Tualatin, Oregon is named after the Tualatin river which flows along most of the city’s northern boundary. It’s home to some 27,000 residents and is located conveniently just south of Portland and north of Salem up and down the I5 freeway. The city has many parks and other recreational areas to enjoy as well as a multitude of restaurants and shopping areas such as Bridgeport Village, Nyberg Woods and Tualatin Commons. To learn more about this beautiful city please visit the City of Tualatin website here.
At NW Residential, we want your Tualatin Home to be the place of your dreams. Whether it’s a Kitchen Remodel, Bathroom Remodel or an Addition to your home, we want to be your partners in creating the right home for you.
Featured Tualatin Remodels
This kitchen remodel is a great example of the contemporary style. Balance was achieved through the use of the clean and simple 12×24 offset floor tile, granite counters, and stained paneled cabinets. Translucent glass subway backsplash tile compliments the stainless steel appliances.
A completely redone master bathroom featuring a large 4’x6’ tiled walk in shower with a complimentary tile installed on the floor. Two niches and an accent band break up the tile pattern and add interest. We installed large modern barn door style glass doors to keep this bathroom open and light.
What Our Clients Are Saying…
Our home was built in 1950, and on the main floor there was a single bathroom which opened off the hall. This was a large bathroom, about 14′ x 14.’ By tearing out two clothes closets and a linen closet, we were able to divide that large bathroom into two bathrooms—a master bathroom off our bedroom and a half-bath off the main hall. The project included tearing down existing walls, pulling up floors (beneath which were discovered older tile floors and a disconnected hot water radiant heating system), rerouting plumbing and electrical, building custom cabinetry, installing granite countertops, building and tiling and a frameless glass shower, drywall work, interior painting, laying tile floors, and moving furniture. Also tongue-and-groove oak floors were discovered beneath the wall-to-wall carpet of the adjacent rooms, so we had the carpet pulled up and those floors refinished as well. Philippe and his people were a joy to work with, and we were impressed with Phillipe’s work ethic and his many skills. Everything turned out beautifully and on time. Philippe promptly returned our phone calls and e-mails, he laid out a construction timetable and adhered to it, he cleaned up the jobsite every night and left things tidy, and his documentation of work performed and change orders was very professional. This was our first experience with a general contractor, and we were completely satisfied. We wholeheartedly recommend Philippe to the Angie’s List community, and we’ll call him again when we remodel our kitchen. Henceforth, Philippe will be at the top of our go-to list whenever we need work like this done.
Our bathroom was about 26 years old, although it had been gently used over those years, it was time for a remodel. I went to Angie’s List to find a contractor. I chose NW Residential based on the glowing reports the company had received. It was a wise choice. I could not be happier with the outcome. Their expertise, attention to detail, reliability, and plain old hard work has given me a final product that will stand for another 26 years. They showed up when they said they were going to and completed the job when they said they would. There were no hitches in the process and no HGTV inspired dramas. Everything went very smoothly. The bathroom has been completed for about four weeks. Right after the remodel; we had company, so all of the work was immediately put to the test–shower heads, toilet, faucets, light fixtures–it all functioned beautifully.