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Bill M.

Review of Lifetime Remodeling Systems by

· Portland

I was extremely pleased by the residing job done for my home. This was a large project with multiple details. Being a major expense and investment I contacted multiple companies for bids for this work.This involved several meetings with different companies and I received several bids and cost e... more

Gary W.

Review of ReCraft Home Remodeling by

· Portland

Working with Mike, the owner, went very well and it was unfortunate that there were a few other issues that did not go well.

Gail H.

Review of Northwest Restoration by

· Tigard

The whole team, individual contractors, were skilled, courteous and neat.Took awhile but we ended up with our kitchen, water damaged floor, replaced better than new.Materials were first rate.Brad, the team leader, was really on the ball. Great job.

SHARON E.

Review of Precision Countertops, Inc. by

· PORTLAND

Very happy with Precision and the people we worked with. From the start with Tony and follow up by Nicole all went smoothly. So nice today when there seem to be too many service failures. Installer was professional, workmanship is great and everything was cleaned up.. Love my new countertops.

Can I have existing grout , covered or regrouted to make even and change color
Mar 30, 2016
Hello Linda,  Typically,  you do not want to cover existing grout. You will need to remove the old grout and apply your new colored grout. A tile contractor can help you with this project. Please let ... 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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