Pat Murphy Electric, Inc.

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Thank you for being so informative and for keeping me up-to-date as to when to expect someone and what was going to be completed. The staff was friendly and answered all my questions. Even though Hilltop was not the cheapest quote I received, I feel like I had quality service and that is what is m... more

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They were professional. They did the job well. When you call they reply in a timely manner.

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· Atlanta

The quality of the product, professionalism of crew, the way the expedited and how the windows were installed in one day we were very satisfied with! We were not satisfied with the sales approach that we got into getting the windows, but we were overly satisfied with the product itself.

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Very satisfied with their pricing and workmanship. The quality of the materials and work was better than expected. I would certainly use them again.

I just had a new home built and they did not put on gutters and they did not tell me in advance. Is this unusual because many people have been shocked by it!
Jul 11, 2017
From time to time, we get called to evaluate problems with homes, To answer your direct question, "No it's not as unusual as you must think." There are reasons as Christen and Paula have mentioned abo ... read more
For a six-foot retaining wall, do you recommend concrete or blocks? If blocks, what kind of products do you recommend?
Feb 3, 2015
In Georgia a wall retaining over 48" grade requires an engineers stamp. You might consider terracing and have two or more lower retaining walls. Be aware of hydrostatic pressure and provide adequate w ... read more

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