Premier Remodeling & Design

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Parita P.

Review of Schaeffer Family Homes by

· Egg Harbor Township

Great Service, starting with Mary from sales, very straight forward and very flexible to work with our shedule. Sonja and Rena from Design center helped us with all our selection. They both were very patient with us as I changed my selections atleast few times. We just met with Jim (project manager... more

Laura L.

Review of Power Home Remodeling by

· Coatesville

I really liked what Power did from start to finish. I am very happy with the products they installed, including windows and a roof. I felt very confident with everyone from Power Home Remodeling Group from start to finish.

James O.

Review of A.J. Perri by

· Manasquan

They came when they said they would and left the place clean. Very happy with the installation so far. We used them before and know that they stand by their work.

Deanna S.

Review of The Brothers that just do Gutters (New Jersey) by

· Allenhurst

I loved working with Brothers that just do Gutters! Jonathan won me over after getting estimates from 4 companies. He was also flexible when my exterior paint job ran several weeks behind schedule. The install was very professionally done, and I'm completely satisfied with my new gutters. These guys... more

I have white Thermofoil cabinets that have peeling doors and drawer fronts. How do I go about ordering replacement doors and fronts?

Janice Klinger answered:

Feb 26, 2016
This is not exactly an answer, but I just installed thermofoil  doors and drawers at a cost of 30K.  I hope your doors are old because this question got me worried.  
What causes large gaps between window frames and the brick of my home? It looks like someone tried to caulk it previously, but it just pulled away again.
Sep 6, 2014
I agree wholeheartedly with the excellent answer provided by Christi at Callen Construction that your problem is probably caused by the different coefficient of thermal expansion of the materials invo ... read more

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