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Marge Phelps
· August 21, 2017
Review by Jim Phelps. Anyone needing a new roof, I highly recommend Kirchner Building Centers. They will deliver the shingles to your job site and put them on the roof. With their new crane they can... reach roofs 8' to 40' in height. The truck driver/crane operator Darin Tucker was very precise placing the shingles on the roof. I had a very tight space but Darin made it look easy to position truck and turn around. My roofers really appreciated the service because they didn't have to pack shingles up the ladder. I will use Kirchner Building Centers for all my roofing jobs. I have been a costumer of Kirchners for 50 years, I recommend that you give them a try. See More
Barbara Smith
· January 14, 2017
Charleston Store. I asked for a small scrap, maybe 1' × 2', of 1/2" drywall. The guy went and got me a 3' × 4" scrap of 5/8" drywall. Charged me $3.25 for this scrap. Very overpriced for something the...y were probably going to end up throwing away. As it turns out the 5/8" was too thick. I've thrown the entire piece in the trash. Would have been the same if I had taken the cash and pitched it. The two young men there were more interested in what to charge me, than what I needed this drywall for. Big rip off. Overpriced!! See More
Jerry Ross
· July 6, 2015
Newton store is full of great people. So helpful It is really a pleasure going in I feel like I am shopping with friends. Steve Ed Susie JD both Bruce's all so helpful Thanks!

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