Pierwood Construction Co

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The quality of the materials seems fine, and the workers appear competent, but they also appear to be throwing up houses as quickly as possible. As a result, our house has numerous cosmetic flaws that will take months for us to correct ourselves. The project manager warned that asking the workers t... more

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We worked with HMC Builders on an extensive remodel of a home we purchased. New windows, new kitchen countertop, expanding master closet, waterproofing basement, paving driveway, new built-ins throughout, and all three bathrooms taken down to the studs. We couldn't have been happier in every respect... more

Do you have to use a specific light bulb when using a dimmer switch.

Todd Usher of Addison Homes PRO answered:

Jul 28, 2016
A standard dimmer switch will easily control a traditional incandescent bulb.  If you choose to use a compact fluorescent or LED bulb, you will need to install a "C dot L" dimmer, which is designed to ... read more
I have trim boards to install that will cap over exposed block foundation. What ways should I attach these? They will be primed and painted when installed.

Todd Usher of Addison Homes PRO answered:

Jul 28, 2016
I would suggest construction adhesive which will attach the trim boards while also providing a capillary break between the block and the trim board so that moisture does not wick into the trim boards. ... read more

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