John Gray Homes, LLC

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Randall H.

Review of Schloegel Design Remodel by

· Kansas City

We live in a 100+ year old house and we had Schloegel remodel (down to the studs) a bathroom original to the house and replace over half of the original windows. We were very pleased on all fronts - from the planning and design, to the execution and follow-through on their commitment (the bathroom... more

Robert D.

Review of Bordner of Kansas City by

· Kansas City

We met Kevin at the Home Show in Kansas City and he impressed us so much with his knowledge and integrity we decided to go with them.

Dan O.

Review of Johnson County Siding & Window Co. by

· Prairie Village

Bill and Justin say what they do and do what they say. Seems basic, but that's hard to find in this industry. They actually care about your results and you are dealing with a local family owned business. The level of detail above a salesman employee at other companies was apparent. The foreman o... more

Tim C.

Review of Pro Builders of KC LLC by

· Holt

My roof was a 30 year old, storm damaged mess and ProBuilders made it better than original construction. The crew cleaned up my property completely and the entire job only took two days. I can now face the winter with confidence! Great job!

I have cracks in my basement concrete. What type of expert can tell me if the problem is serious? How do I find someone who can give me an unbiased appraisal?
Nov 19, 2015
All concrete has cracks. The difference is if it leaking or getting worse. Call the local wterproofing or mudd jacking contractor for a site visit.
Should I be worried that external doors in my home are shifting to a point that I can't lock them without lifting them up?
While sometimes this is a door installation issue, It is often from seasonal temporary weather changes affecting your homes foundation, or other settling issues. Dry spells and winter freezing cause t ... read more

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