Advanced Siding and Windows LLC

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Daniel S.

Review of Grayhawk Homes by

· Clive

The agent for Grayhawk homes was very unproffessional and not helpful. The quality of the trim work in our homes is well below par. I would not pay what I did for the home knowing now what I know.

David K.

Review of Superior Exteriors by

· Johnston

I've been involved in many commercial and residential construction projects and this was the best experience with contractor and subs. They performed exactly as described during sales. Subs were informed of job requirements and followed through. Project managed well and I believe sales/project manag... more

Rod C.

Review of Silent Rivers Design + Build by

· Des Moines

My wife and I own an older home--it was built in around 1910--in the Owl's Head historic district, just south of Grand. Silent Rivers has worked with us on a number of projects that were challenging and required innovative approaches to what needed to be done. Silent Rivers has always struck the r... more

Anne Z.

Review of Zinnel Roofing and Exteriors by

· Humboldt

We were very pleased with how the crew cleaned up after. They even followed up the following day to do more clean up.

whats the differnce in LP SmartSiding and the Hardi Plank board siding?
Apr 17, 2018
LP is a woodbased product, where Hardi Plank is a fiber cement. They ar both very similar in cost here in the midwest. LP Smartsiding if fairly new the market as well. 
Is it normal for new gutters to "snap" as they cool down in the evening?
Brenda, This can depend on the building materials and the darker the color of the materials. In my experience this seems to be more common with darker colors as they tend to absorb more heat than the ... read more

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