Custom Tile Works, Inc

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Doug G.

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· Auburn

Champion was a very good company to deal with. The workmanship was wonderful, the windows turned out perfectly, and the sound proofing is great. The workers were wonderful to deal with as well.

Peggy D.

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· Bonney Lake

We had Masterdecks come out and redo our deck with composite decking and install an aluminum railing with cable infill. At the beginning the project had some minor hiccups, the person who came to do all the demo of the old deck didn't know it is an upper deck, so he had to leave and get ladders whic... more

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· Des Moines

We had Washington Energy Services come by for an annual check of our furnace and tankless water heater. No problems found with either; the technicians were in and out in no time.


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Precision Countertops is very process oriented. They meet their schedule commitments (4 out of 5 times). They communicate clearly and concisely - part of their standardized process. They could improve their processes to handle non-standard issues when they arise.

Real grass or artificial grass? Which is better in the long run?
Dec 11, 2014
As a builder I could tell you there is no right answer. I built my home on the water and I have switched from eal grass to artificial . My reasoning was to conserve water and time. Now I can also foca ... read more
Last edited Dec 11, 2014 10:04am
Are galvanized nails supposed to be used when nailing studs in a pressure treated sill plate on a slab? or is 3 inch smooth framing nails code?
Jun 8, 2014
The correct nail to be used is a Hot dipped galvanized nail. Nail diameter and size are different on all applications . A regular galvanized nail is only electo galvanized meaning as soon as the drive ... read more

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