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Building Masters

Our goal at Building Masters is to create quality construction projects serving the greater Nashville residential community. We pursue projects requiring renovation, restoration, additions, or completely new construction. Our in-house design team includes a licensed architect, which allows us to provide unique and thoughtful design solutions for every project. Our private catalogue of house plans and portfolio of past projects provide our clients a helpful database for customizing their project, and ultimately turning the completed house into a home. Our construction services incorporate quality materials and craftsmanship, with careful regard for the schedule and budget, to create a well-built and lasting home. We look forward to serving you and mastering your next building project.


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We don't want any grass in the backyard of our new townhome. Need recommendation for brick masons skilled in laying patio pavers to replace sod.

Jack Wilkins answered:

Oct 10, 2016
You're not looking for a brick mason.....your looking for a landscaper expirenced in hardscapes.....brick masons typicall only deal with installing brick facades.....pavers require grading,fill materi ... read more
Water is coming in through new overhead sewer

Rob Owens of VTS Homes, Inc. PRO answered:

Jun 1, 2014
You definitely should not have any leaking.  I suggest you call a plumber to come look at the issue.

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