Autumn oaks roofing

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Due to weather condition things got fouled up. The installation was put of because of the weather other than that things were done timely.

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Tri State has great service people but their office has much to be desired. It took me FIVE years to get my service manual replaced. They never miss calling you to sell product but do not seem to listen when I'm trying to tell them something. There was a lady named Kristen that was great but she has... more

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I have used Frederic Roofing on four homes. I have recommend them to anyone requiring a roof.

Standard electrical work or sub standard?
Feb 19, 2018
Arc faults can trip easily.  "Updated the electrical" is a broad term.  It is hard to judge if this is substandard work without knowing the scope of work or if permits were obtained.  Did they have pe ... read more
Is there something I can do for my creaky, poppy hardwood floors without replacing them?

Neil Lima of Lima Contracting PRO answered:

Aug 28, 2014
If basement ceiling is unfinished or has drop ceiling you can usually run 1 1/4" screws from underneath.  It is best to have a helper finding the squeaks and try to measure from the outside walls in o ... read more

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