Grosdidier Homes & Remodeling, Inc.

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Ed K.

Review of Champion Windows of Kansas City by

· Topeka

They came.....they installed.....they cleaned up.....and in no time they were gone.Have noticed that the place is warmer....the new windows are doing their job.....Imagine in this day and age a product that actually works as advertised!!

Jody P.

Review of Thermo Seal Vinyl Products by

· Chillicothe

I had never heard of them before I started this project on my house, but I chose them because of their selection and their ability to customize things to my taste! I have been very pleased with the quality of the product.

Brad B.

Review of American Dream Home Improvement by

· Kansas City

The installation crew was extremely professional and provided detailed instruction on how to operate the windows after completion. The entire experience from sale to completion was professional and efficient.

Bob B.

Review of Safe Harbor Roofing and Sidings by

· Prairie Village

This is a small company with a lot of drive and they want to make sure the customers are satisfied. They try hard to make sure they complete the job in a timely manner.

How do I get ceiling properly inspected ....a crack continues to reopen ... Not satisfied with builders repairs
Hire a structural engineer. This could be a bit more expensive initially, but you could stave off lot of frustration later.
What is the best way to install 30" high x 72" wide x 5/8 thick double pane fixed glass in vertical wall on roof. I am replacing "cloudy"existing ones
Hi Glenn, If they are cloudy between the panes it is almost always and indication of "Seal Failure". If the windows are still covered under a 10 year warranty you should first contact the window manuf ... read more
Last edited Jan 28, 2015 1:00pm

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