Personal Injury Lawyers in Nashville

Personal injury lawyer at Personal Injury Lawyers in Nashville assists clients with vehicle related injuries in Nashville. Call (212) 630-3111 for related case discusses with our experts and we guaran... Show more

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Jackie W.

Review of Champion Windows of Huntsville by

· Huntsville

My initial meeting with Bob was thorough as he discussed my options. When he was done I knew the installation dates, cost and what to expect from my project. I received exactly what I expected and I paid the exact amount as initially discussed. Champion was good with answering questions and they wer... more

Linda F.

Review of LeafGuard of Nashville by

· Smithville

It was a job well done. We have had zero problems.

Ronald S.

Review of LeafFilter Gutter Protection by

· Hopkinsville

Overall, very good. We have a slight problem with water going out on the inside of the gutter, and that was due mainly by not enough overhang on the shingles. Technician came out and fixed the problem. So far, so good.

Mark F.

Review of Regent Homes LLC by

· Nolensville

Coby Comer was a pleasure to work with in our pursuit to find the best home for the best value in the Nolensville area. We looked at several homes in the area and found the perfect home for us with the guidance of Coby. The quality and workmanship put in to the Regent homes gives us peace of mind... more

We have 3 7-year old weeping willows that have suffered major tree damage. Should we try to restore them or start over?

Rob Owens of VTS Homes, Inc. PRO answered:

Jun 1, 2014
I highly recommend getting the opinion of a local arborist.  If you have trouble finding one check with your local tree nursery or Botanical Garden for a referral.  We have used one before and it was ... read more
Water is coming in through new overhead sewer conversion...how?

Rob Owens of VTS Homes, Inc. PRO answered:

Jun 1, 2014
You definitely should not have any leaking.  I suggest you call a plumber to come look at the issue.

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