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Original 1914 Craftsman style home
Craftsman style homes are effectively works of art doubling as functional living spaces, or vice versa as you wish. Any survey of American housing quickly reveals that there exists today a wide variety of houses that were built in the Craftsman style and which can be legitimately identified as Craftsman style homes. There are cottages, cabins, farmhouses and bungalows. There are foursquare and prairie house versions. There are duplexes and multiplexes and bungalow courts.
In the purest sense they are family abodes artistically constructed by hand from natural materials with the purpose of creating a warm, welcoming and peaceful home that has the power to nurture and sustain family, friends and the community.
What our customers say
We Always Go The Extra Mile
“Steve made it happen and was creative and efficient. He matched other bids I had received. There were several areas that required Steve and his crew to adapt to overcome. With no upbilling the job was done on time and on budget. I recommend Steve for your construction and restoration needs.”
“I am very pleased with the work Steve and his crew have done for us. Their advice was appreciated and helpful. the work was completed in as timely a manner as could be expected, that the few setbacks allowed. They were also willing to work with some changes I requested as the project progressed.”
“Steve and his crews were very efficient and thorough in making sure all the projects were completed in a timely manner, while ensuring that all structural issues were taken care of with the highest priority. he was also very adaptable to the changes that I asked for during all phases of my project.”
“Steve Oeck has worked with me on a number of full restorations of 1900’s craftsman homes in the Portland area. From jacking up the foundation to the last little detail, he has been the best contractor I have ever had the pleasure of working with. We already have our eye on other properties so get him while you can.”