Home Remodelers Springfield OR

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Habitats, Inc.
435 Lincoln St.
Eugene, OR

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Ryan Elliott
Twin Rivers Garage Door
2323 Olympic St. #166
Springfield, OR
Mark Houle
Blue Ridge Tile & Stone
PO Box 41873
Eugene, OR
Dave Boyd
Powder Valley Home Inspections
541 318-0273
25235 Tyro Ave
Veneta, OR
3574 Marcola Rd
Springfield, OR
Elevators, bathrooms, ADA, Wheelchair access
Licenses / Certifications
ECM license, Contractor License
5 star rated
Membership Organizations
Years in Business

Pacific Yurts, Inc.
77456 Hwy 99 South
Cottage Grove, OR

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Laurie Cartwright
Northwest Lawns and Land Maintenance
139 Bampton crt
Eugene, OR
Gabriel Jimenez
(209) 658-6609
1980 Princeton Dr.
Eugene, OR
Distinctive Wood Kitchens & Bath
(541) 736-9909
165 S 22nd St
Springfield, OR
Two Brothers Remodeling & Home Improvement CCB179768
2158 Centennial Blvd.
Springfield, OR
All residential CCB179768
Licenses / Certifications
Bonded and Insured
Years in Business
3 yrs. in Eugene, 30 yrs. in Delaware

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Signs of a Good Remodeler

Stack the favors in your odds. Take a look at our list of signs of a good remodeler and know what to look for in choosing your next remodeler.

Returns your first or second calls.

Shows up promptly at your first meeting.

A well-organized work site with workers moving like they know what they are doing.

A licensed, bonded or registered business, when law requires it.∗

Note: ∗Call the building department in your local jurisdiction to find out the exact city, county, and state requirements and verify the appropriate licensing of your candidates.

Proof of insurance. The remodeler supplies you with a certificate of insurance indicating the company has sufficient general liability and workers' compensation insurance. The remodeler also has coverage against theft of any materials delivered to the job site but not yet installed. 

A business address to confirm their permanence. It could be an office, or, as often is the case, a home office.

Does not mind you asking for a credit report, that you can obtain easily from your local banker.

After contacting a list of suppliers and trade contractors the remodeler has worked with, you determine he or she manages business responsibly, pays trade contractors and suppliers on time, and that the business has a good reputation in the building community.

After calling the Better Business Bureau and your local consumer affairs office to check the company for consumer complaints, you determine the remodelers are honest advertisers and sellers with few complaints. If your favorite remodeler has a complaint, it was address quickly and to the client's satisfaction — a sign of professionalism.

Committed to fulfilling your desires.

The homeowners he or she has worked for in the past testify this remodeler provided excellent value and delivered high quality works.

Provides a contact price you can afford. Remodeling team makes and effort to keep prices down by "engineering"...

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