Energy One America

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Review of Structures Building Company by

· Mount Pleasant

Our experience with Structures has been exceptional since the first conversation with Steve Kendrick. He explained the various building processes that are used. He and his team were invoved at every step starting with the architect meetings and have been there anytime we had a question or needed hel... more

Meredith M.

Review of Michael's Roofing by

· Guyton

The job was done in one day and the clean up was exceptional- I did not find one nail in.my yard! They were recommended to me and I recommend them to you.

Larry B.

Review of JacksonBuilt Custom Homes by

· Daniel Island

We found Richard Jackson and his staff very helpful and professional. The overall construction quality was superb; we have been very impressed with the attention to details and the ease of working with the JacksonBuilt people. This is the third house we have built, and by far the most pleasant exp... more

Richard M.

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· Myrtle Beach

I feel the whole company, from management down to the installers, were very professional. They met my concerns very well. I would recommend Contract Exteriors to anyone!

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Aug 20, 2015
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Feb 2, 2015
You need to make sure that the material allows water to pass thru the block or stone.  Both choices can allow water thru if planned ahead.  Blocks can have weep holes that allow water to pass and many ... read more

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