Dave Rush Design/Build/Remodel

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Bill N.

Review of J. Forrest Construction, INC by

· Salem

The team at J. Forrest Construction performed excellent siding and painting work. They did the work quickly and professionally. We had them re-side only the two most affected sides of the house. When it comes time to replace siding on the rest of the house we will call only J. Forrest Constructi... more

William B.

Review of DaBella Exteriors LLC by

· Boring

Did a great job and did it in two days.. looks great...

BEN H.

Review of Rick's Custom Fencing & Decking by

· PORTLAND

Comment originally shared with Rick's on July 23, 2017: Rick's has a project management problem. If you get a bid for a summer job, expect delays, excuses, and rushed work. The builders do as much as they can do, but it's clear that they're pulled in a number of directions just to squeeze out a bit... more

DARRELL M.

Review of Precision Countertops, Inc. by

· HOOD RIVER

I suspect that because it was an old house being done for an old man they didn't take the time to do it right.

Small walk in pantry vs. floor to ceiling cupboards (pull out drawers). Which would you choose and why? Does either option have cost savings?
Jul 27, 2017
The small walk in pantry will be the less expensive option. However, having a cabinet that functions as a pantry is often a better use of space and ends up as the more preferred option by my clients. ... read more
With solar panels installed, is it true that you can eliminate the need for power from your local power company?

Jim Chapman of Legend Homes PRO answered:

Feb 18, 2014
While adding PV panels is a noble endeavor, it is unlikely to produce more than about one third of your annual electrical requirements.  Less than that, if you have air conditioning, even in a newly b ... read more

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