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Burkholder Brothers, Inc

Burkholder Brothers, Inc

Burkholder Brothers, Inc is passionate about designing, building and maintaining the finest landscapes in the in the Delaware Valley. For over 20 years, our family owned and operated company has devoted all of its efforts to perfecting the art of landscaping by creating an "all-inclusive" advantage that will provide a single source of service for all of your lawn and landscape needs. Our comprehensive experience and extensive programs provides us with all the necessary tools to bring our clients that carefree outdoor lifestyle.

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Robert B.

Review of A.J. Perri (Service) by

· Springfield

4 visits in one week to resolve a plugged drain. First visit didn't accomplish the fix. Second visit was supposed to use a camera to check inside pipes but pipes too small. Third visit to install a cleanout to expedite fix of plugged drain. Fourth visit the same day accomplished the repair.

Pravin P.

Review of Advanced Cleaning and Restoration, Inc. by

· Saddle Brook

During the time of disaster, they made life much easier! Advanced Cleaning and Restoration, were very cooperative and prompt! There's nothing to worry about, working with them.

Dennis G.

Review of Kieffer's Appliances (Trade Partners) by

· Harleysville

Kristen Cossa is extremely professional and always with a bright smile. She is very knowledgeable and courteous in how she responds and follows up.

Grabowski J.

Review of Cunningham's Rug Cleaning by

· Severna Park

Anthony is a wonderful salesman and individual

We're redoing my parents roof and their chimney needs some repair work as well. Is it better to do the masonry work before or after we do the rest of the roof?

Gladys Meyer answered:

Sep 20, 2018
What did you decide to do then? Following the proper process would help.
What is the temperature range for installing roof shingles
Dec 30, 2016
In order for shingles to sit and form properly, it should be at least 36 degrees fahrenheit (2.2 celsius) outside when laying shingles. 

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Burkholder Brothers, Inc

359 Paoli Pike,
Malvern, PA (610) 558-2678