Open Hand Remodeling

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Marie H.

Review of System Pavers by

· San Clemente

I've been in sales most of my life. Sometimes getting the job is just dumb luck. In this case, we had a problem with our entryway being cracked. My wife has been after me for several years to get it fixed. We received a flyer in the mail about your company that said there were some deals going on no... more

Tuc P.

Review of Precision Countertops, Inc. by

· Santa Ana

This is the second project, upgrade the vanity top of the bathroom (the first one was the kitchen counter top and both through Home Depot), and I requested Precision Countertops because they did an excellent job with the kitchen counter top. As expected, Precision Countertops did an excellent job.


Review of Safe Step Walk-In Tubs by Galkos Construction Inc by

· Beaumont

I was very very pleased with the job! It was a very neat and clean and I couldn't ask for a better install job!

John S.

Review of Moon Valley Nurseries by

· Menifee

We went to buy two trees for my 75th birthday. They lied to us from the time I was on the property until today. They did not even come close to what they advertise. I am cheated financially by them and plan to sue them in the near future as they will not return my calls.

What are they best types of windows to preserve heat in the winter and cool air in the summer for residential homes?
Aug 13, 2016
The answer to this question is directly related to the climate that you live in.  The major window manufacturers offer glazing that is designed for the solar heat gain and temperatures in the various ... read more
Can a tankless water heater be installed in my condominium?
Sep 1, 2015
A tankless water heater can certainly be installed in a condominium - similar to any other structure. The easiest model is one that mounts externally - typically near the highest use of hot water or m ... read more

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