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Thank you for reaching out. I wanted to let you know how happy I am with the home I am now living in and how smoothly the process was getting the home. The sales team was awesome and explained the from the time I walked into their facility back in May 2018 until the day I closed on my house. They ke... more
They were very professional and completed the job in a timely manner.
THEY DID GOOD WORK AND ARRIVED AS SCHEDULED
I highly recommend Phillips. They did the proposed work with no surprises. The workmanship was excellent, and cleaned up all areas. They even rolled the hose back up!
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