T & S Custom homes/Sterling Built Homes

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· Franklin

I am extremely satisfied with my experience dealing with Holmes Custom Renovations. I am satisfied with the product, workmanship and overall experience. I am willing to use the company again and recommend them.

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· Lebanon

It was quality service from sales to installation with Champion Windows.

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Review of Champion Windows of Cincinnati by

· Hamilton

I'm really satisfied with my new windows. My house was drafty before but now it's more comfortable. The salesman explanied everything thoroughly. The workers were very quick. I'm completely satisfied.

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Review of Mr. Roof Louisville by

· Louisville

Mr. Roof I thought was a good and reputable company. If there are problems, they don't try to fix them right the first time. My flashing was pained with spray paint. The over spray went on to the brick of my house. To fix the problem, Mr. Roof put bigger flashing on the house at the area the over sp... more

Can someone provide tips on how to repair sagging gutters?
Feb 14, 2017
Hello John, I agree with Ryan's answer.  I would add that you can also pull the gutter spikes and replace them with gutter screws available at any of the big box stores.  They typically come with the ... read more
How long does it take for water to stop dripping at the faucet after the main shutoff valve is applied?
Jan 16, 2017
Hello Bin, If you have not done so already, it helps to drain the system at the lowest point.  Meaning apply the shut off valve first, open the faucet at the lowest point (usually in the basement or ... read more

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