Home builder

New Rustic Style Home

Curtis Homes built a rustic style home in White Salmon, Washington.  The home features impressive wood beams, a re-claimed barnwood wainscoting in the main living areas and wood accents wrapping the exterior of the home!  Builder Cameron Curtis commented, “the home is a one-level with wood accents that turn-up the character and style of this beautiful house.”   The built-in hutch and shelving continue to add to the character of this home build.  

To see more photos of this home on our Houzz account! 


November 2017
Tagged , , , , , , , , ,

Tour a New Home

Houzz is a great tool for homeowners, future-homeowners, remodelers, builders and inspiration for the dreamers!  Take a tour of the inside of recent home we finished in Bend.  It was on the Central Oregon Builder Associations tour of homes this summer.  

The home overlooks Northwest Crossing’s Discovery Park in Bend, Oregon. The views of the living room are of the courtyard and pond in Discovery Park. The interior of the home invites in the Central Oregon light, vistas, and natural beauty. The home was designed to always have a useable outdoor space that is protected from the winter elements or shaded from the hot summer sun. The goal of the kitchen was to be the center of the party- if you’re in the kitchen you still can see what is happening out on the courtyard or in the living room.  

Click for a tour! 

October 2017
Tagged , , , , , , , , , ,

Curtis Homes on COBA Home Tour!

Curtis Homes is excited to announce the completion of a home in NorthWest Crossing in Bend, Oregon.  Curtis Homes will have two homes on the popular Bend Home tour, the tour is put on by the Central Oregon Builder Association or COBA.  

Home in Northwest Crossing, Bend Oregon




June 2017
Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,

Curtis Homes is Growing!

Cameron and Emily Curtis are happy to announce that Curtis Homes is expanding to Bend, Oregon​! Our home-base and office will remain in Hood River, Oregon​ where we are currently busy building in the Mountain Vistas community along with developments of our own Goose Way Townhouses Subdivision and Rocky Road Subdivision. In preparation for our expansion into Central Oregon, we are pleased to announce that Jeremy Fields has been added to the Curtis Homes team as our Project Manager. Jeremy has been working closely with our Hood River team ​and is excited to get started on our first project in Central Oregon which will be the construction of two homes in the NorthWest Crossing Neighborhood in west Bend. These two ​beautiful ​homes, designed by Muddy River, will be on the Central Oregon Builders Association (COBA) tour in late July​ 2017​.

Our whole team is excited to grow into a new community, while continuing to invest into the Hood River community​ we love! 

March 2017
Tagged , , , , , , ,

Custom Home for Sale in White Salmon, WA

Curtis Homes only has three lots for custom homes in the Sun Vista neighborhood.  These view lots are on Strawberry Mt. in  White Salmon, Washington.  There is one beautiful new Curtis Home’s house already in the neighborhood!

For more information on the building process and information on the Sun Vista lots please leave a comment or call the office.


Possible home on a     view lot in Sun Vista!


View from Sun Vista Neighborhood.

Inside the finished home in Sun Vista.

Inside the finished home, in Sun Vista.


Sun Vista Estates Plot Map

Click to enlarge and print

March 2016
Tagged , ,

New Home (sold) in Hood River!

The custom home built by Curtis Homes in Hood River, Oregon is a traditional looking home.  The home, named the Greenspire plan, was designed by local Portland, Oregon architect Alan Mascord.

[slideshow_deploy id=’832’]

The two-story family home has a large living room with two-story vaulted ceilings, gas fireplace, large family/Bonus room, four bedrooms and a formal dinning room.  The home has an open feeling and a natural flow through-out the downstairs. For more information about this home or building in Hood River shoot Cameron Curtis (the builder) an email or call the office!


February 2016
Tagged , , , , , , ,

Alonzo Achieves Job Success!

It’s an honor to work with Alonzo and have him a part of our team of craftsmen.  Check out his story on Employment First Success Stories!


Owners Cameron and Emily Curtis want to encourage other businesses to learn more about work study programs.  Allowing youth to be a part of early job success will only bolster their confidence and achieve success in choosing a career.


August 2015
Tagged , , , ,

International Building Show, Las Vegas 2014

International Building Show2014 

Cameron Curtis, owner of Curtis Homes, and Thad Iremonger, Lead Carpenter of Curtis Homes, joined 70,000 other building professionals in Las Vegas last week for the International Building Show. Curtis and Iremonger had the opportunity to meet new vendors, other home builders, as well as, learn about the most innovative products  on the market.



Ply_Gem_2014Highlights of the show: 

  • Barn-wood flooring from Bend, Oregon
  • New trends in appliance and plumbing products
  • New technologies available for home automation (wireless lights, heating, security cameras, and surround sound) 
  • Meeting Ty Pennington, a genuine and exceptional builder

Ty Pennington & Cameron Curtis

Both Curtis and Iremonger, who have 16 years of combined building experience,  enjoyed discussing the always evolving green techniques in framing and air-sealing homes with the other building professionals.

Curtis was very excited about brand-new software that will help streamline his customer’s building experience.  The software will revolutionize how clients select finishes, schedule walk-throughs and the building process of their new home. It is important to Curtis Homes to offer clients the most cutting edge products available. To learn more, ask either of them about the multi-faceted topics and what they learned.

Lastly, it was wonderful for Curtis to confirm Curtis Homes is currently using advanced products for home building and to see a few new trending ideas that could be incorporated in Curtis Homes’ home building process.  See more photos of the IBS Show on our FB page!

James Hardie


February 2014
Tagged , , , , , ,

Six Ways to Stay Clutter Free!

1. Give every item a home… Have lots of storage areas.  In a recent home built by Curtis Homes five extra closets and lots of cabinets were installed to give the home more storage.  The question, “what is this space doing for the home?” was asked for every square inch of the project.  The result is the home is full of useful and purposeful storage space.

2. For every one new item, two old items must go… Have a donation box or future garage sale box in your master bedroom closet or the coat closet.  In turn if you are in need of something new, check at a local thrift store, re-build it center or consignment shop for what you need.  This is the ultimate in recycling.

3. Pin, post and hook… Pin must-have info to a stylish family bulletin board. Post information on a chalkboard.  On hooks hang jackets, hats, or keys so everything is easy to find.

[slideshow_deploy id=’454’]

4. Go wireless…. Avoid a lot of cords by taking your technology wireless. Turn a cord cluttered office desk into a sleek workspace by opting for a wireless keyboard, mouse and server.

5. Take an underwater basket weaving class… Okay, no need to make your own baskets, however baskets are the number one way the Curtis family stays clutter free.  Everyone has their own basket.  Throughout the week, the small random objects around the house get put in the right person’s basket.  Usually during TV time we all go through our baskets.

6.  Declutter your mind… If the house seems to be messy, take a deep breath and go inward. Find a way to relax and gain perspective.  Papers, toys or cloths on the floor are all signs of living a full life.  This fact can brings you peace; we don’t live in the pages of home magazines.  Abraham Lincoln put it this way, “We can complain because rose bushes have thorns, or rejoice because thorn bushes have roses.”

January 2014
Tagged , , , ,

Why a Fleur de Lis?

Why is there a fleur de lis in the Curtis Homes logo?

CH_fleurdelisThe french symbol represents the start of the company and the values that drive Curtis Homes. During Cameron Curtis freshman year at Corban University in Salem, Oregon, hurricane Katrina ravaged New Orleans leaving thousands homeless. Seeing the immense need for able tradesman, Cameron traveled south to pour his energy, skill, and heart into rebuilding hope into lives of others.  It was there in New Orleans that Curtis Construction and Remodeling was born. After living in New Orleans gutting and rebuilding homes in New Orleans, Cameron returned to Salem and established Curtis Construction & Remodeling – a company focused on offering quality construction.

As Cameron finished college and grew in his passion for building homes he changed the name of his company to Curtis Homes.  The name reflects Cameron and Emily’s desire for the business to be family owned.  The fleur de lis was added to the logo, as a daily reminder that building hope, good service and family tradition is at the center of Curtis Homes.


December 2013
Tagged , , , ,