Schar Construction company invites you to take a look at the past projects shown in our gallery and browse our services to see how we might be able to help you with your next project. We are here to deliver with professionalism and clear communication.
If you’re ready for a new custom home, we have a unique offer for you…
We will guarantee the completion of your fully custom-built home in *45 weeks* or we’ll give you $5,000 cash as we work to complete it.
We haven’t done this before and we’re not sure how long we’ll offer this, so give us a call to discuss this even if you’re just considering it!
Who We Are
Jason Schar was raised on a farm near Silverton, coming to Eugene in 1967 to attend the University of Oregon. He wrestled during those four years of college, majoring in sociology. During Jason’s senior year, he met his wife, Ann, and they married 10 1/2 months later. After graduating, he sold life insurance for three months until he quit and got a job as a carpenter’s helper. Four years later, and after working for four different contractors, Jason then became a sole proprietor in August, 1975. Three years later, he incorporated as Schar Construction. While Schar Construction Company started with homebuilding, it later began offering home remodels as the economy changed during the late ‘70s. “I enjoy working with my hands and receive great satisfaction from taking a building project from foundation to finish, and having clients pleased about the end results.”
Andrew Hill was born in Dallas Texas, lived in Washington state for nine years, but “essentially grew up in Eugene.” He went to Bertha Holt Elementary, Monroe Middle School and Sheldon High School. In college, he played baseball at Corban University and Graduated with a B.S. in Business Management. Having worked in the construction industry on and off for over 10 years, Andrew says he loves this industry for a couple reasons: “Being able to build something and see the fruits of my labor and developing relationships in the community, which is the best part.”