RBCI General Building Contractor

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· Huntington Beach

I was very satisfied with the professionalism demonstrated by MV Staff, especially Jackson. The nursery is very organized, and it was very easy (with the help of Jackson) going over my plant selection. When I went to other nurseries, there was no one around to help (it was more of a DIY-type nurse... more

What are some inexpensive and non-permanent backsplash ideas for a kitchen in a rental apartment?
Complemenary paint with countertops scribed to the wall is a clean look.  If you use eggeshell paint, it is durable too.
With solar panels installed, is it true that you can eliminate the need for power from your local power company?

Robert Shaw of Solare Energy PRO answered:

Jan 20, 2015
John, There are options available to go solar and be completely independent of you local utility provider. However, this type of set-up (solar+storage) is much more costly than the traditional "grid-t ... read more

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