Harrell Remodeling

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· Menlo Park

S R Freeman has provided us with exceptionally qualified manpower, service, and management. They have helped make our project a success, both in terms of budget and schedule. They have shown their capability in handling a challenging and complex project with professionalism.

Tom L.

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· 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

Gregory B.

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· Fairfield

System Pavers completed excellent work and the lawn looks great.

David B.

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· Milpitas

Our installers exceeded expectations when it came to cutting tile, removing and restoring window treatments, and dealing with the occasional setback (cleaning a large window break, etc. without troubling the homeowner).

What do you think about radiant barrier spray on coating versus foil backing radiant barrier?
Apr 4, 2016
Here is a fairly good article on the subjecct. "Radiant barrier spray-on paint is essentially liquid foil. While not all radiant barrier paints are the same, basically they are made by grinding pure ... read more
Best way to detect a leak in a residential irrigation sprinkler system?
Aug 21, 2014
John I would do what Paul said but I would take an additonal step of capping the sprinkler heads where they are easy to get to with a half dozen of 1/2" PVC caps.  Then you are increasing the pressure ... read more

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