Sorority Exterior Remodel
More than a facelift
We look at your building as a whole system. When we plan an exterior retrofit, we always look at where we can improve your underlying structure. It's often the right time to insulate walls, seismically reinforce the structure, add rainscreen for durability, update wiring, repair rot, fix plumbing and prepare for future projects.
“We are repeat customers who demand high quality, high touch and tight timeframes of the large scale remodel projects for our Corvallis sorority. GCCI was also our go-to for the unexpected ... we received exceptional service to get the house livable in just over 2 week's time.”
Jen Humcke, Alpha Phi, Corvallis
New durable siding and windows
New siding and windows helped make this Sorority house more energy efficient. We replaced drafty single pane wood windows and exceptionally leaky "California" vents with new Milgard Montecito windows. Replacing siding provided the opportunity to insulate the walls. Then we added a rainscreen system to extend the longevity of the new Hardiplank siding and paint.
A new front entry
Dryrot and roof leaks had caused significant damage to the front entry. Over two summers we replaced the rotten beams, column, canopy, ceiling, siding, and floor epoxy. The old front door was also an ongoing maintenance problem, so we recommended a Rogue Valley Fir door and transom to bring light into the entry.
What our Clients are Saying
“Everyone on the project was a pleasure to work with and we recommend them highly.”
Sandra Bean & Roger Blaine, CorvallisSee the project
“Bill and Tammy were very happy with our work on their home in Corvallis, so when they bought their home in Philomath, they asked us to create a special Guest Suite for them.”
Carl Christianson, OwnerSee the project
“Carl and his crew were a pleasure to work with. They were very clean, respectful. Carl was quick to respond via email or phone. I strongly recommend G. Christianson Construction. I would use their services again.”
Mark and Betty Trevisol, Albany