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Old 07-18-2009, 02:03 PM   #21
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Chris, is that guy illiterate? Just (try to) read his website. One of the worst I have seen!
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I hope he comes here for some "constructive criticism". Empty photo gallery.. there's a shocker. That chinking job.. I'm no expert but.. damn, that doesn't look right. Any experienced contractor knows the worst job you can take on is cleaning up another company's mess. This guys says he will clean up when the homeowner cries "uncle"??? I try to keep an open mind on stuff like this thinking maybe there is a bigger plan i am not saying but based on the misspellings and bad grammar throughout the website.. my brain screams desperate hack.
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