Southland Homes Incl.

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· RUTHER GLEN

I was happy with the workmanship by Champion Windows. I made a suggestion about the size of the window and they took that and did what I recommended. The work was done well and I'm satisfied with the job.

Shaina G.

Review of All Renovations by

· Alexandria

Omar was prompt with responding to our request for a kitchen remodel estimate. We were knocking down a wall in a galley style kitchen to open it up to the dining room and gain more counter space. His estimate was for his company's construction work and did not include the cabinetry, granite, and fin... more

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Review of Thompson Creek Windows by

· Sterling

I think that the Thompson Creek product is really good and the installation crew is amazing. The Thompson Creek crew does great work in reasonable and short amount of time.

Gregory P.

Review of Universal Builders of America, Inc. by

· Glen Allen

Overall I was very pleased with our experience. Jesse was fantastic from start to finish, taking time to answer all of our questions before, during, and after completion and following up whenever was necessary. The guys on the crew were friendly, knowledgeable, and efficient, finishing our roof qu... more

What causes large gaps between window frames and the brick of my home? It looks like someone tried to caulk it previously, but it just pulled away again.
Sep 8, 2014
Expansion and contraction, as mentioned previously, is a big driver of sealant failure. The other part that was not discussed in moisture content.  Brick is largely moisture open and capillary draw of ... read more
What is the best way to kill and remove about 1/3 acre of poison ivy? Some of it is on the ground but it is also climbing trees.
Aug 15, 2014
Awesome answer.  Goat are machines and they do have rental goats.  You will need to keep them penned up where you need them though or they will clear you out. 

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