Beisas Legacy Construction, LLC

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We've used A Cut Above on four significant projects - and I have been very pleased every time. Their workmanship, professionalism, and the advice they provide have been very much appreciated. They have also helped us address smaller installation/construction problemsthat demonstrate that their staff... more

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Kevin Sawyers, my salesperson, is awesome. He is extremely friendly and courteous. Kevin does not rush people and he is not an aggressive salesperson. He makes you feel like the most important person. You can tell he loves his job. He appreciates the customer and he respects the company. I commend K... more

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· Birkenfield

If you want to be treated like you were the ONLY customer, this company will make you feel like that! They are very VERY service oriented, are good listeners, spend all of the time that you need and come up with great questions to help you understand what direction you ought to go for your own custo... more

Can I have existing grout , covered or regrouted to make even and change color
Mar 30, 2016
Hello Linda,  Typically,  you do not want to cover existing grout. You will need to remove the old grout and apply your new colored grout. A tile contractor can help you with this project. Please let ... read more
Best way to get rid of blackberries

Debbie Dingman answered:

Nov 6, 2014
I would wait until the first frost, that very next day spray or paint leaves with Crossbow (if spraying isn't an option, as in beds with other plants or single shoots).  The sap in the stems will draw ... read more

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