Coughlin Home Improvement

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Dean B.

Review of HomeZone Improvements, LLC by

· Clio

There were three guys, the salesperson, the carpenter, and the guy who came out to the house to take the measurements. They all did an excellent job with courteousness, professionalism and keeping their work area clean and vacuumed. They took all of the parts they took out and their mess area with t... more

Edith D.

Review of WindowPRO by

· Wixom

I had 14 windows put in two years ago. We saved the two bigger windows for later, so we got those done this time and everything was good. I wouldn't have used them again if I wasn't completely satisfied the first time.

Sokolowski H.

Review of Victors Roofing by

· Commerce Charter Township[

Our roof was in bad shape. So bad, in fact, that a raccoon had found an entry point and was taking up residence! Victor's set a date to do the job and we had a beautiful new roof in one day! Raccoon is gone and the roof makes me smile every time I pull up in the driveway. The crew was extremely prof... more


Review of Wallside Windows by

· Howell

the crew that installed them were great. very friendly. fun to have around and did an excellent job.

What home repairs/renovations can (or should) I make to best keep cold winter temps out, and my indoor heat in?
Dec 12, 2016
The best thing you could do for your home to keep the warm in and the cold out is to 1st. check your insulation in your attic if your not properly insulated the heat will escape. Another is making sur ... read more
Buying an old house and renovating versus tearing down and building new: Pros & Cons?

Ashley Kuntz of Eastbrook Homes PRO answered:

May 22, 2014
Both can be costly. If you tear down, you may build it exactly how you want it - and potentially have less problems then trying to create something new out of something old. You never know what could ... read more

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