Is Spending Money On That Home Improvement Worth It?

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Neighbors updating their homes? Interested to know if spending money on home improvements is worth it? “Avalon was fair with their price,” this Grand Rapids homeowner shared upon the completion of her GAF – Roofing Timberline HD in Hickory, “They even gave us extra left over shingles and underlay material to complete my outdoor rabbit hutch.” We believe in going the extra mile for our valued customers, and enjoy sharing our knowledge about energy saving products and how to recoup some of the cost of your home improvements. Give us a call today for a full professional audit on your home today!

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Avalon is a four-time GAF President’s Club Award winner, WOOD TV 8’s Roofing Expert, a Mastic Preferred Contractor, ThreeBestRated.com Roofing Contractor for Grand Rapids, and a member of the Home Builders Association of Greater Grand Rapids. Avalon Building Concepts also gets recognized for customer service as an Elite Service Professional on Home Advisor, the Best of Houzz 2017, boasts an A+ rating with the Better Business Bureau, and A rating with Angie’s List to go along with Super Service Awards in 2015, 2016, and 2017.

With more than 30 years of experience, fair pricing, job – site professionalism, and on-time appointments, Avalon continues to satisfy homeowners in the Grand Rapids and surrounding areas. Avalon provides homeowners with high-quality services using top-notch materials to create dependable home improvements and live up to its motto “Trusted, Together, Today.”

Siding, roofing, insulation and window replacement are just a few of the ways that Avalon Building Concepts adds value, beauty and comfort to customers homes. Call 616-871-2507 or click here to schedule a free in-home estimate for your next home improvement.

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