Harris Glass Co

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· Indianapolis

I think most of the workers were very nice, polite and had good attitudes with me. It was easier to talk with them and ask questions. They treated me with respect and I liked everyone of them. I'm thankful they showed their respect as a family company. They do good work! They don't just fiddle faddl... more

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· Middletown

We are very pleased with all the work we have had done by L.J. Stone Co., and we would recommend them to anybody. We were satisfied with everything and everybody.

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· Oak Forest

Tried dealing with other roof companies to change our roof through our insurance. I Didn't succeed until i got in contact with Abel roofing. They held my hand throughout this whole process. Very easy and smooth and just downright professional and easy to talk to.

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· Indianapolis

Bone Dry Roofing was professional, helpful, and very knowledgeable about the roofing business that they are in. I appreciate their professionalism with the care and concern that they showed with my issues.

I had an 8x10 porch built which covers my back door and kitchen windows. Does this qualify as an Energy Efficiency Improvement by IRS standards?
Mar 30, 2015
http://www.houselogic.com/home-advice/tax-credits/how-to-collect-tax-energy-credits/ I do not believe that would qualify. Only the materials qaulifies for the credit.
What's the best wood material for a barn siding project?
Jun 2, 2014
hemlock is the time tested wood species for barn construction. it has naturally ocurring cyanide in the wood that inhibits the critters.

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