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I had an old house resided with Hardie. Pen Siding Co had a very competitive price and allowed me to contact other customers to get their feedback. Overall, the work was done well and to Hardie's specs, which is key to making sure your warranty is valid. My only complaint is the trim around one of... more
System Pavers exceeded my expectations. I am very satisfied with System Pavers and I would use them again in a heart beat.
The attention to detail is second to none.
They do a great job getting you signed up and under contract, then they get pushy and rush you to get payments made. They were quick to request final payment well before completion of the pool (NOTE: don't agree to that portion of the contract). The final checklist has not been completed and no fina... more
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