Talbot Remodeling

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Review of Craftsman Design and Renovation by

· Portland

Ho often can you say that you honestly miss the sub contractors that were working on a job in your home? The CDR team is frankly amazing in their cohesiveness. Wade and Chelly were patient and welcoming from our very first meeting, presenting us with numerous options for our project. Our foreman Jo... more

Mitch B.

Review of System Pavers by

· Lacey

System Pavers employees were very friendly.The worked with me on a design and when I wanted to make some minor changes, they didn't get upset. I'm very happy with the outcome. it was well worth it.

Mike T.

Review of Champion Windows of Portland by

· Silverton

We, Mike & Jill, can recommend Champion Windows of Portland to anyone considering a new Sunroom. The quality of the materials, and the expertise of the installers is noteworthy.

Steven M.

Review of Precision Countertops, Inc. by

· Sw Portland

They charged us a lot of money for counters that did not fit. 4 sections of quartz counter in our kitchen and bath room. 3 did not fit on installation but were installed anyway. Very hard to understand when they use laser template and CNC cutting machines. In the end I have 2 sections of counter... more

What can you do to a builder who takes three years to build a home that should take one year to build.
Jul 13, 2017
Mark I'm sorry to hear you're having trouble with your contractor.  I certainly wouldn't understand all of your situation, but I'll try to offer some general advise. First and foremost you should try ... read more
Why would I have outside outlet be flashing with a red light?
Sep 14, 2016
Most likely it is a GFCI outlet which esssentially means the circut has been blown at the outlet. This usually happens if a drop of water or a hard bump occured within the circuit. If this is the case ... read more

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