Stein Construction Builders & Remodelers

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Sally D.

Review of Unique Home Solutions - Cleveland by

· Marysville

Both the sales representatives and the installers were professional and knowledgeable. They did exactly what they said they would do. The clean-up was handled quite thoroughly, and they've been very prompt in addressing any concerns that we've had. I would not hesitate to recommend the company to an... more

Mike M.

Review of Infinity Windows of Ohio, LLC by

· Westerville

As a repeat customer I knew I what to expect. WindowPro did not disappoint. They arrived on time for each visit. The quote process was quick and easy. The install and stain teams were professional and respected our house. They performed a quality install at a great price.

Susana W.

Review of Bone Dry Roofing by

· Columbus

I was very happy with my roof. I feel that it was absolutely worth the money to go with a professional firm as they are. They went above and beyond. I wasn't expecting the followup emails and photos that they sent. I would absolutely recommend them to anyone.

Mickey C.

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· Butler

I thought Champion did an extremely good job. I have no complaints.

If you get it in writing that your roof installation will not be too heavy for the frame of your home, and a few months later your roof is sinking and the frame is cracking, is the roofer responsible?
Nov 10, 2016
Hello Debbie, I would ask how that was determined.  I think that fact that the question was brought up in the first place really raises a red flag.  In my experience, if there was a question about cha ... read more
What size nails are required for Structural insulated sheeting .5 inch foam board.
Aug 13, 2014
This is based entirely on the Manufactueres recommended installation techniques per the scope of work to be performed.  Such as location, what your fastening to etc.

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