Richard Mather Builder, Inc.

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· Lees Summit

I was very impressed with their service and with the cleanliness of the job site. They made me feel comfortable during the project. I am happy I chose Diamond Contracting. I wouldn't hesitate to call them in the future for remodeling projects.

Edward W.

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· Overland Park

I had 22 windows replaced March of 2014. I had several bids from various companies. Johnson County Siding and Window had a very competitive bid. A friend of mine had used them and I was able to see the type of work they did, so I hired them. The process was great from start to finish. There was... more

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· Excelsior Springs

My neighbor saw Pier Masters doing work on my home, and he asked me if I would recommend them. I said yes, and two people I know are about to schedule work with them.

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Review of Champion Windows of Kansas City by

· Lee'S Summit

We already had a Champion window, and just replaced 2 more windows with Champion. The windows do not leak or sweat, and are a huge improvement on the builder's grade ones we had. With Champion we feel we get good quality for the money. The windows are beautiful, and are so easy to operate!

Is it normal for new gutters to "snap" as they cool down in the evening?
It is tough to say allthough tt can be normal assuming the gutters/fascia are metal and in an area of the home that receives direct sunlight (enough to cause expansion and contraction).  IMO
What is the best way to install 30" high x 72" wide x 5/8 thick double pane fixed glass in vertical wall on roof. I am replacing "cloudy"existing ones
Hi Glenn, If they are cloudy between the panes it is almost always and indication of "Seal Failure". If the windows are still covered under a 10 year warranty you should first contact the window manuf ... read more
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