Clean Pro Restoration

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James T.

Review of Pier Masters by

· Harrisonville

I was impressed that Master Mudjackers promptly came down and advised me about what the job would consist of and the approximate cost. They lived up to all the points they said they were going to.

Ramona M.

Review of Tri-State Water, Power & Air by

· Wright City

I wish we had done a little more checking around with other companies to get the quality of service we don't get and had paid $7,000 for.

Norma J.

Review of LeafFilter Gutter Protection by

· Sunrise Beach

We have a new home with a tile roof in the middle of the woods. No family in the area and we are elderly. We did not want to have to check and clean the gutters on an annual basis. This appeared to be the most effective and least trouble of any systems were familiar with. They were thorough in t... more

Julia D.

Review of Aging In The Home Remodelers by

· Green Ridge

They were ready when they were supposed to be. It was completed and I have never seen a work crew clean up each day. We were very pleased.

Should I be worried that external doors in my home are shifting to a point that I can't lock them without lifting them up?
While sometimes this is a door installation issue, It is often from seasonal temporary weather changes affecting your homes foundation, or other settling issues. Dry spells and winter freezing cause t ... read more
How do I waterproof my basement without getting a sump pump. Water comes in during strong rain at one side of the wall where there is brick chimney outdoors,

Neil Lima of Lima Contracting PRO answered:

Sep 22, 2014
With this scenario.  The least expensive start is to on make sure all gutters are free from debris and working properly.  2.  Remove sidewalk and re-install new concrete all the way up to the house an ... read more

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