Cambria faq’s

Cambria faq's We like

  • “Spectacular” may be the only word I’m able to develop to explain our fabulous new countertop. We like it… John & Take advantage of were

    Cambria faq's meet our deadlineso professional, and also friendly. We’re able to not have access to requested for anything better. We’re absolutely delighted.

    – Geraldine Witowski – Canton, Michigan –

  • I was very astounded by the professionalism, reliability , understanding from the installers, we’ve got the technology used, and particularly your policy of client satisfaction. Everybody was very useful and prepared to address our concerns and answer the endless questions […]

    – Richard and Rosemarie Jozwiak – Bay City, MI –

  • I’ve been a builder / re modeler for a lot of, a long time and merely desired to take the time to explain my first knowledge about your organization. I observed the task being templated, installed now serviced and also to say I’ve been impressed could be an understatement. Every facet of the task was on [&hellip]

    – James R. Spang Construction – Grosse Ile, MI –

  • We’d two installs yesterday, so that as I had been departing the first  job I believed how easy everyone at Blasius make my job.  All your staff are first class people as well as their professionalism, reliability , skills makes Northern Michigan Hardwoods the champion.  Whenever your guys leave the task site and my homeowners [&hellip]

    – Kathy – Designer @ Northern Michigan Hardwoods –

  • Everything went very well on the shoot in Detroit. Your guys – Brandon, Jerry, and Ron – were rock stars. These were very accommodating in our schedule, expert installers, and focused on the effective completing the task. In a nutshell, we couldn’t have requested for additional. I’m intending to send a far more formal letter of [&hellip]

    – Chris Wolfe – Producer of “Ask This Old House” –

  • Many thanks for that fantastic job all of you did around the granite and marble for the new house! Your professionalism, reliability , focus on detail are first rate! We especially appreciate you squeezing us to your hectic agenda, to ensure that we’re able to meet our deadline!

    – Jon & Stacy – Vassar, MI –

  • We simply wanted to show you how pleased we’re with this new countertop. It’s beautiful and makes the kitchen at home look elegant. When Joe came to help make the template, he was promptly, friendly and thorough.Cellular phone crew was equally friendly, very and also professional. The “parents” who supervised for all of us were very [&hellip]

    – Linda and John – Perry, MI –


Full-Time RV Living – Our Winnebago Aspect 30c Home


Mari Rodriguez: Very nice video…Beautiful rig ( Home :)) #Stayblessed

slightlybent47: Remember the grasshopper and the ant?\nIf you run around spending all your money on a nomadic lifestyle, how are you going to deal with retirement?\nYou can't live on the road for ever.

Sue Moore: +slightlybent47 yes, all true. The hobby farm we have is an investment. I have it set up for self-sustainment. If I rent it out, I could get an income to travel and let someone else do the everyday maintenance. I agree about investment strategies…all vehicles, RVs too…depreciate horribly. which is why I dont like buying them new…I prefer a well made brand a few years old. But the freedom and travel of the lifestyle is very appealing to me. I've thought about the same things. I would have to keep a storage unit for my plan, if you follow my drift. My back up plan would be to return. I think the RV lifestyle is also a type of minimalist living though, not only entertainment. I would like to keep in touch, if that's ok. seems like we have a lot in common.

Mike and Willene Gladu: To me the adventures, memories, photographs, people you meet are something of a returnable investment. We like having a home base but want to go on more RV travels while we can before our health declines.

Dwight Stewart: We own a house and a 19-ft travel trailer. As such, we have the comfort and convenience of a full-size home (garage, workshop, craft room, garden, etc), yet can hit the highway whenever, to go wherever, we want. In my book, that’s the ultimate freedom. We’re not stuck in a big house, nor are we stuck only in a tiny camper.

That's Matt: Sweet rv man, i love it.

Ari L: Cool rv

Dave Butch: Very nice

Allel: Thank you for the display of the camper, I'm impressed by what surface inside

scooman: How much does it cost a month to stay in an RV park? Thanks.