W.G. Smith Construction Company, Inc.

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· Grovetown

My experience with Ivey Residential was good as far as getting the home and watching them build the home, After the fact towards the closing I feel they rushed the process. I've brought attention to several issues that have been overlooked. The little things that can be touched up are being fixed bu... more

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· Augusta

I was very pleased with the couple. They were very professional, and she went behind him to make sure he did not leave anything out. I was very pleased with them. They were hard working and worked very good together.

Jane C.

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· Springfield

They are a company that reflects integrity, dependability, honesty, and their work is peerless.

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· Greenville

These guys were the fastest installers I've ever seen. They came, removed, and installed in under 2 hours!

Is there a company that provides a weather proof moving module that the homeowner can fill up with the clean clutter removed from his house and auction if off?
Sep 1, 2015
Bob, Get that clutter Out. You Might look into some good old fashion horse power... i.e. Young men wuith strong backs to assist you. Try asking Your local Youth charities or maybe football programs to ... read more
For a six-foot retaining wall, do you recommend concrete or blocks? If blocks, what kind of products do you recommend?
Jan 19, 2015
Mark, the answer depends on the topo ie the slope and terrain. Consult a local structual engineer.. proper drainage away, footers, rock, filter cloth, french drainect ect ( water is a hydrolic tool) T ... read more

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