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Having undergone three major renovations, Tate and Melissa Armstrong's house has seen its share of change and growth. It's also seen its share of contractors—three different ones for all three jobs.

How did the first two contractors miss out on all that repeat business? The Armstrongs simply weren't pleased with their first crew, which had a penchant for poor quality materials and craftsmanship. The second contractor produced better results, but, as Tate explains, "the staffing and manning of the job led to concerns about the more extensive things we knew we wanted to do later on.”

Enter DG Liu. Since we were working in their neighborhood, the Armstrongs asked their neighbors about us. We were "recommended without hesitation,” says Tate. First, we replaced the Armstrong's masonite siding, which was showing signs of mold and deterioration. We then began repairs made necessary by the previous contractor's materials and workmanship, and placed stone on the front of the home, which Tate feels "really changed the character of the house.” Last, we expanded and combined the kitchen and living areas, and replaced flooring, windows, and door units.
Finally, Tate says, the job was done right. "DG Liu's attention to detail was impeccable—from planning and discussion, to the way they staffed the job. When they said they'd start, they started. When they said they'd be working, they worked. They definitely exceeded our expectations.”

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"DG Liu's attention to detail was impeccable—from planning and discussion, to the way they staffed the job."