Full Frame Construction, Inc

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Cathy E.

Review of Case Design/Remodeling of San Jose by

· San Jose

The work was completed exactly the day they said it would be completed. It took them 3 weeks, just like they promised. Everything was completed efficiently and they did top quality work.

Jeff T.

Review of Byers Enterprises by

· Sacramento

Great experience from start to completion of installation. Thorough explanation by sales agent. Professional and courteous staff. Followed through as scheduled on the installation date and completed in one day as promised. Left work area clean & neat of debris. Jeff H.

L.A.F.

Review of Hall's Window Center by

· Carmichael

If you go with Halls, you will be totally satisfied. The money you spend will be well worth it. The quality of the work will last for years.

Doris S.

Review of System Pavers by

· Concord

Everyone loves them and I am very happy. I look out and I love the look of the pavers. I feel very safe with them. I had cracking in the cement from earthquakes and had 2 accidents. The pavers are a very safe system because they do not lift up and are always flat.

What is the best way to clean smudges and marks off of walls painted with flat paint?

Danielle Stone of Lunt Marymor PRO answered:

Oct 20, 2017
As others have said, Mr. Clean Magic Erasers work quite well without compromising the integrity of the wall finish.
can i replace the formica on my kitchen counters without pulling out and replacing the whole counter. In other words, can you cement new formica over what is t
Dec 14, 2015
Boy I would not go that.  Hold off on the project until you have the money to do it right.  Then, pull off the formica, repair the water damage and install new countertop Phililp HDR Remodeling

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