TRU Prevention Professionals takes a proactive approach to the needs of homes and their surroundings with indoor and outdoor services. Along with handy cleaning, maintenance, and landscaping techs, the company can send truck-mounted pressure washers and carpet-cleaning systems to blast grime from buildings and into ultra-authentic renditions of Dickens stories.
When HomeMasters started in 1990, its licensed, insured, and bonded staffers didn't stray very far from roof and gutter projects. Today, however, you might find them remodeling a kitchen or fixing a leaky faucet. Still, even with their expansion to handyman services, their specialty remains roof and gutter installation and repair. The roofers have even achieved CertainTeed ShingleMaster status, and the gutter technicians have 20-foot-long arms that can go all the way down a downspout to clean it out.
When HomeMasters opened in 1990, they were aiming for the very top?literally. The specialists in all things roofing and gutters earned a reputation for excellence thanks to their team of full-time employees with years of experience. In fact, their services were so trusted that their clients began asking them to expand into other fields of home maintenance. Today, HomeMasters offers fence repair, painting and staining, grout and tile sealing, bathroom and kitchen remodeling, and clearing out former residents.
In 2009, current owner and native Oregonian Chris Peterson revived his family’s defunct, nearly 20-year-old roofing business with the decision to make eco-friendly practices the foundation of C.D. Northwest’s roof-strengthening services. Chris threw all the know-how he had gained from growing up with the company and the knowledge he accrued earning a degree in business administration into reopening C.D. Northwest’s doors. Now, Chris and his small crew of dedicated workers tend to roofs on commercial buildings and residential homes, from bungalows and ranches to three-story Victorians made of glass. That eco-friendly mission has held fast, forming the basis for even the most basic services, such as scouring roofs with a nontoxic cleaning chemical. To keep Mother Nature and karma on its side, the team at C.D. Northwest continually contributes to a variety of charities including Friends of Trees and the SMART program, which aims to teach kids how to read.