Bella Remodeling & Roofing

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Herk J.

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· Savage

Dave Herstad at Windowoutfitters was extremely knowledgeable and responsive. He gave us informative advise on the product, advised us on delivery times and coordinated delivery with the contractor in our absence.

Phil G.

Review of Twin Cities Siding Professionals by

· Bloomington

Twin Cities Siding delivered as promised and more. The proposal presentation and documentation was thorough, detailed, and highly professional. TCSP was always willing to work with us to make design changes both prior to and during the entire process. Their crews were always on the job early and... more

Jennifer A.

Review of Storm Group Roofing, LLC by

· Burnsville

We are really happy with the work they did and would recommend them. Just be home when they come out to avoid having to have them come back out to address anything not to your expectations.

Dave K.

Review of Legacy Restoration (Minnesota) by

· Hutchinson

Legacy Restoration did an excellent job replacing my hail damaged roof. From start to finish they were very efficient and professional. Thank you Legacy!

What is fiber cement siding and how does it compare with the cost of vinyl?
Aug 15, 2017
J.H. Fiber cement is composed of 70% concrete and 30% celluoose. Cellulose being ground up paper. Both water and cement wick moisture so if you use these products be sure to read and follow installati ... read more
What will be the difference in measurements for new installation vs. replacement insert windows.
Jul 25, 2017
They are definitely measured differently.  The insert window you would measure inside the existint window frame, which in most cases is built out of 3/4" lumber all the way around.  For a full replace ... read more

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