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Anita C.

Review of Champion Windows of Chattanooga by

· Dunlap

I was pleased with the installers. They were very courteous and kept everything clean. I am unhappy with the price. I could have gotten these for half the price with just as good windows.

Billy C.

Review of VTS Homes, Inc. by

· Huntsville

VTS was a professional and fantastic partner in building our new home. This was the only home I have been involved in building and I could not imagine a better partner than VTS to walk through the process with. Rob has assembled a great team; from his ownership and organization abilities, to Roger... more

Don K.

Review of Reliable Remodeling by

· Indian Springs

James and his subcontractors did a fabulous job and we are very proud of the finished bathroom. There were two instances of miscommunication: when we had to wait a week to ten days for glass to arrive after the rest of the work was completed (not made clear to us and almost caused an issue when out... more

S.S.Z.

Review of Jeff Benton Homes by

· Madison

I am well pleased with the home Jeff Benton Homes is building us. I can see the quality being built into our home with each step of the construction.

We don't want any grass in the backyard of our new townhome. Need recommendation for brick masons skilled in laying patio pavers to replace sod.

Jack Wilkins answered:

Oct 10, 2016
You're not looking for a brick mason.....your looking for a landscaper expirenced in hardscapes.....brick masons typicall only deal with installing brick facades.....pavers require grading,fill materi ... read more
I have two outside outlets (one on the back and one in the front). I noticed that the one in the front is flashing red. Why is that?
Aug 30, 2016
That sounds like it is a GFCI outlet, which simply put means your outlet has it's own breaker. Most codes now require outside electrical outlets to be GFCI for safety reasons. If it is flashing red it ... read more

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