- I hired Greg for two projects, both involved digging trenches and installed PVC drainage pipes to get water away from my house. His team is like a machine: they show up, work hard, and get it done.
- We'd been having water issues for years and they came, fixed the issue quickly, efficiently and affordably. Highly recommend. Work guaranteed.
- Installed interior French drain which solved water issues beautifully. Cost was reasonable, work was done timely and competently and work team was unusually attentive to cleanup. I can recommend without reservation.
- Marquiss Construction did a great job on some smaller repair projects for our house. They are great to work with!
Cassie Walker Johnson
- Guy and his team have helped manage several project for us both personally as well as professionally with our Real Estate clients. Reliable, professional but most importantly the work is top notch.
- Ryan came for an estimate - I was blown away by his knowledge and interest in getting to the root of the problem rather than the major fixes that other waterproofing experts decided we needed. He saved us a ton of money by encouraging us to try some simple fixes first.
Pepper's Personal Assistants
- Experience: Used Carlisle Classic Homes for blackout inserts for their bedroom and they liked them so much, they decided to outfit the rest of their home with acoustic grade clear inserts. Contact: Rob Carlisle (Alison)
- Puget Sound Solar installed our 4KW system in 2015. Since then they have performed a complementary checkup each year to ensure the system is operating well. They have been great about telling us when things need attention and otherwise we are super happy with our Solar system.
- I selected another bid but Puget Sound solar impressed me as a well organized, highly professional team and I will definitely ask them to bid my next project.
I'm tired of working in the corner of the bedroom. We have a little corner where we could build an outdoor office. Any recommendations on someone t...
30 days ago
I think you probably need a general contractor to handle a project like that. Framing, electrical, drywall, permitting... definitely a GC. You may need to call around a bit since many of the general contractors are completely booked up. The GC page is pretty good for making a few calls - freshchalk.com/b/seattle/ge...
We are replacing the stove in our kitchen.
The old stove has a downdraft exhaust fan, so in this process we will need to add a ceiling exhaust fan...
30 days ago
Hey @Galen! I happen to be with my sister and BIL right now who were just talking about a similar project they did when they lived in Seattle a few years ago. They used a guy called Forest Eads from a company called Twigs & Spit. They highly recommend him.
It sounds like you may need a general contractor. Anyone that does carpentry, electrical & permitting is probably a GC. You may need to call around since everyone is booked up. Maybe things are cooling off a bit with fall.
We have a 1943 house and NONE of the doors close properly :( We have got a few quotes that seem way high. Hoping for a new front door with a storm ...
2 months ago
I don't have a recommendation per se, but just had a French and double entry door install done (or still waiting to be done) by Home Depot and I would recommend NOT using them. Terrible mfg. partners and installation vendors. Just a PSA for the community.
We're having a issue with rain soaking in through our siding, and could use an expert.
3 months ago
I've had a number of leaks in this house, unfortunately. We face Elliott Bay and the wind driven rain loves to come right in. We rebuilt brick walls, put up gutters, added flashing, re-did the stucco, tuckpointed... it went on and on through many projects (and loads of $$$). I dread the sound of dripping.
I tried a few waterproofing experts but didn't get very far with them. Experienced contractors know how to properly protect a wall, but that doesn't mean they can trace a leak. It can be very difficult to determine the original source.
Ultimately we just rebuilt the parts of the house that were leaking, and we picked contractors who would stand by their work if things leaked again. I wish I had better news for you.
The other thing that works for us is caulking the trouble spots every year. That's a $200 job that might forestall a $10,000 leak.
Hi Michael- I just spoke with my contractor Declan Noble of D Noble Construction about your siding issues. He is available and said to send you his way!