Siding Contractors Tualatin
For more than 20 years A Cut Above Exteriors’ award-winning siding contractors have transformed hundreds of Tualatin homes through replacement siding, roof replacement, and window replacement.
Why Do People Choose A Cut Above Exteriors?
- 20 Years Of Expert Installations
- Award-Winning Service
- Strong Warranties
- Quality Products
Quality Siding Products
We know that cheap siding costs more when you take into account the shorter lifespan of cheap products. We must also consider the time and cost of repairing low-quality products, as well as the cost of any damage created when cheap siding fails.
Poor quality might be ok if you are trying to flip a house but it’s not at all appropriate for protecting your most valuable investment, your home. We will install quality products that have proven their ability to protect homes. By instead choosing quality siding products, and a reputable company with a strong warranty, you are more likely to increase the value of your home than to experience any frustrating issues with your siding.
Siding Testimonials From Tualatin Homeowners
We Cover Many Types of Properties
- Multi-family / Multi-plex
- Row Homes
- And more!
Award-Winning Customer Service
We have won many awards for customer service, you can see some of our awards here. From Guild Quality (a reputable customer-review website for siding contractors) to the well-known Angie’s List Super Service Award, ACAE keeps winning awards thanks to our team’s dedication to taking care of you and all our customers.
Transferrable Craftsmanship Warranty
We offer one of the strongest warranties in the business. Our craftsmanship warranty covers you in case our expert installation teams make a mistake during installation that affects the performance of your siding, roofing, or windows. If, for any reason, the product is defective then you are covered under the product manufacturer’s warranty
Fun Facts About Tualatin Oregon
In 1853, Samuel Galbreath built the first bridge over the Tualatin river, and the town became known as Bridgeport. The Community’s accommodations were simple: a blacksmith shop, boarding house, general store, and saloon.
In 1886, the Portland & Willamette Railway Company purchased a right-of-way through John Sweek’s land on the Tualatin River’s west bank opposite Bridgeport. Profiting from the sale, Sweek took advantage of the railroad’s location and platted a town around the depot – he named the new town after the river, Tualatin.
In 1890, John L. Smith moved to Tualatin and established a sawmill close to the river. With other investors, Smith also incorporated the Tualatin Mill Company and quickly monopolized local logging and lumbering. Smith’s mill, and its payroll, provided impetus for Tualatin’s growth. With plenty of jobs and Portland just an hour train ride away, Tualatin’s population has grown ever since.
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