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William B.

Review of C&L Ward by

· Bay City

The salesman was knowledgable and honest. And helped direct us to the proper choice for us. The project coordinator was always available to answer our questions, and the project manager and his crew worked harder than any work crew I have ever seen.

Caroline S.

Review of Greenfit Homes by

· Norton Shores

I was impressed with the professional way that all of Greenfit Homes' people conduct themselves. Every person I was in contact with was courteous and knowledgeable. The proposal was outstanding, and the work was done as promised. Very pleasant people to work with.

Doug Y.

Review of Wallside Windows by

· Alma

I would recommend Rene & Andy (and his crew) to anyone. Wallside met my expectations. They did "under promise" and "over deliver" in my case.Thank you,

Allen R.

Review of Moore & Sons Roofing Inc by

· Grand Rapids

Moore & Sons Roofing Inc recently installed a new roof on my house, including the tear off of the old roof.My wife and I were very satisfied with the workmanship and the appearance of the new roof. I was impressed with the quality of a new vent hood and the flashings for existing vent stacks as well... more

What are the biggest challenges facing volume homebuilders today?

Ashley Kuntz of Eastbrook Homes PRO answered:

May 22, 2014
Personally, during harsh winters we have a hard time motivating our construction crew to clean up as much as possible. It's really hard when it's negative degrees outside to maintain the perfect const ... read more
Buying an old house and renovating versus tearing down and building new: Pros & Cons?

Ashley Kuntz of Eastbrook Homes PRO answered:

May 22, 2014
Both can be costly. If you tear down, you may build it exactly how you want it - and potentially have less problems then trying to create something new out of something old. You never know what could ... read more

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