CONSTRUCTION LLC

9753 SW Appaloosa Place
Beaverton

Alf Solutions

9530 SW 6th Ave
Portland

All About Deck & More LLC

1208 Hillsdale Dr
Newberg

ALL ANGLES LLC

631 34th Street

All Around Your Home

5377 Charleton Ct
Lake Oswego

All Aspects, LLC

3150 S. 10th Way

All Bout Grout

Forest Grove

All Bout Grout

4200 Pacific Ave
Forest Grove

All Building Construction LLC.

P.O. Box 304
Yamhill

All Generations LLC

PO Box 2342
Gladstone

ALL IN ONE

5201 SE 52nd Ave.
Portland

ALL IN ONE HOME REPAIR

15821 SPRINGBROOK CT
Lake Oswego

ALL IN ONE HOME REPAIR & MNTNC

21 MOUNTAIN CIR
Lake Oswego

ALL PHASE REMODELING INC

23707 SW MOUNTAIN CK RD
Sherwood

All Phase Residential Remodeling

PO Box 301563
Portland

All Pro Construction LLC

7108 NE 133rd Ave

ALL PRO SCRATCH REMOVAL

3 MONROE PKWY
Lake Oswego

All Seasons Contracting Services

7955 South A Street
Springfield

All Seasons Painting & Remodeling

11447 SE 34th Ave
Portland

ALL SEASONS REMODELING

4311 PLOMONDON ST

All Seasons Remodeling llC

4380 SE Whiteson Rd.
Mcminnville

All Services Construction

535 E Main St
Yamhill

All Star Lifetime Remodeling L.L.C.

37100 SE Hauglum Rd
Sandy

All Value Construction

PO Box 1048
Cornelius

ALL WEATHER HOME REMODELING

5005 NE FREMONT ST
Portland

All Wood Restoration

PO Box 66
Sherwood

All-Ways Quality Interiors

37100 NW Long Rd
Cornelius

ALLAWAY CONSTRUCTION LLC

16004 SW Tualatin-Sherwood Rd #147
Sherwood

ALLIANCE INVESTMENT PROPERTIES CORP

7327 SW BARNES RD
Portland

Alpha Construction & Repair

2620 SW 211th Ct
Beaverton

ALTERNATIVE DRYWALL LLC

3322 SE 39TH AVE
Portland

AltruWood

917 SW Oak St.
Portland

AMA Construction Group

2272 SE Brookwood Ave
Hillsboro

AMERICAN BUILDING CONSTR INC

PO Box 8702
Portland

AMERICAN HOME MAINTENANCE

4015 N CONCORD AVE
Portland

American Trades

31208 NE 59th Ave.

Americhoice Contractors LLC

6614 SE 74th Ave
Portland

AMERICOATINGS

16201 NW 11th Ave

Amerson Homes, LLC

PO Box 622
Carlton

AMH Construction LLC

1775 Yankee Ln SE
Jefferson

ANDERSON & CASE REMODELING INC

PO BOX 1731
Lake Oswego

Anderson Woodworks

4719 NE 24th Ave

ANDERTON CONSTRUCTION INC

27621 SE HALEY RD
Boring

ANDONIAN CONSTRUCTION

4639 NW SIDEWINDER PL
Beaverton

Angela Todd Designs

1702 SW Vista Avenue
Portland

Anmar Construction LLC

2320 NE Sheridan Dr.

Anmar Construction LLC

2320 NE Sheridan Dr.

Anthony Barber Paint & Home Repair

4740 NE Alberta St
Portland

Antonov Construction LLC

8231 SE Pineridge Ct
Portland

Anytime LLC

4839 SE 136 Ave.
Portland

AP TECH INC

10211 SW BARBUR BLVD
Portland

APEX HOME IMPROVEMENT

3604 SE SCHILLER ST
Portland

Applied Exteriors

15600 SE For Mor Ct.
Clackamas

Aquifer Plumbing LLC

5503 SW Multnomah Blvd
Portland

Architractor

7400 SE Milwaukie Ave
Portland

ARCIFORM

4231 N INTERSTATE AVE
Portland

ARCIFORM LLC

2303 N RANDOLPH AVE
Portland

ARH Custom Homes LLC

15433 SW Division St
Beaverton

ARIEL TRUSS CO INC

616 NW 139TH

Ark Remodeling & Construction

1103 SE 54th Ave
Hillsboro

ARMAC GENERAL CONTRACTORS

2000 NE 42ND
Portland

ARMANDO VEGA CONSTRUCTION

PO BOX 1953
Hillsboro

ARROW HOME SVC

4119 NE 88TH ST

Art Cortez Construction

15783 NW Dairy Creek Rd
North Plains

ART'S & S REMODELING

16445 CHESSINGTON CT
Gladstone

ART'S S & S REMODELING

8531 SE 75TH AVE
Portland

Artisan Exterior Construction

1129 Dahlia St
Woodburn

Artisan Painting And Remodeling

8010 SE Otty St Building B
Portland

ARTISAN RENOVATIONS

16205 NW BETHANY CT
Beaverton

Artistic D-Zine Construction LLC

19379 meyers rd
Oregon City

ARTS & CRAFTSMEN

4207 SE Woodstock Blvd
Portland

Ask A Contractor

PO Box 143
Mcminnville

Atchison Construction

329 Pashastin st

ATLAS NW INC

5910 SW MULTNOMAH BLVD
Portland

Atterbury Brothers Construction

14060 Canyon Ridge Cir
Oregon City

Avanti Innovations

PO BOX 6194
Beaverton

Avenue Flooring

35531 Firway Ln
St. Helens

Axel Concrete Construction LLC

5020 NE Killingsworth St
Portland

B & B RENEWAL LLC

358 ARBOR DR
West Linn

B Girgen Designs

2061 NW Miller Rd
Portland

BABLER INDUSTRIES INC

4380 SW MACADAM AVE
Portland

Baker Masonry Llc

18750 S Schuebel Ln
Portland

Balanced Energy Solutions

10409 NE Sandy Blvd #6
Portland

Bald Peak custom carpentry

36333 SW Bald Peak rd

Barnes Family Construction LLC

9509 NE Ferngrove St

Barnhart Construction

75782 Highway 74 Lena
Heppner

BARNSWALLOW CONSTRUCTION LLC

5747 SE OGDEN
Portland

Bateman Construction

4991 SW Nevada Ct
Portland

bathroom surface solutions

8224 SE Morrison St
Portland

Baxter Remodeling

PO Box 11875
Portland

BC Custom Construction Inc.

410 High Street
Oregon City

BD Installations

5330 Firwood Rd
Lake Oswego

BEALS ENTERPRISES INC

5188 MADRONA ST
Lake Oswego

Beards Restoration & Remodeling LLC

2802 SE 33rd Pl
Portland

Beaverton Flooring Co.

6975 SW. Oakwood Dr.
Beaverton

BEDFORD CONSTRUCTION

5820 NE PORTLAND BLVD
Portland

Beisa's Legacy Construction

791 SE 202nd Ave.
Gresham

Bellaterra Home

8372 Tiogawoods Dr Ste 140

Ben McClurg Enterprises, Inc

PO Box 2396
Lake Oswego

BENT LEVEL CONSTRUCTION INC

PO Box 264
Oregon City

BENTLEY ELECTRIC INC

41330 SW Edna Ln
Gaston

Bernd Minde LLC

1236 S.E. 34th Ave.
Portland

Betenbender Construction

3129 SE 71st Ave
Portland

Better Value Windows & Doors

4050 SE Jackson St.
Portland

BG Construction

20817 NE 87th Ave

BIG HAMMER CONSTRUCTION

7096 N CAMBRIDGE AVE
Portland

Bigdog Construction LLC

15080 SE Legacy Ct
Clackamas

BILL BISBY & SONS MOBILE HOME

63243 E BARLOW TRAIL RD
Brightwood

BILL WREN & SONS INC

PO BOX 980
North Plains

BINFORD CONSTRUCTION

17313 SW SUGAR PLUM CT
Beaverton

Birdsmouth Construction LLC

1633 SE 55th
Portland

BISHOP PAINT & HOME IMPRVMNT

16770 SE ROCK CREEK CT
Clackamas

BitterCreek Development & Construction Co.

5277 NW Wickiup Way
Portland

Black Oak Construction, LLC

5375 Commercial St SE
Salem

Black Rhino Construction

3106 NE 65th Ave. #A

BLACK ROCK CARPENTRY LLC

2940 SE Tacoma St
Portland

BLACKISTON RENOVATION LLC

503 SW TAYLORS FERRY RD
Portland

BLACKSTONE BUILDERS

5631 NE 33rd Ave
Portland

BLAND CONSTRUCTION

PO Box 1010 Canby
Canby

Blue Heron Construction

PO Box 55
Estacada

Blue Lake Construction, LLC

9020 SW Washington Square Road
Portland

Blue Star Construction Services

2229 ne burnside rd. #91

Bluebird Construction Inc

2245 SE Brooklyn St
Portland

BLUESPA

385 1ST ST
Lake Oswego

Bluestone & Hockley Maintenance

9320 SW Barbur Blvd.
Portland

Bob Samuels Inc

8735 SW Lehman St
Portland

BOB'S HOME REMODEL & REPAIR

25222 E Welches Rd Unit 26
Welches

BOB'S MOBILE HOME SET UP

14262 S MAPLE GROVE RD
Molalla

Bocci DEsign

2400 SW Turner Rd
West Linn

BOMBADIL CONSTRUCTION

7105 CANBY ST
Portland

BOONE REMODEL INC

8835 SW Canyon Ln
Portland

BORG CONSTRUCTION INC

23399 S MULINO RD
Canby

BORGAES PROPERTIES LLC

PO BOX 32
Dundee

Both Sides Construction

1320 NE 160th Ave
Portland

Boulder Creek Construction

20220 NE Karlsen Dr

BOYD CONSTRUCTION CO

22904 NE 88TH ST

BOZART CONSTRUCTION

51753 LAKE DR
Scappoose

BRADLEY NEIL EVILSIZER

34900 ACHILLES RD
Warren

BRADLEY REMODELING

PO BOX 1102
Newberg

Bradley Vandehey Construction Inc.

39655 NW Wilkesbro Rd
Banks

BRAIDWOOD DESIGN & CONSTR

10524 SW 11TH DR
Portland

BrandLor Construction

10844 SE Harold Street
Portland

BREESE & CO

11830 SE EASTBOURNE LN
Portland

Breunig Construction Inc.

14360 SE Haze Ct.
Portland

BRIAN SCHMIDT WEATHERSTRIPPING

10200 SE 131ST AVE
Happy Valley

Bridge City Builders

2615 SW Custer St
Portland

BRIDGEPORT CONSTRUCTION

PO BOX 6543
Beaverton

Bridgeport Restoration LLC

1819 SW 5th AVE STE 280
Portland

Bridgeport, Inc

8321 SW 175th Ave
Beaverton

BRINK IMPROVEMENTS

8511 SW UMATILLA ST
Tualatin

BRITEWOOD REMODELING

2060 SW PATTULO WAY
West Linn

BRITTANY HOMES INC

22275 SW SCHOLLS SHERWOOD RD
Sherwood

BRITTCO

1959 LARCH

Broadway Construction LLC

10013 NE Hazel Dell Ave.#415

Broken To Beautiful LLC

13400 SE 20th St

Bruce Sternberg Architect, Inc.

P.O. BOX 82416
Portland

BRUMMELL CONSTRUCTION CO

152 E Bayview Ave

Bryan Dale Construction LLC

571 NE Anderson Rd
Gresham

BSC General Contractors Inc

3836 NE Skidmore St
Portland

Budget Drywall Co

18470 Ross Ave
Sandy

Build-It Green

105 N Killingsworth St., #1
Portland

BUILDCRAFT LLC

9221 SW 7TH AVE
Portland

Builders NW LLC

20420 NE Sunnycrest Road
Newberg

Building Blocks LLC

8190 SW Canyon Lane
Portland

BUILT WRIGHT CONSTRUCTION

622 SE MILL ST
Portland

Bullseye Electric

2625 NE 65th Avenue

Bunke Construction

19455 SW Sharoaks Dr.
Beaverton

BURNS CUTTING & CONTRACTOR

30960 S WRIGHT RD
Molalla

Butler Built Custom

5115 NE Mason Ct
Portland

BWH Design

1705 Fern Pl
Lake Oswego

Byerly Remodeling Inc

2215 SE 32nd Ave
Portland

BYRNE CUSTOM REMODELING

555 S. DOUGLAS ST.
Canby

C & A Home Repair

1326 8th Ave

C & D CONSTRUCTION LLC

601 NE 144TH AVE

C & K Custom Remodeling

3560 NE 120th Ave
Portland

C & L CABINETS & WOODWORKING INC

477 SW BAILEY AVE
Hillsboro

C & M HOUSES

12833 ADRIAN CT
Portland

C H POWELL REMODELING CO

17545 SE MARIE ST
Portland

C McNearney LLC

7415 SW Canyon Dr
Portland

C's Home Remodel & Repair

1221 SE Ellsworth Road

C. Harold Construction

3675 SE Center St
Portland

Cad Northwest Custom Home Design

22685 SW Conifer Dr
Sherwood

Caffall Construction Co Inc

8555 SW Sagert St
Tualatin

Cage Jones Aaron, LLC

3630 SE Haig St
Portland

CAL SPAS OF OREGON INC

11135 SW CANYON RD
Beaverton

CALHOUN & SONS CONTRACTING

4985 SE Willow St
Portland

California Closets - Portland

1235 W. Burnside
Portland

CALL CLAPSHAW

3003 NE 276TH AVE

Call You Back Builders, Inc.

Houghton St.
Portland

Callmark Construction, Inc.

10543 SW 80th Ave
Portland

Cameron Contractors

3916 NW 136th St

CAMPBELL CONTRACTING

29495 SW YOSEMITE
Wilsonville

Campbell Remodeling

4084 NE 5th Dr
Gresham

Capital Builders, LLC

POB 19115
Portland

Carey Custom Homes Inc

14795 SW Murray Scholls Dr
Beaverton

Caribou Contracting LLC

12690 SW Tremont Street
Portland

CARL GRISHAM

PO BOX 491
Lake Oswego

CARPENTER'S HELPER

700 AKRON AVE

Carpentry By Chris, Inc.

3775 SE Pelton Ave
Troutdale

CARPENTRY HOME SERVICES LLC

378 SE 34th Ct
Hillsboro

CARPENTRY PLUS INC

PO BOX 998
Boring

CASCADE CONTRACTING

6045 SW OLD SCHOLLS FERRY RD
Portland

CASCADE CONTRACTING LLC

7410 SW MACADAM AVE
Portland

CASCADE DECK & REMODELING

3833 SE DOUGLAS CT
Troutdale

Cascade Home Enhancement LLC

Licensed Bonded Insured CCB#200882
Tualatin

Cascade Home Services LLC

29800 NE Spud Mountain Rd

CASCADE MOBILE HOME SVC INC

3672 OLD LEWIS RIVER RD

CASCADE NORTHWEST CONSTRUCTION

8708 SE 76TH DR
Portland

Cascade Pole Buildings

4660 NE Belknap Ct
Hillsboro

CASCADE REMODELING

11501 SW PACIFIC HWY 100
Portland

Cascade Valley Construction

12447 Military Rd.

Cascadia Works LLC

130 NW 97th Avenue
Portland

Casebeer hydronics LLC

7146 N Greeley ave
Portland

casey remodeling

po box 324
Oregon City

CDM CONSTRUCTION LLC

13235 SW 76TH AVE
Portland

Cecil Smith Construction

305 NE Palmblad Dr
Gresham

CEDAR CONTRACTORS INC

5323 SE SIERRA VISTA DR
Portland

Cedar Mill Construction Co LLC

19465 SW 89th Ave
Tualatin

CEDAR RIDGE HOMES

1905 SW 257TH AVE
Troutdale

cedar roofs nw

208 NW 45th ST

CedarWorks Construction

16712 SE Main St
Portland

Centerline Construction

220 NW Baker Creek Rd
Mcminnville

Centerpoint Construction

4711 SW Greensboro Way
Beaverton

CERTIFIED AIR SAFETY

600 SE Maritime Ave Ste 210

Chad Rackham

123 portland st
Portland

Chandler Building Co

13930 SW Rawhide Ct
Beaverton

CHARLES LEE RUSSELL

19019 TERRY AVE
Lake Oswego

Charles Parsons Contractors, Inc.

13975 Traveler Rd
Oregon City

Chehalem Valley Custom Homes

402 W. Oxford St
Newberg

Cherry City Electric

1596 22nd St SE
Salem

Chinook Construction LLC

15205 SE Louise Ln
Clackamas

CHOICE CONSTRUCTION

13938 S LA RAE ST
Oregon City

ChoiceNW Construction

12195 SW Wildwood
Portland

CHRIS HOLMGREEN CONSTRUCTION INC

17357 SW CODY ST
Beaverton

CHRIS WITCRAFT

1506 DEBORAH RD
Newberg

Chrisco Construction LLC

POB 25190
Portland

CHRISTENSEN CONSTRUCTION NW

16952 NW BERNIETTA CT
Portland

Christie Architecture LLC

9532 SW 18th Place
Portland

Cielo Design Build LLC

105 SE 30th Avenue
Portland

Cinch Architecture

1742 NE 60th Ave
Portland

Cirlincione Construction LLC

17425 SW Ivy Glen Dr
Beaverton

CITY CENTER CONSTRUCTION

14111 NE FREMONT ST
Portland

CITY HOME IMPROVEMENT

8811 NE SANDY BLVD
Portland

Citybloques

3934 SE Schiller
Portland

Cityscape Renovation & Restoration LLC

7325 N Fowler Ave
Portland

CJ Hurley Century Arts

3247 NE Glisan St
Portland

CJC RENOVATIONS

15650 S LAMMER RD
Oregon City

CLACKAMAS ELECTRIC INC

PO Box 51
Beavercreek

Classic Construction and Remodeling Inc.

932 NE Siskiyou St
Portland

CLASSIC EXTERIORS & REMODELING INC

13500 SW PACIFIC HWY
Portland

CLASSIC HOME REPAIRS

19000 SW EAGLE POINT WAY
Mcminnville

Classic Pro Contractors Inc.

P.O. Box 22590
Milwaukie

Classic Ranch LLC

3439 SW Scholls Ferry Rd
Portland

CLASSIC STRUCTURES INC

8710 SW FAIRWAY DR
Portland

CLASSY HOMES LLC

15750 S GERBER RD
Oregon City

Claudiu Stanila Contruction

P.O. Box 33745
Portland

Claybaugh Repair and Remodel Inc

2340 SE Singing Woods Dr
Hillsboro

Clayton D Pledger

4619 NE 7th Ave
Portland

CLEANDANGO.COM

2849 NE M L KING BLVD
Portland

Clear Vision Construction

11911 SE Division St.
Portland

Closets To Go

9540 SW Tigard St
Portland

CM & Sons Roofing

PO Box 188
Forest Grove

CMJ Constuction

2030 S.E. Skyview Ct.
Portland

CNT CONSTRUCTION LLC

4630 SE 52ND AVE
Portland

CNW CONSTRUCTION INC.

15140 SE 82nd Dr.
Clackamas

CODIGA CONSTRUCTION INC

801 S Park St
Carlton

COHABIT DESIGN & CONSTRUCT

7821 N MISSISSIPPI
Portland

COLE MASON CONSTRUCTION

6518 SE 83RD AVE
Portland

COLLIER & CO BUILDERS DESIGNER

2155 NW WILSON ST
Portland

COLOR CRAFT CONSTRUCTION

895 NW TOWLE AVE
Gresham

Color Your Carpet

9733 Elaine Rd.

COLUMBIA CONTRACTORS

8714 SE 9TH AVE
Portland

Columbia NW, Inc.

5414 NE 101ST CIR

Columbia River Tile & Stone Inc

8171 SE Cypress Ave
Portland

Columbia Window Cleaning Co

4666 SE Meldrum Ave
Milwaukie

COMBS REMODEL CONSTRUCTION INC

1316 SE 34TH AVE
Portland

Complete Remodeling & Building

6625 N Campbell Ave
Portland

Comstock Homes

12020 SW 118Th
Portland

Concept Construction, Inc

121 E. Columbia River Hwy
Troutdale

CONFLUENCE DESIGN BUILD INC

5504 NE SKIDMORE
Portland

CONNIE'S SIGN

2233 NE 244TH AVE
Troutdale

CONSIDER IT DONE REMODELING

5503 NW KAUFFMAN AVE

CONSTRUCT DESIGN LLC

3720 SW BAIRD ST
Portland

Construction Management Northwest LLC

5932 SE 57th Ave
Portland

CONSTRUCTION SPECIALISTS

PO BOX 928
Saint Helens

CONSTRUCTION USA

3215 SW 170TH AVE
Beaverton

Constructive Remodeling

5231 SE 111th Ave
Portland

Contract Furnishings Mart

915 SE Sandy Blvd
Portland

Contract Furnishings Mart

14160 SW 72nd
Portland

Contract Furnishings Mart

4865 NW 235th Ave
Hillsboro

Contract Furnishings Mart

15140 SE 82nd Dr
Clackamas

CONTRACTING SERVICES

4620 SW Pasadena St
Portland

CONTRACTORS CHOICE

7615 NW 3RD AVE

CONTRACTORS CONSTRUCTION

1828 SW 18TH AVE
Portland

Cooper Design Builders

4076 N Mississippi Ave
Portland

CORBAN Home Repair and Construction

10013 NE Hazel Dell Ave, #199

Corneliu Morariu Plumbing

5235 SW 153rd Ave
Beaverton

CORNERSTONE DISASTER REPAIR INC

5331 SW MACADAM AVENUE
Portland

CORNERSTONE HOMES & CONSTRUCTION

1043 NW COUNCIL DR
Gresham

Corrib Construction llc

5211 Se 33 ave
Portland

COSTANZO BROTHERS CONSTRUCTION INC

18590 ECHO WAY
Gladstone

Couch Construction LLC

3140 Royce Way
Lake Oswego

COUGAR CARPENTRY

12816 NW JARVIS PL
Banks

Countertops R US

21875 S Foothills Ave
Oregon City

Country Construction & Design

12741 S. Casto Rd.
Oregon City

Country Restoration

2210 W Main St

COVINGTON CONSTRUCTION

4130 SW LEE ST
Portland

COWAN CONSTRUCTION LLC

PO BOX 1846
Tualatin

Cowger Electric LLC

3418 Knoll Dr
Newberg

CRAFTSMAN DESIGN & RENOVATION LLC

1100 SE Grand Avenue, Suite 202
Portland

Craftsman Restoration

4110 SE Hawthorne #340
Portland

Craftsmanship By Clarke

34469 Princeton Dr

CRAFTWORK

1048 NE PARKS EDGE CIR
Hillsboro

Craftworks Home Repair & Improvement

6824 SE Carlton st
Portland

Creative Contractors & Design LLC.

15357 Union School Rd NE
Woodburn

Creative Craft

4837 E. Burnside st. suite#12
Portland

Creative Home Remodeling

7350 SW Landmark Ln
Portland

CREATIVE REMODELING & RNVTN

1715 NE 54TH AVE
Portland

CREATIVE SOLUTIONS CONSTRUCTION

6175 SW 173RD AVE
Beaverton

Creative Stoneworks Inc

14840 SW 144th Ave
Portland

Creative Tile and Remodel LLC

18928 SW Heightview Ct
Beaverton

Creekstone Designs

Lake Oswego

CREEL CONSTRUCTION LLC

826 SE 55th Ave
Portland

Cris-Wal LLC

162 N 4th Ave.
Cornelius

CRM CONSTRUCTION

4230 NE HAWN CREEK RD
Mcminnville
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