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Gonyea Homes (inactive)

Gonyea Homes—2012 Builder of the Year—has built its reputation as one of Minnesota's best custom home builders the same way it crafts each and every home: with meticulous attention to detail and skillful customization. Visit one of our available homes in the Twin Cities most exciting and desirable neighborhoods. Gonyea is the region's 7th-largest builder, according to a recent survey by the Builder's Association of the Twin Cities. The top five are all national firms with headquarters outside of Minnesota, making Gonyea the second largest local home builder.

Our team provides an unmatched combination of stability and personalized service. For over 25 years, Gonyea Homes and Remodeling has been known for creating high quality, architecturally rich custom homes with innovative designs that showcase a striking mix of premium materials, artful appointments and expansive spaces. Our remodeling team specializes in dramatic home renovations. All Gonyea homes have something in common: creativity, time-proven materials, and designs inspired by great home of the past. Our attention to even the smallest details is obvious in the results. What will please you most is our exceptional level of service. Our Philosophy

Gonyea Homes believes that quality, customization and service are the three most valuable skills we can offer our clients. As a leading builder of custom homes since 1987, we are experts at infusing quality into our work--step by step, nail by nail--as if we were building each home for ourselves. We offer a degree of customization uncommon among builders today and listen intently to make your ideas spring to life. The result is the creation of the highest quality home, fully customized to your wishes, and built with a superior level of service.

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What is the best type of foam insulation to use on my home?

Tom Kindom of Roofs R Us PRO answered:

Jun 17, 2016
Closed cell
Spray foam attic ceiling to make it a conditioned space

Tom Schiebout of Tomco Company PRO answered:

Feb 9, 2016
Christofer, There is a lot written about your particular condition. What I would do would be to install a spray polyurethane insulation (closed cell insulation) into the attic ceiling and down to and ... read more
Last edited Feb 9, 2016 11:42am

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