Green Light Construction

Green Light Construction is an owner-operated company specializing in improvements and additions to existing buildings, with a focus on preserving and enhancing of character. We are craftspeople who pride ourselves on detailed finish work. We prepare thoroughly for each job and choose the most appropriate high-quality materials. Above all, we believe in honest communication with our clients.

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5 Consecutive Great Reviews 2018
All project locations are approximate
Jon Y.

Review of Craftsman Design and Renovation by

· Portland

C D and R has a process that they will take you through on your remodel project, from the first meeting to the post-construction home cleaning and final walk through. At every step they were mindful of our wishes and brought their considerable experience to 'design-build' an amazing final product.... more

Brian D.

Review of Lifetime Remodeling Systems by

· Portland

Working as a residental designer as well as my own home projects, i have quite a bit of experience working with contractors. From our initial meeting with Gino from Lifetime Remodeling Services i was totally impressed. He recommended the appropriate product for our home and most important- he did no... more

Joan W.

Review of Rick's Custom Fencing & Decking by

· Portland

They did a great job. Very good to work with and would do it again!

Christina L.

Review of Klam Construction by

· Salem

Their customer service is amazing, they finish their job ahead of schedule and communicated every step of the way. If I had any questions at all they were right there. Their price was reasonable and fair unlike some of their competitors that I received bids from. I would recommend them to an... more

I have a large property, while there are trees that cover my house (and roof) I was wondering if solar panels made sense? Even if they weren't directly on roof?
Jul 25, 2018
Hi Brian,  Yes in those cases a ground mounted solar array may be your best option. You can site the solar in a more ideal location for sun access. There is typically some added cost involved in a gro ... read more
What can you do to a builder who takes three years to build a home that should take one year to build.
Jul 13, 2017
Mark I'm sorry to hear you're having trouble with your contractor.  I certainly wouldn't understand all of your situation, but I'll try to offer some general advise. First and foremost you should try ... read more

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