Andrew Roby General Contractors, Inc

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I am very satisfied. Champion was very pleasant to work with. Their workmanship was great. I would tell anyone who asks that I am satisfied with the work that they did and how friendly and courteous they are.

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· Lexington

Overall, the workers did a really good job. But the support from the supervisor and management, I was not happy with at all. When there was an issue I'd get on the phone and they would set a day and time to come out and never would show up.

Sandy F.

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Review of Jenkins Restorations - Charlotte by

· Mint Hill

Jenkins came after Diasater One left us with a mess. I called my insurance company because I was concerned about the sewage on the floor. I told them that Disaster One I said it wasn't their responsibility to clean. Jenkins came over that night and immediately started testing the floors and walls f... more

What are the most popular/valuable indoor or outdoor home fixtures/colors/materials for 2017?
Jan 30, 2017
We're still seeing a lot of demand for granite and/or quartz countertops.  With the quartz, people are doing more subtle patterns and a lot of marble looks (white with light veining or similar).  Cabi ... read more
What's the best way to hang a Christmas wreath on the new door? Can a nail be used to suspend the wreath? Elaine Donnelly
Dec 30, 2016
You can put a small tack on the top of the door and hang a piece of fishing line down from that to attach the wreath to. Make sure the tack does not stick up high enough to hit the top jamb of the doo ... read more

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