Matt Furgeson Home Builders

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The time frame from my call for services until the services were provided was 6 weeks. That was an extreme delay and could have resulted in major damage to my door. The time between a request for service and the service has to be lowered.

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The Thompson Creek folks are professional, thorough, and great to work with.

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The team were there on time, worked efficiently and cleaned up after themselves so you wouldn't know they were there.

We're considering a pool in our back yard. What should we expect in terms of annual maintenance and associated costs?
Jan 19, 2015
I work with a lot of pool guys and also have a pool   On an anual contract you should expect to pay 2500-3500 to open, close and maintain your pool for the year. 
I moved into a new house about a year ago. All of the toilets seem to be a little cheap in that:
Feb 19, 2014
For those items that you mention there, it would be cost prohibitive to replace the entire unit. Keep in mind, most of the newer toilets do not include the best seats either. Chains are easy to sw ... read more

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