John Haley #1 Roofer

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Review of Murphy Bros. Design | Build | Remodel by

· Coon Rapids

We love everything about our remodeling project -- from the original planning meetings to the amazing work we watched during the project to the completed remodel. People routinely ask us how the remodeling went, and our response always is that we just couldn't find anything to complain about. The... more

Tom V.

Review of Craftsman's Choice by

· Saint Paul

The process itself, from started to finish, exceeded my expectations. They did a great job. They are still working on the front door, but I trust them to do a great job there as well. I am completely satisfied.

Perrin K.

Review of Patrick Miller Construction by

· Minneapolis

I am very happy with the work that Patrick Miller Construction has done for me and would not hesitate to use them in the future!

Clendenning L.

Review of White Crane Construction by

· Minneapolis

We were very happy with our experience with White Crane Construction. They have a great team of professionals who are attentive to the details of all aspects of the project. They were especially attentive to doing what they could to limit disruptions for our family with young children.

I scratched at few places in my Engineered Hardwood Floor. How do I fix it. Also how do I clean Engineered Hardwood Floor?
Oct 30, 2015
Ailwood Scratch Cover is a coating that masks dents and scratches.  Start with that.  Apply per instructions. Comes in three colors.  Available at most fine paint stores.  Cleaning engineered floors i ... read more
The base of my downspout where it meets the ground has a piece of ceramic broken away. What type of contractor do I call?
Jul 22, 2015
Looks like you could use help of a good plumber or handy man who knows how to work with PVC piping. It's not complicated job, but there are few technics to it. Hope it helps. 

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