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Reynolds Design and Construction

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Reynolds Design + Construction is a design/build remodeling company that operates in Rochester, Minnesota. Our goal is to design and construct beautiful and functional spaces in and around the homes of our clients. We work on a large variety of projects including, but not limited to, kitchens, basements, additions and light commercial remodeling. Our design/build process seeks to develop a relationship with all of our customers and take their vision seamlessly from the initial designs all the way to the end of their project. Reynolds’ experienced team of carpenters takes care of all framing, trim, and finish work needed, and we work with some of the best subcontractors in the area for other needs such as plumbing and electrical work.

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How important is ventilation if my roof and house is 30 years old and has just a little sweating in the rafters?
Feb 21, 2018
Ideally, you will have no sweating if you have proper insulation and ventialtion. Generally moisture forms by ice freezing on the bottom side of the roof sheathng or the nails sticking through tje she ... read more
The base of my downspout where it meets the ground has a piece of ceramic broken away. What type of contractor do I call?
Jul 22, 2015
Looks like you could use help of a good plumber or handy man who knows how to work with PVC piping. It's not complicated job, but there are few technics to it. Hope it helps. 

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