Sterling Homes Corporation

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· Houston

Greymark was the best. I didn't think a construction company would really do what they said, top quality work done on time and on budget. Greymark blew me away. Easy to deal with, honored every promise. Did more than I expected. Overall a great experience. I recommend them highly and will use them f... more

Jean F.

Review of Quality Home Products of Texas - Multi Products by

· Katy

Good product. It seems like we will enjoy having this water treatment but I still find it really expensive for what it is.


Review of Allied Siding & Windows - Houston by

· Magnolia

We are extremely happy with the entire process. The construction crew was the best and kept us informed and up to date on each step through out the entire process and cleaned each day of the project. The end result is beautiful! The gutters are not what we expected, we asked for leafless and we g... more

Lorraine F.

Review of MaxHome by

· Houston

Service is slow. Seems too few people worked too hard.

We're considering a pool in our back yard. What should we expect in terms of annual maintenance and associated costs?
Mar 28, 2016
In the Houston Metro Area our customers expierience an annual cost of about 1,500-2,000,  this includes electrical, gas, and chemicals.   These numbers represent an average sized pool, average spa usa ... read more
We live in Columbus Ohio. Do I need a concrete base for a hot tub? The tub will be7'x7'. How important is it to have 220v. ?

Josh Buzzell of Regal Pools PRO answered:

Mar 30, 2015
Yes you really should. With freezing temps, frost, and the funny movement of the earth and setteling its best to just do it right the first time. Pour a 4" slab with some 18" OC Rebar (18" on center). ... read more

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