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Nick A.

Review of Painting Plus Inc. by

· Marietta

They've done a great job. Charlie is very professional and knows what he is doing. The quality of the workmanship is superb. They are reliable, on time, and provide a good value. They are more than willing to come back if the job needs some re-touching. Charlies really cares to get 100% client... more

Mary T.

Review of EXOVATIONS by

· Cumming

They did a good job and I would highly recommend them.

Estralita R.

Review of Hilltop Pools and Spas, Inc by

· Conyers

The decision to purchase an in-ground pool was one that we thought of long and hard. We did an extension amount of research regarding the type of pool we wanted. After making that decision and getting estimates from several different venders we decided on "Hilltop Pool". Now looking back on the f... more

Carmen C.

Review of Romanoff Renovations by

· Fairburn

I was very pleased with the installer as well as the follow up and with Lou. They were very informative, very nice. The installer who came into my home to install the product was very considerate of my space and the time he was going to spend in my home. It was 100% wonderful work on everyone's beha... 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
What are the most cost effective things I can do to improve my home's energy efficiency?

Tom Gunter answered:

Feb 17, 2014
I would start with making sure your attic has adequate ventilation. 

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