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My overall experience was not good. I would not recommend window nation to anyone. Maybe they should stop running the ads that tell how great they are and starting LISTENING to the customer.
John McCarter Construction met or exceeded my expectations in all areas. Site manager Jesse kept in close communication with me explaining what was being done and verifying that what they were going to do was what I was expecting. The day after they finished two men showed up to further clean up a... more
The entire process with DreamMaker was first-class from start to finish.
I was very satisfied with the work Joyce Factory did in my house. I would highly recommend this company to anyone.
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When a survey contains the "Review" question, that customer's answer will show up on the member's profile page as a public review. Members have the option to turn off reviews but cannot hide individual reviews. It's all or nothing. This means that any reviews you see on a GuildQuality profile page are real comments left by the customer and verified by GuildQuality.
Each item listed under "Customer satisfaction" represents a specific question asked by GuildQuality to customers of Article Goal as part of our survey process. The bar graph and percentage next to the question stand for the percentage of respondents that were "Satisfied" about that particular question.
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