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Review of Trace Ventures by

· Nashville

They were a professional organization. The staff were very professional, courteous, and collaborative with my husband and me as the project evolved; and they worked well collaboratively with each other. They were a pleasure to work with because the were so communicative.

Dan W.

Review of Champion Windows of Nashville by

· Murfreesboro

Their product is pretty good. Ask for James crew to do the installation. We had another crew first and they were absolutely awful. James crew had to come in and redo all the work but James did do a great job. A 2 day job took almost 2 weeks to do but in the end it came out pretty good.

Andrew B.

Review of Romanoff Renovations by

· Franklin

Great experience! Like any installation when the work starts there is always a roadblock.I was impressed on how the workman ,Tim was able to overcome every obstacle .Great work . I would use them again.

Debbie L.

Review of American Home Design by

· Hendersonville

American Home Design is not the cheapest, they are fairly expensive, but there was absolutely no worry or stress. Before I could even think of something, it was taken care of. The quality was better than anything I have ever experienced. I have never been more satisfied with a company.

Is it true that you can have a quality custom closet installed without breaking the bank?

Rob Owens of VTS Homes, Inc. PRO answered:

Jun 1, 2014
The materials are just 30% of the cost.  They are labor intensive and if you are fairly handy you can save a bundle of money doing it yourself.  However, this is not a task for the average DYI.  If yo ... read more
Water is coming in through new overhead sewer conversion...how?

Rob Owens of VTS Homes, Inc. PRO answered:

Jun 1, 2014
You definitely should not have any leaking.  I suggest you call a plumber to come look at the issue.

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