James Andrus Construction

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Anne C.

Review of Acadian House Kitchen & Bath by

· Baton Rouge

Kathy and her staff made the renovation process easy. When she told me that they would "hold my hand and walk me through the process," she meant it. After showing me samples, it didn't take long to choose tile and other materials that I love. Our new bath now looks great and has been modified... more

Corey R.

Review of Manuel Builders by

· Iowa

Manuel Builders seems to be a quality company, I don't know if they where ready to jump into the the housing market in Lake Charles yet. From what I have heard about homes in Lafayette they can't be beat in that area. They just need to find better subcontractors and work out a better quality check... more

Lou P.

Review of MaxHome by

· Lafayette

I am very satisfied and i'm waiting to start my next project with MaxHome right now.

Charles C.

Review of American Standard Walk-In Tubs by

· Lake Charles

The crew that installed our walk in tube were very skilled at the job they were here to do. They called each time to let us know when to expect them. The cleaned up each day before leaving. The leader was very knowledgable of the product they were to do. thanks for a great job done.

Should I install solar panels on my new home?

Jeff Shaw of Gulf South Solar PRO answered:

Feb 18, 2014
Get with a local solar company and have them look at your plans.  You may be building a home that cannot work with solar due to your roof pitch, orientation or shade.  Let them give you a site assessm ... read more
What kind of credits can I get for a solar installation?

Jeff Shaw of Gulf South Solar PRO answered:

Feb 18, 2014
Your federal tax credit is 30% through 2016.  For your state tax credit see http://dsireusa.org/ In Louisiana you can get 30% plus 50% on a system that costs $25,000, so you would get $20,000 here!

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