Rebuild Blog #7
Hello friends, clients, and everyone else. Thank you for spending your valuable time looking at what’s going on in Rebuild General Contractor world. We are finally enjoying some warm weather, getting some color in the process and looking forward to hearing from you and your people.
Since I last posted we have been fine tuning the final approach on the Wistaria house on Alameda Ridge, knocked out a fence, gate, and concrete job at Summerplace Retirement Community, Finished the Flying Pie Lake Oswego remodel, just signed a magazine quality kitchen/living room remodel in Happy Valley, submitted a $20k bid for a composite deck, and dropped a couple more bids off along the way on nice projects.
We are officially a new member of the HBA Pro (Home Builders Association- Professional Remodelers Organization) and a new member of Energy Trust Ally Program. So if you are having thoughts of a project at your home or business the resources are there to find answers, get inspiration, and realize the difference we can make on your project. We will show you how energy savings, good design, and great new products can ultimately change your life.
The 4 story remodel is in the final swing, and painters have the stage currently. The entire home is masked for painting of trim. There have been a few snags to get there but that’s the way it goes when homeowners are extremely involved and changes occur. I don’t advise against this just warn that it takes a great deal of patience and added time for all. Once paint wraps up, it will be on the custom hardwood guys to shine up the floors, and slab will go it shortly after. The Vertex water heater is going in next week, the fireplace mantle will be built, and the exterior grounds are transforming for the better. This place is going to glow.
The large Happy Valley remodel will include all my best Subcontractors: Modern Plumbing, West Side Electric, Lisac’s Fireplaces, Breese & Co., Oswego Drywall, Crown Tile, Summit Woodworking, Sundeleaf Painting, and about 800sf of NuHeat floor heat mats under all the travertine. All new painted and stained cabinets, a custom 8′ arched french interior door with true divided light, Wolf and Sub Zero appliances, slab granite, Caesar Stone, Graphic Eye Lighting controller, a Town and Country fireplace, on and on… Fun job.
The Street of Dreams this year had a couple homes I really felt a connection with, but unless you went it would not hit home. Both were designed and build by Hearth and Home Construction, first was the “Refinement” and next was “Transitions”. An excellent flow of materials, design and finished product that I actually took pictures of! The show is on Skyline this year and runs until Aug 29th. Go see them.
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Thanks to all who read this months blog-book, and as always we genuinely respect you and your thoughts.