Everlasting Exteriors Inc

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Chris H.

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· Burnsville

We were impressed - the team was very professional and found ways to solve problems that existed in our home to create the exact vision we had going into the project. Clear communication. We always felt like our questions were answered extremely quickly and any concerns addressed without delay. Our... more

Craig J.

Review of Ashton McGee Restoration Group by

· Plymouth

Our roof was completed after a year long wait due to arbitration with our insurance company. Ashton walked us through the whole process of arbitration and roofing/gutters. Now we have a wonderful new roof and gutters. We are very happy with the outcome of arbitration and our new roof. Thank you... more


Review of Twin Cities Siding Professionals by

· Minneapolis

I would highly recommend working with TCSP. We recently contracted with them for a total siding and windows replacement on our 1.5 story home in NE Minneapolis...a project that I was initially very nervous about, having recently moved to the area with no knowledge of or experience with local contrac... more

Sandy S.

Review of Schmidt Siding & Window by

· Waterville

Great job! Very professional.

Anyone know about good windows that reflect heat and energy efficent on electric bills? Did check on NT but think they may be cheap windows need a Pro ?
Feb 27, 2018
Windows that have a .28 u factor or. Slightly lower, if installed correctly sealing the perimeter with foam are generally adequate for most homes. They will have low -e and argon normally in the csvit ... read more
Dog damage to door: What is the best way to repair it?
Jun 27, 2017
I would concur with the above answers.  If you are able to fill with wood putty and paint that would prove to be the most cost effective option.  If you would like to go further, determine the brand o ... read more

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