The New Hampshire Fire marshals office has issued a possibility of roof collapse warning. How much snow is on your roof? Is it time to have it removed? If so feel free to contact J. Piano's Home Improvements for your schedule an estimate. We are a full service property maintenance company with years of experience removing snow from roofs, decks, driveways, and anywhere else it may land. We specialize in just about everything from carpentry to plowing and we have tons of references to prove it. Don't hire just anyone with a shovel to clear off your roof hire the pro's with insurance and the ability to safely remove your snow.
Commercial and residential services available:
Plowing, sanding, salting, Snow bank removal, landscaping, mowing, yard cleanups, junk removal l, and odd jobs
Decks, Doors, kitchens, bathrooms, handyman, windows, remodeling, siding, sheetrock, rot repairs, roofing and more
Interior and exterior
Thanks for the business,
J. Piano's Home Improvements (603)304-6501
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