William Lyon Homes

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My experience with Systems Pavers installation crew was great. They are fun to talk with and work with. The staff from System Pavers was also fun to work with. The have a lot of options of different types of stones. System Pavers can be relied on and is a good company. The quality of workmanship is... more

Judith T.

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· Carlsbad

Classic Home Improvements was a great company to work with and we are happy with their product. Their quality of service is excellent and I would use their services again.

Clyde T.

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· Costa Mesa

Great people Great job 100% satisfied with the whole process from ordering to installing.

Rob B.

Review of Moon Valley Nurseries by

· Rossmore

MVN was very professional from the first staff interaction to the last. On delivery day, they called me earlier in the day to confirm an afternoon delivery window. When they were on their way to my house they called and gave me an estimated time of arrival which I really liked. The install crew was... more

Do you have any information you can send me delineating home improvements that will add appraisal value to my home, and possibly quantify those values?

Camilo Uribe answered:

Mar 22, 2018
You might want to look into AB2299 for the state of California. Add additional living area and raise the value 160k-400K to all R1 Properties. We build these for a living and are seeing a 2% return ra ... read more
What kind of credits can I get for a solar installation?

Robert Shaw of Solare Energy PRO answered:

Apr 28, 2014
Currrently, you can receive a federal tax credit for 30% of system and installation costs. In California, the state rebate incentive has been exhausted and is no longer available. Typically, the price ... read more

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