Seattle Business Magazine’s Family Business Awards Program
Quality, consistency, flexibility. These terms often rise to the top of descriptions for the honorees inSeattle Business magazine’s Family Business Awards program. This year is no different. Most of these companies have at least three generations of family ownership, while some carry a legacy stretching back five generations or more. A common thread among all of them: growing the business while serving their communities and paying close attention to the personal touch in customer service. Congratulations to the 13 honorees in the 2015 Family Business Awards!
Westhill takes Silver in The 2015 Family Business Awards: Small Firms catagoroy.
Take the experience of 41 years in residential remodeling and custom home construction built on strong client relationships and you have “The Westhill Way,” a motto backed by ongoing training and internal communications. Continuing that legacy, two daughters and a nephew of Chuck Russell, the son of company founder Charlie Russell, now work at Westhill and are learning the ropes. Westhill emerged strong from the recession and the decline in construction activity, reporting revenue growth of about $1 million in each of the past two years. Westhill employees give time and donations to build acessibility ramps and home makeovers for low-income neighbors. Westhill also holds a popular community recycling event collecting household items and donating tree seedlings.
To find out more about this award go to Seattle Business Magazine
Westhill Earns BBB Medium Business of the Year Torch Award!
At Westhill we believe the quality of service is not what we put into it, it’s what the client gets out of it.
The Westhill team is dedicated to the customer experience in creating relationships for life.
We achieve this by empowering each person to go the extra mile at every opportunity.
| Kaigh M. of Woodinville is the winner of our “Win a Dog Bed” contest.Thanks to all who stopped by during the Concerts on Wednesdays during Celebrate Woodinville 37th Annual Woodinville Parade in Woodinville.
Once again Westhill joined in to celebrate Woodinville and the turnout was amazing.
Westhill builds it’s ramp for Cathy’s Cuddlers.
Each year thru the Master Builders Association ramps are built to help others enjoy the freedom to move about.
This year the Westhill Team donated their Saturday and built a ramp to do just that for a childcare facility in Bothell.
Westhill’s Annual Spring Recycling Event
Spring was certainly here Saturday when hundreds of people turned out to have their personal documents shredded.
We collected used electronics, yard debri, wood debri and lots of gently used clothing.
For the first year ever we collected about 20 flags to be retired by VFW Post 2995, Veterans of Foreign War in Redmond WA, for their annual Flag Retirement ceremony.
Thank you to all our volunteers and participants for making this a successful event.
American Data Guard – Document shredding
PC Recycle and Repair – Electronics recycling
United Recycle – Yard and wood debri
Fir Run Nursery – Hemlock seedlings
Westhill’s 2014 Ugly Attire Christmas Party
Some pretty interesting outfits!
Westhill Celebrates 40 Years!
Wow! An event that will be remembered. Thanks to all the wonderful people who came by to celebrate Westhill’s 40th Anniversary. Over 200 people enjoyed the band “Rico’s Revenge “, the food catered by “Pacific Island Grill “ and the prizes… and giveaways from our valued subcontractors and suppliers! John Carlson and the KVI team helped promote and entertained the crowd. Chuck presented Charlie with a framed hammer – the one Charlie used throughout his lifetime to create the dreams. It was especially an honor to be joined by Westhill’s very first client Bruce and Lois of Bothell (Job 001). Thank you to everyone who has touched the lives of Westhill over the past 40 years.