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Scott M.

Review of Precision Countertops, Inc. by

· Laguna Beach

We purchased the Dekton Domoos countertop through Home Depot. Precision does their installation. Sharon at the Laguna Hills Home Depot was great. She helped with communication when we needed the install crew to return for a small adjustment. The template man was very good. He listened to our co... more

Jeffery T.

Review of Marrokal Design & Remodeling by

· Encinitas

It was a daunting task to remodel all our bathrooms at the same time. The projection was for us to use the local YMCA for a good amount of time. The whole project went a lot quicker than we thought. The Project Manager from day one was always on top of the schedule and always addressed our needs. Th... more

Linda S.

Review of System Pavers by

· Woodland Hills

The project manager David Leon was very good and he was very helpful.He was here every day and involved every step of the way.

Gilberto A.

Review of 3 Blind Mice by

· Spring Valley

I am very satisfied with the work. It was very professional and clean. It took very little amount of time. The installer was very attentive and thorough. I am very happy with the results.

We have Thermofoil kitchen cabinets that were white but have yellowed over the last 15 years. Can you paint Thermofoil?
I don't recommend painting Thremafoil.  You should just consider change out the doors and drawer fronts.
My AC unit is on its last leg. Any suggestions for a good, energy-efficient AC unit that will take care of a 3200 sq ft house? Pricing with installation?
I am assuming your home is ducted and has a forced air system.  If you you only have 1 furnace and 1 condenser, it my be more energy effecient to expend to two units.  I recommend Lennox.  You can als ... read more
Last edited Jun 10, 2014 12:21pm

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