Reindl Plumbing & Heating

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Review of Mad City Windows and Baths by

· Morrisonville

The experience I had was explained all the way through. The sales person that came out to look at the house took the time to look at everything and explain what to expect. The installers that came were conscientious and careful. They followed up with me and made sure everything was cleaned up. It wa... more

Robin H.

Review of Tundraland Home Improvement by

· Marinette

Tundraland Home Improvement was the best company that I've ever worked with for a project.

Tom R.

Review of Swimming Pool Services, Inc. by

· Greenfield

We were very happy with our recent liner replacement. The technicians arrived on the day as scheduled, and worked efficiently. The crew was courteous and skilled. Follow up was very good. I'd definitely use and recommend Swimming Pool Services for future work.


Review of Oak Creek Plumbing by

· Racine

The salesman (Jamie) did a great job of suggesting different features and helping us pick out different colors, styles, and options. Randy had the hard task of coordinating the work and personnel. Their workers are vary conscientious and hard working.

I just got leaf filter gutter guards, steel mesh, 2 months ago. Now that it's fall there are leaves piled up on top, stuck with rain, etc. What to do?
Nov 13, 2015
Was the product sold to you as "maintenance free"? If so, request service. If not, the maintenance of cleaning off the tops is your responsibility I believe. I would suggest not ignoring it. A few pro ... read more
What is the best way to remove a glued on bathroom mirror? We want to replace the one in our half bath.
Oct 17, 2014
They are tough to take off. If it's glued to drywall, you can use a prybar to rip it off from the drywall. Note: You will more than likely need to repair the drywall when you're finished, if you are g ... read more

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