Paul Cottle Construction LLC.

4420 NE 54th Ave
Portland, OR 97218
(503) 419-8688
http://www.paulcottleconstruction.com/
Contact: Cottle, Paul
Business Description: We are a small high quality residential and small commercial remodeling and home improvement company based in Portland Oregon. Our team consists of professionals representing the best in home remodeling, design, and renovation. We provide expertise in design, installation, plumbing, electrical, and planning all the elements necessary for the successful completion of your project from start to finish. Our design and construction professionals work hard to fulfill your needs and our goal is nothing short of 100% satisfaction. We have over 30 years experience in all phases of residential and small commercial construction, including design and architectural services. We practice sustainable living while providing exceptional service to our customers. My name is stamped on every job with a presence from beginning to end. In addition, I use the finest quality materials and practices for every job. No corners are cut and every job is approached as if it were my own home. We maintain very low overhead so that our customers can enjoy competitive pricing and exceptional value. If Paul Cottle Construction is your contractor, You will experience craftsmanship, professionalism, and integrity. Every customer is important to us and no job is too small. For over 17 years, most of our customers have been referrals. Sincerely, Paul W. Cottle
In Business Since: 1994
Service Area: Entire area
On Angie's List Since: 4/2/2011
Warranties: YES
Free Estimates: Yes
Office Hours: Mon 08.00 AM - 05.00 PM, Tue 08.00 AM - 05.00 PM, Wed 08.00 AM - 05.00 PM, Thu 08.00 AM - 05.00 PM, Fri 08.00 AM - 05.00 PM, Sat 08.00 AM - 05.00 PM, Sun Closed
Excluded Services: Excavation, electrical, foundations & concrete work are sub-contracted.
Licensed: Yes, I am appropriately licensed for my trade.
(All statements concerning insurance, licenses, and bonds are informational only, and are self-reported. Since insurance, licenses and bonds can expire and can be cancelled, homeowners should always check such information for themselves.)
Senior Discount: 10%
Cities Served: National
 
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