AJH Renovations

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· Johnson City

I ordered a bowl window and it exceeded my expectations. The installation and the finished look exceeded my expectations. I have had work done with Champion before and I have always been extremely satisfied with their service.

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I think they do excellent work. I feel they are very trustworthy. They say what they will do and they do it. They kept their appointment time as well!

Roger W.

Review of Vision Design Build Remodel by

· Lenoir

Having previously worked with Vision Design I knew going into my bathroom remodeling project that I was going to be dealing with professionals who valued my time, budget and ideas. Vision Design worked one-on-one with me to ensure that I was aware of the industry's new ideas, designs and options. Vi... more

Susan B.

Review of Wade Jurney Homes by

· Athens

While the quality of my home is great, I did have some initial electrical problems that took a couple of weeks to get someone in to fix. I have enjoyed my home and the neighborhood. However, because of the experience that I had with a salesperson who did not do his job, a builder who is likely overw... more

I have trim boards to install that will cap over exposed block foundation. What ways should I attach these? They will be primed and painted when installed.

Todd Usher of Addison Homes PRO answered:

Jul 28, 2016
I would suggest construction adhesive which will attach the trim boards while also providing a capillary break between the block and the trim board so that moisture does not wick into the trim boards. ... read more
Best way to caulk the seam between our backsplash and kitchen counter?
Feb 16, 2016
We like to use a sanded caulk that matches the grout for that seam between the countertop and backsplash. The flexibility of the caulk allows it to expand and contract without cracking out like normal ... read more

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