Colonial Stock Transfer Company, Inc.

Colonial Stock Transfer Company, Inc. is a stock transfer agent headquartered in the historical stock exchange district in Salt Lake City. For more information, visit us online!

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Being in the Real Estate world, I am able to recognize superior craftsmanship in homes quickly. The finish work was amazing in our home and quality materials were used to construct it. I do however highly recommend NOT using their landscapers because they do all in their power to save every penny po... more

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Nilson Homes is a great builder. I never felt like they took short cuts in the building process and were great to work with. Our agent and project manager were amazing and great at communicating any changes or updates to our home and the timeline. I would recommend a Nilson Home.


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· Sandy

Champion Windows exceeded our expectations.

How important is ventilation if my roof and house is 30 years old and has just a little sweating in the rafters?

Brett Rydalch of RoofTek PRO answered:

May 22, 2018
Roof ventilation is very important.  Ensure that the intake from the eaves is adequate and not blocked in the attic with insulation.  Ensure you have adequate exhausting on the ridges.  Proper ventila ... read more
just a ball park figure ,thinking of buying a new home and i was wondering how much extra it would cost to have it wired for surround sound and a security syste

Chelsea Clark of Liberty Homes PRO answered:

Feb 19, 2016
It really would depend on the size of the system, but to rough in surround sound shouldn't be more than around $1500. In regards to security systems, most of them are wireless these days and don't hav ... read more

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