Burdett Hill Country Custom Homes

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John C.

Review of Southwest Exteriors by

· Castroville

The Southwest salesman was more open and straightforward about the costs and didn't play the games some competitors did. I knew exactly what I was going to get and exactly what it was going to cost. The work crews were a pleasure to work with and did an excellent job. They ensured my satisfaction... more

David M.

Review of Emerald Sunrooms & Design by

· Austin

Craig is very good with communication both in person and via Email and TXT, all are greatly appreciated. He was very open to our ideas and we appreciated the open conversation about options and impact of each.

Joanna P.

Review of Allied Siding & Windows - Houston by

· Seguin

My installer, Alex, left a few things undone - specifically there were out side lights not put back up or connected properly and some were broken, and the electrical fuse box the garage was not rehung. Also, I paid extra to have a shed painted and they did not use primer and paint began to immediat... more

Laurant B.

Review of Titan Siding Windows and Exteriors, LLC by

· Austin

Our house was built in 1982. It was definitely time for a facelift. I wanted to update the siding but also the windows. My preference was working with one contractor so I only would deal with one person (and also hoping for cost savings). I spoke with Mike (the owner). He was really responsive, poli... more

I have a waterless water tank supplied with gas. I want a water softener. Who would I call to purchase and install. Thanks
Sep 13, 2017
We use Culligan for our house and they install.  Hiring a plumber is not necessary.
What's the first thing to start with when doing a bathroom redesign/remodel?
Feb 18, 2014
The first thing is to decide is this going to be just a swap out of fixtures in place of existing fixtures, a full custom redesign of your bath or a combination of those two. Then you should create a ... read more

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