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Coors Remodeling

Coors Remodeling, Inc. discovered an unmet need in the area for a value oriented home improvement company and has since assembled a crew of professional craftsmen, trained in the proper installation of roofing, siding, windows, doors, decks and sun and season rooms. In addition to the exteriors based projects that the company was founded on, Coors also offers a full service residential remodeling menu of projects including kitchens, baths and bath wraps, custom woodwork, and even interior design consulting services. Learning from local homeowners of the negative perception associated with many home improvement contractors in the area, Coors Remodeling, Inc. demanded higher standards of its employees in order to meet the needs of more discerning homeowners. This practice has served the company and our clients well. If you can dream it, the team at Coors can make it a reality. It's easy with Coors.

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  • Angie's List - 2015 Super Service Award
  • BathWraps Certified
  • CertainTeed 5 Star Contractor
  • CertainTeed Select Shingle Master
  • Certified Contractors Network

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Dog damage to door: What is the best way to repair it?
Sep 18, 2017
As with the previous comments, you can use sandpaper to smooth out some of the damage, but be sure to rub the scratches along the grain of the wood. Next, apply mineral spirits (these are solvents mad ... read more
Water is coming in through new overhead sewer conversion...how?
Jun 2, 2014
not sure about the product used in your home. we usually pack the joint with oakum. then we use hydrolic cement (water plug). followed by tar on the outside. hope this helps. email with any questions. ... read more

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