Landmark Remodeling

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My local city code was clearly communicated that the ice and water shield must be applied at temps above 40 degrees. SELA ignored this and did the work at 30 degrees. Now the city inspector will not approve the job.

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· Hastings

We had an amazing experience hiring Ispiri to finish our basement space! They made the design and selection process fun and exciting, and were very accommodating to our needs and wants! We'll definitely be hiring them again for our next remodeling project!

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Review of Patrick Miller Construction by

· Brooklyn Park

I am just ecstatic with the work they did. They came in the initial day they started, knocked on the door and let me know they would be bringing XYZ in and to let me know they were out there. They cleaned up behind themselves each day and they even had an instrument that they used to clean up the na... more

what is the process to cancel contract with in the three day period? The paperwork is missing (unreadable) that information due to printing issues.

Tom Schiebout of Tomco Company PRO answered:

Apr 14, 2016
In MN. we have the same 3 day right to rescind. This is standardized form (written legibally) in type 10 bold letter type. My understanding, it is required to be given to the client if contract you si ... read more
Spray foam attic ceiling to make it a conditioned space

Tom Schiebout of Tomco Company PRO answered:

Feb 9, 2016
Christofer, There is a lot written about your particular condition. What I would do would be to install a spray polyurethane insulation (closed cell insulation) into the attic ceiling and down to and ... read more
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