M & A Siding and Exteriors

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The installation was very professionally performed. The product itself and the final look of the entire project exceeded our expectations. They are extremely professional in their approach to creating a very beautiful outdoor environment.

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Reborn came in and gave me a fair price for what I wanted, did it quickly and professionally. I am so pleased with the workmanship and the overall pleasentness of the entire Reborn team.


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· Simi Valley

While the guys did an awesome job, PH overcharges for the work. Their price was about 150% of the high end of market rates.Furthermore, the guy that comes out to "check" the ongoing work, isn't their to check out the progress. He (Danny, in our case) is there to sell you whatever he can in additio... more

Luis G.

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· Oceanside

Outstanding and very professional. Employees performed in an outstanding manner.

Do you have any information you can send me delineating home improvements that will add appraisal value to my home, and possibly quantify those values?

Camilo Uribe answered:

Mar 22, 2018
You might want to look into AB2299 for the state of California. Add additional living area and raise the value 160k-400K to all R1 Properties. We build these for a living and are seeing a 2% return ra ... read more
With solar panels installed, is it true that you can eliminate the need for power from your local power company?

Robert Shaw of Solare Energy PRO answered:

Jan 20, 2015
John, There are options available to go solar and be completely independent of you local utility provider. However, this type of set-up (solar+storage) is much more costly than the traditional "grid-t ... read more

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