Little Mountain Homes

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Mark J.

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· Malvern

Everybody was wonderful and I couldn't ask for anything better. Everything was tip-top and the windows are absolutely awesome.

Chris T.

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· Medina

Worth the extra cost to get their warranty. Jeff (Sales), Adam (Installation Mgr.) & Tracey (Office) are all great to deal with. If there are any issues, Adam comes right out and sets the plan in motion to fixing them.

Don O.

Review of Legacy Roofing Services by

· Canton

The STAFF responsiveness (Dave Sipes) was exceptional, while on the other hand the installation process was sub par regarding drip edge installation, protecting other home appurtenances such as gutters, etc., in addition to with two roof lines off symmetrically and some shingle mechanical damage. I... more

Brian F.

Review of ProBuilt Homes by

· Willoughby

Everyone that we have dealt with at ProBuilt have been nothing short of exceptional. We have had many unique requests throughout the process and Kim has always been able to get us an answer or put us in touch with the appropriate contractor who could get us the answer. I would highly recommend Pro... more

Can you install wood planks behind a range (similar to shiplap)? If so, does it have to be a certain type?
Oct 24, 2017
I wholeheartedly agree with Susan, wood behind a stove is a safety hazard.
Is adding blown in insulation a good way to eliminate ice damming and what other steps can be taken?

Rob Myers of Myers Homes PRO answered:

Apr 11, 2016
Adding insulationis only one piece of the puzzle. The object is to keep the attic space roughly the same temperature as the ambient outside air. This is accomplished via insulating the building envelo ... read more

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