Vintage Communities, Inc.

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Winter & Carn joined forces with our designer to completely renovate and remodel a Jack and Jill bed room and bath. They removed all the old trim work in both rooms, then added new trim in both rooms, to the designer's specifications. Both rooms required them to take an idea from conception to com... more

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I found them extremely professional. They communicated very well. The work done exceeded my expectations and the value was far beyond what I expected. Great value for professional work they did. It is beautiful.

How long does it take for water to stop dripping at the faucet after the main shutoff valve is applied?
Feb 20, 2017
Both of the previous are great ideas. Also consider, if it is an older valve, that the main does not close completely, for a variety of possible reasons. We see that alot in older homes. You can confi ... 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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