South Coast Home Solutions, Inc

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Karin D.

Review of Moon Valley Nurseries by

· Winchester

My experience was awful. Christian was very pleasant when I first picked out my trees, but everyone else I dealt with could never resolve my problem. Committed delivery times were later than I was told on all occasions. All the trees I purchased have done poorly, no leaves, total shock, planted in... more

Donald H.

Review of Marrokal Design & Remodeling by

· San Diego

good concept. Mediocre execution at best. If it wasn't for the city inspector it would have been a disaster. Particle board with melamine is "high end custom cabinets"?

Casey P.

Review of System Pavers by

· Agoura Hills

Mignon was very knowledgeable and helped us in creating a design with which we were extremely happy. She responded back to us in a timely manner on all occasions. We would not hesitate to recommend Mignon as a very competent consultant.

PUGA R.

Review of Precision Countertops, Inc. by

· DANA POINT

The installation and measuring crews were professional and very polite. Britney at headquarters was very responsive and helpful. We are very satisfied with the finished product.

I live in Southern California and just bought a condo. I need my windows replaced. Is there really much of a difference between vinyl and aluminum windows?

Brandon Johnson answered:

Sep 27, 2017
Hello Aleric,This is a great question as we get this all the time. Let's compare the two Design Vinyl windows are more attractive and has more options for finishes, but they are thicker than aluminum. ... read more
What is the biggest "gotcha!" that customers experience when doing a kitchen remodel? (and how do I avoid them?)
Being too trendy especially if you are going to sell the home in a few years.  Also, if you are staying in your home, installing cheap cabinets like IKEA is a big mistake.

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