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07/04/2012
By: mfraembs
TNM Building & Development
TNM Building & Development is a full service, family owned and operated business. Licensed, bonded and insured, they offer design and project management services for residential and commercial construction in Las Cruces, Hatch, and Mesilla. They provide in-house design, development and construction services for new construction, remodeling and renovation projects as well additions. They feel that a high quality and superb client relationship is the heart of their business and is sole factor of a successful company.
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07/09/2017
By: Joe W.
Hakes Brothers
I could not agree less with the previous review. We purchased our home from Hakes in east El Paso. The house is top quality and well built with a very reasonable price tag. The workman that got our house ready were craftsman and did excellent work. The warranty process is simple and fast, for the few minor issues we had. Usually a 48 hour turnaround. If I had it to do over again I would buy from them again. We purchased our home in March 2017. Could not be happier.
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08/30/2016
By: Jessi M.
Milagro Construction
I called this contractor when I had some hail damage from the bad storms last October. They were there the next day after I called to look at it and gave me an estimate the following day. They wound up being less than the insurance gave us for the job. I was very pleased, and will use them again if anything ever comes up where I need more work done!
10/24/2016
By: Melissa O.
Z-Ro Industries
This business was recommended to me through someone who used them previously and had only good things to say about them. I was extremely impressed by the quality of work that was done to my home and would highly recommend them. They are very knowledgeable in all areas of construction. 5 stars!
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04/04/2016
By: Elisa sesa K.
Abba Masonry
they put in 200% kind, beautiful work, fast, and through. good prices, and i'm telling all my friends about abba. they also do medicade and medicare work, ramps, bathrooms, and ect. i will use them again for anything i need done thanks abba.
09/05/2015
By: Damyn L.
ServiceMaster Fire and Water Recovery
service master is the company to choose. they helped me through a time of crisis. not only did they give an outstanding performance, they were very polite, organized, and well ran. I would definitely recommend them.
11/17/2016
By: Erik E.
Vista del Valle Construction
Outstanding work and professionalism m!! Very prompt with his work and always made it a priority to resolve any of my issues!! Would definitely recommend to all my friends and neighbors!!
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05/09/2017
By: Jared C.
Jared Curry Construction
Quality, Detail, and Experience. Jared Curry Construction is a third generation builder and specialized in hands on home building in Las Cruces New Mexico
Tips & Advices
Roofers commonly use certain supplies to handle the task of roof repair. A scaffold or a shingle lift is often used to access the roof. Roofers wear hard hats, and they typically wear soft-soled steel-toed shoes that protect their feet and provide optimum traction. Roofers use basic equipment such as caulking guns, paint brushes, electric or cordless drills, wheelbarrows, pop-rivet guns, power brooms, power spudders, shovels, backpack blowers, and high-pressure washers.
Certain supplies are needed when performing a do-it-yourself roof repair project. Working on a roof can be dangerous, and a safety harness with a rope and anchor point is essential equipment if you want to help prevent a fall. You'll also need a ladder, roofing nails, a crowbar, a utility knife, a tape measure, a chalk line, and a hammer.
Algae-resistant roofing shingles are shingles that have been specially built to resist algae growth. A common method for accomplishing this involves including copper granules in the shingles during the manufacturing process. Algae growth can cause unsightly black streaks on your home's roof, and this may lower your property values.
It can take less than a day to put on a new roof, but it could take as long as several days if the roof is large and complex. Weather conditions will also impact the length of time required for this task, and wind, snow, or rain will slow the process.
In general, the average lifespan of a roof is 20 to 25 years. However, the lifespan of your home's roof will be closely linked to the roofing materials used. Roofing made with asphalt shingles can last 15-30 years, and a metal roof may last 30-45 years. A roof made with concrete tile could last 35-50 years.

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