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I understand that a pan is required to be placed under the water heater. I don't have one. The water is exceptionally hot - it previously had been set a little less hot. There was a dark stain left on my hall runner left by the old water heater being taken out.
From the first day that I spoke with them until the last day, it was unbelievably positive. They came when they said they were going to come. If they couldn't make it, they would call. They worked so hard, and the whole experience was phenomenal.
I'm a retired contractor, and I was very happy with their work.
I have to say that in 50 + years of dealing with contractors, both personally and professionally, Harris Roofing is one of the most reputable contractorâ€™s I have ever dealt with. Steve Harris and Brian Miller are hands on people who are trustworthy and honest. The work was prosecuted efficiently... more
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