The Flood Team

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David S.

Review of Coach House Garages by

· Carbondale

I am very pleased with the final product. My neighbors and I could not believe how fast the garage was constructed and how well it matches my existing house. It does not look like an add on or after thought. I am very happy with Coach House Garages and have recommended them to several others who hav... more

Brent H.

Review of DreamMaker of Springfield by

· Springfield

They did what we agreed on and when, they explained delays ahead of time when there were any and they did an awesome job. Everyone was friendly stuck to the job they were to do and cleaned up after themselves. Great group of people.

Gary H.

Review of Erie Construction Midwest Inc by

· Arnold

The workers were really good and worked with me until I was satisfied.

Denise R.

Review of Champion Windows of St. Louis by

· Arnold

I did not like that some of my j channel was cracked after them taking my old windows out and asking them if it would be replaced them telling me yes then just hiding it with caulk and thinking because I was a women not noticing it. They also dented some of my walls tore paint off and did not offer... more

Anyone know about good windows that reflect heat and energy efficent on electric bills? Did check on NT but think they may be cheap windows need a Pro ?
Mar 13, 2018
Fiberglass windows would be a great option for energy efficency. We sell the Infinity by Marvin windows which are amazing!
i just had all the windows replaced in my home, why am i getting moisture on the inside of some of the windows and puddles on the window sills?

Ken Ware of Mosby Building Arts PRO answered:

Dec 23, 2016
Hi Connie, You have condensation on your new windows.  This is common with new windows that are air sealing your home better than the old ones.  It also means you have humidity in the air in your home ... read more

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