Richard Ratcliff Homes

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Mrs T.

Review of Welcom Cabinets by

· Summerville

We are quite pleased with the new updated kitchen we now have. Yves Frech, John and all the crew of installers worked hard to make us happy. Damage to the cabinets or mistakes made were taken care of in a very timely manner. Thanks for a job well done!

Laurence E.

Review of Michael's Roofing by

· Savannah

The Michael's crew members were most professional and very well organized. My new roof looks great! They left behind no mess. I'm so glad I picked Michael's.

David B.

Review of Allen Patterson Residential by

· Beaufort

I know of the architects and planners of the project. I am a retired architect and met some of them during my continuing education classes. I know Seaside and I am familiar with them and their work. They do a great job.

Dionne S.

Review of Storm Team Construction by

· Bowman

I was very satisfied with the work that was done. They kept the site clean and Dwayne communicated with me effectively. They were recommended to be by a co worker.

What is the best way to handle unraveling carpet.
May 14, 2016
seweing kit and a glue strip or sealent under the seam without looking at it. I would call a capet install compamy and have them look at it for sure. Find out what the cause is before the remedy. Gavi ... read more
For a six-foot retaining wall, do you recommend concrete or blocks? If blocks, what kind of products do you recommend?
Jan 19, 2015
Mark, the answer depends on the topo ie the slope and terrain. Consult a local structual engineer.. proper drainage away, footers, rock, filter cloth, french drainect ect ( water is a hydrolic tool) T ... read more

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