HBA of Mohawk Valley

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Steve M.

Review of McClurg Remodeling & Construction by

· Cicero

We were very pleased with everything from start to finish. McClurg did what they said they were going to do & finished on time. We love our new kitchen & are looking forward to remodeling our bathrooms next year.

Lowell M.

Review of The Brothers that just do Gutters (New York) by

· Bearsville

We recommend this company highly. After the winter of 2013-14, a large span of gutter on our large house came crashing to the ground due to ice and snow. When the Brothers came to inspect, they made note of everything we needed, including pesky leaks and a part of our new addition that needed a gutt... more

Charles S.

Review of LeafFilter Gutter Protection by

· Jamesville/Pompey

I was slow to respond because I have not been home when it was raining - since the installation.. However, there is evidence that there is considerable "spill-over" near (above) our front door. It is supposed to rain late today (6/10/15) and I will know more. Otherwise - the material looks great a... more

Sharon V.

Review of S & G Roofing Inc by

· Ballston Lake

They were very helpful and explained everything in detail at the initial meeting. They always followed up on communication. The work was done efficiently, on time, and the clean up was great. I did not find any debris from the roofing installation.

There is a leakage and damage due to rains, hailstorms on the roof of my house . Can anyone suggest me a roofing contractor in Texas?
Oct 31, 2017
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Jul 20, 2016
Yes, when using traditional incondesent bulbs make sure it is marked dimmable (most are). If you are moving into the realm of LED things get a bit more complicated. Many LED bulbs say dimmable but can ... read more

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