Home Remodeling Contractors Portland OR

Local resource for home remodeling contractors in Portland. Includes detailed information on local businesses that provide access to home remodeling, as well as advice and content on what styles of home are in season and how to achieve these new home looks at affordable costs.

Lifetime Remodeling Systems
4310 SE 52nd
Portland, OR
Remodeler, Specialty Contractor
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EPA Lead-Safe Certified Firm

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Gregg & Ellis Designs
(503) 231-2771
520 SE 73rd
Portland, OR
Elvish Designs
(503) 516-2540
Po Box 14743
Portland, OR
Lando and Associates Landscape Architecture
(503) 233-6600
107 Southeast Washington Street
Portland, OR
Atlas Landscape Architecture
(503) 224-5238
320 Southwest 6th Avenue Suite 300
Portland, OR
Olson & Jones Construction, Inc.
PO Box 19563
Portland, OR
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2006 CotY Award, Chrysalis Award, EnergyStar, National Association of the Remodeling Industry, National Kitchen and Bath Association, Qualified Remodeler Top 500

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Macy Douglas
(503) 228-3122
111 Southwest Oak Street
Portland, OR
Hobbs & Hopkins Limited
(503) 239-7518
1712 Southeast Ankeny Street
Portland, OR
Nevue NGAN Associates
(503) 239-0600
1006 Southeast Grand Avenue Suite 250
Portland, OR
Conrad Joseph Stonecutter
(503) 235-3644
1807 Southeast 7th Avenue
Portland, OR
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Kitchen Remodel on a Budget

Let's face it, the kitchen is where we spend a huge amount of our time each day. We either cook, eat with the family, even do homework in the kitchen. Kitchen decor is important whether you're a professional chef or a microwave commando.

Remodeling a kitchen can be costly and time consuming. For those of us who don't have the money for a complete overhaul, why not follow a few tips to help you make the most of your kitchen decor on any budget.

Paint: It cannot be said enough, paint is the best bang for your buck when it comes to remodeling or updating any decor in your house. You can opt for neutrals, bright and bold colors or faux painting techniques. One tip, high gloss works best for the kitchen. Not only can you re-paint your walls, you can re-paint unsightly cabinets as well.

Lighting: Try adding under cabinet lights to highlight your counters. Change out your fixtures for a big impact without breaking the bank.

Rugs: Add a large rug if you can't afford to redo an outdated linoleum flooring. You can create your own rug by painting on canvas and sealing with a high gloss sealer.

Hardware: Try changing out your door handles and pulls. You'll be amazed at the impact that the change will have.

Molding: If your cabinets are on the plain side, try sprucing them up with molding trim or add crown molding to your ceilings to create more interest.

While we would all love to be able to remodel certain rooms in our house, som...

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