Liebig and Associates, Inc. Manufacturer Representatives Kitchen and Bath

We are not contractors, rather we are a great resource for remodel and new construction contractors as we are manufacturer representatives in the kitchen and bath industry . We can offer you our cabi... Show more

We are not contractors, rather we are a great resource for remodel and new construction contractors as we are manufacturer representatives in the kitchen and bath industry . We can offer you our cabinetry, plumbing and hardware products either directly from the manufacturer or through your preferred distributors. Hide

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· Festus

We are so satisfied and greatfull for tri state water, this is exactly what we wanted. Nancy was so great, she educated us in regards to knowing what lurks in our water. She was fun and pleasant. We enjoy her lots. The technician were great to have, great team. Over all we are super satisfied. Thank... more

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· St Louis

I am more than pleased with my new windows, the rep Barry Seelig and with the installers. They cleaned up so well, you would not know they had been there!

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· Belleville

I am very pleased with their professionalism and the amount of work that they did.

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· Chesterfield

Bone Dry Roofing did a quick, good, and reasonably priced job.

Anyone know about good windows that reflect heat and energy efficent on electric bills? Did check on NT but think they may be cheap windows need a Pro ?
Mar 13, 2018
Fiberglass windows would be a great option for energy efficency. We sell the Infinity by Marvin windows which are amazing!
i just had all the windows replaced in my home, why am i getting moisture on the inside of some of the windows and puddles on the window sills?

Ken Ware of Mosby Building Arts PRO answered:

Dec 23, 2016
Hi Connie, You have condensation on your new windows.  This is common with new windows that are air sealing your home better than the old ones.  It also means you have humidity in the air in your home ... read more

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