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John Erwin Remodeling

John Erwin Remodeling, Inc is a full service remodeling company serving the greater Olympia, Lacey, Tumwater area in Thurston County. We provide kitchen remodeling, bathroom remodeling, additions, siding replacement, window replacement, decks and outdoor living, insurance restorations, aging in place renovations for seniors along with providing full architectural design services.

Since 1993 when I first started remodeling in Olympia, I have surrounded myself with a team of professionals dedicated to their craft and determined to provide not just a quality product, but truly a higher level of customer service from our initial contact through completion of our projects. Over the years collectively, we have developed many systems to help us though the sometimes tenuous process of remodeling and renovating.

We have been fortunate over the years to have been honored by our peers with many awards including multiple Olympia Master Builders “Remodeler of the Year” awards, several “Excellence in Remodeling” awards and culminating recently by being honored as one of the top 50 remodel contractors in the country in Remodeling magazines “Big 50” class of 2013. I am very proud of our company and our dedicated team of professionals making the remodeling process a very positive experience for our clients.

We are so confident in our level of teamwork, quality and craftsmanship we offer a full two year warranty. We select quality materials that we feel confident to stand behind. We love what we do and it shows in the finished product.

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