Metke Remodeling & Luxury Homes deliver innovation and excellence, whether you choose us for design, construction, or both. If you’d like us to partner with your existing architect or designer, we’re more than happy to manage just the building aspect. No matter our level of involvement, we build perfection into all of our luxury homes.
Many of our in-house team members have worked exclusively for Metke for over twenty years; this means our products are predictably high-quality and distinctively valuable for our clients. Count on Metke’s dedicated employees to add value to your home with quality sourcing, technical expertise, and custom craftsmanship.
From designing and drawing blueprints to installing cabinetry and trim, Metke Remodeling & Luxury Homes handles the entire remodeling process. For our clients in West Linn and the surrounding areas, that means every element of the home upgrade has Metke’s exclusive signature. Our in-house team of designers, craftspeople, and project managers work with homeowners to make remodeling visions a reality. But our reputation for excellence wasn’t built on a results-focused approach. We believe that creating dream homes in the most coveted neighborhoods in West Linn requires a remodeling contractor whose navigation skills are just as sharp as their arrival time. In other words, the strategy during the beginning stages has a significant impact on the final product. But why is the design-build delivery system preferred by property owners and home remodelers alike?
General Contractors vs. Design-Build Teams
Only One Contract Clear and Accurate Costs and Timelines Fewer Delays Streamlined Productivity Budget-Focused Consistent Goals Across Teams
It’s important to distinguish between what a general contractor and a design-build firm offer. General contractors do just that – contract. Plans and designs typically come from outside sources, often chosen by the homeowner. And without collaboration between the designer and contractor, errors and timeline setbacks can threaten prescribed budgets.
The Design-Build Method
For nearly 30 years, Metke has helped clients with bathroom and kitchen remodels as well as transforming other living spaces into environments of unparalleled function and beauty. By respecting the link between design and construction, we eliminate unpleasant surprises from the remodeling experience. The design-build process is a construction method that developed as an alternative to the traditional, fragmented approach (design-bid-build and multi-prime). It integrates otherwise disparate teams, fostering efficient teamwork and benefiting the property owner by allowing them to determine the building performance standards and maintain timely and cost-efficient processes. Designers, carpenters, contractors, and project managers work collaboratively through the remodeling process, making it easier to meet budgets, avoid changes, and maintain transparency. In essence, design-build minimizes risks related to labor and material costs, scheduling, and miscommunications across teams. Contact Metke Remodeling to get started on your next design-build project. Serving West Linn and the surrounding Clackamas County communities.
Metke’s Design-Build Remodels
When you want a new kitchen or bathroom or bedroom, and you want it to look beautiful, exactly how you imagined it, then Metke Remodeling and Luxury Homes should be your first stop. With an exceptionally skilled and experienced team of designers, carpenters, and project managers, you can be confident that we will complete your next remodel masterfully. Working with you from start to finish, our design-build team has been providing Portland residents with the most luxurious remodels for over 31 years. Working with us means that you get to spend more time with our designers picking out paint colors and cabinets and flooring while our contractors us their expert craftsmanship to make everything come to life. Letting you enjoy the fun of the remodel and the beautiful results. Our customers deserve the very best, and we are here to provide it.