Epcon Communities (Marrington at Cobblestone)

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Review of Saussy Burbank by

· Mt. Pleasant

Everything went very smoothly. At the beginning, in the sales office, everything was described properly. Everything was very easy for me. They explained things well. The schedule of the progress of the building was given to me. The deadlines were met. Their communication was good. They finished a co... more

Prudy S.

Review of Terry W. Hoff Construction, Inc. by

· Edisto Island

It was a pleasure working with Terry and Jeff from the very beginning. High quality materials, good ideas for us, excellent workmanship. His crew were very a polite and cleaned up every day. Job site was immaculate. We could not ask for more.

Patricia G.

Review of Contract Exteriors LLC by

· Myrtle Beach

We were very satisfied with their work and they are great people to work with.

Geraldine L.

Review of Champion Windows of Columbia by

· Columbia

I am very pleased with my windows. The young man who installed my windows was wonderful. He never quit working, and cleaned up all the way.

How often do I need to have my "new" home sprayed for termites? I live in Charlotte, NC. Thank you, Joe
Feb 8, 2015
To Spray or Trap? treatment for termitets Joe, the question you ask is a question to a deeper need in home ownership. Ask not how many times you should have your home sprayed for termites... ask what ... read more
For a six-foot retaining wall, do you recommend concrete or blocks? If blocks, what kind of products do you recommend?
Feb 2, 2015
You need to make sure that the material allows water to pass thru the block or stone.  Both choices can allow water thru if planned ahead.  Blocks can have weep holes that allow water to pass and many ... read more

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