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    CRAYTOR CONSTRUCTION
    I am not surprised there are no reviews on these guys.
    Nearly all of their work is by referral and most are somehow related to other families they have worked for. When I checked them out I found they stay steadly busy with many customers having them return every few years to do other projects. They have been in business in the same area for 30+ years, did much of our work themselves but when subs were used they were also highly experienced relieable people.
    Ours was a major remodel ( tore the back of our house off and extended the entire downstairs about  8') requiring a couple months of work. Jim scheduled our project, actually started early and not once did we have a day that was not full of activity. In the end, both the interior and exterior do not shout "remodel".  Our 1988 build home looks like a brand new clean sheet design.
    Heads up, they are not the best fit  when shopping a bunch of guys looking for the cheapest bid. However, for those who appreciate that a contractor has stayed busy through three decades of economic ups and downs for a reason, Craytors are definitely worth talking to.
    Although our project was big and cost well into six figures, referrals we contacted indicate the Craytors do small jobs and new construction with equal professionalism. Although we had spent a lot of money, the outcome far exceeded our wildest dreams and we certainly got more than we paid for.
    - Anthony C.
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    Stone Creek Building and Development
    After interviewing many builders, my husband and I were happy to find Mark Bierwagen with Stone Creek Building and Development. He was recommended to us by our construction lender who had worked with him on several projects. Mark is a knowledgeable and competent builder while also being personable and respectful to his clients. Mark was very mindful of our budget and helped to strategize solutions when the inevitable homebuilding issues came up. He was flexible and also made sure we maintained quality throughout our project. We were very happy with Mark and Stone Creek Building and Development and we LOVE our new home!

    - Lola S.
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    Lords Construction LCC
    He provides quality products/ideas to select from so we feel good about what we are putting in our home (and respects pricing whether it's products or services we need).  The sub contractors he works with are friendly and professional with outstanding results.  Tod explains the pros/cons for ideas, straightforward with pricing and is meticulous with the final product.  If something doesn't look right he will see it right away-- and it gets fixed right away and he doesn't make it our problem to worry about.
    - nichole h.
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    Swanson Construction Inc
    He is very honest and reliable except the project took longer than we thought. Part of that was just things that came up and not all was on him, although he did take a vacation. He is very meticulous and does a good job. All in all, I would recommend him. He is also very nice.
    - Kristin B.
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    DLH PLUMBING
    We used DLH Plumbing, a subsidary of DLH Contractors. After acquiring several bids, DLH was the lowest and most flexible to work with. I did some of the initial work myself, and they had no problem working with me, finishing the job.
    DLH was very professional, easy to communicate with and timely. Would use again in the future.
    - Stephen F.
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    JIM BEVER CONSTRUCTION
    The project went extremely well.  We had built a house about 20 years before, in Oregon City, when Jim was one of the crew on his dad Walt's construction company.  That project went so well that when we considered building again, we thought of the Bevers and no one else.  Walt was retired and Jim was now the contractor.  Jim's expertise goes beyond mere building.  Here's one example:  when we called Jim to visit a lot we were considering, to provide a ballpark estimate, he gave us the estimate and then queried us on why we hadn't considered the lot we did eventually build on, which was adjacent.  We assumed it was actually 3 small lots, seeing some survey stakes.  Thankfully for us, Jim had done his homework and informed us that no, it was a large lot and listed for even less than the adjacent one.  Long story short:  we took advantage of the sagging market and got a great deal on the lot.  We hadn't really thought we could afford to build and were very surprised at Jim's estimate.  "This is the time to build", he said; "lumber is cheap now and all my subs are hungry for work."  One thing we value highly in dealing with Jim is his willingness and ability to communicate.  This man returns phone calls and e-mails.  It goes beyond that:  he patiently went over many house plans with us; lots and lots of hours at our kitchen table, suggesting, answering questions, discussing modifications to plans we liked etc.  He ran interference for us with the city planning dept.  One of the very few errors he made was in the estimate he gave for the cost of the building permit.  Yowzers!  It was much higher than he thought it would be.  The major negative experience was in dealing with another contractor moving two houses onto lots nearby, one of which was next to the driveway Jim punched in to our flag lot.  In moving that house in they tore up a portion of our driveway and then refused to acknowledge any damage.  Over time we suspected that there was an apparent "special relationship" between that contractor and the city inspector, to our detriment--one construction standard for us and one for her.  That was our perception. This is where Jim's skills paid off again:  when I was ready to blow up at some of the goings on, Jim calmed me down and did the talking.  He kept the focus on completing the project and not alienating the inspector.  Before we broke ground Jim explained that although we could specify which subcontractors we wanted, he had formed relationships with several over the years that he used more or less exclusively.  "They are more expensive; however, you will not only get a quality product, but if you have a problem even years from now they will attend to it and correct it."  We accepted that approach and it was a wise one.  They were experienced and gave us input on making little changes here and there that we wouldn't have thought of.  An example:  the plumber suggested that we include a hot water line to one of our outside faucets.  It was an extra cost but I'm glad we did it because I've used that feature several times and if I want to set up an outdoor shower all I have to do is run a hose out to it.  Jim has a good eye for design and color schemes and we came to value his input.  Again, there were lots of (sometimes) semi-heated discussions at the kitchen table when he would argue his point about color or texture.  Sometimes we took his suggestions and sometimes we shook our heads and opted for the alternative.  When he saw we were firm he would cheerfully drop it.  The bid did not include insulating the ceiling but Jim advised me to just do it myself, pointing out that it would keep the downstairs cooler in the summer, warmer in the winter, as well as providing some noise dampening.  For about $200 for the insulation and a couple days of labor I did it myself, using his staple gun.  He also loaned me his tiller so I could smooth the soil around the house and plant some grass seed.  We have lived here almost 2.5 years and we love our house.  If we ever decide to build again we will be giving Jim a call.
    - GARY S.
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    KEYSER CONSTRUCTION INC
    We have worked with Keyser construction multiple times over the last 12 years. I am an engineer, and very specific about the work performed on jobs at our home. Brandan Keyser is extremely conscientious and does things the right way to bring about an excellent end-product. I am always glad that I have a contractor that I can trust performing work in and on my home. Remodels and additions are invasive on normal life, and Keyser Construction has worked hard to keep us as a customers happy. Brandan Keyser also selects subcontractors that have equally high standards of doing business. I highly recommend Keyser Construction.
    - Luke F.
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    Kennedy Restoration
    I found them on Angie's List and they were fantastic with everything.  I would tell others to call them immediately if you have have water or fire damage.  They take care of the situation and make it tolerable, they were so fantastic.
    - Jole m.
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    McNamara Construction
    We purchased a new washer and dryer. Upon removing the old washer, we discovered it had been leaking and we had a dry rot problem in the sub floor. We also needed to move the dryer vent opening. McNamara Construction was quick to meet our needs. The problem was solved efficiently and economically. They did a great job.
    - CRISTINE P.
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    Dan Price Construction & Remodeling
    Dan, Robert and Mike are good, honest, hard working people and we miss seeing them every day. I wish we could find flaws in their workmanship so that we would have an excuse to have them back to fix something. They were great to work with in a situation that was very stressful for us (all of our furniture and personal belongings on the 1st floor, including our bedroom, were ruined and we had to camp out elsewhere during the reconstruction processes-- being through that flood was devastating). The timing for us to move back in was tight and Dan, Robert and Mike made it work exactly to the day. The quality of their work was excellent. My husband and I recommend Dan Price Construction for a large job like ours or a small job like a new deck, or a room remodel. Regardless of the size of the job, we're sure that Dan and his sons/partners will give the same attention and quality workmanship to the job no matter what the size.
    - Patricia F.
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