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Judy G.

Review of Kowalski Construction by

· Phoenix

Everyone I have been in contact with has been professional and courteous. They complete work in a timely manner. Each project we have used them for has been a great value for the money. When they leave the job site you would never know they had been there. Everything is left clean and free of a... more

Kevin W.

Review of Moon Valley Nurseries by

· GILBERT

The guys that helped me at Moon Valley in Chandler went "above and beyond" what was required when handling our landscaping needs. Our project was fairly large and done in phases, so I was truly impressed with Sam and the guys! Though they're often kept very busy with walk-ins, I was always acknowled... more

Sheryl T.

Review of MTS Painting by

· Apache Junction

This is the second time we have used MTS Painting for interior painting. Excellent company, would not hesitate to have them come out again. They did in 3 hours, what would have taken us days to do ourselves!!

Rex M.

Review of Lifetime Windows & Doors by

· Phoenix

The windows look nice on our home. We notice a great deal less outside noise and dust inside. The windows were so pretty inside, I didn't want to cover them up. We are happy Adam convinced us to get 2 picture windows instead of replacing them with what we had. The downside...the installers left a me... more

Do you have to use a specific light bulb when using a dimmer switch.
Aug 10, 2016
LED's are becoming a lot more affordable & we are seeing a higher percentage of customers using them. Might consider these if you haven't already.
Can a raised entry foyer be lowered?
Jul 15, 2016
When sunken living rooms were the rage, many of them were below grade. Later on some decided that being on all one level was more desirable so it became popular to fill them with concrete to the level ... read more

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