James III Homes, Inc.

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Tom W.

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· Overland Park

From the first conversation with Jake until the completion of our kitchen remodel, we had a very positive experience with Schloegel Design Remodel. Our designer, Gayle, knew exactly what we wanted and made it a reality. The crew working on our project were terrific. They were always on time, very pr... more

Michael S.

Review of Champion Windows of Kansas City by


Champion Windows of Kansas City's windows were very high quality and exceeded my expectations. We noticed a dramatic decrease in street noise coming into the house after the installation.

Cheryl M.

Review of Integrity Roofing, Siding, Gutters & Windows by

· Overland Park

We were extremely pleased with Integrity and our Salesman. After investigating several companies we found Integrity to be the best. We were very happy with the staff at the office, our salesman and all the workers that put on our new roof and gutters. Everyone was very professional and thorough.... more

Anthony C.

Review of Pier Masters by

· Kansas City

They did a great job.

What are some of the most unique features you have built into a new home? (photos appreciated)
Jul 14, 2015
Our Boulevard model included a loft style bed in the guest bedroom. Kids could climb up the ladder and enjoy their own semi-private sleeping nook or play area. This home also had an elevator incorpora ... read more
What is the best way to install 30" high x 72" wide x 5/8 thick double pane fixed glass in vertical wall on roof. I am replacing "cloudy"existing ones
Hi Glenn, If they are cloudy between the panes it is almost always and indication of "Seal Failure". If the windows are still covered under a 10 year warranty you should first contact the window manuf ... read more
Last edited Jan 28, 2015 1:00pm

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