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Featured Reviews for Kitchen & Bathroom Remodelers in Oregon City, OR

Hammond Design Build
Kitchen & Bathroom Remodelers in Oregon City, OR
Average rating: 5 out of 5 starsDecember 23, 2020
Todd and his team were fantastic with helping me chose the design for my kitchen remodel a few years back. They were professional, timely and competed the remodel with precision. I would highly recommend Todd for your home project!
Skandia Design and Remodeling
Kitchen & Bathroom Remodelers in Oregon City, OR
Average rating: 5 out of 5 starsJune 9, 2016
My project was a root-and-branch kitchen design/rebuild. The original house dates from 1897 but it's been jerked around and added onto quite a bit so that the kitchen is now the very visible center of the house. I wanted to roll the kitchen and old dining room plus a disused bathroom into a single large live-in kitchen with a laundry area that could be closed from view. I also wanted a mudroom and a second sink to deal with heaps of muddy produce from my all-seasons vegetable garden. Paul Olson at Skandia had a nifty 3D program that allowed us to visualize and play with the layout. Two walls were removed; the mudroom was built out onto the existing back porch. Walls, ceiling, floors (including the ceiling below in the basement) were stripped to the studs. Skandia did all new flooring, sheetrock, paint, lighting, plumbing, windows, counters. I shopped for the appliances but Skandia installed them, including a massive range hood that was difficult to duct because of my low ceilings. I do a lot of cooking. I grow all my own vegetables, and make all my own everything. I've lived over twenty years in this house. So, I had a lot of views on how I wanted my kitchen to be. Like, a kitchen door should have all the fiddly little individual glass panes that take two days to paint around, not just one big pane with lined divisions. I need the counter lowered where I roll pastry. I wanted new cabinets, and a lot more of them, but reusing as much as possible of the original vertical grain fir... All this to say, I may not have been the most easy-going client to work with. Too, the hundred-plus-year-old house has no straight lines or level surfaces. There were random hot wires in the ceiling and mummified rats under the floor. Of the three design/build contractors and one architect I interviewed, Paul Olson at Skandia was the only one who seemed really interested—I don't mean in landing the job but in the house itself. He got the vibe. Paul has an artist's eye and experience with period styles. He walked me through all the kerjillion design choices and kept me real with the budget. When I needed to pare down he helped me pare, and where I wanted to splurge he enabled (that fabulous green stone countertop!) His cabinetmaker, Alexei, even built me a red lacquer "Chinese" cabinet for my collection of CDs. Skandia was not the lowest bidder. But Paul stuck religiously to his estimates. There was not one single surprise. Every single workman who came to the house seemed to have known Paul since their dads went to high school together. The men were uniformly competent, punctual, and a joy to have around. Especially, Paul's right-hand man Bil Frost must be the handyman in the mind of God. Bil never left the house without cleaning everything. There was no detail too minute, too fiddling, to often, too back-breaking. Haul the old fridge to the basement? Sure! Need to cut out the basement door frame to make it fit? Hey, no problem. I blush to think how often I heard Bil say, "She wants..." But I got it, whatever I wanted. The job took three and a half months and cost a staggering amount of money. I love my new kitchen with a sick passion. I would hire Paul (and Bil! I would adopt Bil) again in a shot. And actually the whole look and flow of the house are so improved, if I sold the property today I believe I'd make my money back.
RIGID CONSTRUCTION, LLC
Kitchen & Bathroom Remodelers in Oregon City, OR
Average rating: 5 out of 5 starsOctober 5, 2021
I hired Shane to build a rather large retaining wall in order create a level level yard in front of my home. It was a sizable task and I wanted it done before Thanksgiving. Shane not only did an outstanding job but he met the time frame I needed. The wall looked amazing and I couldn't have been happier. I frequently got compliments from people walking by about how nice it looked. His pricing was fair and his attention to detail really stood out. The next summer when I needed my roof replaced I didn't even hesitate to have Shane do the work. He again did a fantastic job and I was thrilled. I highly recommend Shane. You won't be disappointed.
Bluebonnet Builders LLC
Kitchen & Bathroom Remodelers in Oregon City, OR
Average rating: 5 out of 5 starsOctober 13, 2013
The team at Master Builder did a great job and were extremely professional. We hired them to remodel our all our baths and kitchen. The work included new tile, new cabinets and new bathtub installation. The kitchen included new design with all things installed. They outsourced some of the plumbing but performed most of the work themselves. They are detail oriented and left a clean work area each evening. They used the garage for their shop throughout the remodel and it worked fine. They also bring a trailer with an impressive array of professional tools. Everyone listened to our questions and suggestions. They were fair about changes or mistakes which happens with any large jobs. My only recommendation is to get clear understanding of the type and frequency of communication you want to receive. I like emails answered in 24 hours and had to learn that isn't their style so if I didn't get a response in 48 I'd email back with an ETA for the response otherwise we were very happy. They were always prompt and arrived when scheduled. This is a great team to work with and I'm confident we'll have them do more work in the next few years.
R3J Residential Services
Kitchen & Bathroom Remodelers in Oregon City, OR
Average rating: 5 out of 5 starsApril 25, 2021
We’ve worked with Ron twice, first for a master bathroom remodel and most recently for a second bathroom remodel. He’s trustworthy, works with great subcontractors, and is meticulous with his projects. We would highly recommend him for your next home remodeling project.
Mountainwood Homes
Kitchen & Bathroom Remodelers in Oregon City, OR
Average rating: 5 out of 5 starsSeptember 21, 2012
Mountainwood Homes performed magic on our 1986 galley kitchen. On Joel's first visit, he saw what the other contractors missed: what we thought was a bearing wall was only holding up the balcony. Reducing the size of this underused space allowed expansion of the kitchen below and removal of an unnecessary hallway. The dated drop ceiling and recessed light panel were replaced with a vaulted ceiling and hanging track lighting. Even though the original attic space above the range had access to the roof, the hood was not vented. The old electric range had a downdraft that never worked well and a small oven. The new kitchen sports an island gas cooktop, overhead vent with a chimney extending up through the vaulted ceiling, and a 30" wall convection oven. Heather provided great design with granite, backsplash, paint, and fixtures. Cabinetry by Cutting Edge was a perfect fit. We also extended the hardwood flooring into the dining room. The Mountainwood team was flexible as changes were needed, finished the project on time and produced great results.
Devine Bath & Kitchen
Kitchen & Bathroom Remodelers in Oregon City, OR
Average rating: 5 out of 5 starsJuly 28, 2013
My wife and I are an older couple needing an easy walk-in shower.After going to home shows and big box stores. We requested Toss the Tub to make a design and an estimate. We also received competitive bids from other companies. We explained our tight budget and requirements. They came to our house and discussed all the aspects of what would need to be done. They provided all the details, materials, and time frames of when things would be done. They also offered to allow us to do some of the finishing items to keep costs down. I explained that I might have to do a portion of the project a piece at a time. They offered financing at real reasonable terms. They also offered to do parts now and later as we could afford it. They are going to replace our tub with a tiled shower, floor and back splash. The final design changed as couple of times but they worked with us each time. The final cost was less than $8000 much less than I expected. I will send pictures when the job is done in August or you can come by and take them we they are working.
Cascade Renovation
Kitchen & Bathroom Remodelers in Oregon City, OR
Average rating: 5 out of 5 starsJune 7, 2013
I have worked with Cascade Restoration for many years on various projects. I have always found them to be very knowledgeable, organized, easy to work with & their design & workmanship exemplary.
RAP Construction Group
Kitchen & Bathroom Remodelers in Oregon City, OR
Average rating: 5 out of 5 starsFebruary 9, 2015
RAP is a reliable and responsible construction company. You can see Roni really cares and the work he did really showed it! The price was extremely reasonable, and he's a very nice guy.Professional, decent job, careful and a little bit perfectionist. That's Roni! I'm glad I chose them!
Let's Remodel
Kitchen & Bathroom Remodelers in Oregon City, OR
Average rating: 5 out of 5 starsDecember 10, 2014
We hired Let's Remodel to do the flooring on our home remodel. They were on time, professional, and cleaned up after themselves throughout the project. I would highly recommend their services. Their craftsmanship was exceptional. We had some difficult tiles and angles that were tough to cut. They did a fantastic job.
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