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  1. Hello, my name is Julio Mireles and i am an architect by profession and resident of Lake Chapala, born and raised in our beautiful ribera and want to offer my services as a general contractor. I have been working for more than 5 years out of the region and want to offer my services and experience as a builder, property maintenance and property management. My Core Principles Honesty - We are available to contact via phone and email, and always keep communication open with our clients. We don't turn up late or forget to call in advance, and we are always honest with pricing and time estimations. Value for Money - Working with JM / ARQ means no hidden costs right from the start. We offer free no-obligation quotes and work within your budget. Efficiency and Reliability - We don't waste your time by failing to turn up. Our reputation is built on having a team of dependable workers who don't stretch projects out unnecessarily or make excuses. if you have any repair , remodeling or problems with your home , give me a call.
  2. We have a coffee table with folding sides that also raises to become a dining table. It is SO handy when we have company! However, two screws that mount the raising/lowering mechanism to the wooden table have fallen out. I know, it sounds so simple to just replace 2 screws, but we can't get a screwdriver down in there to replace them, even after releasing the powerful springs of the mechanism. It is like we need a screwdriver with a 90-degree bend in it! Does anyone know of someone who can fix this table?
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