AT6 Architecture : Design Build

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Marcia B.

Review of System Pavers by

· Milpitas

Jorge and his crew were exceptional! They are skilled craftsmen, hard workers, pleasant and cheerful. All of the drainage works as planned, the trim work is incredible, and the overall look vastly improves the look of our home, as well as the value.

Wilean R.

Review of Byers Enterprises by

· Davis,

Based on the quality of work they did, I will have them come back to do the backyard.

Phillip F.

Review of My House Renovation by

· Sacramento

Great salesperson, no pressure and addressed my concerns. His visit came one week after a leak occurred in my garage. The obvious location was the juncture of 3 roof lines. Looking at the same location now...after the re-roof, I am confident that there is no longer an issue. I am happy with the... more

David C.

Review of Barrios Wagner Builders by

· Mountain View

BWB was a great company to work with for our remodel and we are extremely happy with the work. They were attentive and responsive to all of our needs. They went above and beyond to ensure we were happy with the work. They pay attention to detail and have a high quality of work. I would recommend t... more

what is the process to cancel contract with in the three day period? The paperwork is missing (unreadable) that information due to printing issues.
May 2, 2016
I would agree...let you contractor know immeately by a phone all that you are excersising your 3 day option.  Then follow the cancellation by the letter of the law.  I would recommend that you keep it ... read more
Best way to detect a leak in a residential irrigation sprinkler system?
Aug 21, 2014
John I would do what Paul said but I would take an additonal step of capping the sprinkler heads where they are easy to get to with a half dozen of 1/2" PVC caps.  Then you are increasing the pressure ... read more

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