• Kitchen Design
  • Wood Floors
  • Outdoor Living Spaces
  • Bathroom Remodels
  • Exterior Maintenance
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Welcome to Contractor Hotline

Find the right home improvement professional for your next project

Contractor Hotline is your personalized home services referral network of dependable, highly skilled professionals. We connect homeowners with pre-screened contractors throughout the areas of Seattle, Edmonds, Mukilteo, Lynnwood, and neighboring communities.

Our extensive network of home remodeling professionals can accomplish projects from painting, plumbing, and floor refinishing to complete room renovations and home additions. Whether your home remodel needs are small or large, we can help save valuable time in the search for a qualified professional to achieve your next project.

Contractor Hotline’s industry expertise and unbiased referrals are provided free of charge. We’re here to ensure home improvement goals are realized successfully, from concept to completion.

Give us a call at 425-775-9085 or submit a work request to connect with one of our qualified service professionals today!

“Thank you so very much Cari for setting us up with quality people who provide affordable prices and professional services.” ~ M. Koehler, Woodway


“I was very impressed and pleased with Eric. He was full of information and roofing tips. THANKS once again for your wonderful service and your terrific referrals. As I told Eric, you have saved my bacon more than once!! “ ~ P. Ayers, Mountlake Terrace


 “I want to tell you how happy I am to have made the connection with you and your services. Several owners in our building have had positive experiences with you just as I have. Referrals to others are easy because I have confidence that those who engage your service will also be pleased. It is probably not the image you are striving for but, I feel like the contractors have a “mother” working on my behalf, seeing that they communicate, show up on time and do their best work. Please take that as the compliment I intended.” ~ W. Packard, Seattle