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This Old House

We have a 1904 model house and we are thinking of a big remodel. I would like to know if anyone has recommendations for someone that could come in and tell us our redesign and construction options.

Have away. Thanks

15 Comment(s)

  1. I’d highly recommend Donovan McCorrison of A Level Above Construction. Very detail oriented, bids explained down to every nail used, high quality work with lots of local references, very tidy, and a friendly person to boot. 591-0040

    digit3 | Mar 10, 2010 | New Comment
  2. Randy Larson
    Meteek Shop

    Carla | Mar 10, 2010 | New Comment
  3. Heartwood Construction -- Lonny Anderson -- (218) 728-3461

    Bob Vila | Mar 10, 2010 | New Comment
  4. Better World Builders: “green” builders, energy efficiency experts, and sensitive to historic remodels. Pete Dingels and Leon Rohrbaugh; 218-340-9930

    tony d | Mar 10, 2010 | New Comment
  5. Another recommendation for Randy Larson -- Meteek Shop & Construction.

    lee | Mar 10, 2010 | New Comment
  6. +1 for Pete Dingels and Leon Rohrbaugh

    Swan | Mar 10, 2010 | New Comment
  7. Second the motion for Better World Builders.

    blt2lst | Mar 10, 2010 | New Comment
  8. adam | Mar 10, 2010 | New Comment
  9. Hi — Dann Edholm is a local builder, contractor and accomplished carpenter. He is down to earth, has headed up many of the downtown buildings refurbishments, including the latest Zeppa projects east of Lake Avenue, what they are calling “Old Downtown” now, I guess. He can steer you on the right way to do things and keep a lid on costs while doing it. His phone number is (218) 348-9434

    Ed | Mar 10, 2010 | New Comment
  10. Better World Builders has also done work for the Zeppas, include the arts café.

    Tony D. | Mar 10, 2010 | New Comment
  11. Michelle Lebeau: Women in Construction
    http://www.womenworking.org/
    218-733-1451
    michelle @ womenworking.org

    lojasmo | Mar 10, 2010 | New Comment
  12. Hugh Reitan at Builder’s Commonwealth. The guy is a treasure trove of information about and feeling for older homes.

    J | Mar 10, 2010 | New Comment
  13. I only know one side of the story, but a few years ago some friends went to Builders Commonwealth to get some plans drawn up for a remodeling project with an $80,000 budget, which they claim they stipulated in no uncertain terms up front. Builders Commonwealth took some money and generated some plans, but what they drew up was more in the $300,000 range. Or so the story goes.

    The Big E | Mar 15, 2010 | New Comment
  14. Don’t forget to shop for great period doors, trimwork, plumbing & lighting at North Shore Architectural Antiques in Two Harbors. (shameless self promotion)

    J. Mc | Mar 19, 2010 | New Comment
  15. My name is Jeff Anderson. I’m a Duluth native who’s just returned after 10 years in South Africa. I’ve been a contractor/designer for 14 years. I’m pragmatic and extremely creative and believe in making the best use of what you’ve got and spending money in the right places. Scavenging cool old building material is my favorite. I’d be keen to come have a look if your still needing some advice. Thanks.

    218-390-1698

    Jeff Anderson | May 22, 2010 | New Comment

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