Paul L. Johnson Interiors

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Review of Saussy Burbank by

· Fort Mill

Overall, I think Saussy Burbank is an average to below average builder in terms of customer service, administration and leadership. Luckily, they have a phenomenal general contractor named Rob Rodriguez who can build trust, deliver what he promises, and truly treats the home as if it were his own.... more

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Review of Southern Home Services, LLC by

· Charlotte

Southern Home Services replaced my siding. They were very courteous, on time and stayed within the estimate for the project. A very professional company with good service and quality.

Jerry P.

Review of Champion Windows of Columbia by

· Irmo

It was a marvelous addition to our home. We really enjoy sitting outside and not listening to lawnmowers and not being exposed to heat and humidity. It provided a whole new outlook to us enjoying our time together in our back yard.


Review of Jenkins Restorations - Columbia, SC by

· Lexington

As this was the first time we had to address a restoration project of this size, we weren't sure what to expect. Working with Chris Thornhill from Jenkins Restoration was extremely helpful. Vinny Flooring Inc. and Williams Remodeling were extremely professional contractors with very personable rep... more

Does anyone have experience with Thermory for decking or other applications?
Oct 3, 2016
Yes, we almost use Thermory exclusively now. The product is amazing and I really cant think of any negatives as opposed to Ipe that shrinks and is super heavy. We just used Thermory on our own home. - ... read more
Best way to caulk the seam between our backsplash and kitchen counter?
Feb 16, 2016
We like to use a sanded caulk that matches the grout for that seam between the countertop and backsplash. The flexibility of the caulk allows it to expand and contract without cracking out like normal ... read more

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