The Turnage Co.

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Everyone at Haile Kitchen and Bath has been a pleasure to work with. They took the time to understand what we wanted for our kitchen, made helpful suggestions, worked within our budget and turned it into a reality. Even more rare for home renovations is that there were no surprises - no extra charge... more

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· Orange Park

This company did everything in their power to make sure that we were satisfied with their service and product provided. When unexpected surprises arose in the process of completing the project, they were quick to modify and communicate any needs, concerns, or changes that might need to be made. They... more

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· Gainesville

Perry did a great job. Everything was smooth. They did what they said they would do, on time and on budget. My roof was big, steep and difficult to get to. Perry did the job with the utmost professionalism.

Luis Z.

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· Jacksonville

Zachary truly helped us through our situation, I would like to thank him for doing a good job.

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Mar 21, 2017
When having anyone working in your home verify that they are insured. Ask for a current copy of thier insurance information. Once you have that call thier insurance agent and verify that the coverage ... read more
Has anyone built a full size basketball court in their back yard? I want one, but I don't know where to start, any thoughts?
Feb 2, 2015
Be certain that this is something you plan to use for years and years as the ROI on homeowner-specific improvements are not very high.  Budget for the concrete work involved is usually around $15-20K ... read more

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