The Second Most Common Household Damage Claim is Water Damage Water damage represents one of the most prevalent kinds of home damage and ranks as the second most common household damage with home insurance claims.
SFW Construction Donates (120) Respirator Masks SFW Construction urges all Oregon and Washington construction and paint contractors to donate any respirator masks you may have in storage. Our medical and first responder personnel are working
The Federal Reserve headlined the news on Sunday morning as Mortage rates get cut a full percentage to nearly zero. Chairman Jerome Powell quickly briefed the press stating that with coronavirus effecting so many lives, the second quarter was
As anyone who lives in the Pacific Northwest can attest, there’s a lot of rain! Due to the rain, we need to take special precautions to ensure our homes are waterproofed, keeping as much moisture outside as possible. Windows
Lower interest rates and below-average home inventory means this could be a great time to sell your home. But with the rainy season upon us, potential buyers and Home Inspectors are on the lookout for water damage, dry
Cleaning and Remediating Mold in Crawlspaces and BasementsSFW Construction is a Portland Mold Contractor that specializes in Crawlspace and basement mold removal in Portland, Oregon. Basements and crawlspaces are very common spaces in your home where mold growth
Press Release: SFW Construction Siding Repair Press Release- Seattle: How a small business in the Pacific Northwest changed the way homeowners are solving their siding and dry rot problems with a final solution.
Serving The Seattle Area First there was the Space Needle, then there was Starbucks...now there's SFW Construction! ;-) That's right, we are taking our home repair services, along with our lofty reputation for excellence, up north to the Emerald
Run My Own Renovation SFW Construction LLC has become a leading Portland remodeling contractor. If services like Uber, Netflix, and Redfin have leveraged technology to give their customers more choices and flexibility while cutting costs in their industries, why
Home Building Technology Has ChangedIn the past tar paper, lumber that was not pressure treated, asbestos, lead and other hazardous and outdated materials were used in the home construction industries. Thankfully these relics of the past are no longer permitted