Scott Kisner Homes, LLC

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Everyone at Schloegel has been great throughout my projects: professional, creative, thoughtful and honest. My budget was fairly small, and my one-bedroom condo definitely on the smaller side of home improvement projects, but everyone I've worked with at Schloegel has made me feel like a valued cust... more

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· Kansas City

The window installation was great. The siding and the professionalism was bad. They dropped the ball with communication. I felt like they were like the sale is done so they are done with us.

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· Gardner

The Installation of our shower went better than planned, with the exception of the wrong corner shelves were ordered. They had to come back the following week and install the correct ones. Installer was very polite and professional, they ran about 30-45 minutes late everyday because their jobs are s... more

What are some of the most unique features you have built into a new home? (photos appreciated)
Jul 14, 2015
Our Boulevard model included a loft style bed in the guest bedroom. Kids could climb up the ladder and enjoy their own semi-private sleeping nook or play area. This home also had an elevator incorpora ... read more
Is it normal for new gutters to "snap" as they cool down in the evening?
It is tough to say allthough tt can be normal assuming the gutters/fascia are metal and in an area of the home that receives direct sunlight (enough to cause expansion and contraction).  IMO

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