Portland Remodeling Contractor You Can Trust!
Are you looking to refresh a kitchen or a bathroom? Maybe you are looking to remodel or update your entire home. Stone Creek Building is a local Portland home builder with many years of custom home building and remodeling experience. Our team is dedicated to making your dreams of a perfect kitchen, bathroom, addition or even your entire home a reality!
If you are looking for a quality Portland remodeling contractor that you can trust to get the job done right, then please give us a call to discuss your project. Below are just a few examples of remodeling projects we have completed in the Portland, Oregon area.
Our Portland, Oregon Remodeling Services
- Kitchen Remodel
- Bedroom Remodel
- Bathroom Remodel
- Living Room Remodel
- Remodel Design
- Remodel Permits
- Room Addition Remodel
- Exterior Remodel
Portland Commercial Remodel Project – The Lot at Scout Beer is a 1929 original dental office turned tap house.
Half of the building was restored as a residential home and the other half was remodeled into a tap house. The original concrete was left and refinished on the floor and we harvested some of the old roof joists and repurposed them as trim, window casing and some exterior architectural details. A new deck with metal rail was built around the building to provide a seating area for guests. Windows are Anderson all black vinyl and doors are Timely steel. When the weather is nice the anodized, aluminum, glass roll up garage door will be open for a fresh breeze. Come check us out at the corner of 50th and Division!
Portland Home Remodel Project
A small remodel in SE Portland that consisted of a minor renovation to the interior and gave a fresh look to the exterior. An unfinished basement was also renovated to create a welcoming hang out spot. New paint was applied to both the interior and exterior of the home. New wood floors, trim and doors were also installed in the basement. The hardwood floors on the main floor were refinished and brought back to life. The old windows were replaced with new mahogany wood clad windows. The entry brick veneer was removed and a covered porch with columns was framed. The original concrete stairs were removed and replaced with new concrete. A new Simpson Mahogany Entry door with sidelights gave the final touch to the exterior.
Portland Second Story Addition Remodel Project
A one-story home with an unfinished basement turned to a full 3 story home in the Hawthorn area. We removed the existing roof, framed in floor joists and added a second story. Shear walls and foundation hold downs were placed to support the added second floor. The home had a basement that was accessible from around back and was not convenient for the homeowners. A stairway was cut in the center of the home to provide an access to the basement and an access to the upper floor. New insulation was installed and any old insulation was replaced. This project had an entire exterior remodel as well. All new siding and trim, new front door, new windows, fresh exterior paint and a new roof. Skylights were added to provide natural light into the home.
Portland Kitchen Remodel Project
This project sits overlooking the beautiful Willamette River. Before we began, the home had very little natural light, and the best view was hidden for lack of windows. The layout of the home felt closed and uninviting. The client was also ready for a full kitchen remodel as well as a list of other renovations. A large 16′ sliding glass door along with two large windows were cut in, framed out, and installed on the river side of the home. The existing cedar deck and railing overlooking the river was sanded and refinished. New interior skylights were added, and we removed interior walls in the entry, living room and kitchen to provide an open Great Room concept floor plan. The kitchen was then completely refigured with a large island. The goal was to give this Mid-Century style home some Modern touches and the reconfiguring of the kitchen was a huge piece. European flat panel custom cabinets were built specific for this kitchen. A subzero fridge and freezer was built into the cabinetry. The existing hardwoods remained and new pieces were laced in where needed, and the entire floor was then sanded and refinished. The exterior of the home received two new windows to the front elevation, and a new White Oak door with sidelights. The exterior and interior of the home got fresh paint. The HVAC system was upgraded from a boiler to a gas furnace with AC and the home also got a new water heater.