W.G. Smith Construction Company, Inc.

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· Grovetown

They were fantastic throughout the whole process. We were really pleased with what we got. They added some extra stuff to the house during the process of negotiation as part of the house to make it easier for us. This is the third house we bought and it's been the absolute best.

Catherine R.

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· Atlanta

Quality products, knowledgeable sales staff, great installation crew. They arrived on time, were respectful of my surroundings and my indoor pets, and I would highly recommend this company!

Dustin K.

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· beaufort

It's absolutely insane how easy this process has been with Gavigan Construction. Their team is fast, efficient and masters at what they do. I would enthusiastically recommend them to any one !

Bonitta B.

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· Augusta

Aging in The Home Remodelers explained the product to me very well and they were able to accomodate my schedule for a last minute emergency.

Do tankless water heaters require any maintenance?
Feb 11, 2015
Daniel, Gavigan Uses Tankless water heat ( Gas or LP) when ever possible. The industry and level of Quaity have surpassed common standards. Knowing how to check and possibly service the system is a a ... read more
Last edited Feb 11, 2015 8:47pm
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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