Edward Construction

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· Hudson

They had a courteous staff, a nice product, beautiful results. We're very pleased with the way the windows look and work. I think it added a lot of value to our home.

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· Cuyahoga Falls

We purchased a walk in tub. I like the tub, but do not like how you only get a discount if you purchase the day the salesman first comes. The installer was nice and knowledgable about the tub, but placed my toilet on my carpet while installing and got my carpet wet with toilet water. They did clean... more

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Review of PROPS Consulting LLC by

· Hudson

Props Consulting LLC has been exceptional in every detail of my project. They are professional people who are knowledgeable, helpful, and caring. They turned my nice house into a beautiful home. I am so proud of their work and product. People have watched the job and are amazed at the transforma... more

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· Massillon

Our project manager was great.He worked with us to get the best quality materials and best workmanship to fit our budget. We are very pleased with the result.

What is the best gutter protection product?
When choosing a gutter protection system, it is very important that you do your research. Some professionally installed gutter guards will actually install under your roof or shingles. This can void y ... read more
Can vinyl shutters be painted? We have some shutters that were black but have since become very faded.
Aug 12, 2014
Yes vinyl shutters can absolutely be painted, although maintenance will be required again with normal wear & tear and exposure to the elements. Have you considered replacing them with a low mainte ... read more
Last edited Apr 29, 2015 5:35pm

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