Kessler Roofing, Inc.

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Jeri B.

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· Broomfield

We decided to hire someone to do the kitchen because we are getting up in years and it was a little to hard for us. Karen's Company came in started and finished in one day. Now, we have a practically new kitchen and I am very happy with their work.

Gina B.

Review of Interstate Roofing, Inc. by

· Denver

Cliff did an incredible job for us. We had a very short time-frame and he made sure that we were taken care of. We couldn't be more thankful for what Cliff has done for us. Cliff is incredible and we appreciate him so much.

Patricia R.

Review of Champion Windows of Denver by

· Denver

While I am pleased with the end result of the sun-room installed and the affordability of the project, I would suggest the consumer ask lots of questions and do their due diligence before signing their project contract. Read the full contract including the fine print and get bids from at least 2 oth... more

Ron L.

Review of Exceptional Exteriors, LLC by

· Denver

They are great people to work with in a horrible time.

What kind of siding should I install? Hardie Board, or Vinyl with foam backing?
Apr 21, 2015
As a Denver roofing and siding company, we would suggest using a hardie board product. This would ultimately come down to your project budget, as insulated vinyl siding will be about 50% cheeper than ... read more
Last edited May 21, 2015 11:27pm
Is there something I can do for my creaky, poppy hardwood floors without replacing them?

Art Fast of Kitchen Masters PRO answered:

Apr 27, 2014
Tthe squeaking sounds you hear are probably from movement of the boards, either against each other or against the sub-floor beneath the hardwood.  The nails used to install the original sub-floor may ... read more

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