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We had A.J Perri install our furnace about 4 years ago. We've a couple of minor issues (condensation pump broke) which they've resolved promptly and for free (under warranty). We've also had them do annual inspections. The technicians are always professional. I highly recommend A.J. Perri.
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This was a big improvement to our home. We had a big wall with no windows and needed natural daylight added to this room. well let us tell you it did just that and looks great. All family and friends cant believe what a difference it made to the room. Thanks again for a job well done and would recom... more
We have enjoyed excellent service from Kristen Cossa and the team at Kieffer's for over five years now. We recommend all of our kitchen remodeling clients begin the design process with a meeting with Kristen at Kieffer's. We then build the kitchen plan around their selections. Kristen is extremely w... more
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