Better Way Builders of Central Illinois, Inc.

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· St. Louis

Tuckpointing was excellent. Gutters need fine-tuning as it drips in several areas. Waiting to hear about Owens Corning conclusion regarding defective roof material applied. (observed on final inspection by Frederic roofing rep and later by Owens Corning local rep). A claim was filled out and sent t... more

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· St Louis

Very professional sales and installation staff. Lakeside did an excellent job from start to finish.

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· Wentzville

I think that they did a fantastic job and everything met my expectations.

B.D.M.

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· Maryville

Working with J.T. McDermott contractors has been a most satisfying experience. The company is consistently prompt and responsive. Buying the best doesn't cost, it pays. I strongly recommend the company for any building and remodeling job. I have only the very highest praise for the most important as... more

We had new quartz countertop installed in our kitchen and shortly after a plate was dropped on the countertop - the plate broke and scratched the counter
Jan 31, 2016
I would suggest calling the original installer and let them buff it out. 
What is the best gutter protection product?

Dale Haas of 123 Exteriors Inc PRO answered:

Nov 26, 2014
Many gutter clogging problems can be avoided by simply installing oversize downspouts, which allows for a drain hole that is twice the size. This would allow smaller pieces of debris such as maple "he ... read more

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