ServPro - Burlington/Woburn

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what is the process to cancel contract with in the three day period? The paperwork is missing (unreadable) that information due to printing issues.
In MA we have the three day right of recession policy. Our contracts have a Notice of Cancellation document that is in NCR form. The homeowner mails or faxes back a signed copy within three days.  If ... read more
Last edited Apr 12, 2016 7:03am
What type of flooring could be installed over top of a cork floor that would both protect the cork floor underneath and be durable?
Oct 21, 2014
I would recommend a clik together flooring that would be floating over the cork. That way you can install and remove it easily and there should be no damage to the cork below.

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