Fast Eddie's Home Services

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Paul R.

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· Marietta

This was a storm emergency, tree-down on the roof, situation. I immediately called 404-CUT-TREE because of the outstanding service they had given me a year earlier in removing several pine trees from my yard. (The storm-fall was a healthy hardwood.) Unbeknownst to the 4-C-T crew, I watched much of... more

P.A.J.

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· Smyrna

I want to thank the staff at Atlanta Design and Build for their professionalism and work. I feel that my deck is now safe and beautiful again.

Jeannie C.

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· Lawrenceville

There was a HUGE lack of communication as to the status and progress of my project. Schedules were constantly changing and not communicated to me. I was inconvenienced on several occasions, having to leave work to explain what wasn't done that was supposed to have been done or to meet the crew and... more

Jerry B.

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· Anytown

Atteberry Builders did an amazing job on my house!

I just had a new home built and they did not put on gutters and they did not tell me in advance. Is this unusual because many people have been shocked by it!

Paula Hickey of Beazer Homes PRO answered:

Jul 1, 2017
Good evening, Denise. I work for Beazer Homes, a national home builder, and would be happy to answer your question.  While I don't know your specific situation I can address what we do.  Depending upo ... read more
For a six-foot retaining wall, do you recommend concrete or blocks? If blocks, what kind of products do you recommend?
Feb 3, 2015
In Georgia a wall retaining over 48" grade requires an engineers stamp. You might consider terracing and have two or more lower retaining walls. Be aware of hydrostatic pressure and provide adequate w ... read more

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