Strunk Family Construction, LLC

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503-931-2937

4742 Liberty Road South, Suite 227
Salem, OR 97302
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Strunk Family Construction, LLC


At Strunk Family Construction, LLC, we value honesty and integrity in all aspects of our business. We offer a variety of home improvement services that are customizable to each individual project. We specialize in remodeling work and a variety of related service and repair projects. We pride ourselves on the quality of our work as well as our commitment to outstanding results. We look forward to building lasting relationships with our clients and guarantee your satisfaction! Call us today for a free estimate.

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Service Area

  • Salem
  • Albany
  • Keizer
  • Corvallis
  • Canby
  • Dayton
  • Hubbard
  • Dundee
  • Newberg
  • Donald
  • Dallas
  • Woodburn
  • Aurora
  • Lebanon
  • McMinnville
  • Amity
  • Carlton
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Services Offered

Additions & Remodeling
  • Outdoor Kitchen - Build
  • Bathroom Remodel
  • Major Renovation - Multiple Rooms
  • Build an Addition
  • Major Home Repairs
  • Basement Remodel
  • Kitchen Remodel
Disability Services
  • Disability Remodel

Areas of Expertise

  • Major Renovation - Multiple Rooms
  • Major Home Repairs (General Contractor)
  • Kitchen & bath - Remodels
  • Basement & Garage- remodels
  • Addition to Existing Structure - Build

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  • Free Estimates

Credentials

In Business Since: 2005
State Licensing
Trade: RGC - Residential General Contractor
License #: 194047
Expiration: 05-23-2021
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Review by in Woodburn, OR
Clayton was very easy to work with. On schedule as promised...even finished a week early. Had great sub contractors and Clayton stayed on them if work was not done in a timely manner. Project cost came in under budget. Would hire Clayton in a heart beat. Looking forward to hiring him for our next project.

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4.5   |  
Review by in Newberg, OR
The initial estimate was for repair of drywall and plaster after water damage. After starting the project it was found that there was long term damage, insects, and rot. This was well beyond the initial scope. Clayton worked with me to keep costs under control. We are very satisfied with his work and would recommend him to my friends.

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Review by in Eugene, OR
They completed a full HUD-sponsored rehab on my home that included tree removal, foundation repair, a new roof, back yard fence, lead abatement, new windows, complete new siding and paint, plumbing repairs, electrical repairs, new roof/wall supports in garage, and more that I'd have to get the list to figure out. I needed a new roof nearly two years ago and checked with the city to determine if there were grants to help cover it. There were, but as I had a 40-foot tree that abutted the house, I couldn't use the grant program. The tree had done damage to the siding and because I needed to use HUD for financing, I had to do lead testing. And I had lead. After 18 months of trying to find providers to even consider giving me an estimate I came upon Steve and Clayton. They drove 90 minutes to come look at my home, ask what repairs I'd like, give suggestions and even found foundation damage (that turned out to be significant) that other contractors had missed. The needed work snowballed into many needed repairs but they kept on top of the bid and the sub-contractors needed to do the work. They visited my home three additional times to meet with me and/or the city to determine if they could even work with HUD lead licensing. They did this not knowing if they would get the bid. The paperwork and interaction with the city to meet the requirements is significant. This is why I had such a difficult time getting bids. Steve and Clayton kept on top of all the requirements for both themselves and for the subs. Work was to being in July, the week I was heading out of the country. Strunk took daily pictures of the work and posted them with review, commentary and plans on an easily accessible website. They emailed me every day to let me know the status. When I returned home, I felt completely confident in the work they had completed up to that point and comfortable going forward. What began as a new roof quickly became a nightmare. Once the tree that abutted the house was removed it was discovered that it had caused significantly more damage then expected. The previous owner did a lot of do-it-yourself work (poorly) and all of the windows had to be replaced. Shoddy plumbing repairs resulted in dry rot and termites. Bad electrical on an extension showed frayed wiring near water. The list goes on and on. Steve and Clayton remained positive, helping me to do so. They worked with me and my budget (HUD only gives out so much) and had ideas on how to stretch a dollar. Overall, I think they were grossly underpaid and I hope someday to be in a position where I can hire them again and pay them what they are worth. Strunk may not give you the cheapest bid, but they'll give you the best. It will be thorough and honest. And the customer service is well-worth any additional premium.

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Review by in Eugene, OR
They completed a full HUD-sponsored rehab on my home that included tree removal, foundation repair, a new roof, back yard fence, lead abatement, new windows, complete new siding and paint, plumbing repairs, electrical repairs, new roof/wall supports in garage, and more that I'd have to get the list to figure out. I needed a new roof nearly two years ago and checked with the city to determine if there were grants to help cover it. There were, but as I had a 40-foot tree that abutted the house, I couldn't use the grant program. The tree had done damage to the siding and because I needed to use HUD for financing, I had to do lead testing. And I had lead. After 18 months of trying to find providers to even consider giving me an estimate I came upon Steve and Clayton. They drove 90 minutes to come look at my home, ask what repairs I'd like, give suggestions and even found foundation damage (that turned out to be significant) that other contractors had missed. The needed work snowballed into many needed repairs but they kept on top of the bid and the sub-contractors needed to do the work. They visited my home three additional times to meet with me and/or the city to determine if they could even work with HUD lead licensing. They did this not knowing if they would get the bid. The paperwork and interaction with the city to meet the requirements is significant. This is why I had such a difficult time getting bids. Steve and Clayton kept on top of all the requirements for both themselves and for the subs. Work was to being in July, the week I was heading out of the country. Strunk took daily pictures of the work and posted them with review, commentary and plans on an easily accessible website. They emailed me every day to let me know the status. When I returned home, I felt completely confident in the work they had completed up to that point and comfortable going forward. What began as a new roof quickly became a nightmare. Once the tree that abutted the house was removed it was discovered that it had caused significantly more damage then expected. The previous owner did a lot of do-it-yourself work (poorly) and all of the windows had to be replaced. Shoddy plumbing repairs resulted in dry rot and termites. Bad electrical on an extension showed frayed wiring near water. The list goes on and on. Steve and Clayton remained positive, helping me to do so. They worked with me and my budget (HUD only gives out so much) and had ideas on how to stretch a dollar. Overall, I think they were grossly underpaid and I hope someday to be in a position where I can hire them again and pay them what they are worth. Strunk may not give you the cheapest bid, but they'll give you the best. It will be thorough and honest. And the customer service is well-worth any additional premium.
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4.5   |  
Review by in Salem, OR
We had a bathroom with major mold issues. They came over and gave us several options to choose from, including one that was the most cost effective. They worked with us and explained everything nicely so that we understood exactly what was going on.

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