Altaview Concrete Inc

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Larkin G.

Review of Bedrock Quartz Surfaces by

· Mapleton

Excellent work. Beautiful counter.

Jack M.

Review of Champion Windows of Salt Lake City by

· Salt Lake City

They were good. I had a friend tell me about them. I never thought they were as good as they were; however, this time I had them do this, I was really impressed. My friend was right all along! They did a very good job and I am very satisfied.

Barbara R.

Review of Jorgenson Builders by

· Midway

We are extremely pleased with Jorgenson Builders. Jake and his crew are managing to an aggressive timeline without sacrificing quality or the budget. The company uses a software application that allows us to communicate easily with the builder and subs. This application is also used to post progress... more

Julie D.

Review of RoofTek by

· Taylorsville

Our salesman was excellent. But the crew that worked on our home was lacking in professionalism. I realize there were some brand new workers. My understanding was that each employee was trained to be professional. Not our experience! The work was started in April and finally in June we were sat... more

We just moved into a new home with a heat pump (new for me). The master suite stays about 5 degrees colder than the rest of the house. Any ideas why?

Chelsea Clark of Liberty Homes PRO answered:

Mar 4, 2016
I agree - we would need to know more about the layout of your home to provide an answer. Some questions for you: Is your bedroom above a garage or below an attic (as Marian noted below)? How far from ... read more
Best way to caulk the seam between our backsplash and kitchen counter?
Jan 27, 2016
First, clean out the existing caulk the best you can with a utility knife, flat razor or a putty knife.  To get it extra clean and depending on what type of caulk was there before, you can use baking ... read more

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