A MAC-BO REMODEL - BUILT TO LAST
At Mac-Bo Homes & Remodels, we understand change. With sixty combined years of experience in the custom home remodeling and renovation business, we know how to plan, build, and complete a project on time and on budget. When you hire Mac-Bo, you get an award-winning general contracting team prepared to take on projects both large and small with competence and attention to detail. We deal with every aspect of a remodeling project, from bathroom fixture and kitchen flooring choices to building techniques. Mac-Bo is earth-sensitive and subscribes to eco-friendly practices, renewable products and energy conservation through the use of exceptional design and construction. A Mac-Bo home remodel is built to last with the care and planning we’d want put into our own homes.
MAC-BO - WHY THE FUNNY NAME?
Mac-Bo Homes & Remodels of Portland, Oregon was formed by Ed Hesse in October 2004. Originally licensed as MacArthur Booth Constructors, our vendors and subcontractors quickly began calling us Mac-Bo and it stuck. So we are now licensed as Mac-Bo, LLC. Mac-Bo has evolved into an experienced, award-winning general contracting firm. We continue to grow with the industry and are on the forefront of innovation in home remodeling and renovation design and building practices, remodeling homes throughout the Portland-Vancouver metro area and beyond.
THE MAC-BO SWEET SPOT
We specialize in mid-20th century home remodels. To be perfectly honest, we believe that houses built between 1945 and 1965 are the best candidates for significant renovations that fit today’s lifestyle. It’s not that we don’t work on houses built before or after those dates, but we have a particular affection for the ranch home. Check out this great Before and After example of a Mac-Bo ranch home kitchen update ».
THE MAC-BO REMODELING TEAM: WHO ARE WE REALLY?
Ed Hesse has been building and remodeling homes for more than three decades following his education from Rochester Institute of Technology. Ed heads the team’s technical and engineering side – you might say he’s the left-brained side of Mac-Bo.