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Anne M.

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· Syracuse

I found my experience to be excellent. The end result was far beyond my expectations. The workmen were all knowledgeable in their fields. They were courteous, clean and on time. They explained everything they were doing. I've recommended McClurg since then and I would not hesitate to recommend... more

Cathy M.

Review of Champion Windows of Rochester by

· Kent

Having a deck like we now have has been a dream of mine since I built my home. However, dealing with Champion and the problems we encountered while having it built has been a nightmare. From the first day when the crew was late, to having a used, defective patio door installed until we found out "... more

Janice L.

Review of Boardwalk Design, Inc. by

· Pittsford

Thrilled with their work on our 105 yr old home. Fits in perfectly with the look of the house. I had complete confidence they could fix anything and all would turn out well.

Suzanne H.

Review of Homeowner Funding by

· Sayre

I was very impressed with Brian and the girls in the office down there. I was impressed with Brian, the guy who came in and helped me with all this. He was just magnificent and such a nice person. My neighbors were here when he came in and they were very impressed with him, as well.

There is a leakage and damage due to rains, hailstorms on the roof of my house . Can anyone suggest me a roofing contractor in Texas?
Oct 31, 2017
CTI CONTRACTORS.  We help you through the insurance claim process..
Do you have to use a specific light bulb when using a dimmer switch.
Jul 20, 2016
Yes, when using traditional incondesent bulbs make sure it is marked dimmable (most are). If you are moving into the realm of LED things get a bit more complicated. Many LED bulbs say dimmable but can ... read more

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