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Review of Findlay Roofing/Roof Roof by

· Decatur

Notes by this customer may be reviewed at both the 'Angie's List' and 'Kudzu' sites. We were favorably impressed with the company, though encountered some difficulties with the contractor while the work was underway. Once we contacted the Findlay office (vs the contractor) we were able to get the pr... more

Emily B.

Review of Champion Windows of Macon by

· Macon

We have used Champion for two separate projects and have been very pleased with customer service and quality.

Joseph H.

Review of Morrow Roofing & Siding by

· Fayetteville

They did a real good job. They were real professional and in and out in less than a day.

Eric T.

Review of Ridge Valley Exteriors by

· Ball Ground

Kurtis and the crew did an amazing job with the new roof. Even with weather rain delays, I remained in the communication loop as to when the roof would be completed. I even recommended these folks to my neighbors across the street.

Small walk in pantry vs. floor to ceiling cupboards (pull out drawers). Which would you choose and why? Does either option have cost savings?
Aug 6, 2017
If you have the extra space, and depending on its use, a walk-in pantry is a luxurious upgrade. In most cases, where floor space is at a premium, pantry cabinets are the best bet. Looking a a bank of ... read more
What kind of insulation is needed in the attic of my 2-story brick town house so that the 2nd floor bedrooms are as cool as the basement and 1st floor?
Jul 12, 2014
Spray foam insulation is by far the best for an attic.  It is sprayed in the rafters areas and basically seals off the entire attic and stops the heat as soon as it enters from the roof.  It can be ve ... read more

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