Summit Custom Homes, Inc.

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· Indianapolis

L.J. Stone Co., Inc. always has the highest quality materials,. They did all of our windows, a patio enclosure,our sofits , refinished our kitchen cabinets and counter tops and back splash, a tub enclosure, and a walk in shower enclosure,and now a safety walk in spy tub. We have turned to them for... more

can i replace the formica on my kitchen counters without pulling out and replacing the whole counter. In other words, can you cement new formica over what is t
Sep 23, 2015
Unfortunately, no, applying another layer of laminate is not a viable option. Most homeowners do not have the proper tool to adequately heat the surface to adhere the laminate, as the adhesive typical ... read more
Last edited Sep 24, 2015 8:35am
How difficult to replace a rotted 6x6 PT support post for 2nd floor deck? Other materials that are less likely to rot?
Jul 24, 2015
The difficulty depends on many things. I would say PT post is the way to go, but install it over a post standoff past so water doesnt get trapped between the bottom of the post and whatever it is sitt ... read more

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