X-Pools, LLC

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Jerry B.

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· Phoenix

From my initial phone call asking for a proposal to the finished product, we have felt like we were treated professionally and with honesty. After considering other offers, we decided there was no comparisons to the product & warranty offered by Freelite. The work was done in advance of the promis... more

Richard C.

Review of Rosie on the House Remodeling by

· Phoenix

The contractor's expertise, experience & going the extra mile, along with keeping a watchful eye over all subcontractors and holding them accountable for all aspects of their work was instrumental in the success of my project.

Therese B.

Review of Moon Valley Nurseries by

· Queen Creek

Super nice people at the nursery. Very helpful. They are expensive. I wished I had shopped around I could have save some money. The crew that did the planting was okay. They buried our deep watering valve when we called to ask if they remember seeing it they weren't to friendly...but they did come b... more

Des B.

Review of Premier Kitchen and Bath by

· Mesa

What a great company! Exceptional customer service throughout the renovation process. Aimee was fantastic in her design of my new bathrooms while working with our budget. Kent was always available. Any problem was handled seamlessly. I would not hesitate to recommend Premier Kitchen and Bath to a... more

What should homeowners be asking a contractor before making a hiring decision?
Jun 7, 2017
In addition to the informaton that you already received, hereĀ is a Q&A I wrote back in 1998 that might help. Question:I have some minor repairs that need to be done.Can I use an unlicensed handym ... read more
What should I do if a tree has started to lose its bark?
May 2, 2017
There could be infection spreading under the bark. Sooty Canker is one possibilty, black powdery fingus spreading under the bark. Have an arborist look at it. May be able to remove infect branches, tr ... read more

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