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Re-side Inc.

Since completing his first job in 2004, David Mills has grown to become one of central Indiana's leading home improvement contractors by specializing and focusing on Fiber Cement and other quality building products. David's professional approach to evaluating potential client needs has helped hundreds of homeowners preserve and maintain their homes integrity, value and appearance while saving them thousands of dollars in heating, cooling and maintenance costs. David Mills is recognized as central Indiana's fiber cement remodeling authority and educator. He regularly lectures real estate professionals and has been a guest speaker for the Indiana Home Inspector Continuing Education Program. David's strict quality control guidelines and attention to detail limit annual production to just over 100 homes a year. Contact Re-side today and experience a different kind of contractor.

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