Restoration 1 of Greater Charlotte

Restoration 1 of Greater Charlotte offers water, mold, and fire & smoke damage restoration services when the unexpected occurs to residential or commercial properties in greater charlotte area.

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Robert P.

Review of Universal Windows Direct of Charlotte by

· Charlotte

The installation crew listened attentively. The things that I had requested were adhered to. Before they left here, we ensured that everything was completed so they didn't have to come back. I had follow-ups calls from the office in downtown Charlotte to ensure that everything was completed. I am sa... more

E.N.R.

Review of Jenkins Restorations - Charlotte by

· Mooresville

The project coordinator for our repair work was Matthew Owen. From start to finish he kept us informed of all the steps in the process, how long they would take and always contacted us to find out our level of satisfaction along the way.During the course of the repair, I happened to share a health... more

Rebecca R.

Review of Wade Jurney Homes by

· Lancaster

The price is good. The only problem that I had was with the manager, who I had to break my first contract because of. The quality of the sink and faucets are cheap, and have no brand.

Terry B.

Review of American Standard Walk-In Tubs by

· Columbia

The installation crew was very professional. They went above their standard. There was some conflict with the scheduling date, but it was resolved. Highly recommend them!

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