ServiceMaster - Kalamazoo

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Was satified with the windows and instillattion but the rep didn't realize we had to frame in some windows due to the way they were installed originally so we ended up paying more than the first quota also the rebates were tricky to fill out and to be honest I thought that was something the rep shou... more

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What can I do about concrete driveway cracking 6 weeks after it was poured?

Jacob Vierzen of R-Value Homes PRO answered:

Sep 6, 2017
The old quip about the only things certain in life are death and taxes could be added to: and concrete will crack! Concrete cracks for a variety of reasons, but the most common one is normal and not a ... read more
Buying an old house and renovating versus tearing down and building new: Pros & Cons?

Ashley Kuntz of Eastbrook Homes PRO answered:

May 22, 2014
Both can be costly. If you tear down, you may build it exactly how you want it - and potentially have less problems then trying to create something new out of something old. You never know what could ... read more

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