Earl Banze Construction

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Review of DreamMaker of Springfield by

· Springfield

Curt Trampe and his staff are extremely easy to work with. They understand the client's needs and are very customer service oriented. We had a total kitchen remodel, down to bare walls and lots of rewiring, and the project was completed in less than a month. This was amazing, given the stories one h... more

Donna S.

Review of Champion Windows of St. Louis by

· BRECKENRIDGE HILLS

There was NO communication of when the project would be completed, until the crew supervisor called me on the morning of the installation and said that the crew was on their way. This would have been fine if my house had any outside electrical outlets, but it doesn't. That fact either was not noted... more

Lamar S.

Review of Mastercraft Exteriors by

· Florissant

Those guys are great. I love them. They are very professional and human people, they understand.

Wuller J.

Review of Padgett Building & Remodeling by

· Belleville

The job took longer than originally anticipated, in general, because of two items. First, after the demolition, it was found that the support system was undiscoverably different than what would have been the norm, causing structural revisions which Padgett did at no additional cost to us. Second,... more

We are looking at houses and found on that we like but it has a CAT SMELL, especially in the basement. Is there any way to truly remove the smell?
Sep 25, 2014
If you use a black light you can target the urine areas soak in white vinegar leave for ten min wet vacuum as much up as you can mix up a cup of water with a quarter size dawn dish detergant put in sp ... read more
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

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