1/5 Wongara St, Clayfield QLD 4011, Australia
5 Wongara Street Clayfield QL
0414 954 934
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House Raising & Restumping Specialists | QLD House Restumping
QLD House Restumping are your professional house raising, restumping & sliding specialists. Our trusted team of experts can handle any job large or small.
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Adam Holford said 4 years ago
Adam came in, gave me a quotation and delivered everything he said he would within a vary reasonable time frame and on budget. We had cheaper quotations but I couldn't beat the personal attention he gave to our home. I couldn't be happier with the results. Thanks to Adam and his crews knowledge everything went off without a hitch. house lifted and stumped without even a crack in the plaster. We were amazed with the services, advice, reliability, professionalism and final product.
Isaac Simon said 6 years ago
Nothing was too hard, great attitude efficient always happy to help
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