Liquid Assets Pools

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Paul B.

Review of Mastercraft Exteriors by

· Farmington

Everything was fine. They stayed in contact with me the entire time. The supervisor did a fantastic job, and everything was picked up after the job was completed.

Janet K.

Review of Champion Windows of St. Louis by

· Fenton

We love our windows. They're so easy to open and clean, yet very secure and beautiful!! Our home is a lot cooler with our new windows.

Rochelle W.

Review of Aging In The Home Remodelers by

· Maryland Heights

I cant believe how jilted around we were after I did research all the positive reviews. If they were dealing with my 90 cousins alone I would be very upset. They were over priced. they said it was over 19,000, but if you get it today it would be 15000. they took 1,300 off due to the mistakes. If yo... more

Nick M.

Review of LeafFilter Gutter Protection by

· Arnold

Salesman arrived on time, provided a good demonstration and presentation, we made our decision and they did the work the following day. So far, we are very satisfied with the project and workmanship

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Feb 19, 2018
I do not work on pools, but used to have an in ground with vinyl liner in my home.  The first thing that came to mind when I started reading your post was switch to salt water.  Then I read that you m ... read more
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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