Michaelis Corporation

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· West Chester

Champion Windows of Cincinnati did an excellent job installing my windows. Dan Hart, the salesperson, was excellent to work with. He worked out our payment plan and made sure the windows were installed before it was cold outside. I recommend them to anyone.

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· Richmond

I was very pleased with the salesman as well as with the guys who installed our shower, and I would recommend them. They were very nice and very good gentlemen.

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· Zionsville

As a Real Estate Agent I work with many companies. Bone Dry exceeded my expectations and were superb to work with. Always good communication, prompt, cleanliness on job site, and answered my phone calls!!!

Buddy B.

Review of Bee Window, Inc. by

· Indianapolis

They are a great company. They were very professional. The owner gave us a follow-up call. The service is A+. Ric is what sold us. He worked with us. He was very personable and friendly. He was not pushy at all.

If you get it in writing that your roof installation will not be too heavy for the frame of your home, and a few months later your roof is sinking and the frame is cracking, is the roofer responsible?
Nov 10, 2016
Hello Debbie, I would ask how that was determined.  I think that fact that the question was brought up in the first place really raises a red flag.  In my experience, if there was a question about cha ... read more
How difficult to replace a rotted 6x6 PT support post for 2nd floor deck? Other materials that are less likely to rot?
Jul 24, 2015
The difficulty depends on many things. I would say PT post is the way to go, but install it over a post standoff past so water doesnt get trapped between the bottom of the post and whatever it is sitt ... read more

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