Disaster Kleenup / Better Floors & Restorations

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I tried to get a quote on some sprinkler work associated with the job as well as some other sprinkler work and was told they would get back to me. They did not. I called twice.once to the irrigation Mgr and then to the office and another Mgr said she would find out and never did.I have called the I... more

I'm thinking about remodeling my kitchen, but have been cautioned to build in a substantial "cushion" for change orders. What is a change order exactly?
When interviewing contractors, check online reviews and call references to make sure the company has a track record for being on budget.  After vetting the contractor, with detailed plans and specific ... read more
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
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