Staggs Nursery & Landscaping

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Grey L.

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It took us 6 months to get the job done. It still is not completely finished but we're tired of dealing with it. We signed an agreement saying that things may be damaged in the process but they completely threw the roof off without looking where it went. A bed of rose bushes was destroyed and they b... more

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Even though they discovered a gas line where they were going to put a picture window, they agreed with me to remove it and it looks beautiful!

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· Cornelius

I am very pleased wth the house and the quality of the materials and the people that built it. We are tickled pink to be here.

Dan W.

Review of Champion Windows of Johnson City by

· Jonesborough

Very happy with the finished product. Crew that did patio room could have swept up each day after working because I have dogs that I had to take out on leash during the process, and at the end of the day I had to sweep up the small bits of meetal so my dogs wouldn't step on them. The gentleman tha... more

What's the best way to hang a Christmas wreath on the new door? Can a nail be used to suspend the wreath? Elaine Donnelly
Dec 30, 2016
You can put a small tack on the top of the door and hang a piece of fishing line down from that to attach the wreath to. Make sure the tack does not stick up high enough to hit the top jamb of the doo ... read more
We have Thermofoil kitchen cabinets that were white but have yellowed over the last 15 years. Can you paint Thermofoil?
Oct 1, 2015
Unfortunately, you really can't paint over Thermofoil.  If you don't want to replace all of the cabinets, we usually suggest replacing just the doors and drawer fronts.  Those are done in Thermofoil, ... read more

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