Green Power Energy

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Ronald M.

Review of Garman Builders by

· Ephrata

I have visited a lot of Garman homes. When I built my first home 20 years ago, I had wanted to use Garman but they were too busy. I've known Mr. Garman himself for several years from open houses. The Garman homes are very well built. They really care about their customers, and they build a very high... more

Joe L.

Review of Power Home Remodeling by

· Saint Albans

They did a great job and everything was good. I liked their products and I would give them two thumbs up because I liked them a lot.

James C.

Review of A.J. Perri (Service) by

· Manasquan

Although A.J Perri was very professional and communicative ,the recommended repair charges were unreasonable and astronomical. I would not recommend their services to anyone.I will often speak about this borderline comedy amongst family and friends.

Pat B.

Review of Advantage Contracting by

· Wayne

The team at Advantage Contracting was fantastic. They worked around our schedule and kept the house spotless while gutting and redoing 2 full bath upstairs. They work during the snowy and wet January/February months and you would never know they were there. They even did some added on the fly wor... more

What are some important questions one should ask a contractor when doing a remodel for the first time and what are some important signs to look out for?
Any honest contractor will provide you with copies of their State Licenses and Insurance so you can verify them. If they don't ask - if they hesitate - RUN! 
What's the best hardwood flooring product for pet owners?
Aug 22, 2014
Your best bet will be white or red oak. In any kind of wood, I would recomend you to do the finish coat with BONA HIGH TRAFFIC, is the hardest finish yo can put on your floors and is water base.

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