Who We Are




Contact Us


Frame-Rite Structures   "We Can Help!"

Frame-Rite Structures of Spokane is a family business. Tony and Polly Reutov run the business out of their home. Among the benefits of having a home office are low overhead and the ability to be open "24/7."

Post frame steel buildings are the specialty of Frame-Rite Structures. They are one of the most economical building to erect - quick to put up and sturdy. The company will also build traditional stick buildings if that is what the client wants.

Frame-Rite Structures can help clients create customized buildings, or the plans can be "off the shelf." Either way, Tony and his crew provide all phases of building, whether it be residential, farm buildings, arenas, airplane hangars, or commercial buildings. In short, Frame-Rite can build whatever the client wants. All the buildings are engineered by Spokane's Wambeke Engineering to meet code standards.

As soon as Tony gets a call from a customer, he gets right to work. "I'm a go-getter," says Tony. There is no waiting or procrastinating. Clients are never left in the dark with Frame-Rite; Tony gives full details to his clients and makes sure everyone is on the same page.

Tony and his crew are willing to travel. They work all over the state of Washington and into Idaho.

Tony keeps the cost of his buildings as low as possible. He doesn't cut corners; but, he doesn't waste any money either. With the downturn in the economy, pennies saved add up to dollars. Every dollar Tony saves on a project goes into the client's pocket. Some contractors say they will meet or beat the bids of other contractors. "I don't need to price match," declares Tony. "My price is already the best in town."

Tony's background shows his ability to work hard. Starting at age fifteen he worked for a commercial salmon fishery in Alaska's Copper River area. Five years later he owned his own fishing boat. Tony is a "Jack-of-all-trades." He learned about the different facets of building during the fishing off-season.

The Reutov family moved to Spokane in 1997 and started Frame-Rite Structures that year. Since then, the company has built over one hundred structures in the Spokane area alone. All job-sites are left clean for the owner. "And the buildings," says Tony, "speak for themselves."

Tony likes to give back to the community by purchasing materials from local businesses.

The building trade is a good fit for Tony. He enjoys meeting people and helping their plans become concrete.

Ken and Karen Foertsch of Medical Lake, Washington, are more than satisfied with the work Frame-Rite did for them. They wanted to develop their retirement property into a mini-farm. The first project, an oversized six car garage, was proving to be a bit of a challenge.

"I had talked to several pole-barn builders in the local area. The builders that I talked to did not want to design or build according to our plans or desires."

Tony, however, listened to the Foertschs' desires and brought the dreams into reality.

"Over the next seven years, Tony built an additional six buildings for us. A large, beautiful gambrel-styled barn fulfilled our plans. We are very pleased with the outcome of our mini-farm, and the quality of all the buildings that Tony and his crew have built for us."

"Providing people with top-notch buildings that will fulfill their dreams is very important to me," says Tony. "And our work is immaculate."

Dan and Mary Butcher can attest to that. Not only were they impressed with the efficiency of the crew and the quality of their work, they also made special note that the crew cleaned the site when the work was done.

"We would like to say that Tony and his crew did an excellent job," wrote the Butchers, "We would not hesitate to recommend Frame-Rite Structures to anyone."

Tony works with an experienced crew - men whom he has found over the years to be skilled and trustworthy. Many clients have appreciated the fact that Tony and his crew are non-smokers.

Providing good quality and a good price are important goals for Tony.

Because his office is in his home, Tony takes his work portfolio directly to potential customers. For more information, call Tony at 509-981-6033, or, outside the Spokane calling area, call toll free at 844-789-1244. He can also be contacted by e-mail at tonyframerite@rocketmail.com

The Huckleberry "Hound" encourages anyone in need of a post-frame building to call Frame-Rite Structures. Tony is passionate about his work. He will put his experience and skill to work for you at a competitive price.

Remember to tell Tony and Polly the "Hound" sent you!

As featured in Huckleberry Press,
Jan 20-26  2011,
written by Bonnie Stichart (aka the "Hound")

(click photo for larger image, ©Huckleberry Press)

Last modified:December 27, 2022

Website written by David Fisher, www.wcs-spokane.com