Meet the Team

Scott Nyland

Scott Nyland is the founder and owner of S&R Remodeling. For 23 years Scott has built a reputation on delivering high quality craftsmanship to every project. Not only is he the owner he is a craftsman himself, and takes pride in creating high quality work. His personal construction skills range from woodworking, drywall, painting, electric, plumbing, heating, and so on… His years of experience in both the field and the office have led to a diverse wealth of knowledge that covers all aspects of the remodeling spectrum, from start to finish. Scott has a degree in Facility Maintenance from WITI; he is also a Certified Lead Supervisor and Siding Installer. Scott has a very outgoing personality. What he enjoys most about his job is working with people, and being able to not only satisfy his customers, but also, be able to provide them with a smooth remodeling project. In his spare time he enjoys camping, canoeing and mountain biking. His daily goal is to have 100% of the jobs be 120% perfect!

Neil Wakershauser
Lead Carpenter

Neil Wakershauser is our Lead Carpenter. He has been with our company since 2002. Neil has over 20 years of construction experience prior to working for us here at S&R. He has five years of Commercial Roofing experience with a major commercial company. He has installed rubber roofs, asphalt roofs, and steel roofs to name a few. Neil is experienced in all aspects of the construction field, including the completion of over 100 new construction homes, and decade’s worth of running his own personal construction business, where he did both the operating of the business and the construction part of the jobs. Neil is a true craftsman, with immaculate attention to detail, and a passion to produce beautiful work. He is also a Certified Lead Supervisor. Outside of work Neil enjoys fishing, hunting, and fast cars

Jeremy Ironside

Jeremy Ironside, (AKA Rusty) is one our Carpenters. He has been with our company since March of 2005. Prior to S&R Jeremy used his carpentry/construction skills to work on “New Construction” projects. Jeremy grew up learning the values of quality construction, his father is an electrician, and he has taught his son the importance of producing good work. Jeremy is certified in Lead Safety. Outside of work he enjoys snowboarding, camping, hunting, boating, traveling, and woodworking.

Joe Alford
Marc Loeffler
Steve Nyland

Construction Tips

Compare Apples to Apples in Construction Quotes

When getting quotes for a construction or remodeling project, make sure you are comparing apples to apples. Ask all potential contractors to quote your remodeling project using the same construction materials as other contractors who are quoting. Not all building materials are the same - and some contractors use inferior products to slip in with the lowest bid.
--Get all remodeling contractors to create their quotes using specified construction materials

Ask for photos of past construction work

Ask potential contractors for images of completed construction or remodeling projects that you can see. Don't be afraid to ask to speak to past references. If it's possible, visit a complete remodeling or construction site where you can see the quality and craftsmanship first hand.
--View past construction jobs to verify the quality the contractor is offering - SR Remodeling Gallery