Excalibur Construction

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Review of Logan Homes by

· Leland

From our salesman K.C. Billing, Robert and Paula at the design center to our builder David Logan, the whole experience of building our home at Compass Pointe has been amazing! The results was a beautiful, quality built home.


Review of Phillip W. Smith General Contractor by

· Sullivan's Island

We have done a fair amount of construction. This is the very first time we marveled at the quality of the work and the attention to detail we received. We were thrilled with the "touches" PWS brought to the work. Just first class at fair value with absolutely no "nickel and diming." They "own" the w... more

Stanley R.

Review of Kent Homes by

· Southport

We have built 3 other custom homes and this has been the best experience of all. Our meetings with Carol and selections with Kate were wonderful. That was followed with a great experience with David our project manager. We couldn't be happier. And to top it all off, our house was finished earlier th... more

Craig R.

Review of Jenkins Restorations - Raleigh by

· Fayetteville

As an absentee landlord, I couldn't have asked for a more professional crew to handle the immediate damage of the fire and subsequent water damage.

best way/product to clean hardwood floors
Sep 19, 2014
We follow the advice of one of our trusted wood flooring subcontractors in Charleston, South Carolina - using a white vinegar solution is the best way to clean beautiful hardwood floors! Follow these ... read more
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 10, 2014
As Brittany stated earlier, we only use hot-dipped galvanized in this application. It is not a code issue but it does make a huge impact on quality and what will be seen for years to come.

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