WGC Construction & Restoration

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I can say that I genuinely enjoyed the process of working with Hatfield Builders. From the design to the final product, I was completely satisfied.The design process was absolutely critical for us. We were gutting our kitchen, moving walls and completely starting over with the layout. The Hatfield d... more

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After I agreed to my siding project quote it took about 2 months to start the project. There was virtually no communication with anyone and I had to make repeated calls to get a project manager to come my home to visualize what materials would be needed and to commit to a start date. After the sidin... more

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This company is THE BEST. Not only did they do a terrific job of installing the siding, but they were also tidy and courteous.

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I felt that I got an excellent deal and I shopped around. Window World provided me with the best windows at the best price, exceeding quality windows.

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