Alexis Roofing LLC

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Review of Southwest Exteriors by

· San Antonio

After the first design meeting, Southwest met all of my expectations. The materials and crews arrived on time. The installers were phenomenal as far as being clean even telling me not to put my dogs up that'd be fine. They were very animal friendly people. I felt like they were friends. They were su... more

David A.

Review of Champion Windows of Austin by

· Round Rock

We replaced a large bathtub window with one that needed to be frosted, unable to see in. The sales person was told this. She showed us two samples of what were supposedly frosted glass. In fact, the one we selected was only opaque, allowing the neighbors next door to watch us bathe. This was pointed... more

Miguel D.

Review of Austin Pro Siding & Windows by

· Austin

I was very pleased with the overall result of the project since the beginning and first interview until the end. They are super professional. I have already recommended them and will continue to do so.

J.C.S.

Review of Fresh Coat Painters of North Austin by

· Leander

Excellent service, quality, people, and price. We will use the company again and will continue to recommend them.

What are the top 3 energy efficiency upgrades I can do to my 2-story home?

Josh Way of Jarrett Industries PRO answered:

Aug 11, 2016
Step one, if you have siding use a insulated vinyl siding with silica gel. Replace your windows with a double or triple insulated window system. And third your doors are very important. When you do re ... read more
What's the first thing to start with when doing a bathroom redesign/remodel?
Feb 18, 2014
The first thing is to decide is this going to be just a swap out of fixtures in place of existing fixtures, a full custom redesign of your bath or a combination of those two. Then you should create a ... read more

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