Suncor Development Company

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· Phoenix

Highland roofing has a lot to offer. Most of there staff is friendly and great to work with. The crews in the field are more than professional and will get the job done. Sales could be a little more helpful and friendly and better communicators.

Tim G.

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· Phoenix

This is the second time that I have use FREELITE and I was very pleased first time and the second time I was even happier. They provide prompt estimates, prompt service when order, and the quality of product is exceeding my expectations. I have had the product in for 6 months and have not had any is... more

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Review of Moon Valley Nurseries by

· Phoenix

We have now purchased the majority of the plantings for our new home from Moon Valley. There has never been the slightest issue. They keep a tight schedule, they are professional, and the quality of their product and work is the best!

Karl T.

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· Queen Creek

MTS is awesome and we have been using their services for over 20 years. The most reliable professional crew you will ever use. They are the most reliable contractor we have EVER used. Thank you MTS!

Can a raised entry foyer be lowered?
Jul 15, 2016
When sunken living rooms were the rage, many of them were below grade. Later on some decided that being on all one level was more desirable so it became popular to fill them with concrete to the level ... read more
I have trim boards to install that will cap over exposed block foundation. What ways should I attach these? They will be primed and painted when installed.
Jul 15, 2016
So that I can better answer your question, can you further explain what you mean when you say "cap over". I am thinking that perhaps you are referringĀ to theĀ horizontal trim piece between your siding ... read more

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