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The Redmond Leashfree Dog Park

We are particularly proud to donate our labor for this worthy project. By providing this structure we hoped to encourage dog owners to come out in less fair weather and allow the dogs to stay in the park longer.


The Frailey House

The unique style of this house made it one of my favorite projects. The purpose was to make the house look like a Tudor Castle. We installed false beams, crown molding, coffered ceilings, heavy stylize door and window trims that perfectly complemented the majestic fireplace.


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Aldercreek Homes

This project I am very proud to have participated. This gracefully bent handrail took us 42 hours of work to complete. It is a slow process of softening the wood through steaming and gently bending the wood to keep it from cracking or breaking.


Pahlisch Homes

Here we finished out the stairs and wood trim on the tops of the doors. A stylized landing at the top of the stairs turned out beautifully.

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Grant Court Home

This was a major kitchen remodel on a circa 1911 craftsman bungalow in Portland, OR. The kitchen shown here had to have everything updated including walls, cabinets, appliances. (These are before and after photos) The house which was purchased for $54,000 resold after the renovation for over $300,000.


Bryan McMahon - Owner                541-350-5205              Serving All of Central Oregon               CCB# 153424