Dutch Heritage Homes

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· Mentor

We were contacted by Mike, the salesman at Window Nation. He was very courteous. He had all the books and displays, and he explained in good fashion everything the windows would do. He gave us a proposal, and we called back and decided to do three windows and a sliding door. They were very courteous... more

Inez L.

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· Pittsburgh

American Windows Industries / Premier Kitchens and Baths were experts at what they were doing. The craftsmanship and timely manor were on point. We were satisfied.


Review of Scarmazzi Homes by

· McDonald

We decided to build in the Courtyard at the Preserves for an investment home where my elderly parents could live. We chose this community based on location, layout of the home, and potential resale value. We have enjoyed dealing with Hawthorne Partners – everyone has been conscientious, friendly... more

Shawn M.

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· Concord

I had a great experience. They did a great job.

What are some common mistakes people make when building a custom home?

Rob Myers of Myers Homes PRO answered:

Jul 11, 2015
The killer mistake that people make is they let money become too big a deciding criteria, and then suffer through the whole project because of it. First, don't do that! Don't let the money become a bi ... read more
When a house is built and there's scratches as to where you can see a drill was use to install cave it's, is there a monetary value compensation or replace?

Rob Myers of Myers Homes PRO answered:

Jul 11, 2015
I assume by "cave" you might been "cove" or some other trim or millwork. It isn't a hard thing to fill any scratches, resand, and touch up an area like that, and that's something your builder should h ... read more

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