General Contractor - Gresham, OR
Stellar Construction is focused most on quality work, customer service, and great pricing here in the Portland Oregon Metro area and Vancouver Washington. With that in mind,we provide the highest quality service and materials at the lowest rates to fit your budget. We are friendly, reliable and knowledgeable in the art of custom outdoor living structures Let us help you improve your home and you will love the results
Outstanding work by Stellar Construction. They replaced our deck and added a gazebo to their project that we had done to our home. Stellar Construction were on time and on budget to complete this project for us. The quality of work was outstanding & I would use them again to do further work on our home.
We hired Micah and his crew to do a number of things for our fix-n-flip reno. Micah replaced 8 old windows which needed to be not only removed but the metal siding cut back to house the new units. The windows turned out great. In addition Stellar construction trimmed out all the doors and windows throughout the home and installed a new door leading into the garage. I would definitely recommend Micah and his team for your building projects.
Micah responded to our request for an estimate. He was first to respond and we found him very laid back and easy to work with. Others wanted a signed contract and a down payment before they even scheduled the job. Stellar seemed more interested in doing a good job and making sure we were happy before payment. In this day and age that was very refreshing. They removed and replaced our 30 year old deck and although it is nothing fancy we changed the look of the gates and it is beautiful. We would hire Micah in the future without question. Chris Prouty
8500 SE 262nd Ave
Gresham, OR 97080
|Large deck and gable cover
a 1200 sq foot cedar deck with a 16x20 gable cover that ties into the house roof. Alumarail handrail with Dekor lighting on steps and 8 handrail posts
|fireplace with cover
This project was very unique. We had to build a square overhead structure off of a round fireplace with seating area. We did it in 3 stages. first was finding out EXACTLY where the metal posts were going for the 4 corners of the cover. we needed to be within 1/4" because the stone work would be incorporated into the cover. We dug the footings with a lazer level because we had to be exact. the 1/4" metal poles were already cut. second the stone guy added on to the existing curve and on to our new footings. Then the framework and finish work. And we gave it 2 coats of fresh paint.
|simple shed cover
Just a simple shed cover so the homeowners could bbq under the wet northwest weather and not get soaked. i wrapped his posts for him so it had a little detail to go with it.
Wood Village, OR
|stairway to the front door
This family had the front steps to there house removed for several years and decided to finally have someone come out to build them a way to the front door. 2 other contractors refused the work because it had to be permitted and everyone of those steps had to be within 3/8" of each other. I was ready for the challenge. We built them their long staircase and they sold the house, moved to a house with a flat yard.