Neill & Lee Contractors

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What are some important questions one should ask a contractor when doing a remodel for the first time and what are some important signs to look out for?
Mar 17, 2017
Hi Elizabeth, That's a great question and an important one.  We provide very helpful information about this on our website, which lists a few steps to take and questions to ask when planning a remodel ... read more
Can a raised entry foyer be lowered?
May 30, 2016
We recently were asked to lay some beautiful recyeled tiles salvaged from an apartment building lobby in Paris.  But they were too thick by a little over an inch and you would end up with a trip hazza ... read more

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