Westhill’s 8th Annual Recycle Extravaganza
Saturday, April 21, 2018
11:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.
12810 NE 178th Street #104
1. It's easy. Clean out, load up and drop off your recyclable items.
2. Plan to stay for free coffee and goodies.
3. Take home a Douglas Fir seedling for planting (while quantities last).
. Documents - shredded while you watch, by Frontline Shredding Inc. (3 bags or banker boxes maximum)
. Appliances (no refrigerators)
. TV's, computers, keyboards and mice, monitors, laptops, tablets, ink cartridges, cell phones, stereo equipment and DVD players
. Yard and wood debris - tree branches (up to 6" in diameter), pallets, plywood, clean wood (untreated/unpainted - up to a small pickup truck load)
. Scrap steel - bikes, lawn mowers, BBQ grills, etc.
. Gently used clothing and shoes
. Worn out American flags
. Paint of any kind
. Hazardous waste
. Light bulbs
*Westhill reserves the right to refuse items that do not conform to the above descriptions or Washington State recycling regulations.
Do you know a Carpenter interested in joining our team?
Westhill’s culture is one of teamwork, integrity and professionalism, as well as being a fun, family-oriented remodeling company for 44 years and counting. We provide an enviable working environment, job stability, competitive wages, bonus opportunities, medical, dental, vision, life insurance, 401 (k) plan, paid time off and we appreciate each and every member of our team.
Attributes will include being a skilled craftsperson in residential remodeling with an eye for detail, great communication skills and a love of doing hands-on work. The position also calls for comprehending plan specifications and having the physical aptitude to do the job, all with an emphasis on safety and satisfaction.
We do a variety of projects and work with amazing clients. To be a good fit, the candidate must be passionate about giving our customers a great remodeling experience and take pride in the quality of their work. We care about the safety of our clients and their families; a pre-employment drug and background check must be passed as well as proof of legal residency, a safe driving record and valid driver license and insurance.
Retiring of Old Glory!
When your United States flag becomes worn, torn, faded or badly soiled, it’s time for a replacement.
Drop it off any time during the year at our office. We will have it “retired” with all the dignity and respect befitting our nation’s flag. We will drop off the collection of flags at the Redmond VFW Hall #2995, where it will be included in their Flag Retirement Ceremony. Fly your flag proudly!
Westhill Building Trades Scholarship
Giving back to the community has always been a large part of the Westhill culture. We are excited to announce our participation in offering a $2,500 Westhill Building Trades Scholarship, through the Scholarship Foundation of Northshore.
Our intent is to support, encourage and increase the growth of trades men and women in the residential remodeling and home building industry.
Click on www.sf-ns.org/scholarships for complete participation information.
Maltby Food Bank Helps Holiday Hunger
You did it again! So many people stopped in with their donations to support the Maltby Food Bank. Our goal was 1 ton of food. We collected your donations of 3,483.1 pounds!
Don’t forget we are a year round drop off point for the Maltby Food Bank. Donations are accepted at our office located at 12810 NE 178th Street #104, Woodinville 98072 Monday – Friday 6:30 am – 4:30 pm.
Your contribution of canned foods, pantry, baby, household and toiletry items are needed throughout the year. For a more current and complete list go to: www.maltbyfoodbank.org. Thank you for your continued generosity.
The Chamber of Commerce, once again did a fantastic job with the Celebrate Woodinville Concerts/Festival. The concerts kicked off summer on Wednesday evenings in July and August, and topping it off with a parade and festival on August 20th. Westhill once again was a Silver Sponsor. Hopefully you had a chance to stop by our booth and chat a bit.
Westhill joined forces again this year with the Master Builders Association participating in the 23rd annual Rampathon event. Teams of volunteers gather to donate supplies and build much needed ramps for our neighbors in need. This allows individuals the ability and the freedom of venturing out of their homes. The May 21st event was the biggest Rampathon ever, with 37 ramps built totaling more than 400 since 1993. The stories are heartwarming and the recipients are always so grateful. Westhill employees along with their families worked to construct a ramp and did some gardening for a family in Bothell. Learn more at MBA!