New Year’s Overstock Door Sale! Your Choice $50

It’s a new year and time for Versatile to do a little clean up and clean out of our overstock door inventory.

Lucky you! Here’s a chance to get a great deal on some interior doors.

Choose any of the below doors for $50. Delivery not included, doors sold as-is. Pick up must be scheduled during standard Versatile hours – Monday-Friday, 7:30am-4:00pm.

To purchase a door, email Iman to arrange payment and delivery: iman@versatilewp.com

1 Panel Split Finish Side 1 Finished 1 Panel Finished Swinging Door

1 Panel Split Finish Side 2 Birch Veneer Solid Core Fir 1 Light_1 Fir 1 MDF Panel Fir 1 Raised Panel Fir 4 Panel_1 Fir 5 Panel Fir Sidelight_1 Fir Sidelight_3 Primed 1 Panel 2 Primed 1 Panel Primed 5 Panel SPF 5 Panel

See a door you can use? Email Iman to arrange payment and delivery: iman@versatilewp.com

Didn’t find what you’re looking for? Take a look at our $100 & $150 doors.

Thanks and Happy New Year!

2015 Restoration Celebration Honors Versatile

A restoration celebration honoring versatile client’s achievements. Everyone seated at Restoration Celebration

We were honored to have the opportunity to join the architecture and restoration community in celebrating Oregon’s achievements in restoration. This was held at Restore Oregon’s Restoration Celebration in November. We were also very excited to watch as several of our clients were honored with DeMuro Awards this year!

The Restoration Celebration serves a dual purpose.

It is the event that both announces the year’s Endangered Places list and celebrates the winners of the DeMuro Award. The Endangered Places List spotlights properties of historic significance in Oregon that are in danger of collapse or destruction. Nomination to the list provides a property with resources and grant opportunities to help stabilize and restore the property.

The DeMuro Awards are named for legendary Portland preservationist and developer Art DeMuro. DeMuro is a competitive award honoring the architecture and construction teams who tackle significant projects in rehabilitating Oregon’s historic structures.

Paul Falsetto wins DeMuro Award Blockhouse Cafe

Celebrating the awards and sharing our success

We were delighted to celebrate our dear friend and colleague Paul Falsetto. Paul received a DeMuro Award for his rehabilitation of the Dayton Blockhouse Cafe. Paul worked with our custom cabinetry team to develop a walnut back bar for that project. Along with a bar and table tops made out of reclaimed fir from the building’s floor joists

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We were also thrilled to celebrate the honoring of Venerable Properties for their Washington High School rehabilitation project.

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That project featured new sash built by Versatile that exactly replicated the building’s original double hung windows. They had been lost when an ill-guided renovation replaced them all with aluminum.

 

Richard and Alex Restoration Celebration

Our owner, Richard De Wolf, who is a member of the Restore Oregon board of directors. Alex Mackenzie, our chief sales person and expert resource for our clients. Enjoying the opportunity to connect with clients and colleagues who are helping move this important work forward in Oregon.

Richard Speaking at Restoration Celebration

Richard had the opportunity to give a brief speech at the event. He highlighted our own efforts to save some of Oregon’s Most Endangered Places.

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We have been able to directly contribute to the rescue and rehabilitation of at least one Endangered Place a year for the last 5 years. These range from the Pioneer Mother’s Cabin (above), which was on the verge of falling into the Willamette. To the First Congregational Church in downtown Portland, whose historic bell tower tracery was beginning to crumble.

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It was a beautiful event. We look forward to seeing which Endangered Place we can help knock off the list next year!

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