Mountain Creek Kitchen and Bath

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Review of Ivey Residential by

· Evans

Once we started the process, it was pretty seamless. We got to do a lot of the coordinating and upgrades we wanted. Ivey Residential was willing to work with any upgrades we wanted to do. They were very easy to work with.

Robert A.

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· Cherryville

We were impressed with the Champion personnel from our first visit to the showroom, all the way through the project, up to and including writing the final check for the job. We discussed, highlighted, and pointed out how determined every employee from Champion Windows of Charlotte is to please you.... more

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Review of Precision Cabinets, Inc by

· Blowing Rock

Ken and Emily were wonderful to deal with! They kept us abreast of the progress as it went along, which was very important to us as we live outside of the area. Emily is a very talented designer and gave us amazing recommendations! Ken took care of every detail to perfection and we ended up with... more

Iris B.

Review of Cothran Homes by

· Greer

I enjoy living there. The workmanship has been good, otherwise I would not have purchased there.

What is the temperature range for installing roof shingles
Dec 14, 2016
I would recommend not less than 40 degrees. If the shingles are a dark color in direct sunlight they will seal in one day from the solar radiance from the sun even if temps are low. 
We have Thermofoil kitchen cabinets that were white but have yellowed over the last 15 years. Can you paint Thermofoil?
Oct 2, 2015
Some of our local painters have had success painting over thermafoil. Make sure you rough up the fronts a bit with a fine grit sandpaper which will help the paint adhere. Talk to your local paint stor ... read more

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