Team Tenhulzen in the Obliteride

Donate to our team! Some of our crew are riding to obliterate cancer in the 2013 Obliteride.  Please help us reach our goal of raising $2,000 for the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center. We’re committed to riding 25 miles on nobby tires & orange hard hats and need your support to get us to the finish line. Michael Tenhulzen Adam Hunnicutt Rob Pitre Michael Seefeldt Sean Gallagher Scott Tenhulzen Donate to our team! Share your…

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The Other Boomerang Generation

In recent years, we have increasingly performed projects for middle-aged couples with their parents in mind. Specifically, to encourage the older generation to move in with the younger one. In most cases, the best solution for this growing demand is to build an Accessory Dwelling Unit (ADU) attached to the single family residence. ADU’s generally incorporate universal design elements which make it manageable to navigate through a comfortable living area, functional kitchenette, one or two…

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2012 TR Year in Review

January – Wind Storm Response February – “Love & Chocolate” Showcase March – NW Women’s Show April – Boy Scout office visit May – Rampathon / Business After Hours / National Remodeling Month June – REX Awards July – Make-A-Wish for Cody / Warrior Dash August – TR Strikes Back / Safe Place / Golf Tournament Sponsorship / QR Top 500 September – Project Showcase: Kitchen & Covered Deck October –  Buy Out / Remodeled…

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July In Christmas

Happy New Year! The rumors are true: the housing industry is heating up. Fueled by consumer confidence, improved lending and a pent-up demand, home builders and remodelers are reporting modest increases over last year. Real estate transactions are up significantly as indicated by a locally-sourced graph.   There likely won’t be a problem keeping up with demand in the short term, however there is some concern about the dwindling talent pool. While retirees continue to outpace recruits,…

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Parental Housing

The Accessory Dwelling Unit (ADU) is a popular way to provide separate and independent living quarters for aging parents.  This project added a bedroom, 3/4 bath, kitchen and living space with separate outdoor entrances.  A common indoor entrance was shared through the garage. The overall impact on the property included upgrading the septic system to accommodate the additional bedroom.  In terms of resale, it was estimated that up to 75% of the cost could be…

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