Oakdale Roofing

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Kathy M.

Review of Byers Enterprises by

· Sacramento

Randie kept me informed that his prior job was running over and when he would be at my house for the estimate which I appreciated. I lucked out and my job could be scheduled sooner if I was open to 24hr notice. The installers were awesome and made sure they got all nails possible picked up so that... more


Review of System Pavers by

· Sacramento

We can't get over how nice the courtyard looks now and how much the pavers give it a nice, finished feel. It looks like we have much more room even though the square footage didn't change.

Meinco P.

Review of Highland Commercial Roofing by

· Roseville

I was most satisfied with the prep crew because they came out and prepped and made the first coating on it. I was really impressed with their professional nature and the knowledge that the foreman had in running the crew.

Jerry M.

Review of Reliable Home Improvement Inc by

· Fair Oaks

They are an excellent company. They aren't the cheapest around, but they definitely do an excellent job.

We have a floating home with a separate shed on an adjacent float. What is required to run wire from the main house (separate circuit) to the shed?
Nov 9, 2016
Hi The best way to answer this question is to direct you to a licensen Electrician that has worked with these type of jobs.  I am sorry I wish I could be more helpful.  Good Luck
Can vinyl shutters be painted? We have some shutters that were black but have since become very faded.
Jun 9, 2014
Yes, you can paint vinyl shutters. First make sure they are throughly clean and dry. Then is they are glossy give them a light skuff up with a scotch bright pad or fine sandpaper. Finally I would reco ... read more

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