Southwind Builders, Inc.

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Mark M.

Review of Twin Cities Siding Professionals by

· Eagan

From first meetings with Terry, and introductions to his crew manager Curt, and site manager (the incredible) Andy, this team performed well beyond our expectations. Presentation of quote was concise, clear and easy to understand with no questions left unanswered. Pricing was fair and honestly pre... more

Gary L.

Review of PCS Residential by

· Eagan

The staff at PCS Residential was courteous, professional, and knowledgeable. Their installation crew was professional and neat. They did a great job executing the project. I would recommend PCS Residential to anyone.

Russ P.

Review of Bluestem Construction by

· Minneapolis

We were extremely pleased by the overall quality, responsiveness, and commitment of the Bluestem team. They consistently went the extra mile to be sure we were satisfied with the end product. This continued after the project was finished when we had warranty issues arise on a furnace installed by on... more

Lilian M.

Review of Schmidt Siding & Window by

· Montgomery

They were very neat, and I would say they were exceptional. They did very good work, and after they were done, the cleanup was terrific. I can't say a word against it.

Hi! PLEASE HELP! In need of a REPUTABLE roofing inspector in St. Louis area. Botched roofing job.

Ryan Lee of Supreme Contracting PRO answered:

Dec 21, 2016
Hi, I hope I can provide some insight and help. First, as a storm restoration contractor the insurance company does not usually supply enough materials to get the job done to meet building code, and t ... read more
Last edited Dec 21, 2016 4:22pm
Why would I have outside outlet be flashing with a red light?

Matt Dlouhy of Roofs R Us PRO answered:

Sep 14, 2016
Not sure but stay away from it...

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