Lallier Construction, Inc.

Lallier Construction, Inc. has been a local Denver Roofing Contractor since 1989. We work on Commercial, Multi-Family, and Residential properties. LCI ensures our customers are 100% satisfied before calling any project complete. In the last 29 years, LCI has mastered the installation of various roofing types: TPO, EPDM, PVC, Metal, and Asphalt Shingle. We also have experts to help you with any storm damage insurance claims. You can trust us with all of your roofing and exterior needs.

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Review of Champion Windows of Colorado Springs by

· Yoder

I would recommend Champion Windows to a friend. The installation crew from Champion was very professional and they were very good. They were very clean around my home and left the place clean when they left. The installation crew worked efficiently and they demonstrated to us how to work the window... more

Ed M.

Review of Champion Windows of Ft. Collins by

· Loveland

After the problems with the first sliding door, being that both doors were of different sizes, the opening door was very small. Talked to the manager, he followed up and ordered a new door. Receiving a new sliding door with both doors the same size, the installation was great, the quality high and t... more

Kathy K.

Review of Champion Windows of Denver by

· Golden

If anybody is going to order a dog door, you may want to measure the dog.

Cindy C.

Review of Bordner of Colorado by

· Colorado Springs

According to the brochure, Bordner's finds the problem with remodeling projects is longer than expected, final bill come in higher than quote, and shoddy workmanship so they pledged not to have these issues. We experienced shoddy workmanship, longer than expected to get the job started, and found o... more

What is the best way to insulate the ceiling on my glassed-in porch?

Brent Roper of Ropa Roofing PRO answered:

Apr 25, 2017
Blow in, but will have to hide it with a new ceiling I believe...
New to Charlotte and living in Myers Park. How much should it cost to paint a living room (22'4"x14'6") and a study (14'2"x12'6")?
Apr 25, 2014
Most painters will charge about $300 to $500 per room for rooms of that size depending on the type of paint you are requesting to be used.  That is assuming that the room is empty and items like crown ... read more

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