Indy Restoration Service LLC

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Jim R.

Review of Champion Windows of Indianapolis by

· Indianapolis

The workmanship and the quality of the product are well worth the cost of materials and craftsmanship. This was my second installment with Champion, and to clarify that, I didn't have enough money to put in all the windows at the first installment and had to call them back to do the rest.

Patricia P.

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

· Kokomo

I am a former customer as well as a current, repeat customer. Their service is phenomenal. Everyone was professional and they are an excellent company.

Steve M.

Review of Elbert Construction by

· Noblesville

I needed a roof inspection and repair of any issues as part of a home inspection for the sale of my home. Elbert and Aaron N. worked me into the schedule quickly, and his site team was sharp, safe, and performed the inspection and repairs to mine and my home buyer's satisfaction. I would highly re... more

Project F.

Review of Aztec Homes Inc - Fiber Cement Siding by

· Plainfield

Aztec was a great contractor and they did everything they said they were going to do. I could not be happier with the results.

The builder did not build our home as we had ordered, citing a design change after contract was signed. What recourse do we have?
Jan 6, 2016
A lawyer is the first place to start. Your builder should be insured for problems like this. If it is a big box builder then I am sure something in the corporate contract has an answer for this. You d ... read 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.

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