Light Power Solutions, LLC

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Mark K.

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· Jacksonville

Ken and his team were up-front and honest throughout the entire project. He worked with us from the beginning to determine a design and color, and was open and accepting of the changes we requested throughout the project. We had a "wild" summer weather-wise, and Ken was very patient with our reque... more


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John Kelleher did a great job. I was well satisfied. They completed the project in a short time frame, and they did it right the first time.

Steve C.

Review of LeafFilter Gutter Protection by

· Green Cove Springs

LeafFilter of Jacksonville, gave me a date and time they'd have thier people there to do the work. I waited and waited most of the day, I finally called the saleman and said If they can't be on time I didn't want the product and canceled the Install. This of course brought an instance response from... more

Alex S.

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· Palm Coast

We are tremendously happy with Saltwater homes. Saltwater kept us abreast of every step of our building process. Saltwater built us our dream home and paid close attention to every detail. They were very accommodating to our needs. We loved Saltwater and their professionalism that they are building... more

Has anyone built a full size basketball court in their back yard? I want one, but I don't know where to start, any thoughts?
Feb 2, 2015
Be certain that this is something you plan to use for years and years as the ROI on homeowner-specific improvements are not very high.  Budget for the concrete work involved is usually around $15-20K ... read more
Messy Mortar
Dec 1, 2014
It looks like the mason did a good job concerning the texture. But the color is way off. Unfortunatly its not easy to match new to old. The good news- Staining morter isnt hard to do if its not sealed ... read more

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