Arizona Royal Granite & Remodeling, LLC

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Bob Robson was one of the best employees I've worked with. He did "what he said he would do". Trusting an employee of any business will always guarantee my return business.

I have two outside outlets (one on the back and one in the front). I noticed that the one in the front is flashing red. Why is that?
Sep 1, 2016
If it's solid red it might be indicating a tripped GFCI, if it's flashing it might be defective. When I say might it's because not all GFCI-s have the same type of light or color. Some are lit when o ... read more
Can a raised entry foyer be lowered?
Jul 15, 2016
When sunken living rooms were the rage, many of them were below grade. Later on some decided that being on all one level was more desirable so it became popular to fill them with concrete to the level ... read more

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