A.W.E. Siding Inc.

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We've been looking for homes for over two years, and this was not only in our price range but it is a beautiful home. We love the craftsmanship, and the workers were great to work with. We love our new home, and we have been recommending them to our friends and family.

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· North Logan

Our experience was better than we ever expected! After having 3 previous homes built, we figured we were in for a long process, and ready for a challenge. We found our perfect floor plan after checking with a few other builders, and Visionary had exactly what we wanted. We even modified it a bit,... more

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· Salt Lake City

I was very happy with the service, quality, and product I received. My kitchen looks great thanks to Bedrock's craftsmanship and high quality granite.

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Review of Champion Windows of Salt Lake City by

· West Valley City

The workmanship was was very good I like how the windows look so clean.

just a ball park figure ,thinking of buying a new home and i was wondering how much extra it would cost to have it wired for surround sound and a security syste

Chelsea Clark of Liberty Homes PRO answered:

Feb 19, 2016
It really would depend on the size of the system, but to rough in surround sound shouldn't be more than around $1500. In regards to security systems, most of them are wireless these days and don't hav ... read more
Best way to caulk the seam between our backsplash and kitchen counter?
Jan 27, 2016
First, clean out the existing caulk the best you can with a utility knife, flat razor or a putty knife.  To get it extra clean and depending on what type of caulk was there before, you can use baking ... read more

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