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I understand that a pan is required to be placed under the water heater. I don't have one. The water is exceptionally hot - it previously had been set a little less hot. There was a dark stain left on my hall runner left by the old water heater being taken out.
Great work, reasonable price.
This was phase 2 of replacing our windows through Window Nation and the process was painless. This time around the process was even easier than the first time.
The first snow/ice storm in our new house and we had 3 feet long icicles hanging from our previously poorly installed gutters. The Brothers handled the cleaning as well as the repair. From the first call to the estimate to the work done, everything was done well, done professionally, and with fantas... more
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