We shall strive to improve homes in order to enhance the residents’ quality of life. Our quality product is achieved through excellent craftsmanship, sharp design, proper material selection, and outstanding customer service. By following these virtues with honesty and integrity, we meet and exceed client expectations in every project we take on.
Testament of Quality
As many construction companies pride themselves on quality craftsmanship and service, at Straight Line Design and Remodeling we take this one level further. Being a design/build company keeps every aspect of quality control safely in our hands from the very beginning. Highly functional and creative designs are what enable our quality craftsmanship to stand the test of time. We make sure that any project, big or small, is carefully designed to be a part of our client’s big picture.
Transparency in our design/build process is another important aspect of our success. We ensure that every step of your home renovation is as straightforward as possible. This allows our clients to be aware of everything that is involved up front and makes for a smooth project completion down the road.
The Owner’s Story
Matt Williams has attended countless technical trade classes throughout high school and college. He graduated from Portland Community College with an AAS in Building Construction Technology, an AAS in Construction Management, and an AAS in Design, Build, and Remodeling. For five years after college, Matt worked as a lead carpenter in the design and remodeling industry. High-end projects such as kitchens, bathrooms, additions, and interiors were the focus. He is an EPA Lead certified renovator, and is certified through the NKBA as an Associate Kitchen and Bath Designer (AKBD). Matt strives to surround himself with environments that broaden his mind, making him a better designer and communicator, and providing a greater understanding of different cultures. On his off time, Matt enjoys spending time with friends and family, cooking, bowling, camping, traveling, and fine woodworking.