Paramount Kitchen & Bath

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Jennifer T.

Review of Champion Windows of Des Moines by

· Altoona

Champion Windows was top notch every step of the process. The sales rep explained in detail what we were purchasing. She followed up on her estimate and after she closed the sale. Delivery and installation was as promised. The Installers were professional, clean and explained the Lead removal. We ar... more

Patty P.

Review of Zinnel Roofing and Exteriors by

· Fort Dodge

My brother and I do not live in the same town as our mom, but we felt that Curt had really gone out of his way to answer questions. He stopped at my house one weekend and answered any questions that we had and he was very knowledgeable. We were really satisfied that he did such a great job on Mom's... more

Sharelle M.

Review of Kaufman Construction and KC Handyman by

· West Des Moines

I use KC Handyman because they have excellent project management. They estimate, they schedule, they come when expected. Sometimes their workers are amazingly skilled; occasionally they lack the necessary skills.

Nikita K.

Review of Grayhawk Homes by

· Urbandale

I am very satisfied with their service. They are very professional. I worked with Jennifer, the agent, and she was very, very helpful. The whole team worked together very nicely and effectively.

whats the differnce in LP SmartSiding and the Hardi Plank board siding?
Apr 17, 2018
LP is a woodbased product, where Hardi Plank is a fiber cement. They ar both very similar in cost here in the midwest. LP Smartsiding if fairly new the market as well. 
Is it normal for new gutters to "snap" as they cool down in the evening?
Brenda, This can depend on the building materials and the darker the color of the materials. In my experience this seems to be more common with darker colors as they tend to absorb more heat than the ... read more

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