John R. Poore Builders / Randall Homes

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· Rock Hill

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Review of Re-Bath of the Triad/Triangle/Wilmington by

· Pinebluff

I made the right choice going with rebath for my shower remodel. They were all very professional and made me feel comfortable. They took a lot of care to make sure my shower was up to my standards. Will use them again for any other remodeling needs.

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Review of Spangler Restoration by

· Wadesboro

I am not happy with it.

I have trim boards to install that will cap over exposed block foundation. What ways should I attach these? They will be primed and painted when installed.

Todd Usher of Addison Homes PRO answered:

Jul 28, 2016
I would suggest construction adhesive which will attach the trim boards while also providing a capillary break between the block and the trim board so that moisture does not wick into the trim boards. ... read more
We have Thermofoil kitchen cabinets that were white but have yellowed over the last 15 years. Can you paint Thermofoil?
Oct 1, 2015
Unfortunately, you really can't paint over Thermofoil.  If you don't want to replace all of the cabinets, we usually suggest replacing just the doors and drawer fronts.  Those are done in Thermofoil, ... read more

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