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Even though I myself am in the construction industry, (I develop high-rise buildings for a living) we asked Carmelin Homes to handle the construction of our home. We couldn’t have been more delighted with Mario, Oliver and their product. In fact, we were positively floored with their attention to detail, the level of quality, the competence of their personnel, and their ability to assemble all the information to help us make informed decisions, because it’s something we’ll have to live with for a long period of time. For us, this has been an enormously comfortable experience. We were able to sit back and watch people who are truly artisans, whether it was the concrete man or the finish carpenter. The bottom line is you’re dealing with people who truly understand what they’re doing and take enormous pride in their work.