U.S. Home Pro

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Roofsmart did an exceptional job for us. I was impressed with the quality of their work. They oversaw their project with us making sure everything was done right. Their company integrity and desire to do good work is often rare in the workplace today.

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We are very happy with our experience with Webber Coleman Woodworks in our new construction home. Jessica listened to what we wanted, made helpful suggestions and turned it all into a kitchen well beyond our expectations and within our budget. The cabinets are beautiful and the island is amazing.... more

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· Decatur

These guys know what they are doing. My job was small, I admit, but it was an interesting gig and I believe they didn't even blink an eye and got it done. They seem busy, but they KNOW who you are.

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· Woodstock

Loren was slow in completing some items, thus pushing closing back twice

What are the phases of a kitchen remodel and in what order? How does the pricing of material and labor get explained in an estimate?
Jul 15, 2016
The above are two good, and siilar in approach answers, but there are two issues it seems no one includes: 1) If you house was built before 1978 it must be inspected by a certified contractor or lead ... read more
The roof and foundation of my house needs to be fixed. If I get the roof done first because it is leaking, will it be affected when the foundation is fixed?

Michael Friedlander of Dr. Roof PRO answered:

Nov 18, 2015
We suggest addressing your foundation issues first. Everything rests on your foundation. Even the slightest movement may affect everything above. Before you invest in a new roof, be sure your foundati ... read more

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