Graduate Contracting

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Although my project had some hangups that lowered the overall score, I find it hard to believe that another contractor could have done better. Nobody's perfect, so the real test comes when it's time to make good, which Bone Dry did without complaint.

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Champion Windows is certainly a turn-key operation from the initial call for your service to the final install. They are prompt and easy to work with. The products are the best and warranted and the service installation is fast and efficient. I would recommend Champion to anyone wanting the very... more

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They did a very good job!

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· Lexington

Back Construction built our new screen porch/deck. They did a fantastic job. It looks great on the back of our home and we spend a lot of time there. The structure was well built and the finish work looks fantastic. They took care of everything and kept us informed every step of the way. I have... more

The roof and foundation of my house needs to be fixed. If I get the roof done first because it is leaking, will it be affected when the foundation is fixed?
Jan 5, 2016
We agree with everyone that notes to fix your roof first, including any gutters and downspouts. Remember to be sure to run the water AWAY from the home. Water coming down around the drip zone of the f ... read more
can i replace the formica on my kitchen counters without pulling out and replacing the whole counter. In other words, can you cement new formica over what is t
Sep 23, 2015
Unfortunately, no, applying another layer of laminate is not a viable option. Most homeowners do not have the proper tool to adequately heat the surface to adhere the laminate, as the adhesive typical ... read more
Last edited Sep 24, 2015 8:35am

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