Homesense Heating | Cooling

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Dick F.

Review of LeafFilter Gutter Protection by

· Wabash

I ran across your ad on Facebook on a Friday. I submitted a request to talk to a salesman. Salesman came to my house the next day (Saturday). I was so impressed with your product, I signed the agreement. The LeafFilter was installed on Monday.

Carolyn S.

Review of Erie Construction Midwest Inc by

· Okeana

The workman were all fantastic, they arrived early and didn't play around. I like the look of the product and all around it was a very, very good job. they were fantastic.

Brian G.

Review of Champion Windows of Cincinnati by

· Oxford

Work was not done right the first time. I thought the crew was a little inefficient in their work. The time to get the installation fixed in my mind was took too long. My repair work slipped through the cracks and nobody followed up with me for several days. I trust everybody's intentions were good,... more

Nina S.

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· Carmel

Bone Dry Roofing's rating is really high because every time there is a need for them they do what you need them to do. Bone Dry Roofing is a reliable and honest company.

When it comes to major home renovations, what improvements/fixes produce the best ROI?
Nov 18, 2016
Phillip and Clifton have it right on.  That's our reference as well.  Digging one level deeper, the biggest bang for your buck generally comes from direct replacement projects.  Meaning, if you need t ... read more
Last edited Nov 18, 2016 10:48am
can i replace the formica on my kitchen counters without pulling out and replacing the whole counter. In other words, can you cement new formica over what is t
Sep 23, 2015
Unfortunately, no, applying another layer of laminate is not a viable option. Most homeowners do not have the proper tool to adequately heat the surface to adhere the laminate, as the adhesive typical ... read more
Last edited Sep 24, 2015 8:35am

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