Reliable Remodeling

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Tim M.

Review of Lakeside Exteriors by

· Clarkson Valley

If you are looking for new windows Lakeside will offer you the best at a good price. Their installation was timed to meet our needs and the crew worked efficiently and did a great job. The Marvin windows are a great product and we can tell the difference in how our home feels. Lakeside cares about m... more

Harald J.

Review of Champion Windows of St. Louis by

· Wood River

Champion put in a large bay window in our home. They arrived on time, were very courteous, and finished in a timely mannor. They really did do a great job and I will be hiring them to replace our other window projects. A special thank you to Scott our salesman for making sure our every need was comp... more

Debbie H.

Review of Coach House Garages by

· Pana

They were very nice, professional, and I really enjoy my garage. I have never had one before and they were very nice. I have nothing bad to say about them!

Ronald D.

Review of Erie Construction Midwest Inc by

· Highland

We are very pleased with the work. There were a few details that they followed up on right away to correct, which we appreciated. We were very happy and the workmen were very good with cleaning up. We feel that this was a very good investment and would recommend the company to anyone.

We need our electrical box replaced and improved, when we moved in the house the circuit breaker were not marked well.
Feb 19, 2018
You definitely want to make sure the person is licensed and that they obtain the proper permits for this.  Most "discount" electric panel change-outs are not done well or properly.  Proper licensing a ... read more
Wires of window sensors to alarm snipped.
Feb 19, 2018
I'm actually not seeing a wire sticking out of the wall to connect to (in either picture).  There should be a wire sticking out somewhere, unless they also clipped that off, or stuffed it behind the w ... read more

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