Partners in Colours

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Review of Structures Building Company by

· Mount Pleasant

This has been a terrific experience from the initial conversation, through choosing and working with the architect, and then through the actual build. Structures helped us work through some severe lot drainage issues as well as satisfying certain restrictions with the Village that we are in. I have... more

Catherine R.

Review of Storm Team Construction by

· Dalzell

The company is really outstanding. The people that come out to do the roof are professional and clean up after themselves. The roof looks great and is noticeably different from the one that I had. The salesman had my interest in mind and was outstanding.

John L.

Review of Kent Homes by

· Leland

Communication with the Project Manager - Jon Wood - was scheduled and kept us informed as to what was going on during the construction. There were very few Issues to be addressed but all were resolved to our satisfaction. We were impressed with the professionalism of all the people we worked with... more

Mark D.

Review of Contract Exteriors LLC by

· North Charleston

Professional people, professional job, and I plan on using them again for more jobs!

I have a waterless water tank supplied with gas. I want a water softener. Who would I call to purchase and install. Thanks
Mar 27, 2017
Willa, we recommend speaking with a professional plumber in your area. They will be able to assist with the purchase and install of a water softener to help with the hard water you are experiencing.
Is Air conditioning maintenance plans worth it?

Lane Baker of Saltwater Homes PRO answered:

Sep 27, 2014
I think the plans are a good idea especially for older homes. Making sure you change your filters regularly is by far more important.

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