J & D Builders, Inc.

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Thank you for you due diligence in getting everything done. I have received numerous compliments from my neighbors and friends on how good it looks and how nice everything turned out. I knew there would be some challenges on some of the roof line and soffit framing especially on the back laundry roo... more

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· Lakeville

I have personally been in the trades for over 20 years and I expect quality and communication. I received both during my construction process and I would highly recommend McGee Restoration for any of you construction needs.

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· East Bethel

The carpentry work was fantastic, the project management was fantastic. After the final details were finalized the execution of the project was really good.

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· Coon Rapids

I was really pleased with Jake and how he fought to make sure my insurance company paid for everything that needed to be fixed. Also Joel made sure I was happy with all the work. I never felt like my best interest was not their top priority.

Dog damage to door: What is the best way to repair it?
Jun 27, 2017
I would concur with the above answers.  If you are able to fill with wood putty and paint that would prove to be the most cost effective option.  If you would like to go further, determine the brand o ... read more
Hi! PLEASE HELP! In need of a REPUTABLE roofing inspector in St. Louis area. Botched roofing job.

Ryan Lee of Supreme Contracting PRO answered:

Dec 21, 2016
Hi, I hope I can provide some insight and help. First, as a storm restoration contractor the insurance company does not usually supply enough materials to get the job done to meet building code, and t ... read more
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