Kuhlkin Builders Inc.

Kuhlkin Builders Inc. is a contractor based in Charlotte, NC. We don't have any additional information about Kuhlkin Builders Inc..

If this is your business, claim your profile to edit your company information, collect and respond to reviews, and answer questions from homeowners.

Leave the first review

Have you had work done by Kuhlkin Builders Inc.? Let everyone know about your experience by leaving a review!

Leave review
Jack M.

Review of NewStyle Communities, Inc. by

· Charlotte

Overall, we are quite satisfied with Frankhauser Property Group, Inc. and we are happy to live here. Our neighbors are very nice and we hope he sells a lot more homes because we would like the community to grow.


Review of The Hands of Sean Perry Co. by

· Asheville

We believe The Hands of Sean Perry Co. offers stellar service for refining, refinishing and refurbishing an older home! Their staff are true professionals who courteously and thoroughly evaluate the remodel and its costs for the home owner. Their subcontractors are excellent and we know that if we h... more

Steve H.

Review of Fresh Coat Painters of Greensboro by

· Summerfield

It was completed ahead of schedule!


Review of Saussy Burbank by

· Charlotte

PLUS: beautiful hardwood floors downstairs, beautiful ceiling, pantry, bookcases. Good layout downstairs, excellent for entertaining.MINUS: garage too small, laundry room not functional - cabinets can't open with washer and dryer in place. Cabinets in kitchen and laundry room horribly cheap for... more

My Bermuda sod was put down at my new home in December. How do I care for it to promote growth and keep it healthy?

Tara Taylor of Crown Builders PRO answered:

Mar 14, 2017
We just had sod installed at the office here at Crown Builders in Charlotte, NC.  The landscaper told me to water each day for 15 minutes the first 10 days.  From 10-21 days after install water every ... read more
What's the best way to hang a Christmas wreath on the new door? Can a nail be used to suspend the wreath? Elaine Donnelly
Dec 30, 2016
You can put a small tack on the top of the door and hang a piece of fishing line down from that to attach the wreath to. Make sure the tack does not stick up high enough to hit the top jamb of the doo ... read more

Learn why professional home builders and home improvement contractors join our community of quality.

Get started