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Choice Painting & Remodeling LLC

959 118th Ln, Minneapolis, MN 55434

Ostroot & Ostroot Professional Remodelers, LLC

3 Reviews

“Denis remodeled our basement, kitchen, bathroom, put on a front porch. Denis did good work for me. I recommend him.”

1311 44th Ave NE, Minneapolis, MN 55421 License: BC638181
My name is Denis Ostroot. I am the owner of Ostroot & Ostroot, Professional Remodelers. I have been in construction as a carpenter, consultant, designer, and project manager for 33 years, the last 14 years specializing in remodeling. We have a strong commitment to innovation, Best Practices, environ...

Mr Handyman Of SW Minneapolis & SW Suburbs

1 Review

“Replaced ceiling and installed recessed lighting. New carpeting has been installed and Mr. Handyman will return to p...”

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