At NW Residential Inc. we provide a wide range of residential remodeling services to all the following cities/areas:
Aloha, Beaverton, Cedar Mill, Gladstone, Hillsboro, Lake Oswego, Milwaukie, Newberg, Oak Grove, Oregon City, Portland, Raleigh Hills, Sherwood, Tigard, Tualatin, Wilsonville, and West Linn.
Although we specialize in kitchen and bathroom remodels and small additions we have helped countless customers with their garage and basement conversions making them functional living spaces, built outdoor living spaces such as decks and pergolas, hung doors and windows and everything in between. We want you to feel confident that your next investment in a home remodel will not only be completed on time and on budget and done correctly but just as importantly be a remiodel that you’ll be thrilled about. Read our customer reviews and testimonials
With the relationships we’ve established over the years we can provide design and engineering services as needed for your project. We also have the ability to develop construction drawing sets needed for permitting for your next project using our in house AutoCAD software.
Most clients want to know how long a project will take and what is the process that happens during the life of a remodel. Here is one example of a kitchen addition and remodel that was completed in 2014.
After the initial meeting with the client where the preliminary scope of work was discussed we had subsequent meetings to refine the scope and material choices so that a preliminary quote could be agreed upon and more detailed work could commence. At that point we created the AutoCad drawings necessary and because of the need to structurally alter the existing house, an engineer was brought in to provide their structural calculations and drawing details. We met with the client after the construction drawing set was complete to make sure that everyone was all on the same page and the customer was happy after which we submitted for permits with the city.
About three weeks later we were breaking ground. The concrete foundation was poured and framing could begin. As part of the structural design a large beam was installed to bear the weight of the portion of wall that was removed. After framing was complete we brought in our plumber and electrician to do the rough-in plumbing, gas, and electrical work. HVAC was also done at this juncture. The work was all inspected and passed off along with the framing portion of the job.
The skylights were installed as was the asphalt shingle roofing material. Insulation came next which also needed to be inspected. After that the next inspections would come at final completion. So all the drywall was hung, taped and mudded with the final texture matching the rest of the house. Walls and ceilings could then be primed and painted.
The top layer of sub-floor was then laid and prepped for tile and cabinets were installed. After the cabinets were all in the template was done for the quartz slab counters. The 12×24 porcelain tile were also set at this time. The homeowner chose a brick pattern for the space. During this time the vinyl siding was also installed to make the exterior shell complete.
The quartz counters with an under mount sink were installed approximately 2 weeks after template which meant it was then time for the counter back splash, a porcelain mosaic tile to be installed. Finally it came time to install the appliances and to do the finish plumbing and electrical for all the fixtures. Final inspections were called in and passed and the homeowners could move in and enjoy their new kitchen great room. Total construction time for this project was 9 weeks.