The Flood Team

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Charlotte P.

Review of Padgett Building & Remodeling by

· O'Fallon

Padgett Building & Remodeling went above and beyond anything I expected on project. They started on time and finished early. Anything that I asked them to do they did and they were great. If I have another project I will be calling Padgett to do the job.

Bill G.

Review of DreamMaker of Springfield by

· Auburn

It was a pleasure to work with Curt and his employees. He designed a very functional and beautiful bathroom for our family and it fit the needs of working for someone with a disability.

Springfield P.

Review of Coach House Garages by

· Springfield

Once we got the ball rolling, it was easy. Mike helped me make sure everything I wanted to use the garage for would happen. They had to make an adjustment to the cement which they did. Overall, it was very efficient, well done and looks great. My church is jealous cause I do have an awesome garage.

Gary R.

Review of Universal Windows Direct of St Louis by

· Dupo

They do good work and they are a good company.

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Jun 24, 2015
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How do I waterproof my basement without getting a sump pump. Water comes in during strong rain at one side of the wall where there is brick chimney outdoors,

Neil Lima of Lima Contracting PRO answered:

Sep 22, 2014
With this scenario.  The least expensive start is to on make sure all gutters are free from debris and working properly.  2.  Remove sidewalk and re-install new concrete all the way up to the house an ... read more

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