Sagatov Associates

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· Fredericksburg

Not in residence during the restoration. Was pleased and happy with progress reports by telephone and email and interaction with neighbor representative. The home is back to normal with no leaks or further damage. Fine work can be seen in the fit and finish.Thanks!

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· Bel Air

Great job and very timely. Love the look which will last me through my lifetime. Have already referred a customer to you and will recommend others. Very, very happy with look and job. No regrets.Thank youJohn H.

What is the temperature range for installing roof shingles
Dec 15, 2016
Each shingle manufacturer will specify if they have minimum temperatures for install.  40 degrees is a good rule of thumb. Below that, crews may have issues with their equipment (air compressors and h ... read more
When a house is built and there's scratches as to where you can see a drill was use to install cave it's, is there a monetary value compensation or replace?
Dec 10, 2015
If it's paint grade, filling and sanding shouldn't be to hard to do. If it's a stain grade, it should be replaced. repairs on stainable wood always seems to stand out.

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