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Joel Q.

Review of Findlay Roofing/Roof Roof by

· Roswell

Everyone at Findlay has been a joy to work with...even though getting a new roof is seldom a good experience. From our first contact with Cody who knows all about roofs(!) to José who managed the crew doing the roof, all has been fantastic. On the day of the actual install José arrived early, tal... more

Debra F.

Review of EXOVATIONS by

· Marietta

We are satisfied with the end result of the project, but you need to make sure to cover every single angle/detail about what you want, and what options are available to ensure you get exactly what you want.

Jennifer S.

Review of Gunnison Tree Specialists by

· Decatur

Our tree removal was pushed back a couple of times. Normally this wouldn't have been an issue but we were having a large party in our backyard and needed the work to be completed. When they were removing the tree, a limb fell on our fence and broke it. They were great about sending someone out in ti... more


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I'm so excited about my new home. The people at Rocklyn Homes make you feel like family and I am so proud to have a Rocklyn home.

I just had a new home built and they did not put on gutters and they did not tell me in advance. Is this unusual because many people have been shocked by it!
Jul 11, 2017
From time to time, we get called to evaluate problems with homes, To answer your direct question, "No it's not as unusual as you must think." There are reasons as Christen and Paula have mentioned abo ... read more
The builder did not build our home as we had ordered, citing a design change after contract was signed. What recourse do we have?
Mar 24, 2016
Contacting your local home improvement commission is your best recourse to start, since they typically have a fund to pay for a attorney for you if needed. They can provide mediation between both part ... read more

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