Bringing Professional Craftsmanship to You and Your Home

Welcome to SawHorse Homes.

My name is Mark Savage and I have been working on homes since I was a teenager. As a teen, I was always fixing or working on my neighbor's and friend's houses. I also grew up working in a family business, which included a machine shop.

My joy is serving people in their homes, whether it is a simple project or a more complex remodel. You will find many of our projects in the pages that follow. Our emphasis is from the front door to the back of your home.

I'd honestly much rather visit with you in person. For now, however, grab a cup of coffee, browse, and feel free to ask questions along the way.

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"Over the last 5 years, I have felt so fortunate to have Saw Horse Homes update our home! I have a hundred plus year old farm home that Mark has done miracles with. He took on job of installing new wall covering in every room downstairs. Challenges along the way, to say the least, but he conquered them. Mark has made the interior of our home so much nicer. I love it! He is equally talented with outdoor tasks. Mark is very friendly and easy to work with, listening and understanding my wishes. A recent project was to prepare for installation of the first ever clothes dryer in this house. No small job. Mark arranged for a plumber to install LP gas lines needed for the dryer. I asked for a pedestal to raise the dryer so I wouldn't have to bend so low to retrieve dried clothes. He built a pedestal. Please give Saw Horse Homes a try if you need anything from a small project to kitchen/bath renovation. You will be pleased."

Rose R.

"Mark and his team did a great job for us on several projects - floors, plumbing and cabinets. We've had a few items needing follow up and they have been very helpful, cooperative and responsive. We highly recommend Sawhorse."

Jim B.

"We had a great experience working with SawHorse to remodel our kitchen. They were professional, friendly and stayed on budget and schedule. We love our updated kitchen and appreciate their fine work."

Kathleen S.