Affordable Roofing & Solar / AFFORDABLE SOLAR ROOFS

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beginning with the sales person, who had all the right answers and ideas, it was a very positive experience. The installation due to the location of the house was a very challenging one. The installers led by a real craftsman, came up with a very impressive installation. None of the problems usually... more

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· San Jose

Jon's people have been with us through two arson fires, a new ceiling in our shop, adding a second floor bath, rebuilding a leaking roof, restoring the foundation plate to our home after a termite attack and rebuilding our back deck. Our relationship has lasted longer than most California marriages... more

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· Alamo

I have used Gayler Construction Company twice for home remodeling and will definately use them again. George and Darlene Gayler provide a small, family-owned feel to Gayler Construction Company backed by a professional, courteous and high-quality team that puts the client first.

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· Danville

System Pavers made the entire process turn-key for me, from concept to execution. The designer was very knowledgeable and presented various options and recommendations for my job.

Can a raised entry foyer be lowered?
Apr 28, 2016
Assuming that there is a crawl space (not a slab), then the answer would be yes. But there is no way to give any idea as to cost until someone crawled under the house to see how it’s framed, how much ... read more
what is the best way to keep flying insects (wasp, bees, hornets) from entering your roof eaves vents? There's screen but not small enough to keep them out.
Apr 4, 2016
Here is an interesting take on the situation that I got out of the real estate section of the New York Times. ... read more

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