Standard Improvement Co.

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Randal W.

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I used Master Mudjackers to shore up a sunken sidewalk and driveway. As a return customer, I already knew that they would do a great job, and that was the case. The office staff was great for scheduling the various appointments, the salesman was very professional and knowledgeable and the crew tha... more

Anne D.

Review of Champion Windows of Kansas City by


We were pleased with the professionalism of the staff and crew of Champion Windows. We are pleased with the quality of the windows and doors we purchased, and the quality of the workmanship/installation. It was a huge investment in our home, and we already see the benefits in energy efficiency/low... more

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· Shawnee

The Alenco installation crew that came out to do the windows were friendly, professional, and nice. They acted like they knew what they were doing, and they enjoyed their work.

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Review of LeafFilter Gutter Protection by

· Olathe

Over the years we've paid attention to gutter covering products, especially when a new design came on the market. None of them looked as if they would work. LeafFilter's design makes sense, so we finally have covers on our gutters that we are sure will work and last. We also appreciated the effic... more

I have cracks in my basement concrete. What type of expert can tell me if the problem is serious? How do I find someone who can give me an unbiased appraisal?
Nov 19, 2015
All concrete has cracks. The difference is if it leaking or getting worse. Call the local wterproofing or mudd jacking contractor for a site visit.
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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