Bruce Andrews Seamless Gutters, LLC

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· Arden Hills

Twin Cities Siding Professionals are a very good company to work with--friendly, knowledgeable staff and a great siding outcome. Their commitment to customer satisfaction is evident, and is demonstrated by all staff we encountered.


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· Stillwater

My siding problem started with a small hole on my chimney. I contacted Paul and he came out right away and did a complete evalaution. He identified a lot of problem areas and worked with us on resolving them. His professionalism and thoroughness made me feel conmfortable with Timberland that we de... more

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· Mound

I would never hire them again. I'd pay twice as much to have someone else do my work. The company might be ok, but when it comes down to it, they're hiring roofing crews outside their own company, and it's probably very hit-or-miss whether you get a good one or not. We got a dreadful crew. Could... more

Can I report a plumber for not doing work that I was told they had done? It has been 4 years since said work was done and we recently had to inspect the attic b
Jul 22, 2015
It all depends on the companies policy. Here we would of course be more than happy to come out and look at everything, and fix them for you, but we also do provide 10 year warranties to our customers, ... read more
What are they best types of windows to preserve heat in the winter and cool air in the summer for residential homes?
Feb 18, 2014
Since 80% of a window is glass, it is always wise to pick the right glass for the direction the window faces in your home.  LowE 366 Argon filled glass for the south and west exposures may be the best ... read more

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