Smee Builders

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Matt C.

Review of Dave Packer Custom Builder by

· Bakersfield

Dave and his team did an excellent job on our home. Dave is a details guy, and when choosing a builder, that was something we were looking for. Throughout our build, Dave and his team would notice little things that we would have glanced over. Dave takes pride in his product, and it shows.

Annette T.

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· Atascadero

Talked to different solar companies, with a lot of different answers. Solarponics , Inc. gave honest answers to all questions asked with printed material that could be verified, easily to understand. The staff gave us the time to make an informed and proper purchase for our needs.

Christy C.

Review of 3 Blind Mice by

· Clovis

It is nice quality material but it is a little costly.

Bill D.

Review of Northwest Exteriors by

· Visalia

We had representative come out for an estimate several years ago, and at the time were not in a position to go ahead with the project. Because of our first contact with Northwest, we asked them to call periodically, which they did, but the representatives were always professional without being high... more

What are they best types of windows to preserve heat in the winter and cool air in the summer for residential homes?
Aug 13, 2016
The answer to this question is directly related to the climate that you live in.  The major window manufacturers offer glazing that is designed for the solar heat gain and temperatures in the various ... read more
I have a client that would like to frame, insulate & drywall over a exterior door in her kitchen. The home is in DC are there any code issues or permits req?
Jun 24, 2016
They would have to remove the door, tie in with new framing, insulate properly then drywall the area. No permits are required as long as the structure of the home is not affected. door frame is been e ... read more

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