John Howard Homes

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Bob D.

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· Pensacola

The salesman was very knowledgeable of the materials that would best meet our needs on siding. The workers were on time each day, and put in a good days work. We had several stop by visits by the manager of the work crew, and by Mr. Majors himself. That made us feel that as clients we were important... more

Jan S.

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· Pensacola

I used SunFarm Energy because they are a local company and have been in business for a long time. They are very knowledgeable in what they are doing. I looked at their competitors, and it was a reasonable cost based on those companies that I looked at. I also read up online about the equipment that... more

Joseph F.

Review of Elliott Homes by

· Biloxi

Great quality in a custom home at a fair price. Start looking with Elliott Homes and chances are you won't need to look any further.

Johnnie B.

Review of Heritage Homes by

· Cantonment

Kevin, our superintendent, was good. I would recommend Heritage Homes. They weren't bad, but I think they could be more up front with their customers.

We need our electrical box replaced and improved, when we moved in the house the circuit breaker were not marked well.

Rob Morrison of R&K Remodeling PRO answered:

Oct 21, 2015
Being that this is a saftey first and homeowner's insurance second question, a Licensed Electrician in your county/township is the best way to go. Breakers tripping can be one of many issues from, jus ... 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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