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Kitchen Remodelers in Portland, OR

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Prescreened Kitchen Renovation Contractors in Portland, OR

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Emerald Mountains Construction, LLC
(360) 334-9802
Areas of Expertise
  • Home Improvement
  • Remodeling
  • Home Repairs
Catherine N. in Portland, OR

"Casey was professional and very thorough. "

PGM Construction
(360) 313-0371
Areas of Expertise
  • Additions and Remodels
Jen W.

"Even if you don't choose them they are still one of the greatest people to engage in and helping you make the right decision! "

Deite Contracting, LLC
References Available
(888) 438-4203
Areas of Expertise
  • Kitchen - Remodel
  • Addition to Existing Structure - Build
Simar Design Construction, LLC
References Available
(503) 820-0744
Areas of Expertise
  • Remodeling- Bathroom, Kitchen, Basement
  • General Contracting
  • Historical Restoration
Andy White Construction, LLC
(360) 467-3464
Areas of Expertise
  • Additions & Remodels
Sandra I. in Portland, OR

"Very easy to work with. Good communication and work is excellent. "

Oltean Construction, LLC
(360) 334-9756
Areas of Expertise
  • Kitchen - Remodel
  • Bathroom Remodels
  • Home Additions
Jonathan Y. in Portland, OR

"the god is not yet completed "

Singleton & Sons Construction, Inc.
References Available
(360) 313-0962
Areas of Expertise
  • Kitchen Remodel
  • Bathroom Remodel
  • Garage Remodel
Stone Construction Company, LLC
(360) 334-9782
Areas of Expertise
  • All Residential Remodel
  • Custom Carpentry
  • Exterior
Mark V. in Beaverton, OR

"Coby Stone did everything that he promised. His crew was neat. They paid attention to detail. They finished the project early. I could not be ...more satisfied. "

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DreamMaker Bath & Kitchen of Beaverton, Inc.
(503) 820-0673
Areas of Expertise
  • We specialize in Residential Kitchen and Bath Remodeling
  • We also do other home improvement projects such as additions
  • We can also add a basement or install an outdoor kitchen
Gerry H. in Portland, OR

"I have worked for a general contractor and I have hired contractors to complete projects. I understand the issues with work load, material and ...purchasing availability of personnel but that doesn't excuse the delay in communicating changes and delays to the customer with todays technology. I do appreciate the efforts made by management to work with my wife and I to work with in our budget and to complete the payment requirements working with a out of ordinary financial source. The finish work professionals were professional and respected the requests made on them while they worked in our home. The materials installed were completed professionally and there was no hisitation by management to make changes that needed to be made. DMBK completed the project as was outlined in the contract which I appreciate. "

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Unscreened Addition & Remodeling Contractors in Portland, Oregon

Rusthcowley Construction, LLC
P.O. Box 298
Lake Oswego, OR 97034
Harmon Enterprises
1220 Farrview Ct.
West Linn, OR 97068
Columbia-Cascade Construction, Inc.
10115 S.E. Schacht Rd.
Damascus, OR 97089
Pacific Design & Exteriors, Inc.
14401 N.E. 159th Sreet
Brush Prairie, WA 98606
Mark Dawson Construction, LLC
41290 S.W. Sandstrom Rd.
Gaston, OR 97119

Things to Consider Before You Update Your Kitchen:

  • Floorplan
  • Cabinets
  • Appliances
  • Countertops
  • Sinks
  • Flooring
  • Lighting

Ideas & Inspiration from Portland Addition & Remodeling Contractors

Portland Kitchen Remodels

With property values largely insulated from the housing crisis by careful urban planning, many Portland homeowners realize that rather than upgrading their standard of living by buying a bigger, more expensive home, undertaking improvements on their current home can yield the best financial results and achieve stunning transformations. The dynamic of a "big little city" like Portland makes many residents treasure this stability. From Sherwood to Tigard, Hillsboro to Lake Oswego, Gresham to Beaverton, and anywhere in or around Portland, kitchen remodeling is a great way to revamp the look of your home, increase the comfort and luxury of your daily life, and make an investment in the long-term well being of your home and your finances.

The most successful kitchen remodels begin with careful planning. You may be able to get the best value for your remodeling buck by leaving the basic layout of your kitchen the same and focusing on upgrading flooring, cabinets, counters, and appliances. Other situations call for a reconfiguring of the space to make your kitchen a more efficient space, one tailored to your needs and use. In general, open space and a sleek look dominate modern kitchen design; here, bright light is often combined with steel or other reflective surfaces to create a feeling of cleanliness and polish. Very modern kitchen design isn't for everyone, however! For older properties in Portland, kitchen remodels are likely to look more appealing with classic materials like wood and tile combined with softer (though still more than adequate) lighting to create a warmer feel.

Cost vs. Resale Value
An important measurement for such a major investment in your home, the cost of a $56,000 Portland kitchen remodel will return, on average, $54,000 of value to your property. This percentage is slightly lower than a Portland bathroom remodel, but is still a significant and positive number. The increased property value associated with a full remodeling project helps to justify the cost, and in some circumstances, can make it easier to finance the remodel through a lender. This resale value percentage is calculated for a complete, albeit budget-conscious, kitchen remodel. Superficial remodels and high-end remodels don't tend to do quite as well when it comes time to sell your home.

While these figures probably shouldn't be ignored, some homeowners also weigh the resale factor too heavily. The number one priority of most remodels should be the personal enjoyment of your kitchen, particularly if you have no immediate plans to sell your home. It's a good idea to budget 10 to 15 percent over the initial estimate for unforeseen problems that even the most professional remodelers run into. Discuss the likelihood of these problems, along with the other details of your new kitchen, before signing any contract.

Making Due without a Kitchen
It goes without saying that kitchen renovation is a huge project that, besides not being cheap, will take some time to complete as well. Four to eight weeks is standard, depending on the size and scope of the renovation, and often includes a general contractor and a few subcontractors as well. You'd do well to stock up on delivery and takeout menus for your area, and probably ibuprofen as well. Patience is key, but trust that in the end it'll be worth it.

Thankfully, there are plenty of things to do in Portland. Kitchen renovation is a big project, and most homeowners agree that the more time you can spend away from the mess and noise of construction, the better. Having activities to do outside of the house is one of the best ways to temper the inconvenience of having a major activity center in your home declared off-limits for a few months; now's the time to take a hike or a bike ride with the family, or go try that bacon-topped doughnut you've heard about! Most importantly, before the project gets under weigh, find a contractor who understands what your priorities are during the remodeling process. Make sure that your crew knows when to show up and when to leave; good communication with your contractor will make the times when you are at home easier, and will make the entire process go more smoothly.

Finding a Great Contractor
The best thing you can do when looking for a contractor is to contact multiple companies. Three is the recommended minimum, but for a project as big as kitchen remodeling, Portland homeowners should probably contact at least five different companies and get quotes from each. This is a huge undertaking, and it is well worth the time it will take to find the best fit for your project. Interviewing five or more local Portland kitchen remodeling companies is going to give you a better idea of what's available, what your remodel will cost, and most of all, who is likely to treat you the way you want to be treated.

Of course, the lowest quote you get will always be tempting, but there are several reasons to consider every estimate you receive. By paying a little more for your contractor, you might be able to get better service, receive higher quality work, or even reduce the time the project takes. If the company you feel most confident in costs a little more, it is generally worth it. To make your decision even more informed, get references from each company; previous clients will be able to give you a good idea of how the company performs and what (if any) difficulties you are likely to run into during the remodeling process if you choose that contractor.