Ken Loomis Construction

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· Asheville

My wife and I had an excellent experience working with the Hands of Sean Perry Co. in remodeling our 1920's home. We have been extremely satisfied with the quality of work and attention to detail provided by Sean and his team. We would give them our highest recommendation and not hesitate to use the... more

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· Hiwasee

They are absolutely wonderful. They don't give you a hard sell. The windows are fabulous. I can already feel the difference. I believe it will cut down on our bills.

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· London

Our entire experience with American Home Design was FABULOUS!! We couldn't be happier. Everyone that we worked with...from start to finish, was not only professional but kind and us and eachother. Their knowledge, helpfulness and attention to every detail was truly appreciated.I woul... more

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· Piedmont

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Does anyone have experience with Thermory for decking or other applications?
Oct 3, 2016
Yes, we almost use Thermory exclusively now. The product is amazing and I really cant think of any negatives as opposed to Ipe that shrinks and is super heavy. We just used Thermory on our own home. - ... read more
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

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