Hayes Homebuilders is a full-service general contracting firm serving Alamance County and the surrounding areas. Restoring and renovating older homes and building high-end custom homes is our specialty and we do so from concept and design phase to construction completion. We are licensed and fully insured, so you can rest e
Dirt Road Designs offers homeowners contractors, business owners and designers a myriad of skills from fine woodworking to one of a kind concrete elements, specializing in custom pieces and high end finish work.
Brother's Painters is a full-service painting company that performs custom residential and commercial paint jobs. Its experienced painters paint interiors and exteriors, paying close attention to detail and maintaining a tight schedule that stays in line with customer expectations. The painters also work to help protect and maintain building exteriors and fa?ades.
Fully licensed and insured, experts at Esthetically Correct transform yards into groomed, eye-pleasing spaces with landscaping services that range from routine maintenance to elaborate design and construction work. A professional lawn mowing begins with careful edging and trimming work, which quashes a lawn's natural temptation to claw its way across sidewalks, into gardens, and over guests dozing in low-slung hammocks. Mowers then trim grass to an attractive, even length suitable for barefoot strolls and competitive croquet. Clippers clear debris by blowing away shredded grass before departing, leaving yards ready to showcase in the background of family photos or the foreground of ant photos after about 45 minutes.
The insured technicians at Luxury Exterior Solutions work to reduce home’s heating and cooling bills by barricading outside temperatures. To achieve this, they rely on a signature Green Energy Barrier material that’s designed to reflect heat in both directions. When installed in the attic, the barrier blocks incoming heat, keeping homes cool in the summer. During winter, heat attempting to escape the house bounces back, allowing owners to remove the giant fur hat covering the roof.