Ronel Builders & Renovators

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Adam L.

Review of Weathersafe Restoration Inc. by

· Cottage Grove

I worked with Bill Pooler, the sales manager for the company, on a hail claim for my roof. He showed up the same day I called to have him look at my roof, he did a full thorough inspection of my roof, siding, and other structures on my property. He showed me everything that he found and explained ho... more

Ram M.

Review of Window Outfitters, Inc. by

· Eden Prairie

Both Dave Herstad and Tom Brown did an excellent job. I am very happy with their support service and the work they did.

Jeff O.

Review of Legacy Restoration (Minnesota) by

· Mound

I would never hire them again. I'd pay twice as much to have someone else do my work. The company might be ok, but when it comes down to it, they're hiring roofing crews outside their own company, and it's probably very hit-or-miss whether you get a good one or not. We got a dreadful crew. Could... more

Idella S.

Review of Great Plains Windows and Doors by

· Somerset

I was most happy with the service provided by Great Plains. Work was done as scheduled. Installers were thorough and left the area clean.

What will be the difference in measurements for new installation vs. replacement insert windows.
Jul 25, 2017
They are definitely measured differently.  The insert window you would measure inside the existint window frame, which in most cases is built out of 3/4" lumber all the way around.  For a full replace ... read more
What are they best types of windows to preserve heat in the winter and cool air in the summer for residential homes?
Feb 18, 2014
Since 80% of a window is glass, it is always wise to pick the right glass for the direction the window faces in your home.  LowE 366 Argon filled glass for the south and west exposures may be the best ... read more

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