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· Laguna Beach

Precision Countertops was easy to work with - great communication and the work was done right on schedule. I felt that they made sure that the job was exactly what I was hoping for. I had received another quote for the work and it was over $1,000 more for the same material and installation. I'm v... more

Loriane M.

Review of Reborn Cabinets, Inc. by

· Orange

It was very good. Everything went very smoothly, and we love the product.

Vernon W.

Review of System Pavers by

· Moreno Valley

Yes. By all means publish our answers to your questions. We are extremely happy with Jon Barlok's performance and would recommend him to all who are considering home exterior work. In fact, this is only phase one of upcoming projects on our list. We look forward to Jon visiting us soon.

Vidal H.

Review of Moon Valley Nurseries by

· Lake Forest

Lacey goes above and beyond in making the customers happy. We exchanged texts frequently whenever I had any questions regarding the gardenia we purchased, and she was very responsive and helpful. One of our gardenia died and she was able to arrange a replacement right away, not once but twice! I'm v... more

My AC unit is on its last leg. Any suggestions for a good, energy-efficient AC unit that will take care of a 3200 sq ft house? Pricing with installation?
I am assuming your home is ducted and has a forced air system.  If you you only have 1 furnace and 1 condenser, it my be more energy effecient to expend to two units.  I recommend Lennox.  You can als ... read more
Last edited Jun 10, 2014 12:21pm
What are the top 3 energy efficiency upgrades I can do to my 2-story home?

Robert Shaw of Solare Energy PRO answered:

Apr 28, 2014
Many great answers here regarding insulation and air sealing.  If you have a pool, also look into upgrading your pump to a variable speed pump.  They run at lower RPM for filtering than they do for va ... read more

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