Kitchen Tune Up - Charleston, SC

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Donna L.

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· Murrells Inlet

Very professional and thorough. Went beyond what they said needed to be done to make everything perfect. Always returned phone calls promptly. Crew was diligent in making sure everything was done perfectly. They even fixed and redid a bad roof flashing job done by a previous contractor, without... more

Oscar B.

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· Summerville

I received several estimates. This estimate was kind of in the middle. I chose them because they are professional and knowledgable. The workmanship was excellent and I would recommend them to anybody.

Vanja B.

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· Charleston

The entire experience with everyone at Fresh Coat Painters of Charleston was the most satisfying, from my initial contact with their estimator, through the job's completion. They were in constant communication with me, and the estimator as well as the owner regularly visited the worksite. They wen... more

Don S.

Review of Renewable Energy Design Group by

· Myrtle Beach

The whole crew, from the estimate to the completion of the job, is very helpful and knowledgeable. Considering virtually all of the consumers are first-timers at this, it is helpful to have a team who explains what they are doing and are good at what they do.

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Jan 12, 2015
The market is coming back and strong in many markets.... Gor GC's Ensuring the Quailty of the Sub contractors labor are challanging do to the turn over and the level of quality expected. Owners should ... read more
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Lane Baker of Saltwater Homes PRO answered:

Sep 27, 2014
I really noticed a difference in my electric bill when I put in a programable thermostat for my HVAC. I tend to keep the air down low and would forget to turn it up when I went to work. The new thermo ... read more

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