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Review of ARS Restoration Specialists by

· Newton

The job was done to my satisfaction and my carpets were completely dried out. My only complaint was that they were very expensive. I realize that they mostly get paid by insurance companies, but I had to pay for this myself.

J.A.N.

Review of Feinmann Inc. by

· Boston

End result is in line with our wishes and hopes. Outsiders who have seen the remodelled space are impressed. However, there were severe delays and costs were substantially higher than anticipated.

Scott H.

Review of Reeds Ferry Sheds by

· Salem

It was absolutely wonderful! Everyone was nice, they were clean, professional, efficient, and done so quickly. It was amazing how quickly they got it done!

Gregory G.

Review of Boston Solar by

· Bridgewater

Very professional organization. Would highly recommend the company to anyone that is interested in purchasing a quality solar product.

We're opening a door off the back of our house and would love some advice on choosing the wood type.
Dec 18, 2015
I live in northern Mass along the coast and deal with this all the time. It really is a question of your commitment to maintenance. Wood today is not like wood 20 years ago or older and lead removed f ... read more
Last edited Dec 18, 2015 6:04pm
can i replace the formica on my kitchen counters without pulling out and replacing the whole counter. In other words, can you cement new formica over what is t
Sep 12, 2015
Yes it is possible but not practical. Technically you can do it and you can put plastic laminate over plastic laminate. But the  layer your covering has to be super clean, abraded and all surfaces mus ... read more
Last edited Sep 12, 2015 11:02am

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