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Roger Simota Country Homes in Trempealeau, Wisconsin

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Roger Simota Country Homes

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(608) 534-6414

N12365 Hunter Lane

Trempealeau
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WI
54661

Roger Simota Country Homes is a business providing services in the field of Construction Companies. The business is located in Trempealeau, Wisconsin, United States. Their telephone number is (608) 534-6414.

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Roger Simota Country Homesrating:5 out of 5 based on 2 user reviews.
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New porcellian tile floors and walls in our kitchen and bathrroom
Date Submitted: 2012-02-06
Roger and his crew did an excellent job of replacing our floors, and walls in our double wide mobile hone. He was honest with his bids and saved us a lot of money. I would highly recommend them for any contracting project.
 
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Door replacement
Date Submitted: 2012-01-04
Roger and his crew gave us excellent service in replacing our outside exit door for us. He responds quickly and does a very good job. I highly recommend him, we will call on him in the future.
 
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 Construction Companies, in Trempealeau, are civil engineering and construction experts putting construction technologies to good use in developing infrastructure for public utility. They usually work on the following projects: urban development, transportation, power, irrigation & water supply, and other civil constructions like roads, bridges, dams, tunnels and metros. 




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