TimberRidge Development

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Gail W.

Review of L & N Roofing by

· Portland

I thought they were wonderful! They communicated effectively, showed up on time, did the job well and I could not ask for more!

Mike L.

Review of Precision Countertops, Inc. by

· West Linn

Precision is the right word! They use laser technology to assure the perfect fit -- they predict issues with window sills, moldings and variations in the cabinet levels prior to installing -- and when the job is done -- it is perfect. I have a large kitchen in a 1980 home; there were three pieces of... more

Bill L.

Review of Bliss Roofing, Inc by

· Milwaukie

For the type of roof I have, they are the best around!

Rudy B.

Review of Lifetime Remodeling Systems by

· Portland

LRS did a fantastic job residing our home. The crew was extremely competent, professional, and pleasant to work with. The few minor problems that cropped up during the project were clearly explained to me and dealt with at a reasonable cost. Highly recommend LRS.

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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