Gilcraft Construction Co., Inc.

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Great quality job. After seeking many estimates I chose Matt because he had a good basic knowledge of the roofing industry and current code requirements. I like his plan and trusted him to use the products that he normally installs. Process was pretty easy only needed to wait a little for warm we... more

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The Job was done quickly and effectively despite the frequent Pop Up showers that happened throughout the day. The team also work around my busy conference call schedule minimizing the impacts to my work schedule thanks

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· Suwnaee

Our Entire Home Buying Process has been very unpleasant. The quality is of main concern. None of the back yards in the community have been properly graded. At the end they have closed the home with some issues and they are still being worked on. Not to the complete resolution. My backyard is a swamp... more

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Is there any tree like Leyland cypress but the height should not be more than 15 feet?
Apr 9, 2015
Try a dwarf arborvitae. They look similar but don't attain the height of a leyland cypress. 
What kind of insulation is needed in the attic of my 2-story brick town house so that the 2nd floor bedrooms are as cool as the basement and 1st floor?
Jul 12, 2014
Spray foam insulation is by far the best for an attic.  It is sprayed in the rafters areas and basically seals off the entire attic and stops the heat as soon as it enters from the roof.  It can be ve ... read more

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