Assured Flooring

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Debbie P.

Review of MaxHome by

· Covington

Everyone connected with New Bath was professional, competent, and personable. The product is outstanding and makes bathing one of the most pleasurable experiences of the day, I would highly recommend New Bath to anyone who has a problem bathing due to any type of disability. My family members who... more

Mike B.

Review of Window World of New Orleans by

· Franklinton

Used tons of chaulking. one window was 1 inch to short so they filled hole with chaulk. We didnot wash windows for two weeks to allow for drying. Our decision to do this, they gave us no instructions on cleaning and did not clean windows at all. When we sprayed water from outside to clean windows... more

Noriko L.

Review of American Standard Walk-In Tubs by

· Metairie

I am angry about the poor installation, poor work ethics of the installation crew and poor communication between the crew and company staff. My rating should be zero star or even minus 5 stars if there is a choice. Every time I take a bath, the whole tub sinks down over 1/8 inch or 5 mm and the se... more

Tim D.

Review of Window World of Baton Rouge by

· Denham Springs

They have a great product and do great service.

Should I install solar panels on my new home?

Jeff Shaw of Gulf South Solar PRO answered:

Feb 18, 2014
Get with a local solar company and have them look at your plans.  You may be building a home that cannot work with solar due to your roof pitch, orientation or shade.  Let them give you a site assessm ... read more
What kind of credits can I get for a solar installation?

Jeff Shaw of Gulf South Solar PRO answered:

Feb 18, 2014
Your federal tax credit is 30% through 2016.  For your state tax credit see http://dsireusa.org/ In Louisiana you can get 30% plus 50% on a system that costs $25,000, so you would get $20,000 here!

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