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Tom L.

Review of Case Design/Remodeling of San Jose by

· San Jose

We had two bathrooms remodeled by Case.. This included upgrading counters, installing tile, installing new fixtures, constructing a new shower, and installing a new bathtub. They did an excellent job of designing them and helping select materials and colors. Their various craftsmen were courteous an... more


Review of Charles Window & Door Company by

· San Francisco

From the beginning when Niko came to our house to introduce the products to us, to the measurement of our windows, to the installation and finishing of our windows, everyone was knowledgeable and capable. I was so impressed with the windows and the people who installed them much more than I thought... more

Janine H.

Review of System Pavers by

· Hayward

We had the synthetic turf installed, should have had it done long ago. The workmanship is outstanding and the job was completed in the timeframe quoted. I have two large dogs that are in the yard while at work and the turf looks as good as the day it went in. No more mud problems with all this r... more

Ray B.

Review of Byers Enterprises by

· Modesto

Professional work done in a timely manner.

Is there a company that provides a weather proof moving module that the homeowner can fill up with the clean clutter removed from his house and auction if off?
Aug 2, 2015
Not that I know of. Philip Anderson HDR Remodeling
I'm starting to see bigger cracks down my driveway's expansion joints. Do any of the seam sealers work better than the others?
Feb 5, 2015
I am sure that some work better than others.  But I think it may be a drainage issue.  I would check to see if you have good drainage off the driveay.  and, I would recommend that you do the resealing ... read more

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