December 2017 The last half of 2017 has put insurance companies on their heels. According to an October 10, 2017 article in the Insurance Journal, 22 companies reported a total of $12.8 billion in losses following three hurricanes, a major earthquake, and hundreds of forest fires. Thousands of people became heroes to their communities by exercising their humanity. As a result of this unusually high degree of infrastructure loss, local news sources are bubbling about…Details
October, 2017 In 2007, Martin and Beth Puryear requested a 2-story addition to their home. The goal of the project was to add an office and music room to the main floor with guest suite above. Through the course of design, it was imperative that the addition become a seamless extension of the structure while improving the home’s functionality. As a result, the addition became their favorite rooms. Emma Puryear was 10 years old when…Details
September, 2017 Tenhulzen Residential is a contributing partner based in Bellevue, WA. As a Design-Build residential remodeling company, their accountable process means they are the only responsible party you need to work with from design through construction. Michael Tenhulzen is a Redmond native, raised in a family-owned remodeling company with deep-rooted senses of integrity, professionalism, integrity and trust. He met Traci in 2001, married in 2003 and adopted Matthew in 2007. Traci joined the company…Details
Dozens of volunteers descended on Woodmoor Elementary April 22nd to create a new walking path and flower beds. Among the volunteers were Michael and Matthew Tenhulzen, supplying laser level, excavation tools and the company truck, which was used to haul building materials and debris. This 6-hour event was supported by the PTSA and administration to beautify the school entrance and enhance outdoor curriculum. Volunteers included parents, students, school staff and Boeing employees. Over 2 tons…Details
January, 2017 Each month, the content of this page will focus on the issues that affect your home. Written by a veteran local remodeling professionals intent on providing informative, relevant content ranging from design trends, to seasonal maintenance, to jurisdictional policy and planning for a renovation. Michael Tenhulzen is a Redmond native, raised in a family-owned remodeling company with deep-rooted senses of integrity, professionalism, integrity and trust. His wife, Traci joined the company in 2010…Details
Take advantage of this weekend to peek behind the curtain at a recently completed kitchen addition on English Hill in Redmond. October 8 & 9 10AM – 5PM This year’s Tenhulzen tour home welcomes you to obtain your free passes to this year’s Remodeled Homes Tour. Visit us during this special event to experience the nuances of a major renovation. FEATURES: folding door system | custom cabinetry | laundry room | master balcony DIRECTIONS: follow the signs from NE…Details
For 22 years, TR has been donating wheelchair ramps by volunteering a Saturday in May for the Master Builders Association event. This year’s Ramp-A-Thon was completed May 21st, 2016 for a 49 year-old woman with MS at her home in Snoqualmie. Thanks to our team captains Rob Pitre and Ryan McCurdy, this year’s ramp recipient and her family have the freedom to access their home without assistance. Our Facebook post reply: This project was done for…Details
“The Kirk” is a new venue open to for a VIP experience at the Kirkland Performance Center. Once a storage room, the Board authorized its use for pre-performance gatherings. It now consists of a bar, several standing tables, customizable LED lighting and monitors with input jack for your favorite music. Tenhulzen Residential customers were excited to be included in this new space for the New West Guitar Group show on 2/21/15. Arriving at 7:15 for…Details
January 4, 2014
Tenhulzen Residential sponsored this inaugural event at the Kirkland Boys & Girls Club. Michael, Traci and son Matthew enjoyed building vehicles, buildings and landscapes from roughly 20,000 bricks.
2 dozen kids from 5-14 years old enjoyed 7 tables of various Lego bricks including mechanized contraptions.
Prizes were awarded for Lego bridges that could support the most weight.
Proceeds support the Keystone Club in their effort to develop community leadership.
In early October of 2013, Michael and Traci performed their annual “work party” duties for Summit Central Ski Patrol. While Traci was cleaning and repairing the base building, Michael and a fellow patroller scaled the ski hill in our Chevy Avalanche to the top of the Tripple-60 lift to do some work on the bump shack. Affectionately called “Heaven”, this building allows patrollers and equipment to quickly respond to injuries on the hill. It is…Details