Litchfield Cabinetry & Trim LLC

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I need someone who knows Discovery Bay and can work on the floor jack system.
Jan 16, 2018
Contact the Floor Jack rep at the corporation that manufactures. They should have a list of vendors and send you proper installation standards. Best of Luck. Also we would recommend a structural engin ... read more
I had Thompson Creek windows installed and now have to re-install (ADT) alarm sensors - where is the best location on my new windows to re-install these sensors
Feb 22, 2015
Ralph, Security Systems as we know have come along way over the years. The "glass break" or "open" sensors are what I believe you're speaking of. We use the ADT Pulse systems because of System functio ... read more

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