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Bill M.

Review of Lifetime Remodeling Systems by

· Portland

I was extremely pleased by the residing job done for my home. This was a large project with multiple details. Being a major expense and investment I contacted multiple companies for bids for this work.This involved several meetings with different companies and I received several bids and cost e... more

Paul S.

Review of Precision Countertops, Inc. by

· Vancouver

Showed up to do the install with the wrong tile. Contacted Precision to get the right tile, which they then forgot to order. After months, the tile was to be installed last week. The day before the scheduled install, Precision called to say they still didn't have the tile. Install scheduled for tomo... more

David C.

Review of Sunbridge Solar, LLC by

· Newberg

I enjoyed working with the Sunbridge Solar team. The project went as planned even with the normal Oregon fall weather trying to rain the guys off the roof. The installation was quick, the longest wait was for the county and PGE to do their parts and that went quicker than originally estimated.

Debra F.

Review of Rick's Custom Fencing & Decking by

· Gresham

I hired Rick's to put in new front steps and a porch railing. From the estimate to the finished job they were great to deal with. There was one small portion of the front porch railing that needed to be re-worked - Rick's was right on top of it and had it finished within just a couple of days. This... more

Why would I have outside outlet be flashing with a red light?
Sep 14, 2016
Most likely it is a GFCI outlet which esssentially means the circut has been blown at the outlet. This usually happens if a drop of water or a hard bump occured within the circuit. If this is the case ... read more
Can I have existing grout , covered or regrouted to make even and change color
Mar 30, 2016
Hello Linda,  Typically,  you do not want to cover existing grout. You will need to remove the old grout and apply your new colored grout. A tile contractor can help you with this project. Please let ... read more

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