Insurance Reconstruction / Tech Builders

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· Abington

I like the quality of the doors. I liked the workers that came to my house. I appreciated the dilligence of the work that they did.

what is the process to cancel contract with in the three day period? The paperwork is missing (unreadable) that information due to printing issues.
In MA we have the three day right of recession policy. Our contracts have a Notice of Cancellation document that is in NCR form. The homeowner mails or faxes back a signed copy within three days.  If ... read more
Last edited Apr 12, 2016 7:03am
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 12, 2015
Yes it is possible but not practical. Technically you can do it and you can put plastic laminate over plastic laminate. But the  layer your covering has to be super clean, abraded and all surfaces mus ... read more
Last edited Sep 12, 2015 11:02am

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