All Valley Housing Services

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Eric S.

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· Paso Robles

We had been interested in going solar for some time but also heard horror stories about the price of systems and the problems with leased systems. Well, I finally ran into a representative fro Solarponics at the Home & Garden show and made an appointment to have someone come out. We met Andrew short... more

Barbara K.

Review of Aging In The Home Remodelers by

· Fresno

Yes, it has a very nice appearance and works very nice. It was pretty ordinary for what we expected though. I thought it would be like a Jacuzzi tub, and all the jets would all work together. You have to use each part separately. When you change the location, the next set pushes out cold water, and... more

Ronald A.

Review of 3 Blind Mice by

· Fresno

Very pleased with how easy they work and how nice they look.They work well to block the view into house but can actually see what is going on outside.

Carol B.

Review of PetersenDean by

· Clovis

I highly recommend using their services!!! I originally put off getting my roofing done for a long time due to my lack of comfortability from friends experiences. I'd thought I would regret getting it done, but I am glad that I went with this company!!! I feel as if I lucked out when using PetersenD... more

Before hiring an architect or designer for my addition, what sort of questions should I ask them?
Nov 26, 2016
There is mudh information about how to find an architect/designer for new home construction or remodeling additions. Unfortunately, many decisions end up being based on numbers, specifically the cost ... read more
I have a client that would like to frame, insulate & drywall over a exterior door in her kitchen. The home is in DC are there any code issues or permits req?
Jun 24, 2016
They would have to remove the door, tie in with new framing, insulate properly then drywall the area. No permits are required as long as the structure of the home is not affected. door frame is been e ... read more

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