Vancouver, WA Basement Remodeling Professionals

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Our House Contracting
Vancouver, WA Basement Remodeling Professionals
Average rating: 5 out of 5 starsDecember 22, 2018
“This crew is amazing!!! Nice people, professional, on time, and affordable. Plus they came in an emergency on a holiday weekend. Thank you so much for everything!!”
Maughan Design & Remodel
Vancouver, WA Basement Remodeling Professionals
Average rating: 5 out of 5 starsNovember 17, 2013
“My husband and I have had all our remodeling in the last 7.5 years done by Maughn Design. We have had an office designed and built be Maughn Design that incorporated many elements unique to our needs, including cabinets accommodating our computer equipment, waste basket and a shredder all conveniently tucked into just the right places, off the ground and out of site. In addition the office space was designed to accommodate a Murphy bed, optimizing the space for multiple purposes. We have also had two bathrooms remodeled, book cases built and lots of painting. Kathy is very organized, presents exactly what will happen, when it will happen and what it will cost before any contracts are signed. She is reliable, good natured and very talented. We have been happy with her work and expect to continue using her in the future.”
Neilans Construction
Vancouver, WA Basement Remodeling Professionals
Average rating: 5 out of 5 starsFebruary 25, 2021
“Neilans transformed our mostly unusable basement into a luxurious living, bathroom and utility space. Every step of the way, we appreciated the extra attention to quality and details. Nearly every day, I am actively aware of the beautiful ambiance we now enjoy and as a family, our home quality of life is so much richer because of Neilans. Thank you!”
Harka Architecture
Vancouver, WA Basement Remodeling Professionals
Average rating: 5 out of 5 starsMarch 18, 2016
“Pat is a friendly professional architect. His firm has helped me with a basement remodel, but ncluding a bathroom addition. Very knowledgable about green building and the newest materials. LEED certified.”
Remodeling by Classic Homes
Vancouver, WA Basement Remodeling Professionals
Average rating: 5 out of 5 starsNovember 12, 2019
“I have had multiple projects done by Remodeling by Classic Homes. I'm always pleased with the end product as well as the journey to get there. They are professional, savvy, knowledgeable, and all around fantastic at hearing what I'm hoping to have from a project and making it come to life.”
Refresh Renovations Portland Chris Kuhr
Vancouver, WA Basement Remodeling Professionals
Average rating: 5 out of 5 starsFebruary 4, 2020
“We worked with Refresh Renovations to repaint our home interior. Chris and team did a great job. Very responsive to all communications, handled all of the bids and scheduling. There were some minor touch ups required, which Chris addressed the same day. The work was completed in a day, rooms were left clean and our kids were able to sleep in their own rooms the same night. Very happy with the end result!”
Skandia Design and Remodeling
Vancouver, WA Basement Remodeling Professionals
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.”
Mountainwood Homes
Vancouver, WA Basement Remodeling Professionals
Average rating: 5 out of 5 starsMay 29, 2018
“We highly recommend Mountainwood Homes. Their team did terrific work remodeling our house and we are very happy with their work. The designers were super at guiding us through all the selections and decisions for the remodeled master bath, laundry, updated lighting, paint, new doors and more. The team's attention to detail, organizational skills and clear communication kept the project on schedule with great results. Everyone we met was professional and courteous. They patiently answered questions throughout the project, which went very smoothly. They are very good at what they do. We will certainly call them again for our next project. Thank you, nice work!”
Right Arm Construction
Vancouver, WA Basement Remodeling Professionals
Average rating: 5 out of 5 starsFebruary 22, 2013
“Right Arm Construction just finished remodeling two bathrooms in my home: one fairly utilitarian and one designer-level. The work completed is highly satisfactory. I am particularly grateful for the advice Arent gave me as to materials, finishing details and styling. I benefited from his excellent knowledge and experience. The contractor, his associates and sub-contractors were all helpful and agreeable to work with.”
Mosaik Design & Remodeling
Vancouver, WA Basement Remodeling Professionals
Average rating: 5 out of 5 starsOctober 18, 2012
“We have lived in a 1967 daylight basement ranch house for 16 years, without any remodeling. The original dark paneling, low ceilings, and poor floor plan made the basement uninviting. We essentially had 1700 square feet of unused house. With two young teenagers, we finally were compelled to remodel and make the space attractive for our family. Scott, the general contractor, and Erin, the design specialist, both came and were very respectful of our family. We did not know all of the options available for remodeling, and they guided us through many options, all within our budget. They included input from our two children, which made them feel valuable in the decision making. They designed an incredible new downstairs that is better than we ever imagined possible. It looks like an entirely new, modern, comfortable gathering space. We have great lighting, an open floor plan, a kitchen area, a new bedroom, a huge media center, a beautiful bathroom. Scott had a meticulous schedule with all of his subcontractors. They were all professional, clean perfectionists and everything went well. I feel that we were blessed to have this remodeling experience. Now we would like to have the upstairs main house remodeled by Mosaik.”
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