Equity Builders of Bloomington

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Tom P.

Review of L.J. Stone Co., Inc. by

· Noblesville

We were very pleased with our bathtub renovation. The workers were very skilled and professional. They really strived to get work done in a day and they did! The new tub and surround looks wonderful and would recommend L.J. Stone.

James C.

Review of Champion Windows of Indianapolis by

· Avon

The crew that did the installation was extremely friendly. Being that I am retired, I highly enjoyed having them around. They engaged in conversation and answered all my questions very thoroughly. The crew was extremely friendly and helpful, especially Jim.

Sue S.

Review of Bee Window, Inc. by

· Scipio

I could not be happier with the service that we had. It went beyond what we could imagine. We had the original windows that came with the house in 1960, before having this job done. Bee Window did excellent job and we are so happy. We live on a county road and our window installation slowed down tra... more

Noel S.

Review of Cochran Exteriors LLC by

· Westfield

I highly recommend Cochran Exteriors for home renovations and home improvement. They epitomize professionalism and expertise. I highly, highly recommend them. I highly recommend working with Jordan Turner, our site representative. He is not only knowledgeable but extremely well-versed in customer se... more

How do you dog-proof a large deck with standard height railing/bannister ?
Nov 6, 2015
You can try clear plexi-glass type panels, if your trying to keept their heads from getting stuck between the balusters.
Cost Plus versus Lump Sum: What are the pros and cons of each?
Jan 14, 2015
Good answer by Abe. We prefer to use fixed contracts with our clients. We have clauses in our contracts for unforeseen itesm such as concealed structural damage or inadequacies. I fully agree a profes ... read more

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