LBS Homes, LLC

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· KANSAS CITY

The workmen who installed our new patio did a very excellent job. He was neat and cleaned up, not just inside but also outside. He removed glass that had shattered on the patio. He was the most conscientious repair man I've ever had. Mr. Adams and Champion were very patient when we had to pay our ba... more

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· Topeka

I am highly satisfied with the knowledge and workmanship from Champion Windows. They are well worth the money. Thank you so much, Champion Windows and staff!

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· Paola

This was a great experience, our tech was very well informed and found out he and his family lived only a couple of miles away from our home. I felt very comfortable with his knowledge of the work needing to be done. I will have NO hesitation to call Teague Electric for all of our electrical needs... more

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· Lawrence

Randy Warren in the Lawrence office and his support staff helped us to achieve our dream kitchen remodel. Randy's professionalism, attention to detail and creative ideas provided us with a kitchen that is modern, stylish and functional while also "dazzling" us with how much he listened to our ideas... more

How do I get ceiling properly inspected ....a crack continues to reopen ... Not satisfied with builders repairs
Hire a structural engineer. This could be a bit more expensive initially, but you could stave off lot of frustration later.
What kind of insulation is needed in the attic of my 2-story brick town house so that the 2nd floor bedrooms are as cool as the basement and 1st floor?
Jul 26, 2014
R-49 also ventilation is very important to have soffit vent as well as roof vent to keep the attic cool and dry.

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