Budget Bath & Kitchen

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· Irvine

We are thrilled with our door. It exceeded our expectations. Would recommend Renewal by Anderson to everyone. Their prices are competitive, work was done on a timely basis. All servicemen were on time- or early! Thorough professionals.

Richard V.

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· Baldwin Park

The whole job was a mess. Wrong materials brought first time. After a few months the caulking around the shower is peeling away from the walls. Project lead talked us into adding 4 inches to the shower but when the pan was installed it was the same size as before so now the shower is off center.... more

Tim B.

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· Bonita

System Pavers met all our expectations and more. My wife Trudy and I are very pleased with the final results. Project from start to finish was performed with the up most professionalism from the front office staff to the hard working hands on team that work in our backyard. It looks GREAT !! Spe... more

Que W.

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· Santee

I am very pleased with my windows. The quality of the windows really dresses up my house.

Gardenias with yellow leaves: Our gardenias leaves are starting to rapidly yellow. Any ideas what might be wrong?

Maritza Rosales answered:

Apr 24, 2017
Gardenias, I love Gardenias!  Have you tried a fertilizer for acid loving bushes?  You can go to a nursery or even The Home Depot or Lowe's and explain what's going on, and then they can recommend wha ... read more
What are the top 3 energy efficiency upgrades I can do to my 2-story home?

Robert Shaw of Solare Energy PRO answered:

Apr 28, 2014
Many great answers here regarding insulation and air sealing.  If you have a pool, also look into upgrading your pump to a variable speed pump.  They run at lower RPM for filtering than they do for va ... read more

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