Kitchen Connections, LLC

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Mr V.

Review of North Georgia Replacement Windows by

· Atlanta

We first met NGRW four years ago when we were researching replacement windows for our fifty year old residence. Our first impression could not have been better: we stepped into the showroom and were greeted by a warm receptionist. Ted Kirk walked us through the different window models explaining the... more

S.R.B.

Review of Hullco by

· Rossville

The job done and the timely manner in which it was done was amazing. Incredible workmanship!

Deborah W.

Review of Romanoff Renovations by

· Riverdale

This job should have been complete in 7 days according to the timeline given. Here it is Sep 29th more than a month later and still some issues. I don't know if you would call the plumber for this job an installer but I call this plumber "the plumber from hell". If anything could go wrong it did!... more

Douglas M.

Review of NorthRidge Roofing by

· Taylorsville

It was professionally done.

Small walk in pantry vs. floor to ceiling cupboards (pull out drawers). Which would you choose and why? Does either option have cost savings?
Aug 6, 2017
If you have the extra space, and depending on its use, a walk-in pantry is a luxurious upgrade. In most cases, where floor space is at a premium, pantry cabinets are the best bet. Looking a a bank of ... read more
I have two outside outlets (one on the back and one in the front). I noticed that the one in the front is flashing red. Why is that?
Aug 30, 2016
That sounds like it is a GFCI outlet, which simply put means your outlet has it's own breaker. Most codes now require outside electrical outlets to be GFCI for safety reasons. If it is flashing red it ... read more

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