If you’re interested in an apartment renovation in the great Seattle and Tacoma area, look no further than Multi-M Contracting. Since 1998, we’ve provided full-service commercial contracting and pride ourselves on our concept-to-completion services. Where other companies may talk about meeting your expectations, we don’t consider our job complete until we exceed them.
We specialize in difficult projects. One apartment renovation project in Seattle required us to repair a deteriorating complex back into a beautiful building worthy of the city skyline. We’ve completed structural repairs on commercial buildings that suffered from water intrusion and fire damage, and also offer investigation services to locate your building’s issues. We’ve been hired for everything from a simple re-cladding job to restoring a turn-of-the-century historic warehouse into new downtown office space.
Multi-M Contracting is a license Seattle commercial contractor and offer custom construction for retail shops, multi-family structures, and office buildings. But whether it’s an apartment renovation or a warehouse restoration, we at Multi-M treat each customer like they’re the most important. We realize that the best and most reliable marketing strategy is word of mouth. So every client isn’t just a client; you’re also our next referral. That’s why we make sure that when you work with us, you’re being treated with courtesy, transparency, and respect. We put emphasis on catering to your ideas and will work side-by-side with you throughout the entire process to ensure complete satisfaction.
Don’t let other contracting companies lure you in with low bids and special offers. Often times, this results in sub-par materials, cheap labor, and underwhelming results. At Multi-M, we only use high-quality materials and skilled professionals on all our residential and commercial builds. For your next office remodel, apartment renovation or historic restoration, contact Multi-M Contracting and let our team of experts help you with your next construction project.