Brogan Painting & Remodeling

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Mark M.

Review of Distinctive Home Exteriors by

· Leawood

I enjoyed the experience as Ken kept the lines of communication open and answered my questions/concerns promptly. His staff were professional and seemed to enjoy doing a good job. Not only did I have my siding done, but also the guttering and some painting. It all came together and am pleased wi... more

Tom N.

Review of Alenco Inc by

· Merriam

We are really really happy with our bathroom. We just love it!

Philip C.

Review of Integrity Roofing, Siding, Gutters & Windows by

· Kansas City

Pleasure to work with. The word "Integrity" truly defines this company. The work was impeccable and I am happy that we chose to use this company. I felt that they were honest and fair in their business practices. 5 stars!

Frank W.

Review of Custom Wood Products, Inc. by

· Lawrence

Randy Warren in the Lawrence office and his support staff helped us to achieve our dream kitchen remodel. Randy's professionalism, attention to detail and creative ideas provided us with a kitchen that is modern, stylish and functional while also "dazzling" us with how much he listened to our ideas... more

How do I get ceiling properly inspected ....a crack continues to reopen ... Not satisfied with builders repairs
Hire a structural engineer. This could be a bit more expensive initially, but you could stave off lot of frustration later.
What is the best way to install 30" high x 72" wide x 5/8 thick double pane fixed glass in vertical wall on roof. I am replacing "cloudy"existing ones
Hi Glenn, If they are cloudy between the panes it is almost always and indication of "Seal Failure". If the windows are still covered under a 10 year warranty you should first contact the window manuf ... read more
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