Riley Home Improvement

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Review of Unique Home Solutions by

· Columbus

I was very impressed with the professionalism of the staff and the competency of their work. Unique Home Solutions' installers were courteous and included me in the decisions that needed to be made, always checking with me first. They completed the project on time and beautifully and exactly hoe I w... more

Kathleen M.

Review of LeafFilter Gutter Protection by

· Lexington

The previous type of gutter guard was ineffective( hood fits over the gutter, more water flowed over the gutter than into the gutter. The leaf filter is very effective. I do not now worry about the foundation of my house, especially since we have had so much rain

Mrs. V.

Review of Champion Windows of Cincinnati by

· Dayton

The whole team did a great job. They met every one of my needs.

Jillian H.

Review of Bone Dry Roofing by

· Louisville

Bone Dry did an excellent job on our roof. We had been trying to fix a leak for a few years on our own with no luck, Bone Dry fixed the problem and replaced our rolled roofs on three stories for a very reasonable price and got the work done in one day. As a stay at home mom I deal with a lot of the... more

How long does it take for water to stop dripping at the faucet after the main shutoff valve is applied?
Jan 16, 2017
Hello Bin, If you have not done so already, it helps to drain the system at the lowest point.  Meaning apply the shut off valve first, open the faucet at the lowest point (usually in the basement or ... read more
When it comes to major home renovations, what improvements/fixes produce the best ROI?
Nov 18, 2016
Phillip and Clifton have it right on.  That's our reference as well.  Digging one level deeper, the biggest bang for your buck generally comes from direct replacement projects.  Meaning, if you need t ... read more
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