Robert Daigle Bldrs Inc

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We signed our contract on December 7th. As of June 7th the project has still not been completed. The project has been repeatedly delayed, then done incorrectly, then sat for weeks waiting on the electrical. Then it rained and water is leaking from every fan that was installed and from numerous other... more

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I love my new water treatment system! Everyone involved was very professional and did an outstanding job.Now I won't have hard water spots on everything. And the water tastes so much better. Should have purchased this a very long time ago. Then I wouldn't have had to replace my ice maker and hot wat... more

Do you have to use a specific light bulb when using a dimmer switch.
You can use a dimmable CFL in case you want to go with energy savings. 
We live in Columbus Ohio. Do I need a concrete base for a hot tub? The tub will be7'x7'. How important is it to have 220v. ?
If you are installing a Hot Tub you will need a Concrete base or a solid base of Pavers or Stone, it must be level to distribute weight evenly. This ensures no water damadge to the bottom of the unit ... read more
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