American Tile & Stone

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Jane H.

Review of Signature Home Services by

· Azle

Any renovation is stressful but everyone from Rob and Robin on down made things as quick and easy as possible, Zach was always polite and did whatever I asked him to do and quickly, he is very through! I am totally satisfied with my new kitchen it is now a joy to work in and even though the room siz... more

King B.

Review of CB JENI Homes by

· North Richland Hills

CB JENI homes in NRH are the perfect fit for our family. The staff is very pleasant and helpful throughout the process and readily available for any needs. My new home is well above my expectations from the trim work to the design options.

Charles A.

Review of Amazing Exteriors - Dallas by

· Fort Worth

The salesperson was great. He took the time to find out what we wanted and made suggestions based on that, unlike the other companies we contacted.The installation crew took time to understand what we were trying to do and made further suggestions on how to implement what we wanted.There were a few... more

Rick P.

Review of Window World of Dallas/Ft. Worth by

· Colleyville

This is the second time I have used Window World. By far the best value out there.

Messy Mortar

Lori Boyter of RockAway Co. PRO answered:

Dec 23, 2014
The wash the brick mason is talking about is an acid wash. That should take care of the white stains. As far as the vertical brick looking a different color, the acid wash should take care of that too ... read more
What is the best way to kill and remove about 1/3 acre of poison ivy? Some of it is on the ground but it is also climbing trees.
May 19, 2014
The best way to remove the poison ivy would be to get a goat or two. A pair of goats would have the poison ivy in about a day without leaving any chemicals left behind. Keep in mind though that goats ... read more

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