MKU Construction

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My experience working with Reborn Cabinets was wonderful. I was always informed and reminded of scheduled work. The people who came to measure and install were extremely professional and very good at what they did. The subcontractors were also very efficient and professional. The end result is I... more

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· Laguna Hills

We were most put out by the time and materials. They have a recipe for how they charge people rather than actual time. They have a blanket formula for how long it takes to install something. We are upset about being charged $ 300 for an installation that did not take 4 hours. We did start out feelin... more

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· Compton

I believe they did an excellent job and were very professional. I am happy with the results and it lowered my bill immediately.

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· L.A.

Moon Valley Nursery represents the most incompetent and unacceptable service I've received from any retailer since moving to Los Angeles 3 years ago. Although the facility has a wide selection and the sales people are friendly and doing what they can to get you to spend money -- once your credit car... more

Are solar shingles a good option for my home?
Solar shingles are expensive and unproven.  I recommend Sun Power photo voltaic solar.  An average home is $20,000 to $30,000 and the return on investment is 4 to 6 years on a 25 plus year system.
What do you think about radiant barrier spray on coating versus foil backing radiant barrier?
We usended sheathing that already has radiant barrier.  Definitely the best way to go.

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