J. Alan Homes, Inc.

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Review of Intown Renovations GP LLC by

· Dunwoody

From the first time we met Barry, we felt a sense of trust in him and that IRG would make the right choices to try to give us the end product we wanted and in the most thoughtful way. Our comfort with the inconveniences of any construction project was always uppermost in their minds and efforts. It... more

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Review of Findlay Roofing/Roof Roof by

· Lilburn

Highly qualified and professional staff members and are well equipped. Everyone one passing by was wondering while the work men are working. Above all after the work is done you can hardly notice if there was huge work was done the day before.

Sandy W.

Review of Champion Windows of Chattanooga by

· Ooltewah

I would recommend the company and everything was done good. The installation crew was great. Everything was good from start to finish.

Dave O.

Review of Home Wizards by

· Marietta

I have been doing business with Scott Hoffman at Home Wizards since 2005 on our properties. I have used every aspect of their services from both exterior to interior renovations. I have also used them to completely renovate our current house. That project included all new siding, windows, doors,... more

I'm considering building a wine cellar in our crawl space. How would you go about that?
Aug 30, 2014
If you have standup space below grade near the kitchen and a dry foot print beneath your home you may want to consider consulting with a designer or builder to explore the possabilities. Often  it is ... read more
Is painting bathroom tile a good solution for tile that is in good condition but not a desirable color?
Feb 24, 2014
Where is the tile, John? If it is on the floor or anywhere near bathroom moisture, painting is probably not the best solution.

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