Ron Palmer Construction

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· Smithfield

My husband and I have built homes before with other builders, and we thought the other builders were good and organized and did a good job, but when we built with Mt. Sterling, they killed the competition. They had everything done better. Everything was so organized, and they just knew what they wer... more

H.K.S.

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· Ennis

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· Idaho Falls

They were fast, friendly, and professional. It's a great feeling to know that we have a safe and efficient roof over our heads.

JONES P.

Review of Precision Countertops, Inc. by

· AMMON

I am waiting to hear back about my concerns. The seam is very visible and the back corner was broken. Instead of informing me about the beak, they tried to sand down the broken part and hide it. I have seen seams done in quartz, they are practically invisible. Our seam is pretty visible without eve... more

What is the best flooring for a cold, damp basement? There is existing carpet over a concrete slab.
Oct 10, 2014
"Best" is a relative term.  There are certainly options that provide different levels of comfort at different price points.  Recently, we've used a product called Thermal Dry from a company called Bas ... read more
What laws regulate builders putting workers at risk, and buyers at risk by not following code, industry guidelines, and manufactures instructions.
Aug 15, 2014
I'm no attorney-but this is how I understand things as a layman. Risk is a broad term and I don't know if you are talking to the safety and health or the finanical well being of employees and buyers. ... read more
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