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Made in the Mid-Willamette Valley: Dale’s Remodeling



 

Made in the Mid-Willamette Valley: Dale’s Remodeling

Made in the Mid-Willamette Valley: Dale’s Remodeling
News from Statesman Journal:

Company name: Dale’s Remodeling

Contact: Kayla Van Lydegraf

Address: 5514 Commercial Street SE, Salem, OR 97306

Phone: 503-370-7609

Website: www.dalesremodeling.com

Business description: Dale’s Remodeling is an award-winning home remodeler specializing in additions, kitchen, and bathroom remodels. Dale’s Remodeling is located in Salem and has completed remodeling projects throughout the Willamette Valley from Portland to Eugene.

Employees: 11

Business specialities: Detailed design, quality in communicating creative ideas, and understanding, researching and delivering ideas to a final project with a positive outcome and positive referral to another client.

Business history: Since 1978, have served all types of people in a very diverse remodeling climate of homes built from the late 1800′s to today. Also, new construction homes, commercial, wine industry, schools and churches.

What is biggest advantage of doing business in the Mid-Willamette Valley: Having close long-term relationships with our customers who refer business because we’re the best choice, not the lowest price.

Essential business philosophy: On time. On budget. Make sure each client has a great experience.

Best way to stay competitive: Create raving fans in every business…………… continues on Statesman Journal

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Replace or repurpose?
News from Milwaukee Journal Sentinel:

Photo by John Krejci

Susan Lowenstein and her children have an afternoon snack in the newly remodeled kitchen of their Milwaukee home. Lowenstein’s appreciation for the features of the original cabinetry led to their being restored and incorporated into the new design.

Replace or repurpose?

Materials can be given new lives during remodeling projects

Posted: Jan. 28, 2012

Susan Loewenstein is passionate about history. Older, character-laden structures and materials hold a special place in her heart.

Her husband, Zak Otto, shares her passion. It’s a big reason they bought their now 90-year-old Milwaukee home in 2003. The three-bedroom house bears traits of both the Foursquare and Craftsman styles, a testament to the design and building prowess of the early 1920s.

Their family — and its desired living amenities — is modern, though. Loewenstein and Otto faced a quandary when they decided to remodel their kitchen. The space had “a lot of 1920s features,” she said. How could they modernize the room and retain its historic character?

“…………… continues on Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

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