Location-Brentwood, TN Reviews
The first known residents of Brentwood were prehistoric Native Americans. Known as Mound Indians or Stone Box Indians, these Mississippian-period people built mounds with ceremonial buildings. Such early villages have been found in the Meadowlake subdivision, at the library site on Concord Road and at Primm Historic Park where the largest of the mounds is still visible today. By 1300 the groups had seemingly disappeared. No one knows if it was due to disease or to their choosing to leave because of threat of warfare. -Wikipedia
Fernando SegoviaAngie's List-Very pleased with the service. Mr. Clark responded to our e-mails promptly, stopped by to give us an estimate, ordered the door and scheduled installation right away, and was very punctual, professional, and polite.
Mike HarrisGoogle-My garage door stopped working. I saw that it had a broken spring. Called Oasis at 8 am. Phil gave me a price over the phone and said he could be out that morning. He arrived about 11:30. I was a little nervous because my car was still in the garage. He said that it would be ok. This was a double door insulated and with steel on both sides. Weighed 240 lbs. He worked quickly but never touched my car. Two springs were needed. Took about 90 min. He did a fantastic job. Charged me the quoted price which was very reasonable. Do not hesitate to call!