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By: Caro I.
Best Roofing & Siding
Completely unprofessional, crew has not roofing knowledge, they showed up hours late. Representative won't respond to any messages.
By: Petra S.
Kitchen & Bath Decor & More
The service was excellent, the people were easy to deal with and everyone really went the extra mile. My kitchen looks like a kitchen from a magazine.
By: Mark D.
Iraj Taghi Custom Homes
We bought a home from a couple which was built by Iraj Taghi. We have discovered several major flaws in the construction that have been very costly to us, but which Mr Taghi has refused to take any responsibility for. Primarily, these were problems with improper installation of the roof on our home, and the leakage and wood decay associated with the leaks only showed up over time. We have spent over $40,000 repairing one roof issue and are about to spend another $10,000 on another. This all gets back to the improper installation of membranes, flashing, etc... which are critical but not apparent to the naked eye.
By: Faith L.
Blue Star Roofing Contractors
This contractor gave me a quote on servicing my roof and when I called to commit his phone and email were not valid. What happened to him? I like his assessment and it seem he knew what he was doing.
By: Ed K.
Kitchen & Bath Decor & More
Life goes better when you have businesses like this to save you time and money in a crisis situation, like Harvey. They gave us a few discounts and we were able to finance to get our home livable again and pretty much all brand new.
By: Leslie G.
A & A Gomez Roofing
This company put a new roof on my house in 2008. They did a terrible job had been repairing it since 2010, 2013, until now 2017, I had to put a new roof with a different company, of course. They lied about the warranty, they have been charging every time it needed a repair. I do not recommend this company to anyone.
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By: Jack D.
Marwood Construction
Over the years we felt that our kitchen had surpassed its utility and was becoming an embracement when our friends and family would visit. We found ourselves making excuses and seldom entertaining in our home. We were also not satisfied with how small and closed in it felt. We interviewed 3 general contractors and decided to select Marwood Construction to work with. What I really liked is that I did not feel like I was being sold something. It was like sitting down with an extremely knowledgeable friend. We discussed the options and layouts possibilities, targeted a line by line budget and drew some plans up. Ten weeks later I am in my new kitchen,.... it is fantastic. They made this easy and fun, thanks guys.
By: Camille X.
Kitchen & Bath Decor & More
Great home improvement place. They redid our home after Harvey. We're happy again in our home and we can thank Kitchen and Bath Decor and More for getting us back into an even more beautiful home after all the damage that happened from the flood. It's hard to believe but they did a GREAT Job!
By: Tomas D.
Kitchen & Bath Decor & More
Personally I LOVE their showroom. It's got everything. I stayed for at least 2 hours looking and matching just the right materials for our home remodel. The designers were very helpful and had great ideas as well for our space. Thanks for being so nice to us. We are going to use them as soon as we get our FEMA settlement we will pay off our 0% financing that we took them up on to get the job started right away. Easy process and we don't have to wait inevitably on the government to get our home back within livability.
By: Donna W.
Kitchen & Bath Decor & More
I appreciate that this business was professional and easy to work with. The sales person was terrific. They cleaned up everything from the flood in our home. I was also impressed with the quality of the product and the quality of the workers.
Tips & Advices
According to the National Association of Homebuilders (NAHB), the ten most common home improvement projects are, in order from the top: bathroom remodel, kitchen remodel, whole-house remodeling, room addition, window/doors replacement, basement finishing, bathroom additions, property-damage repair, decks, and roofing.
The most common types of house siding are wood, asbestos (read the warning labels!), aluminum or steel, vinyl, hardboard composite, fiberglass, and cement fiber. Few contractors use asbestos for any residential siding anymore.
On average, it costs $25-$50 per square foot for basement refinishing. Those numbers can climb as high as $100 per square foot depending on materials and labor. On average, most basement refinishing costs around $30,000. Before getting estimates, it’s a good idea to know your square footage and work out a per-square-foot budget so you know what you can afford.
The National Air Duct Cleaners Association recommends having your ducts cleaned every three to five years. While there are variables for all homes, such as number of residents, air quality and pets, every two years is considered adequate maintenance of your ducts.
If you are looking for straight return-on-investment value, the best home improvement project is insulation. That might may seem surprising, but valuable energy efficiency makes it the top home improvement project. Steel entry doors, manufactured stone veneer, kitchen remodel, and garage door replacement round out the top five ROI home improvement projects.

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