Paul Varney Construction

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Thomas M.

Review of American Home Design by

· Manchester

We got a 20 by 20 deck, ad we loved it. It was open and everything. We were worried about losing the atmosphere that it created. The atmosphere has changed, but it improved it. We love it. And every one who sees it loves it. It's not an open air deck, but if we open the windows we get a breeze just... more

John B.

Review of Regent Homes LLC by

· Columbia

The best home building / buying experience I have ever had. The staff kept me well informed throughout the building process and I couldn't be happier with the results. The attention to detail and the high quality of workmanship is evident in the finished product.

Sam S.

Review of Champion Windows of Huntsville by

· Madison

Champion Windows exceeded all my expectations in value and workmanship. I would recommend them to anyone looking for a company in the home improvement industry.

Satch

Review of National Homecraft by

· MILTON

I have no complaints. The job was completed within the agreed time frame. The color just wasn't as dark as it looked in the color swatch.

We don't want any grass in the backyard of our new townhome. Need recommendation for brick masons skilled in laying patio pavers to replace sod.

Jack Wilkins answered:

Oct 10, 2016
You're not looking for a brick mason.....your looking for a landscaper expirenced in hardscapes.....brick masons typicall only deal with installing brick facades.....pavers require grading,fill materi ... read more
Is it true that you can have a quality custom closet installed without breaking the bank?

Rob Owens of VTS Homes, Inc. PRO answered:

Jun 1, 2014
The materials are just 30% of the cost.  They are labor intensive and if you are fairly handy you can save a bundle of money doing it yourself.  However, this is not a task for the average DYI.  If yo ... read more

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