Southland Log Homes

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Nutee U.

Review of Saussy Burbank by

· Huntersville

Saussy Burbank:- Caring, Affordable, Reasonable pricing. Efficient teamwork. Saussy Burbank Staffs: Barbara, Jeff, Dottie and Ellen acted very well on our behalf during construction process when issues came up just like they were building their homes. We appreciate this very much.Barbara is the... more

James B.

Review of Aging In The Home Remodelers by

· Hephzibah

Aging In The Home Remodelers were absolutely fantastic. They explained the work for me from day one to ensure the work was done the way it needed to be. They had to make a few revisions to get the tub in my home, and they did an excellent job taking care of everything. They double checked everything... more

Mark H.

Review of Ivey Residential by

· Evans

They did a great overall job. The process itself was streamlined and very thought through from the consumers prospective. It was very seamless. I got a great value for what I paid for and it was a smooth process. There are so many things going into it so the smoother it goes the better. Each st... more

Ringer C.

Review of Spangler Restoration by

· Charlotte

The only remotely good thing I can say is the work was done and looks good. Now for the bad. It took over 5 months from the initial emergency call to get the work started. Even though I was told I was one of the first in line to have the work done. This was all because my paperwork was lost. They we... more

If a chimney needs rebuilding who do I look for? A roofer or a stone mason?
Do you have to use a specific light bulb when using a dimmer switch.

Todd Usher of Addison Homes PRO answered:

Jul 28, 2016
A standard dimmer switch will easily control a traditional incandescent bulb.  If you choose to use a compact fluorescent or LED bulb, you will need to install a "C dot L" dimmer, which is designed to ... read more

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