Envision-The Remodeling Co

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Review of Jenkins Restorations - VA Beach by

· Chesapeake

We would not recommend this company for a lot of reasons. First, the work was sloppy. There were paint splatters on multiple pieces of furniture, on the tile in the bathrooms and kitchen, in the bathroom sink, and drips on the kitchen floor. Second, they didn't clean up after themselves at the en... more

William M.

Review of Starling Guttering, Inc. by

· Hampton

the young man that was in charge answered all of my questions before starting to work

Joel B.

Review of The Brothers that just do Gutters (Virginia Beach) by

· Virginia Beach

I'm satisfied with the quality of the work - great job. The communication and organization of the business side could definitely use some improvement though

Patricia E.

Review of ECCO Sunroom & Awning by

· Chesapeake

It just wasn't a good time. If you decide to go with this service, make sure everything is in writing. They took measurements, but when they came back out, the measurements were not where they were where they were supposed to me. The owner's son is just not qualified to deal with customers even when... more

whats the differnce in LP SmartSiding and the Hardi Plank board siding?

Jeff Ainslie of Ainslie Group PRO answered:

Apr 19, 2018
Hardi™ is a fibre-cement product and the LP product is a chip-board/resin composite. The Hardi™ comes both finished and unfinished, the LP is unfinished and must be painted with a high quality exterio ... read more
What is the procedure to convert a 7500KW portable gas generator to propane? Would it be cost effective?

Jeff Ainslie of Ainslie Group PRO answered:

Apr 6, 2018
For most gensets, simply changing the orifice and a few adjustments will allow the conversion. Here are links with instructios and video: http://www.thegoodsurvivalist.com/how-to-convert-your-generat ... read more

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