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    V & K Builders and Contractors LLC
    The did an excellent job. It was completed in 3 days and I���ve never seen a team of workers work as hard as these guys did. They were here from 8:30 in the morning til 8:40 at night with only a short break for lunch. They cleaned up when they were through. I highly recommend them
    - Shirley L.
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    V & K Building and Contractors
    They did a excellent job. I highly recommend them. They were the hardest working crew I���ve ever seen, They started at 8 and worked til 8 at night They cleaned up and removed all of the debri, and the roof looks great. They are from Woodbridge but came to Waynesboro to do the work. So they cover most of Va.
    - Shirley L.
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    Custom Home Repairs
    Custom Home Repairs is Very prompt and professional. The work was completed before the time frame proposed. The pricing is very competitive. I will recommend them every time! Amazing crew and Amazing work!
    - Tabby F.
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    When Dennis came over, I watched him climb up on the roof. He inspected the damaged areas and he showed me ( by flexing his boot against the rotten wood underneath ) that things were worse off than I thought. Down on the ground, Dennis explained to me what was wrong ( boards underneath some sections had gone bad, flushing was improperly done, needed vent was not installed by previous roofers ), and did so in a way that I understood what he was saying, even though I am not carpentry-inclined. Some time later, he returned with his crew and they got the whole job done in two days. New roof, new boards, new flushing, new boots, new vent- and on the quoted budget of thirty-six hundred dollars. Everyone on the crew was quite friendly, especially Dennis. They cleaned up when they were done, and I liked that he made his roofers wear a safety harness- a lot of less reputable roofers in the area do not do this. My one and only complaint is that it can be a bit hard to get ahold of Dennis. Sometimes it made me feel like he wasn't interested in the work, or that I'd be lost in the shuffle... but he's such a nice guy that I know it wasn't intentional. He's just very busy. If you do contract these guys, keep in mind that it will take them a little while to get back to you.
    - Fred S.
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    Valley Roofing

    Our home had some very sagging and beat up gutters when we purchased it.  Alan come out and gave me an honest estimate without trying to sell me extras or scare me into upgrades.  The crew that replaced the gutters worked hard and were very considerate to not damage landscaping, didn't let nails laying around, and cleaned up thoroughly.  One of my corner pieces sprung a leak with the first rain after installation and Alan sent someone out ASAP to replace the piece.  I highly recommend Valley Roofing and will be using them again for any roofing/gutter needs or repairs. 

    - Chad W.
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    Blue Ridge Exterior Cleaning

    Please read "What did the provider do"    This says it all. 

    Everything went well and we were very satisfied!   

    - Dawn S.
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    Augusta Aluminum Gutterworks
    They were very professional arrived right on time and finished in only two hours. I called last week and they were here this week. I am very pleased with their work. Paid the quote price and they cleaned up all their mess.
    d They are brothers who run the business and do all the work themselves. I like to support the small business people. I would use them again and will tell everyone what a great job they did. There price was so much lower than most and the job they did never reflected the difference at all.
    - Carolyn S.
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    CWD Construction Incorporated
    Chuck did a great job on this job. Chuck worked with us to create stairs into our attic space, handled permits with Waynesboro City so I didn't have to, hired an architect to draw up required items, spray foam insulation for the new attic space, installed 2 new windows with child safety and fire safety in mind, drywall, replaced our outdated electrical box with a new one and ran new wires/outlets to the upstairs space including the closet and stairwell, redid the flooring under the stairs where the closet would be so it would match up to our existing flooring, he provided not only a rough estimate but his rough estimate was VERY close to the actual amount required for the job. This was including some additions to the original quote so I was very pleased with the cost and very much so with the final result. He and his crew worked well making great strides and finished the initial demo/framing etc early while waiting for the stairs and windows to arrive. Once these arrived they jumped back on the project and finished it up as soon as possible - working with us when we could jump in to start the painting, staining and poly coats on the oak stairs and flooring in the closet. He provided a great rough list of items for the contract and terms of payment as the project progressed. I felt like each step of the way he communicated well on where we were at, any potential or actual delays and why, when his crew would be doing certain items with a rough timeline of what certain items would be done ... like x will be done the 1st week, 2nd week, etc, and it was very accurate and things got done. I'm a bit OCD and was relieved that I could share our vision with him and let him run with it - it turned out great and well worth the money! I would highly recommend Chuck to anyone else.
    Thanks Angie's list!
    - Joe A.
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    D&E Home Improvements
    There were surprises in our future but none could not have gone better.  We discovered a wet and slightly smelly ceiling after returning to home after Thanksgiving.  There had been some heavy rains during our short absence.   I called D&E based on reviews found in Angie's list and spoke with Dave.  He arrived quickly, not certain if it was the very day suffice to say I was surprised at how fast.  After a quick inspection he discovered flashing problems with a dormer.  Since rain was in the forecast so he applied caulk as a temporary repair and then asked if he could provide us with an estimate.  We agreed and then asked what the charge was for the temporary repair and were told not to worry about it which was a pleasant surprise.  We took the opportunity to add three other long ignored drywall repairs to the estimate as well as some chimney brick repair.
    The estimate took a few weeks to come in which I considered normal in the rush leading up to Christmas.  I was grateful that D&E uses email so during that waiting period there was communication.  The quote arrived and looked reasonable so we agreed.  Dave explained that it might be late January or so before he could schedule it and that he couldn't be more precise because he doesn't leave a job till the customer is satisfied and sometimes things happen and customers can drag out the process.  So we waited again and again the communication was appreciated.  And in case any of you readers have already forgotten scheduling roof repairs this winter was in a word challenging.  We were also pretty snug since the temporary patch was holding up and our ceiling had dried out well. 
    Work commenced about February 10 at 8:00 AM on the nose a timely habit even our dogs got used to.  Tom and J.W. were soon busy exploring and then tearing apart the exterior of dormer #1.  They soon discovered the new roof I had installed about 17 years back had been a hack job.  I trusted a local fellow with a reasonably good reputation to the job and he promptly sub-contracted it to someone who, in the long run, has done more harm than good.  Tom showed me the where the step-flashing had been nailed clear through so many times it may have well as been hit with a 12-gauge.  I'm no roofer but we were all amazed that the roof hadn't been leaking for years.  After stripping off the aluminum siding some rot was also discovered on the original siding underneath.  They essentially ended up rebuilding all the exterior components of both dormer and did a nice job weaving in new shingles.   The dormers had always had a "chunky" look because of the two layers of siding which also made for a short roof overhang.  The chunky look is now gone and they look great.  
    The job then moved indoors.  As these things often go "as long as they are here we may as well ask them to do ________"  So we now have a new look in what was our very dated upstairs bath.  New floor, medicine cabinet and lighting.  These last minute changes added at least a week of labor to our estimate but they were taken in pleasant stride by the crew and the results look terrific.  
    The ceiling repairs are were the story took a turn for the worst.  I want to be very clear here -  D&E wasn't the culprit here.
    During the course of the work we discovered two broken hot water heat supply lines in the roof eaves.  The original builder had run un-insulated supply lines through an unheated section of the eaves.  In an effort to save on my gas bill I had shut off the radiators to the upstairs bedrooms when the kids moved out.  The exceptional cold this winter broke the pipes; in fact I had heard one of the fittings hit the decking in early January and at my urging J.W. discovered the problem by squeezing through a tight access to the far side of the dormer.  Once again D&E took this curve ball in stride because the first I knew of it was when I saw Dave heading in the house with some monster pipe wrenches.  I'll mention here that I have a lot of experience with these issues and it's a first for me to have a contractor set about a serious issue without first creating a lot of drama.  I'm not sure how others would handle the same but I for one appreciated. it.  Now the story gets juicy and I mean that literally.  We were all pretty stunned that these broken pipes hadn't flooded the house so I went down to the boiler to investigate and found my Pressure Restricting Valve (replaced 18 months ago) was only running at 5 lbs instead of the prescribed 12 lbs.  So I upped the pressure.  Problem here being I didn't know the pipes hadn't yet been repaired in the ceilings.  So about 10 minutes as I was set to leave the house for work I can hear water running.  I asked my wife if she were running laundry and yelled up to J.W. working in the bathroom to see if he were running water and getting no's from both I went into the bedroom and could clearly hear the sound of a tinkling spring up in the ceiling.  All by myself I had managed to flood both my ceilings.  Ugh.  
    From that point it became a waiting game to allow the ceilings to dry out.  After a week we finally opened up about 60 sq ft of the living room ceiling.  This house is well made with double layers of drywall and a plaster finish.  Any less of a ceiling would have long before come crashing down.  What we discovered was a good 10" of damp blown in insulation which was hauled off.  Had we waited any longer to pull it all down it would have looked like a Petri dish.  
    It was at this point we called the insurance company.  Within 24 hours there was an adjuster reviewing the case.  After an inspection and conference it was decided that the bedroom ceiling also needed to come down.  Deeper inspection proved this to be a wise course of action.  
    Worst part of this project was the time it took and the dust it created and the fickle finger of fault points squarely at me.   On D&E's part my wife and I have nothing but good to report.  Polite, timely, competent, friendly, fair, considerate and honest are just some of the good words that need to be added.  They were hard working and easy to be around.  Yes, I'd use them again in fact the plans are already in the works. 
    - thomas b.
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    They took the old roof off and put a new metal roof on. I've also used them for roofing at a rental property that I have and I had them re-roof a friends house. I've used them 3 times now and had a good experience each time.
    - John L.
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