Personal Injury Lawyers in Jacksonville

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· Jacksonville

I am very satisfied with Tadlock Roofing and their quality of work. They did a great job.

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· Alachua

I was very satisfied with Perry Roofing. The staff was knowledgeable. The different departments that I dealt with did a good job explaining and demonstrating before it commenced. I was definitely impressed with the company. It wasn't cheap, but it was definitely a quality job.

Charles L.

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· Jacksonville

With so many recent headline news related to home owners getting ripped off with roof contracts where someone or some roof contractor promised a roof replacement, but the customers end up losing extreme amounts of money and no roof to show for it, it was actually a very pleasant experience getting o... more

Mollie J.

Review of Oak Crest Roofing by

· Macclenny

Did not provide materials requested nor did they install the valleys the way I requested they be done. I have not received an Itemized invoice which I request, nor Lien releases from suppliers and subcontractors for work done on my home.

How do you dog-proof a large deck with standard height railing/bannister ?

Nilza Jackson of WCI Group Inc. PRO answered:

Jul 17, 2015
Are you trying to keep the dog on the deck or off?  How big of dog are you talking about?
We have 3 7-year old weeping willows that have suffered major tree damage. Should we try to restore them or start over?
Dec 10, 2014
Talk with your local tree nursery or a state university agricultural extension office.  (Iowa State University has an excellent one.)  I love willows, but if the damage is too severe, you may need to ... read more

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