Total Home Roofing and Construction

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Richard M.

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· Winter Garden

I felt I got a quality product for a reasonable price. I felt that any minor mistakes that were made were dealt with professionally and timely by the company. We're definitely pleased with the company overall and the end product. We have had lots of comments about the looks and functionality of the... more

Robert S.

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· Summerfield

We are very happy with our new acrylic walkin shower. Work was done very professionally and on time by very friendly workmen. Minor problems with shower valve installed in reverse and the loss of a small part for my furnished shower door. Both readily fixed. Would recommend them even though the... more

Kevin K.

Review of Ability Wood Flooring by

· Oviedo

Our floors look fantastic! Great craftsmanship and quality. Support your local family owned businesses. You get what you pay for. You can trust Ability.

Val P.

Review of Florida Home-Improvement Associates by

· Sanford

I would do another project with them at any time. They were professional in every aspect of the job. They were very courteous. I would definitely use them again.

We live in a condo and cannot attach anything to the outside of the building. We would like a patio cover or retractable awning. Is there anyway to do this?
Jul 7, 2015
Unfortunately we do not do any type of awnings. What i would do is call the HOA and ask them what they allow back there. 
Can a tankless water heater be installed in my condominium?
Jun 2, 2015
Yes you can. However every condominium association has its owns rules and regulations.

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