Good to Go Construction, Inc.

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We love everything about our remodeling project -- from the original planning meetings to the amazing work we watched during the project to the completed remodel. People routinely ask us how the remodeling went, and our response always is that we just couldn't find anything to complain about. The... more

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Tom Lee was very helpful discussing options and leading us through the decisions for our project. Nate, Bill and the rest of the crew completed the project in a very professional way. Work was done at a high standard and left us very satisfied.

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· Saint Paul

KeyPrime is a good company and I encourage them to keep doing a good job.

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Best way to detect a leak in a residential irrigation sprinkler system?
Apr 29, 2014
Hi John,  Turn on your sprinklers for the zone your leak is on and let it run. The area where the leak is will cause the ground around it to be soaked and water logged more so than any other area. The ... read more
I have a ranch-style brick house and I'd like to give it a facelift. Do you recommend painting brick or will it be a lot of maintenance/work in the long-run?
Feb 24, 2014
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