Robert Vela Homes LLC

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Leslie W.

Review of On Time Baths + Kitchens by

· Austin

I really enjoyed working with the staff at On Time Baths. Michael's suggestions and ideas for my new bathroom were very helpful. He walked me through the process and made the whole experience pleasant. The worker's were so nice, prompt, and very tidy. I plan on doing another bathroom soon and wi... more

Jesse L.

Review of Champion Windows of San Antonio by

· San Antonio

They were on time and the seemed very knowledgeable and everything feels really good. Everything was taken care of and I didn't have to worry about anything. I would surely recommend them to anyone needing window replacement.


Review of Southwest Exteriors by

· San Antonio

My husband and I were pleased with the quality of the windows and the interactions with the staff at Southwest Exteriors. The work was done well and in at timely manner. The schedule was communicated clearly to us.

Donald S.

Review of LeafFilter of Austin by

· Cedar Park

If there are large Oak trees over the roof, this system is of no value whatsoever.the only thing that changes is instead of 'cleaning out' the rain gutters, it is necessary to 'clean the gutters off'...!The debris (leaves oak flowers or “tassles") falling from the Oak trees on the roof are washed... more

I have a waterless water tank supplied with gas. I want a water softener. Who would I call to purchase and install. Thanks
Sep 13, 2017
We use Culligan for our house and they install.  Hiring a plumber is not necessary.
What are the top 3 energy efficiency upgrades I can do to my 2-story home?

Josh Way of Jarrett Industries PRO answered:

Aug 11, 2016
Step one, if you have siding use a insulated vinyl siding with silica gel. Replace your windows with a double or triple insulated window system. And third your doors are very important. When you do re ... read more

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