Harrington & Company

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Joshua W.

Review of McArthur Homes by

· Eagle Mountain

They made the whole experience of home building fun and everyone was great to work with. Andra Killian provided excellent service and was great to work with. The help from the design center was equally amazing. I would recommend their services to a friend.

MONICA S.

Review of USI All Purpose Windows and Doors by

· HOLLADAY

USI was wonderful and I'm excited to schedule more windows replacements with them soon.

Dustin A.

Review of Visionary Homes by

· Millville

Visionary Homes made it very convenient and stress free from the design to the building process. They were very professional and did their best to corrected problems as they arose.

Pam A.

Review of American Standard Walk-In Tubs by

· Preston

The entire thing was handled incorrectly. It was a fiasco from the minute we did it. The plumber man, in the end, did a great job. That thing was supposed to come in because it was hardly going to be anything at all. It was not quite that, it went on and on and on. I think before they left someone... more

We just moved into a new home with a heat pump (new for me). The master suite stays about 5 degrees colder than the rest of the house. Any ideas why?

Chelsea Clark of Liberty Homes PRO answered:

Mar 4, 2016
I agree - we would need to know more about the layout of your home to provide an answer. Some questions for you: Is your bedroom above a garage or below an attic (as Marian noted below)? How far from ... read more
Best way to caulk the seam between our backsplash and kitchen counter?
Jan 27, 2016
First, clean out the existing caulk the best you can with a utility knife, flat razor or a putty knife.  To get it extra clean and depending on what type of caulk was there before, you can use baking ... read more

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