Beyer Cabinets

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Review of Rock & Tait Exteriors, LLC by

· Elk Mound

The project exceeded our expectations on what was done to improve our home. All people involved; we feel went above and beyond to accomplish the end results which are a beautiful home and pleased home owners.


Review of Mad City Windows and Baths by

· Oxford

I grew up in this business and I could tell that the installers are quite professional. The only drawback was that they did not organize the project so as to prevent disrupting the entire house for the 3 days that the project took.Aside from that I thought the installers were quick and efficient. Ev... more

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Review of Clear Choice Energy Solutions by

· Sparta

We plan to do business with them again. It was amazing. Rick was great and the two installers went over and above. Amazing. We will definitely do business with them again.


Review of The Board Store by

· Minnesota City

It was a great experience. I went with them because they were local. We talked to the owner and he was an excellent individual, very friendly, very interesting, and very knowledgeable about what he was trying to do. I liked the qualtiy of the product and the installers. There was a small miscommunic... more

If the owner of a roofing company lairs to his insurance company and Work Comp. Can you sue the homeowner for you injuries and medical cost?
Generally, if there is not a work comp policy in place, you can indeed sue the homeowner. In fact your insurance company might choose to do so, with or without your cooperation! Likewise, if anyone up ... read more
What is the best flooring for a cold, damp basement? There is existing carpet over a concrete slab.
Agreed. Solve the moisture/humidity/condensation problem first, then afterward, choose the flooring. What are your goals? Hard surfaces that are unaffected by moisture are ideal, but possibly cold. Th ... read more

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