LastingNest Eco-Builders, Seattle WA
Beautiful sunset shot of the award-winning Wodlawn Gree Remodel
North Capitol Hill Kitchen Makover
Read the EPA's Renovare Right Brochure

Build Tight, Just Right

Looking to expand or remodel your home to accommodate a growing family?

Have a vintage home you want remodeled the right way?

We are continuously researching and learning about new products and techniques while evaluating our current methods and materials to seek out way to improve each.  In this way we stay current with new design trends and building science advances so that we may bring new exiting possibilities to each project.

As builders we are always learning with each project, each client, architect and engineer. We have come to a combination of traditional craftmanship and cutting edge building science that brings out the best advantages in each. Plus, we have extensive experience in remodeling period Seattle homes.

We protect your environment.

Lastingnest is committed to leaving a better planet for the next generations.

This includes jobsite recycling,  which we are leaders in, reusing what we can, and minimizing what ends up in the landfill.

It also means that we protect your home and your health during the work.

We utilize a system known as “Total Jobsite Containment” to minimize dust intrusion, protect indoor air quality, and maintain the cleanliness of the home and the folks who live in it during and after your project.

 

The Rex Awards 2010 Award Winner image
2010 Winner, Bathroom of the Year,
Under $40,000

2009 Winner
, Green Remodel of the Year

Member, Northwest Ecobuilders Guild
Don't miss this year's Green Home Tour!

Northwest EcoBuilding Guild 2013 Green Home Tour April 27, 11am-5pm

Member and Award Winner for 2009 and 2010
The Master Builders Association

Winner of 2010 Built Green Hammer Award

EPA Certified
Lead-Safe Renovators
W.A.P.O. Certified earthquake retrofitters


In the News:
See Mike Vacirca's article "The Only Way to Trim Exterior Windows," published in Fine Homebuilding in the summer of 2009. Click on image below.
Fine HomeBuilding Article - The Only Way To Trim Exterior Windows
LastingNest on Renovation Nation - Video Link