Bellfountain Estate

Energy efficient retirement home

After interviewing 8 custom home builders, Andre chose to build his retirement home with us. His two bedroom, two bath home includes a garage and a shop underneath. By building a smaller home we were able to infuse beautiful modern design touches such as the Finlandia cedar sauna, polished concrete floors, a spectacular tile shower, exceptional energy efficiency, an expansive TimberTech XLM composite deck, and 24-ft. tall vaulted living room.

“They were flexible, on time, on budget, and very responsive to all the changes. Strongly recommend them! They don't tell stories, are honest, do what they say, just plain good folks to work with!”

Andrejs Auskaps, Monroe

Project Details

Finlandia Cedar Sauna

By building a smaller home we were able to infuse beautiful modern design touches such as the Finlandia cedar sauna

Energy Efficient Elegance

We took exceptional measures such as double stud walls with spray foam insulation and custom airsealing details to maximize energy savings.

Trimwork

High quality craftsmanship produces clean finished lines throughout, blending superior workmanship with warm natural wood detailing.

What our Clients are Saying

“We are repeat customers who demand high quality, high touch and tight time frames of the large scale remodel projects for our Corvallis sorority...”

Penny Telleria, Sigma Kappa, Corvallis

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“We have been very happy with the work done by G. Christianson Construction on our somewhat unusual project. They have done a great job with a lot of attention to detail and have offered several suggestions that improved the final result. I heartily recommend them.”

Ernie Colantonio - Corvallis

“WE LOVE the versatility of our new addition, use it daily and now can’t imagine life without it! Thanks Greg and crew for collaborating with Westview Products [now Sierra Pacific] to provide us with a year-round temperature and humidity controlled gorgeous, practical and useful addition to our home! ”

Rick and Cynthia Stevenson, Corvallis

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