Connecticut In-Home Assistance LLC - Waterbury

Connecticut In-Home Assistance is a family owned and operated business guided by the professional knowledge, experience and values acquired by Renny, Betsy, and Jamie Wieland in their 50+ years of wor... Show more

Connecticut In-Home Assistance is a family owned and operated business guided by the professional knowledge, experience and values acquired by Renny, Betsy, and Jamie Wieland in their 50+ years of working with elders and disabled individuals. Hide

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· Kings Park

I would do your homework and not use this company. Unless you want three "project managers" to stand by and do nothing and be paying for that you may want to go else where.

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· New Rochelle

If every service company fan the way the Brothers does the world would be a happy place. They were exceptional in ther cautioned service, clear on all details, on time, neat as a pin and a real joy to work with. I highly recommend them.

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· Clifton

They were great to work with, clean, on time and finished ahead of schedule. My kitchen turned out better then I could have imagined

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· Winchendon

Very happy with our new shed, it's built to last.

What should homeowners be asking a contractor before making a hiring decision?

Wilson Valvez of Master Roof PRO answered:

May 23, 2017
I believe that the most important thing besides the cost is a Warranty and a detailed list of materials and work that needs to be done in writting. 
roof vents placed behind 4ft walls in finished attic dont do squat for ventilation. no place for soffit vents, siding is asbestos so gable vents too pricey.
Jun 13, 2014
If the space behind the knee wall is clear from end to end and you install gable end vents at each end then that would keep the eaves from freezing and causing ice dams.Make sure the knee wall is well ... read more

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