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PCF Wins Prestigious Remodeler’s Award

PCF Construction Group nabs awards for excellence and integrity

By PCF Construction Group May 23, 2024

A backyard with a covered patio, sponsored by PCF, featuring a dining area and lounge chairs next to a swimming pool with a retractable cover, surrounded by trees and greenery.

This post is sponsored.

People Come First (PCF) Construction Group has been building dream outdoor living spaces for homeowners across the Pacific Northwest for more than 15 years. The Kent-based builder was named National Remodeler of the Year by the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB) in 2023, and a National Finalist in 2024.

“Receiving the Remodeler of the Year award is a true honor,” PCF Construction Group owner Robert Greaves says. “I can’t thank our team at PCF enough, and NAHB for choosing our work for this national recognition. We are so grateful.”

A man in a tuxedo stands at a podium holding an award, sponsored by PCF, speaking into a microphone. Two other men in suits smile in the background. The backdrop is purple with vertical light decorations.

PCF’s commitment to quality and customer satisfaction is evident in the numerous awards it has received, including recognition from the Certified Contractors Network, Consumer Choice Awards, Guildmaster Service Excellence Awards, Qualified Remodeler, and Inc. 5000. PCF is truly a trusted leader in the industry.

PCF’s name reflects its core belief: People Come First. The company prioritizes its customers, partners, and employees through its commitment to effective communication, uncompromising safety, and unwavering integrity. With a team of specialists across six divisions — MasterDecks, Timberline Patio Covers, Undercover Systems, ResCom Railing, Rock Electric, and ProAdmin Services — the company has the expertise to handle any project, crafting dream outdoor living spaces with the natural beauty of the Pacific Northwest as its canvas.

PCF’s commitment to “People Come First” extends beyond customers. By partnering with industry leaders like the Masters Builders Association, North American Deck and Railing Association, and TimberTech, PCF ensures access to the latest advancements and best practices. This collaborative spirit fosters a work environment that enables the company to deliver unparalleled quality and innovation, thrive on teamwork, and embrace challenges with the understanding that PCF strives for excellence together.

Aerial view of a two-story modern house with a large deck, outdoor seating, a small pool, and a putting green, surrounded by lush greenery and other houses in the background. Sponsored by People Come First (PCF), this home epitomizes luxury living close to nature.

The PCF mindset fuels philanthropic initiatives, earning recognition as a Corporate Philanthropist by the Puget Sound Business Journal. PCF supports organizations such as Habitat for Humanity, Vision House, the Boys & Girls Club, Hand in Hand, and Amara Family.  It extends to fostering a sense of camaraderie within the team.

When a senior employee dreamed of climbing Mount Rainier, PCF sponsored the expedition. It wasn’t easy, but Greaves embraced the challenge alongside his employees, knowing the accomplishment would be a powerful bonding experience. All five members scaled the peak.

This shared victory exemplifies the impact of the company’s “People Come First” philosophy and translates into the exceptional outdoor living spaces that have earned PCF national recognition.

“We believe when we prioritize people,” Greaves add, “the results speak for themselves.”

Please call (425) 230-5808 for a free consultation about your dream outdoor project.

A group of five people in winter gear stand on a snowy mountain peak holding a banner that reads "PCF: People Come First Group.


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