The Pacific Northwest is full of unique construction projects. Each one presents its challenges. We use our expertise to accommodate the needs of our customers and find solutions to their home repairs.
What started as a minor siding repair and paint job (part one) quickly turned into a structural damage repair project (part two). Part one was a straight-forward Portland siding repair job until we left the job site.
The homeowner in Portland, Oregon, reached out to us to discuss the problems she was having with her home. Initially, she contacted us because she was concerned about the handrails on her deck and she felt afraid the deck might be unsafe.
In the early months of 2020, SFW Construction had a structural dry rot beam repair project for a homeowner in West Linn, Oregon. The project consisted of replacing about 12ft of two rotted support beams for a footbridge.
In the Summer of 2018, our client Tony, reached out to us to discuss the problems going on with his home. During our first encounter, he mentioned that his home in Portland, Oregon, was built in 1910, making it over 100 years old!
Our client initially contacted us to perform some deck and window repairs to her home in Astoria, OR. Her first challenge was finding a quality contractor on the Oregon Coast willing to do home repair work.