C&S Rain Gutters, Llc

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· Denver

Parkwood has been an absolute pleasure to work with through the building process. From the sales team to the construction team, everyone has been helpful, informative, and supportive. We love watching our beautiful home near completion, and can't wait to move in!

K.H.C.

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· Lakewood

In the end everything was done very well and my wife and I are pleased with how the project turned out. Although, in the middle of the project we discovered that the installers were doing something different than what we initially decided on. But system pavers went in made sure everything was comple... more

J.S.S.

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· Elizabeth

Installation was not satisfactory but Power has continued to correct all problems.

J.P.D.

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· Lone Tree

This was a wonderful experience through and through. We are so happy we found Celebrity and could not be more pleased with the process, the people,and the outcome! Highest recommendation to use as a builder.

What kind of siding should I install? Hardie Board, or Vinyl with foam backing?
Apr 21, 2015
As a Denver roofing and siding company, we would suggest using a hardie board product. This would ultimately come down to your project budget, as insulated vinyl siding will be about 50% cheeper than ... read more
Last edited May 21, 2015 11:27pm
Is there something I can do for my creaky, poppy hardwood floors without replacing them?

Art Fast of Kitchen Masters PRO answered:

Apr 27, 2014
Tthe squeaking sounds you hear are probably from movement of the boards, either against each other or against the sub-floor beneath the hardwood.  The nails used to install the original sub-floor may ... read more

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