This week we cleaned out the drains, removed standing water, re-sealed seams, sealed every crack and tear on a rubber roof on a home in Mifflinburg to prepare it for the upcoming harsh winter season and snow melt.
Our team is experienced in all kinds of roof repair and replacement. Whether your roof is just leaking or needs complete replacement, we are ready for the job.
We just completed a water remediation project for a home in Danville.
Here’s some great feedback we received from the customer:
We had a serious water problem with the entire back yard draining toward the house. Our family room had water, causing us to worry about mold. Outside, our retaining wall, stairs and other landscape timbers were on their last legs. After discussing our needs, Pete recommended the timbers be replaced with masonry. Taking time to be careful, Pete visited several times and even had Brian visit before quoting the job. The final job included a swale to divert water in the back yard as well as a large capacity increase to drain water from our worst area in the driveway, structural repairs to our deck and a remodeled family room.
The extra caution in planning paid off, as the project went as planned. Communication was constant, as they were on the job every day with no interruptions, and we got what we wanted. The family room is a good upgrade and dry, like all our previous problem areas. We have discussed the possibility of additional work.
This week we completed a kitchen remodel on a home in Orangeville. We replaced cabinets and floors floor, did minor plumbing and electrical work, and insulated the main floor / basement ceiling perimeter
We had our kitchen remodeled, from top to bottom, and as the job was being done, added basement foam insulation to save energy. From the beginning, the pieces didn’t want to fit together. Pete kept us informed as Brian worked to get us better cabinets at a better price. While it delayed our project, Brian’s efforts gave us better use of our funds and a better final product. After installation the cabinet doors needed adjustment and when Pete came out to see the problem, was able to make it right.
Our project involved minor drywall work, minor electrical, new cabinets, new flooring, moldings and insulation. Brian’s crews were pleasant people who were comfortable to have in our home. They communicated with us as they worked and went through their problem solving. Brian visited several times from before the job through the end, and we benefitted from his work with better cabinets and flooring.