Trademark Building Company

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Choosing Logan Homes as our builder was the most important & best decision we made in our move to NC. They were professional, easy to work with and kept up updated on a weekly basis which helped us to feel like we were onsite even though we were 720 miles away in our CT home during the building proc... more

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Integrity is probably the most important quality that we look for in a contractor. With Citadel Enterprises we found that high quality goes hand in hand with integrity. That's the best thing that I can say about them; it was a joy to work with their company.

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· North Myrtle Beach

Contract Exteriors was more than professional and I could not be happier. I do not have one single bad comment to say, they were perfect in everyway.

We don't want any grass in the backyard of our new townhome. Need recommendation for brick masons skilled in laying patio pavers to replace sod.
Sep 12, 2016
Donald,  Where is your townhome located? We are located in the Charleston, South Carolina area and would be happy to refer you to high quality masons. Since masonry contractors vary by location, we wo ... read more
For a six-foot retaining wall, do you recommend concrete or blocks? If blocks, what kind of products do you recommend?
Feb 2, 2015
You need to make sure that the material allows water to pass thru the block or stone.  Both choices can allow water thru if planned ahead.  Blocks can have weep holes that allow water to pass and many ... read more

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