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Jerry K.

Review of Case Design/Remodeling of San Jose by

· San Jose

Mary and I truly enjoyed our "3 Bathroom Case Design/Remodeling Experience!" Starting with the Case Design Team's planning, experience and professionalism, the design process went smoothly and was stress free. Then, we got to enjoy and watch as the Case Remodeling Team turned the excellent design... more


Review of Highland Commercial Roofing by

· Pleaseant Hill

This is the second time we use Highland Commercial Roofing. They installed a new TPO roof for us a couple of years ago on one of our buildings. We needed a new roof installed on a second building. They were very courteous and professional. Will highly recommend them!

Wanda H.

Review of Byers Enterprises by

· Antioch

From initial estimate meeting to completion of the installation things went very well. There were no issues to be addressed. The guys showed up, we did a quick walk around and they immediately got to work. We walked around again at the completion of the install and when they drove away you would... more

Debbie H.

Review of System Pavers by

· Galt

We're extremely pleased with the quality of work. It's not quite completed but we'll be more than happy with it once it's done. We're more than satisfied.

What trade put mortar between bricks on houses. What the price to install a metal roof.
Oct 13, 2016
I would recommend a licenced mason   Please don't have a handyperson do it.  It will look terrible and may not withstand an siemic even properly. i would call some of the licenced home builder in you ... read more
can i replace the formica on my kitchen counters without pulling out and replacing the whole counter. In other words, can you cement new formica over what is t
Sep 3, 2015
No.  I don't think that is a good idera.  You are not going to be happy with result.  Hold off spending money doing what you are recommending until you have money to do it the right way. Philip Anders ... read more

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