James A. Peel And Sons Inc

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· Woodstock

Although they did the job satisfactorily, they overcharged me and will now not answer my calls and emails to get it right. I have been trying to get the overcharge refunded for 5 months. They admitted the error and said it would be refunded, still nothing.

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· Edgewater

From my first encounter with the Factory Sales rep and all the way through the installation process, I was convinced that this was a well organized company with appropriate procedures, checks and balances, quality assurance and a high quality product to guarantee my investment in new gutters would b... more

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· Stevensville

Excellent -- this is the second time we have used Cunningham's for our precious Chinese wool rugs, including several large 12x14 rugs. They get thoroughly cleaned without any damage at a reasonable price.

I'm considering building a wine cellar in our crawl space. How would you go about that?
May 11, 2014
It depends on how much storage you need, how you access it, available space between joints and ground and is area conditioned? Do you have some pictures and rough dimensions?
How do I go about find out whether I have a mold problem?
Mar 12, 2014
Hey Scott,  I would say the best course of action would be to contact a certified mold remediation company and set up an inspection to determine if mold is present, because you never know what kind of ... read more

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