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I enjoy working with Grant Homes, not only for the quality of the homes, but the service and the organized way it is set up. the client is given priority!
We were very pleased from start to finish with the personnel that we worked with. We were very happy to work with Oxford Commons on our project.
We bought the house with a roof over 20 years old. We could see the aging and were worried about it. After some extreme weather, there was more damage on the shingles. We feel lucky that Emerson Enterprises' representative, Mr. Ryan Marturano, knocked on our door and helped us along. This is the fir... more
Mario and the team were such a pleasure to deal with. So professional and understanding. I have already given out all of the extra business cards they gave me. Our office looks fantastic!
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