Customer Testimonials



"Straight Line Building Contractors, Inc. was a lifesaver for our business! They stepped into a very complex building project which our previous contractor could not successfully complete. The professionalism with which Ryan and his team approached our project was exceptional. They resolved several difficult issues quickly and with the highest standards of workmanship. At any point during the process, they were available to answer our questions, which made the whole experience run smoothly and effectively. Our remodel project was finished on time despite the setbacks caused by our first contractor and the quality and design of the finished project exceeded our expectations. We have the utmost confidence in recommending Straight Line Building Contractors, Inc.!"

Christopher D. Sauer- Managing Partner Riverwood National Golf Course



"We are very pleased with the craftsmanship, fit and finish that Straight Line Building Contractors, Inc. provided in the construction of our new home on the lake. Ryan and his team provided options in both materials and details that made our project unique and successful. Their hands-on approach to construction allowed a smooth process from initial meetings through completion. They were available to meet with us when asked, and also coordinated meetings with a variety of sub-contractors and helped guide us through the process. Their knowledge about materials and processes gave us confidence in their work. If we were to build again, we would contact Straight Line first."


Dale & Becky F.



"Straight Line Building Contractors, Inc has done several projects for us and they have always been professional and timely with all aspects of the project.

Ryan Lee and his crew have been very enjoyable to work with and the quality of their work is first-rate.

They have kept the interests of the Star Tribune in the forefront from start to finish and I would highly recommend them to anyone looking for a reliable and professional contractor."

Greg Cardinal - Environmental and Engineering at the Star Tribune