ServiceMaster of Charleston

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· Guyton

The installation was re-scheduled at the last minute to the next day. This in itself proved to me that the organization of the company was not of importance. The install crew (contractors) were onsite the following day at the agreed upon time. I chose to finance the installation and before the insta... more

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· Columbia

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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
What are the most cost effective things I can do to improve my home's energy efficiency?

Lane Baker of Saltwater Homes PRO answered:

Sep 27, 2014
I really noticed a difference in my electric bill when I put in a programable thermostat for my HVAC. I tend to keep the air down low and would forget to turn it up when I went to work. The new thermo ... read more

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