Huge inventory, honest, friendly, knowledgeable service. The Only place within 100 or more miles to get the proper supplies for your mobile home.
13. U-Neek RV Center
Very courteous treatment by salesmen Ed and orientation very through. I appreciate your service, good experience.
15656 SE Division StPortland, OR 97236
From Business: Tall Firs Mobilehome and RV Park is a quiet, centrally-located mobilehome park with RV spaces and other amenities located in Portland, Oregon. Our on-site managem…
Several needs addressed for our mobile home at the Oregon coast. Greg had what we needed, windows and doors, quality products, reasonable pricing. Greg is the greatest
I was very happy with the customer service, and over all help received coming here (as I wasn't very confident in my understanding of state laws). I don't know all the products that are offered, but he had exactly what I needed for a reasonable price. I would highly recommend this store.
BEWARE OF THIS COMPANYJanell, the realtor, lied to me about a heat pump that doesn't exist. She knew that central air conditioning was one of my criteria in a home purchase. When she showed the home I asked her, "Does it have air conditioning?" She said "No, (short pause) but it does have a heat pump." She showed me the fuse marked "heat pump", then turned it on at the thermostat. Later I found out that it was just a fan that came on. The house has never had a heat pump. She lied in order to make a sale. New paint and new carpet hide cracks and water damage. Soft spots, rust spots and cracks have been coming through the paint since I moved in on March 1. Some of the cracks are now from floor-to-ceiling. Wrinkles have been appearing on the new carpet and the floorboards underneath separate when I walk over them. Both sky windows leak. A large tree-root going under the house was covered with black tape so that I wouldn't see it. The backyard is not a dirt yard as I was told, and as it appeared to the eye. There are about two inches of dirt on top of heavy plastic to hide tree roots coming from a "dead" tree stump in the corner of the lot. Sprouts have been pushing through the plastic and ground all over the yard. Janell had her truck parked in the driveway. I found out later that she parked it over a large puddle that forms every time it rains. The trees are much too close to the house. As a realtor she knew that or should have known that. It's one of her job responsibilities to protect a prospective buyer from seller-fraud and misrepresentation, and require a full-disclosure from the seller. Three of the interior doors no longer latch. This is just a partial list. She and NW Homebuyers refuse to accept any responsibility for their actions. If I could, I would invite you here to see the evidence for yourself. I hope this information is useful to you.
I went in looking for a new door. Greg went through all my options and gave me a great price. He went above and beyond in order to make sure I got the product I wanted. Not something he's pushing to make more money. His selection on all mobile/manufactured home products is the best in the entire Northwest. You have to come check out his stuff.
A locally owned business. The owner Greg is trustworthy, knowledgeable, kind, and helpful. The only around place to find parts for your manufactured home. Some items are very specific.