Noticeable Change Construction

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Suresh V.

Review of NIH Homes by

· Medina

We liked the overall design and aesthetics of the house. The materials used in construction are of superior quality. The layout of the house is very functional and practical. They are very professional and always there to help us out post the completion.

John S.

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· Roseville

Spencer is wonderful to work with. He's helped us with two different projects and both had beautiful results. He is super knowledgable and hands on. He will work for you if you need insurance assistance. The crew was respectful, efficient, and clean. We'd never use anyone else.

Bob S.

Review of Craftsman's Choice by

· Tonka Bay

Very professional work, responsive to questions, good follow through to completion.

what is the process to cancel contract with in the three day period? The paperwork is missing (unreadable) that information due to printing issues.

Tom Schiebout of Tomco Company PRO answered:

Apr 14, 2016
In MN. we have the same 3 day right to rescind. This is standardized form (written legibally) in type 10 bold letter type. My understanding, it is required to be given to the client if contract you si ... read more
I have a ranch-style brick house and I'd like to give it a facelift. Do you recommend painting brick or will it be a lot of maintenance/work in the long-run?
Feb 24, 2014
Bekah, It is perfectly fine to paint brick.  Here are some things to consider.  You need to clean it fiirst.  I recommend a thorough power wash with a 25 degree tip.  Keep the nozzle back at least six ... read more

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