Remodeling by Classic Homes, Inc

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Review of Craftsman Design and Renovation by

· Port

We approached Craftsman Design and Renovation to remodel our bathrooms. We ended up remodeling much more, including the kitchen, library, living room and bedroom. We got excellent suggestions for the options available - design advice and the choice of fixtures. Everything they did was top quality. A... more

Roger H.

Review of Rick's Custom Fencing & Decking by

· Salem

So So for being the most expensive of 4 quotes. I hope to have them correct the creased slates when weather is good.

Chad P.

Review of Superior Exterior Systems by

· Fairview

Our siding project went very smoothly from the beginning through to the end. There was no pressure put on us when it came to us choosing Superior Exterior Systems. They were very honest and and gave us a reasonable price for our project. We would recommend them to any of our family or friends, knowi... more

Jerald C.

Review of System Pavers by

· Portland

I was very pleased with System Pavers, this was my second time using them, they were better than I thought and the completed project came out real nice.

Why would I have outside outlet be flashing with a red light?
Sep 14, 2016
Most likely it is a GFCI outlet which esssentially means the circut has been blown at the outlet. This usually happens if a drop of water or a hard bump occured within the circuit. If this is the case ... read more
With solar panels installed, is it true that you can eliminate the need for power from your local power company?

Jim Chapman of Legend Homes PRO answered:

Feb 18, 2014
While adding PV panels is a noble endeavor, it is unlikely to produce more than about one third of your annual electrical requirements.  Less than that, if you have air conditioning, even in a newly b ... read more

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