LMR Builders, LLC

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Julie W.

Review of Home Exterior Systems, LLC by

· Alvin

Home exterior was a delight to deal with from beginning to end. They were respectful, professional, and answered every question. They filled in every blank. The crew was always polite and courteous. They cleaned up every evening. If I had any questions they were right on top of everything. They were... more

DAVID H.

Review of Quality Home Products of Texas - Multi Products by

· CYPRESS

I love my new water treatment system! Everyone involved was very professional and did an outstanding job.Now I won't have hard water spots on everything. And the water tastes so much better. Should have purchased this a very long time ago. Then I wouldn't have had to replace my ice maker and hot wat... more

Connie C.

Review of MaxHome by

· Baytown

The installer we had explained everything. We ran into some problems from the people before that worked on it. The installer did a really good job!

R.M.V.

Review of Gulf Coast Windows by

· League City

The windows in the house were all replaced over several years. We've had a couple of repair requests and they were completed with no hassles. The windows in place at the time survived hurricane Ike. The older windows all work great and still look like new. We had 12 windows replaced between 2005 &... more

Do you have to use a specific light bulb when using a dimmer switch.
You can use a dimmable CFL in case you want to go with energy savings. 
We live in Columbus Ohio. Do I need a concrete base for a hot tub? The tub will be7'x7'. How important is it to have 220v. ?

Josh Buzzell of Regal Pools PRO answered:

Mar 30, 2015
Yes you really should. With freezing temps, frost, and the funny movement of the earth and setteling its best to just do it right the first time. Pour a 4" slab with some 18" OC Rebar (18" on center). ... read more

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