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The entire process with A.J. Perri was excellent until we talked about the price. I was in shock when I heard the price that they quoted me. You cannot get repeat customer with that kind of aggressive pricing. If they hadn't lowered the price, I was even willing to pay them the service call fee and... more
I could not have been more pleased. From start to finish, it was excellent.
I am very happy I chose the "The brothers that just do Gutters". They were a pleasure to deal with from the Dana the salesperson, the office personal and the work crew. A truly professional outfit. I highly recommend them.
Hello Team, I sent an email earlier and praised Dante in the email...he was terrific...all of you are/were very helpful. Thanks
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