Attics to Basements

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· Chanhassen

Craftsmen Home Improvements exceeded our expectations. Upon completion of our project, we felt absolutely certain that we had selected the right company to handle our project. From the sales rep, to the installation crew, to the owner of the company - everyone we encountered was wonderful to work w... more

Loni W.

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· St Francis

The crew was awesome! They answered all of our questions and I love their work. My house looks beautiful!

Jon S.

Review of Schmidt Siding & Window by

· Waseca

They modified their schedule to get my Windows installed before insulation was done... Small job, but I felt like number 1. Thanks guys! I will always come to you first for my needs

Becky K.

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· Rosemount

We could not be more pleased with Storm Group Roofing. They installed new soffits/fascia/gutters/downspouts for us this past summer - something we've been needing to do for a LONG time. After receiving several other quotes and going through the process of calling everyone back with additional ques... more

Dog damage to door: What is the best way to repair it?
Jun 27, 2017
I would concur with the above answers.  If you are able to fill with wood putty and paint that would prove to be the most cost effective option.  If you would like to go further, determine the brand o ... read more
What is the best way to handle unraveling carpet.

Matt Dlouhy of Roofs R Us PRO answered:

Apr 27, 2016
Wood on the enrty will help stop it, also find the end of the part of the carpet that has begun to unravel and cut it with a sharp knife or clip with a sissors and place a drop of glue on the end down ... read more

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