When you first consider home building in Portland, it can seem daunting. When is the best time to break ground on home construction? What are the best materials, where do you get sub-contractors, and how do you handle insurance? Luckily, there’s an easier way. With Straight Line Exteriors you get an incredible home from the ground up.
When you choose us to build your home, you’ll get impeccable, comprehensive home building Portland. We specialize in building Portland homes with your help. You want the perfect home, and that means working with you, not against you. Our process is designed to include you at every integral step and keep you informed. Our home building designers will work with you to draft blueprints for your home. With the perfect layout down, we’ll begin executing your new home building project, acquiring the strongest, most durable materials for construction.
We’ll assign your very own project consultant to you and your home building project. Acting as your personal liaison, they’ll help guide you through the process, and will be readily available any time. If you need to speak to your home building contractor personally, it’s as easy as a phone call. We make ourselves available so that the project runs smoothly and you always have the access you need so you get the home you want.
Whether we’re performing commercial construction or a personal project, our home building in Portland is customized for you.
For a hands on approach from a company that listens to your needs and builds accordingly, call (503) 406-8583 or Contact Us for home building in Portland today.
Portland is a robust city with some wonderful places to visit for families. With more than 100 different species of animal, the Oregon Zoo is sure to be a favorite. Biomes span everything from Northwest habitats to the tropics and Antarctica.
For those looking for something with an eye towards learning, the Oregon Museum of Science and Industry is the place to go. A Portland staple, this museum focuses on interactive exhibits that challenge visitors to use their brains as much as their eyes.