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Review of Boardwalk Builders by

· Rehoboth Beach

Communication with us (the customer) fell severely short, as did accurate and understandable billing. The assigned project manager was almost never on site or in communication with us, and senior management only called to discuss billing, never our satisfaction or quality of work.

Cheryl B.

Review of A.J. Perri (Service) by

· Freehold

Our service technician was Justin Ebner and we are happy with his work and professional. We request that Justin be assigned as our service technician for all future maintenance of our A/C and gas furnace, and that he be assigned if possible for any future maintenance issues that may arise.

Charles K.

Review of Garman Builders by

· Lititz

We couldn't be more pleased with our building experience with Garman Bldrs. Their exceptional systems & processes, the great Garman employees we got to work with, and a great finished product, all exceeded our expectations. Love our new home!

Jon V.

Review of Advanced Plastering by

· West Chester

Advanced Plastering was fantastic to work with, and we had tremendous comfortability that they were giving us a high quality remediation product, which was important to me.

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?
I would be concerned... sounds like you have some sort of issue if the gap is gettting larger. I definantely would contact a local professional door installer.
What are the advantages/disadvantages of having asphalt roof shingles applied over my existing roof?
There are two options available for reroofing installations. One would be to tear off the old roof before applying the new one (tear off). The second would be to lay new shingles over the existing roo ... read more

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