Portland Master Bedroom Remodel

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C McNearney LLC
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Recent Review: Over the years, we have used a number of contractors to remodel our home. By far, C. McNearney, LLC tops the list. The firm provided excellent quality work in the remodel of our master bedroom bathroom, completed the work on schedule, on time and within the agreed upon budget, and suggested very helpful design and product assistance. The project was a complete remodel of the bathroom that included removing everything. The shower was expanded in size with a built-in bench. The shower and the floor were tiled. The tile work done by C. McNearney is simply lovely. The grouting looks perfect. The shower was completed with a glass door. New fixtures were installed and relocated in the shower and replaced in the cabinet. Charles and his staff were a delight to have working in our home. Having a high quality remodel completed on time was worth what we paid. The bathroom looks great. We are pleased to highly recommend C. McNearney LLC.
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C Cook LLC
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Recent Review: Colin took our design and turned our studio space into an amazing master bedroom suite! Colin was very professional and easy to work with, and we would, and plan to use Colin again for future projects.
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Skandia Remodeling
Recent Review: The project began October 2008 and was completed mid-May 2009.  On the surface of things, six and a half months may seem to be a long time for this remodel, but it was a very complex project and there were also several changes made by us that caused the job to stretch out some over the originally planned completion of approximately three and a half months.  We wanted the kitchen to be enlarged by removing the existing wall between the interior of the house and the three bay garage and pushing the wall an additional 3-4 feet into the garage.  This required moving the hot water heater and the furnace to the other side of the garage.  It also required moving a weight bearing wall between the existing kitchen and the utility room.  This required supplying a new laminated beam for construction of the new weight-bearing wall.  In addition, we changed the design of the floor to ceiling glass enclosed shower in the master bathroom that required redesign and fabrication of a very complex shower enclosure.  These changes required significant time delays because of short notice to subcontractors.  All in all, we felt Skandia did a remarkable job of doing the complete remake of the kitchen, including all new appliances, a large garden window, granite counters,  cherry cabinets, new flooring, all new lighting, two new sinks, utility room and pantry.  Also part of the remodel included more than doubling the size of the master bedroom closet and enlarging the shower room part of the master bath and design and fabrication of a large floor to ceiling very unique glass and tile shower. The entire project resulted in a remarkably beautiful remodel that was very professionally done to our complete satisfaction and at what we considered a very good overall price.  We have received nothing but great reviews from our family and friends.  We were very impressed with Paul Olson, owner of Skandia Remodelers.  He did the design and oversaw the entire project.  We could not have been happier with the end results.  Paul and his workers and subcontractors were very sensitive to our needs throughout the entire project.  We would not hesitate to recommend Skandia to anyone.  We would be happy to answer any questions from anyone who may be contemplating a large scale remodel project.
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Decco Design LLC
Recent Review: Provided bid for shower platform. He was on time for his appointment and was courteous to take off his shoes at the front door without asking. He asked plenty of questions about the project to help narrow down material selection options. Bid was emailed to me promptly with a written description of project details.
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REF Construction
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Recent Review: We interviewed 5 general contractors. We were looking for a "Design & Build" contractor. Many contractors use a separate designer who charges you by the hour for design work. Unfortunately, when it is done that way you have no idea what your design costs could be. REF, (owned by Ryan Found) was willing to provide a design which his bid was then based on. The original scope of the job was going to be just the kitchen, but we also asked for a bid on the master bath as well. Before Ryan presented the bid he met with us a number of times to make sure he understood exactly our vision of the remodel. When Ryan presented us with the bids he brought Eric Goranson with him. Eric does all of Ryan's design work and presented us with the actual designs with the specific details, and CAD images. Eric came up with a perfect solution and included a few unique items that were not discussed but were perfect for the remodel. We kept each one. This work product was given to us before we signed the contract or paid any money. The contract bid from REF was such that it would allow us to remodel both the kitchen and the master bath.We also got a bid from the another contractor. The numbers were not much different than REF's. However, the presentation by Ryan and Eric was by far superior to the other contractors. We felt very strongly that Ryan was customer oriented and that he would do a great job. Since all down-to-the-studs remodels come with surprises, he told us that regardless he would make things right. (The only items on the contract that could not be determined was lead and asbestos abatement, and lucky for us neither turned out to be an issue). My wife and I have hired many contractors over the years but this was by far the largest project we've taken on. Once we selected Ryan, he presented to us the complete timeline for the project. Specifically, what work would be done on which days and when the project would be completed. He posted them at the work station he set up in the house, and we were told of any minor deviations ahead of time. He assured us he could complete the project on time and on budget (no surprises). Frankly I've heard that so many times I found it hard to believe, but Ryan's professionalism convinced us that he could do it. So the time came to write a check for half of the contract price. My hand started to shake and sweat built up on my brow. This was a lot of money and I was handing it over to someone I had never hired before. My fear and anxiety turned out to be completely unwarranted. Ryan was very hands on during the project. He has 2 project supervisors and at first they were both at the house. It was immediately obvious that Ryan?s customer-first philosophy carried over to them as well. However, it was Sean who was ultimately the supervisor our project. During the construction, regardless of the questions we had, Ryan and Sean took as much time as we needed to have our them answered. We've hired contractors for remodels before and typically once a project supervisor is on the job you rarely, if ever, see the head guy again. This was not the case with Ryan. He frequently showed up to monitor the project to direct Sean and the subcontractors. Both responded to my texts almost immediately, and all emails were answered the same day. During the construction whenever a subcontractor came into our house for the first time Sean brought them to us and introduced each subcontractor and their employees. This was a new experience for us, and it greatly reduced the stress associated with remodels. I even joked with Sean that he had become a member of the family (in a good sense). As the project progressed it became clear that Ryan was keeping the project on schedule, and that the work would be completed on time - which it was. But for a change we made near the end of the project, the work was completed on the exact day Ryan had promised. Another thing I need to mention is that whenever I've hired a contractor even the smallest change we requested turned into a change order and an additional charge, There is a standing joke that contractors make their real money on change orders from homeowners who once the project has started they see things they didn't like and didn't foresee.This never happened once with Ryan. While he explained any major change might result in additional charges, the other ones would just be considered part of the original contract. During the project we did ask for a number of things to be changed, but Ryan never tacked on any additional costs. Moreover, if we thought something had not been done the way we wanted it done, there was never any question. Ryan just had the change made. No questions asked. If we pointed out something a subcontractor did that didn't seem right, we never heard a word back. Instead the subcontractor returned, usually the next day, and corrected it. In the end, all of Ryan's subcontractors turned out to be excellent. There was a problem with the supplier of the semi-custom cabinets we installed. The cabinets were very well made, but aesthetically, the finish on many of the doors were unacceptable. Whichever ones we found unacceptable Ryan simply returned them for replacements. Again, Ryan did not question our judgement on this. He just took care of the problem. We never had to deal with it. His customer-comes-first philosophy is real and he followed through to make sure we were happy. So how did the remodel come out? Fantastic. The end result exceeded our expectations, and we feel our money was well spent. This was as stress free as I could ever imagine a remodel being. Ryan genuinely wanted us to be thrilled with how the project came out, and we are. We'd hire him again in a heartbeat. In fact we wished we'd used him on a family room remodel a number of years ago that didn't meet out expectations.
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RSS Remodeling LLC
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Recent Review: Ralph was very personable and positive about our project from the beginning. He was able to look at my plans and envision exactly what we wanted and came out several times before starting our project to make sure we were all on the same page. Ralph was also the only contractor who offered to try to save our original fir floors. None of the other people we met with would even consider it because it was too labor intensive. It's obvious that Ralph loves old houses and enjoys preserving as much of their charm and character as possible. Ralph was tremendously clean throughout our project and never once left a mess behind at the end of the day. He was also very patient with first time remodelers and answered all of our questions and provided advise without being condescending. Our new half bath is fantastic and the original floors make it look like it's been there for years. The quality of craftsmanship is excellent and included several custom items that show he obviously has many years of experience. I would recommend him without reservation to anyone looking for a fair and honest contractor.
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McCulloch Construction
Recent Review: Our remodeled rooms are beautiful and we are very happy! 
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Eye Candy Interiors
Recent Review: Consultant was punctual and pleasant.  I was surprised at her non-professional appearance, but perhaps she is just getting started in the business and that is why she offered the "deal".  We had an interesting conversation during which she offered suggestions on wall color and advice on which color of pillows to pair with my duvet cover.  I was surprised at her focus on keeping products extra low-cost, which I had not mentioned and did not particularly need.  Living in Vancouver I was surprised that her recommendations for paint suppliers were in east Portland.  I would have preferred a local supplier. 
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Leitner Construction
Recent Review: We had a very large, spa type bathroom added to our master bedroom, had our existing bathroom converted into a walk in closet, and added a window to our bedroom.  We also used Tim to contract the tiling of our fireplace, front entry. guest bath, and kitchen floor and counters.
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New Leaf Renovation
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Recent Review: Their employees were just great to have around. They had such great personalities and were great to deal with. I believe that they did a great job with the work. They were also very responsive when I wanted something of detail to be fixed after they were completed with the work. They came right back out and fixed it for me.

Reviews in Portland to Remodel Master Bedroom

AC McNearney LLC
Over the years, we have used a number of contractors to remodel our home. By far, C. McNearney, LLC tops the list. The firm provided excellent quality work in the remodel of our master bedroom bathroom, completed the work on schedule, on time and within the agreed upon budget, and suggested very helpful design and product assistance. The project was a complete remodel of the bathroom that included removing everything. The shower was expanded in size with a built-in bench. The shower and the floor were tiled. The tile work done by C. McNearney is simply lovely. The grouting looks perfect. The shower was completed with a glass door. New fixtures were installed and relocated in the shower and replaced in the cabinet. Charles and his staff were a delight to have working in our home. Having a high quality remodel completed on time was worth what we paid. The bathroom looks great. We are pleased to highly recommend C. McNearney LLC.
- Gail D....
AC Cook LLC
Colin took our design and turned our studio space into an amazing master bedroom suite! Colin was very professional and easy to work with, and we would, and plan to use Colin again for future projects.
- Adriane D....
ASkandia Remodeling
The project began October 2008 and was completed mid-May 2009.  On the surface of things, six and a half months may seem to be a long time for this remodel, but it was a very complex project and there were also several changes made by us that caused the job to stretch out some over the originally planned completion of approximately three and a half months.  We wanted the kitchen to be enlarged by removing the existing wall between the interior of the house and the three bay garage and pushing the wall an additional 3-4 feet into the garage.  This required moving the hot water heater and the furnace to the other side of the garage.  It also required moving a weight bearing wall between the existing kitchen and the utility room.  This required supplying a new laminated beam for construction of the new weight-bearing wall.  In addition, we changed the design of the floor to ceiling glass enclosed shower in the master bathroom that required redesign and fabrication of a very complex shower enclosure.  These changes required significant time delays because of short notice to subcontractors.  All in all, we felt Skandia did a remarkable job of doing the complete remake of the kitchen, including all new appliances, a large garden window, granite counters,  cherry cabinets, new flooring, all new lighting, two new sinks, utility room and pantry.  Also part of the remodel included more than doubling the size of the master bedroom closet and enlarging the shower room part of the master bath and design and fabrication of a large floor to ceiling very unique glass and tile shower. The entire project resulted in a remarkably beautiful remodel that was very professionally done to our complete satisfaction and at what we considered a very good overall price.  We have received nothing but great reviews from our family and friends.  We were very impressed with Paul Olson, owner of Skandia Remodelers.  He did the design and oversaw the entire project.  We could not have been happier with the end results.  Paul and his workers and subcontractors were very sensitive to our needs throughout the entire project.  We would not hesitate to recommend Skandia to anyone.  We would be happy to answer any questions from anyone who may be contemplating a large scale remodel project.
- Michael W....
BDecco Design LLC
Provided bid for shower platform. He was on time for his appointment and was courteous to take off his shoes at the front door without asking. He asked plenty of questions about the project to help narrow down material selection options. Bid was emailed to me promptly with a written description of project details.
- Philip O....
AREF Construction
We interviewed 5 general contractors. We were looking for a "Design & Build" contractor. Many contractors use a separate designer who charges you by the hour for design work. Unfortunately, when it is done that way you have no idea what your design costs could be. REF, (owned by Ryan Found) was willing to provide a design which his bid was then based on. The original scope of the job was going to be just the kitchen, but we also asked for a bid on the master bath as well. Before Ryan presented the bid he met with us a number of times to make sure he understood exactly our vision of the remodel. When Ryan presented us with the bids he brought Eric Goranson with him. Eric does all of Ryan's design work and presented us with the actual designs with the specific details, and CAD images. Eric came up with a perfect solution and included a few unique items that were not discussed but were perfect for the remodel. We kept each one. This work product was given to us before we signed the contract or paid any money. The contract bid from REF was such that it would allow us to remodel both the kitchen and the master bath.We also got a bid from the another contractor. The numbers were not much different than REF's. However, the presentation by Ryan and Eric was by far superior to the other contractors. We felt very strongly that Ryan was customer oriented and that he would do a great job. Since all down-to-the-studs remodels come with surprises, he told us that regardless he would make things right. (The only items on the contract that could not be determined was lead and asbestos abatement, and lucky for us neither turned out to be an issue). My wife and I have hired many contractors over the years but this was by far the largest project we've taken on. Once we selected Ryan, he presented to us the complete timeline for the project. Specifically, what work would be done on which days and when the project would be completed. He posted them at the work station he set up in the house, and we were told of any minor deviations ahead of time. He assured us he could complete the project on time and on budget (no surprises). Frankly I've heard that so many times I found it hard to believe, but Ryan's professionalism convinced us that he could do it. So the time came to write a check for half of the contract price. My hand started to shake and sweat built up on my brow. This was a lot of money and I was handing it over to someone I had never hired before. My fear and anxiety turned out to be completely unwarranted. Ryan was very hands on during the project. He has 2 project supervisors and at first they were both at the house. It was immediately obvious that Ryan?s customer-first philosophy carried over to them as well. However, it was Sean who was ultimately the supervisor our project. During the construction, regardless of the questions we had, Ryan and Sean took as much time as we needed to have our them answered. We've hired contractors for remodels before and typically once a project supervisor is on the job you rarely, if ever, see the head guy again. This was not the case with Ryan. He frequently showed up to monitor the project to direct Sean and the subcontractors. Both responded to my texts almost immediately, and all emails were answered the same day. During the construction whenever a subcontractor came into our house for the first time Sean brought them to us and introduced each subcontractor and their employees. This was a new experience for us, and it greatly reduced the stress associated with remodels. I even joked with Sean that he had become a member of the family (in a good sense). As the project progressed it became clear that Ryan was keeping the project on schedule, and that the work would be completed on time - which it was. But for a change we made near the end of the project, the work was completed on the exact day Ryan had promised. Another thing I need to mention is that whenever I've hired a contractor even the smallest change we requested turned into a change order and an additional charge, There is a standing joke that contractors make their real money on change orders from homeowners who once the project has started they see things they didn't like and didn't foresee.This never happened once with Ryan. While he explained any major change might result in additional charges, the other ones would just be considered part of the original contract. During the project we did ask for a number of things to be changed, but Ryan never tacked on any additional costs. Moreover, if we thought something had not been done the way we wanted it done, there was never any question. Ryan just had the change made. No questions asked. If we pointed out something a subcontractor did that didn't seem right, we never heard a word back. Instead the subcontractor returned, usually the next day, and corrected it. In the end, all of Ryan's subcontractors turned out to be excellent. There was a problem with the supplier of the semi-custom cabinets we installed. The cabinets were very well made, but aesthetically, the finish on many of the doors were unacceptable. Whichever ones we found unacceptable Ryan simply returned them for replacements. Again, Ryan did not question our judgement on this. He just took care of the problem. We never had to deal with it. His customer-comes-first philosophy is real and he followed through to make sure we were happy. So how did the remodel come out? Fantastic. The end result exceeded our expectations, and we feel our money was well spent. This was as stress free as I could ever imagine a remodel being. Ryan genuinely wanted us to be thrilled with how the project came out, and we are. We'd hire him again in a heartbeat. In fact we wished we'd used him on a family room remodel a number of years ago that didn't meet out expectations.
- Robert N....
ARSS Remodeling LLC
Ralph was very personable and positive about our project from the beginning. He was able to look at my plans and envision exactly what we wanted and came out several times before starting our project to make sure we were all on the same page. Ralph was also the only contractor who offered to try to save our original fir floors. None of the other people we met with would even consider it because it was too labor intensive. It's obvious that Ralph loves old houses and enjoys preserving as much of their charm and character as possible. Ralph was tremendously clean throughout our project and never once left a mess behind at the end of the day. He was also very patient with first time remodelers and answered all of our questions and provided advise without being condescending. Our new half bath is fantastic and the original floors make it look like it's been there for years. The quality of craftsmanship is excellent and included several custom items that show he obviously has many years of experience. I would recommend him without reservation to anyone looking for a fair and honest contractor.
- Melissia A....
BEye Candy Interiors
Consultant was punctual and pleasant.  I was surprised at her non-professional appearance, but perhaps she is just getting started in the business and that is why she offered the "deal".  We had an interesting conversation during which she offered suggestions on wall color and advice on which color of pillows to pair with my duvet cover.  I was surprised at her focus on keeping products extra low-cost, which I had not mentioned and did not particularly need.  Living in Vancouver I was surprised that her recommendations for paint suppliers were in east Portland.  I would have preferred a local supplier. 
- Toni T....
ALeitner Construction
We had a very large, spa type bathroom added to our master bedroom, had our existing bathroom converted into a walk in closet, and added a window to our bedroom.  We also used Tim to contract the tiling of our fireplace, front entry. guest bath, and kitchen floor and counters.
- Christi L....
AREF Construction
The project progressed very smoothly. I appreciated the assistance with design by Eric. I liked how Sean asked questions regarding decisions before he plowed into any aspect of the job. This demonstrated to me that this was my remodel not a cookie cutter job. Ryan was affable and very competent in ensuring all materials and work was done according to schedule. I was very impressed how the pre-project schedule was followed. The tile workmanship was excellent. The painting was superb. I liked the care that the sheet rockers took in matching my smooth hallway walls. This is not always easy to do. Remodeling can hold a bit of trepidation for the consumer. Through this entire process I was always at ease.
- Dolores J....
ANew Leaf Renovation
Their employees were just great to have around. They had such great personalities and were great to deal with. I believe that they did a great job with the work. They were also very responsive when I wanted something of detail to be fixed after they were completed with the work. They came right back out and fixed it for me.
- Steve W....