Samson-Jagger aka Creative Bath Systems

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· Savannah

I'm having condensation on 3 windows at bottom on the glass. I don't know if that's normal but I thought they said it wasn't supposed to do that.

Do you have to use a specific light bulb when using a dimmer switch.
Nov 11, 2016
Definitely use the LED bulbs but be sure that they are dimmable. The light output is much, much better than any other type of bulb. I know that they are more expensive but the CFL-type bulbs burn out ... read more
When a house is built and there's scratches as to where you can see a drill was use to install cave it's, is there a monetary value compensation or replace?

Rob Myers of Myers Homes PRO answered:

Jul 11, 2015
I assume by "cave" you might been "cove" or some other trim or millwork. It isn't a hard thing to fill any scratches, resand, and touch up an area like that, and that's something your builder should h ... read more

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