The best money I have spent for my project. Our design specialist Johanna was great. Our project went from confusion to organized and budgeted. We are shopping our Kohler products now.
All office staff, every crew member courteous. kind, considerate, and professionally knowledgeable.
I used Oak Crest because Jerry McElroy is a Brother Mason and Thomas Rove is very knowledgeable and is working with my insurance Company directly to make sure my home is like it was before the Hurricane. it;s nice have someone see over your investment as i work and can't meet every sub-contractor al... more
It was overall a really great experience working with them and getting this project done.
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