Better Way Home improvements, inc

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Review of Lakeside Exteriors by

· Chesterfield

We continually receive compliments on the transformation of our home. With the addition of the front porch and new siding, our home went from a cardboard house (Masonite) to a plastic house to a quality home (James Hardie Fiber Cement Siding). This was a job well done. We are extremely pleased wi... more

Dan W.

Review of DreamMaker of Springfield by

· Springfield

The work was done very professionally. They were extremely organized. They helped us to choose something we just love. I would highly recommend them to anyone that wants to have a real good looking and organized kitchen.

Dan T.

Review of Coach House Garages by

· St. Louis

If you want a painless process and a quality garage I highly recommend Coach House Garages. They listen and guide you to fulfill your garage requirements. Once they start the construction dont blink or you will miss the construction. The building process was amazing. A crew of 7 people showed... more

Peggy C.

Review of Champion Windows of St. Louis by

· Manchester

They highly went over my expectations. They are all friendly, polite, and the workmanship is outstanding.

Is there something I can do for my creaky, poppy hardwood floors without replacing them?

Neil Lima of Lima Contracting PRO answered:

Aug 28, 2014
If basement ceiling is unfinished or has drop ceiling you can usually run 1 1/4" screws from underneath.  It is best to have a helper finding the squeaks and try to measure from the outside walls in o ... read more
Among your "difficult customers" what are the things they do that makes them "difficult"?
Apr 23, 2014
When issues arise during a project we view them as "Bumps in the Road" instead of them being "Road Blocks." If you have hired the correct contractor, they have probably seen the issue before and it ca ... read more

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