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Miller's Fancy Bath & Kitchen

Miller’s was founded in 1926 as a simple plumbing business. Three generations and 80+ years later, we have grown into what is now Louisville’s premier kitchen and bath design firm. The one thing that has not changed is our commitment to integrity, personal service and quality products, ranging from “value series” to ultimate luxury to accommodate practically any budget.

Whether a single product sale, a remodeling project, or new home construction; our experienced designers and support team will enjoy serving you, our client. You will discover that our entire talented staff will be professional, enthusiastic and accommodating to all your needs and expectations. Our experience designers will guide you in selecting the complete décor package, including cabinetry, counter tops, floor coverings, plumbing fixtures, lighting, appliances, paint colors and accessories to create your unique dream environment.

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I had vinyl replacement windows installed three years ago in my 70 year old brick home. Could bad installation (shims?) be causing interior wood to pull away?

Carole Weber of Weber Windows PRO answered:

Nov 16, 2017
Cheri, Did this just happen three years after installation or could this have been there from the time of installation and you didn't notice.  Sometimes this can happen, especially on older homes that ... read more
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