House Framing – Recommendations?

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    Hello again neighbors,

    I have some house framing that needs to be done in a few weeks. It’s not complex but it will require some thought about approach and staging as it’s existing structure. It’s too small for one of the companies that is a member here on WSB or I’d go that route. And I’d do it myself but work schedule prevents.

    There was a posting here a few weeks back from someone looking for construction work? Don’t know if that person is qualified or not but I’m looking for suggestions. Price is always a consideration but as we all know, value is a function of both quality and price so…??



    wakeflood, I don’t have time right now to go through WSB Sponsor Ventana’s website, to find out when their next Workshop is, but you might give them a shout to find out if it is before your planned time to start your project, and then if so, to find out if framing is something that will/can be covered.





    We are a small, local general contractor specializing in custom remodel and hardscape design/installation and would be happy to look at your project! We are licensed, bonded and insured and our contact information and link to our website is in my user profile if you are interested in contacting us or seeing examples of our work. Best of luck with your project.



    My husband and I have use Joe Boehme with Assured Construction for two projects, Phone:(206) 679-5510. The first was an upstairs remodel which required interior walls to be framed, the second was a smaller job where he built us a lovely deck. We have been happy with the quality of his work and would recommend him.



    Hi Wakeflood, My name is Chris Raynor, I’m a local contractor here in West Seattle and I have extensive experience framing homes. I’m fully licensed, insured and bonded. I can provide references and my portfolio upon request. I’d love to come take a look at your project and give you a free estimate. Feel free to call or email me anytime.

    Chris Raynor


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