Master Builders has been in the construction industry for over 20 years. We started this journey in 1990 at the age of 21 in Southern Oregon as a sider and framer for residential homes. After successfully completing 100+ home we had caught the attention of some prominent builders that exclusively worked for high end cliental in the Portland Oregon area. As a sub-contractor for these companies, We had honed our skills as a Master Craftsman in fine finish carpentry and working with many famous Architects.

During this period in the late 1990’s the economy was heading for a recession and we were asked to participate in home renovation for Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac Federal Agencies to take part in renovating a large inventory and uprising of foreclosures. We received three homes a week and had deadlines to overturn and to put back on the real estate market for first time home buyers.

In the 2000’s we started working with Insurance companies for the rebuild of many damaged homes. At this time we had witnessed firsthand how insurance companies had handled the claims and the disappointment of their clients. We had decided that he wanted to work strictly for the homeowner in order to receive maximum allowance of their policy. We wanted to ensure that the homeowner was getting quality materials and craftsman ship, to put their home back together in a timely matter to its original state.

Since that time we has been involved in several disasters including hurricane Iniki off the island of Kauai in Hawaii. That included 2 years of rebuilding after massive destruction from wind and water.

In the late 1990’s we moved back to the mainland and focused on his company’s ability to perform major remodeling and reconstruction of fire and water damaged homes. At that time mold was becoming (in the EPA’s eyes) a environmental issue, So we decided to make mold remediation part of his companies services after extensive training and process of mold and remediation. During the next 5 years continuing success in the greater Portland area.