Intermountain Remodeling

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Wayne N.

Review of Mt. Sterling Custom Homes by

· North Logan

Mt Sterling Custom Homes / Visionary is the best company that we've ever done business with. It's been a great experience. Not only were their people great but so were all of their subcontractors.

Jake D.

Review of McArthur Homes by

· Lehi

Overall it was a great experience from the start to the end. They build quality homes and any type of issue that I encountered they were prompt to correct them. They answered my questions and responded to my phone calls in a timely manner.

Brooke J.

Review of Bedrock Quartz Surfaces by

· Riverton

Bedrock is more organized than other similar companies. We had a snag on one of our counters and they took care of it. My only complaint is that they are too busy and I felt like they should have squeezed us in since the mistake wasn't mine. The showroom is great and the ladies there are very hel... more

Cara M.

Review of Liberty Homes by

· Bluffdale

Liberty Homes is professional and wonderful to work with.

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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