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  1. I'd like to recommend Antonio Nuñez as an excellent overall home maintenance, renovation and construction contractor. The work he has done for us includes a complete casita renovation (including new tile flooring), a complete bathroom renovation, extensive selitre repair, lots of interior and exterior painting, and even creating and installing a wrought-iron security gate over our CFE meter. Antonio SPEAKS ENGLISH and is an extraordinarily honest, trustworthy and very nice guy. Here is his contact information: Antonio Nuñez Antonio’s Cell Phone: (333) 474-4322 Antonio’s Home Phone: 766-2057 Alex
  2. I don't know how to spell it correctly but I know most Lakeside residents know what I am talking about. One wall in my house has celitre/selitre and I have fixed it twice in 3 weeks. I have had engineers from the town and from a private firm and they are telling me the same thing--but I'm not really sure that they are correct in their assessment of the cause. I want to find a professional engineer to help me find the cause before I rip up my floors. The professional guy told me I have a leak in an underground pipe and the town engineers first said that I did and then changed their minds. A friend who knows them said that they had no formaleducation (how do they get those city jobs??) but I don't know if that's true or not. Can anyone point me to a professional engineer who can help me find the real cause? I know that it's a problem here but not twice in 3 weeks. I know there is something else happening under that wall and I need to find out what it is.
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