The Cherokee Group

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Richard C.

Review of Champion Windows of Atlanta by

· Dahlonega

I thought it was a good experience. We always had people return our calls when we needed.

Eileen K.

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· Lenoir City

I was completely satisfied...with Hullco personnel...from the initial appointment in my home to gather information on either putting in a 'walk in' tub or a 'deep soaking' tub to the final installation of my choice...the 'deep soaking' tub. It is just beautiful in appearance...and equally pleasura... more

Marie F.

Review of Champion Windows of Johnson City by

· Erwin

I absolutely would not recommend Champion of Johnson City TN to anyone. The workmanship of the installation of the windows (we replaced EVERY window in our home so this was not an overnight and cheap job) was less than acceptable. Had to have the crew back out on 3-4 different occasions to "fix" the... more

Nick W.

Review of HMC Builders by

· Clemson

Jones and the rest of his crew are always nothing short of awesome. They don't cut corners and the job is always done right and on time! I have recommended him to multiple people and they have all bee very happy with HMC too. 10/10 recommend them.

When it comes to pool renovations, what improvements would you choose?

Sasha Cole of ACC Construction PRO answered:

Dec 8, 2017
Great questions. Answer will depend on your overall renovation budget and projected use of the pool. You may wish to track your use and cost (maintanence, electric, water, personal hours cleaning, che ... read more
Do you have to use a specific light bulb when using a dimmer switch.

Todd Usher of Addison Homes PRO answered:

Jul 28, 2016
A standard dimmer switch will easily control a traditional incandescent bulb.  If you choose to use a compact fluorescent or LED bulb, you will need to install a "C dot L" dimmer, which is designed to ... read more

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