Roseburg is our hometown, born and raised. Here we are blessed doing what we love, where we love to live.
Tim grew up working on and building houses with his uncle and Father. He graduated from Sutherlin High School, and then joined the Navy. There he served 11 years while being assigned to; the Navy's Presidential Guard, stationed at the Pentagon, deployed twice on the USS Ingraham to the Persian Gulf, and then finally at a repair depot for Gas Turbine engines.
After the Navy, Tim went to work for GE as a technical advisor to the repair and installation of gas turbines where he ultimately ended up teaching best maintenance practices. In his spare time, as a hobby and creative outlet, Tim remodeled every house he owned, in multiple states including Washington, Idaho, Texas, and Oregon.
Through it all, he had a goal of getting back home where he had fond memories of remodeling projects with his family which ultimately led him back full circle to where it all began. After a few successful house "flips" under his belt, he felt it was time to start his own business knowing he could offer better service to his customers, provide a higher quality standard with his impeccable attention to detail, and drive overall client satisfaction.
Our ideal customer would be in the 'planning stage" with a realistic expectation of budget. Availability should be expected in about 4-8 weeks, depending on project scope and size.
A general contractor is a construction manager employed by a client. Responsible for the overall coordination of a remodel or building project, general contractors may also act as designer. A general contractor must first assess the project-specific documents (referred to as a bid, proposal, or tender documents). In the case of renovations, a site visit is required to get a better understanding of the project. The contractor will submit a fixed price proposal or bid, cost-plus price or an estimate. The general contractor considers the cost of office overhead, general conditions, insurance, materials, and equipment, as well as the cost of labor, to provide the client with a price for the project.
A general contractor is responsible for providing all of the materials, labor, equipment (such as engineering, vehicles and tools), applying for building permits, disposing or recycling of construction waste, monitoring schedules and cash flows, and maintaining accurate records, and services necessary for the construction of the project. A general contractor often hires specialized subcontractors to perform all or portions of the construction work. When using subcontractors, the general contractor is responsible for the quality of all work performed by any and all of the hires.
"I cannot say enough wonderful things about Rogers Home Restoration! Tim is a masterful contractor with a superior commitment to customer service and satisfaction. He faced quite the challenge in our historic home, and dealt with every one with a "can do" attitude. Our kitchen and bathroom renovation was a tall order, and Tim delivered again and again. Phenomenal communication, professionalism, and very mindful of working in our home for weeks. Our happiness throughout the process and the final result was absolutely his priority and it was so appreciated. He is already set to work on a family members home, and I know she will be pleased as well! Would refer again and again, and cannot wait to have him back to work on another project!"
Meaghan Whalen - Roseburg