Conceptual Kitchens and Millwork

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The sales rep was knowledgable and honest. The work was completed in a timely matter. The quality of workmanship was very good. I would use Elbert construction again.

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The office staff has been incredible helpful. I had a broken pane of glass that is being taken care of immediately.

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Brady is an impressive spokesperson for Champion and more than any other company's salesperson he wanted the sale, asked for the sale and responded to our requirements to close the sale. The company has kept to all of their stated commitments and has been on-time, informative and very professional.... more


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Bone Dry re-roofed our home about 10 years ago. Very recently crews did exterior wood repairs on our house and a minor repair to the roof, and currently a team is doing chimney repairs. We are very impressed with the courtesy, depth of knowledge and craftsmanship of all the Bone Dry crews that have... more

Looking for tips for a ceiling fan installation
Dec 30, 2015
In all honesty, hire a professional electrician. They will know how to install the right equipment to be sure your fan remains where it belongs and is safely wired. Good luck!
How difficult to replace a rotted 6x6 PT support post for 2nd floor deck? Other materials that are less likely to rot?
Jul 24, 2015
The difficulty depends on many things. I would say PT post is the way to go, but install it over a post standoff past so water doesnt get trapped between the bottom of the post and whatever it is sitt ... read more

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