All Week Air Conditioning

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John A.

Review of A.J. Perri (Service) by

· Colts Neck

They used scare tactics to try to sell me equipment I did not need. They did not perform the actual job they were called for. This was the 2nd time I used them. I will never use them again and discourage anyone from using them.

Marlene D.

Review of Power Home Remodeling by

· Peekskill

It was a wonderful installation. They were on time, nice, and neat.

Lauren D.

Review of Harth Builders by

· Horsham

Through the whole process they were friendly, easy to work with, and met any concerns that we had and addressed them. They followed through on everything and tried to make everything as perfect as possible. When some of the work was not done correctly they made sure to go back and fix their mistakes... more

Sandy M.

Review of Zehnbauer's Construction by

· Montville

I have dealt with many contractors over the years and without exaggeration, Zehnbauer's are the most professional, honest, reliable and pleasant people to work with. Their expertise exceeded my expections on the 2 bathrooms they remodeled and I look forward to working with them again to upgrade my k... more

What laws regulate builders putting workers at risk, and buyers at risk by not following code, industry guidelines, and manufactures instructions.
Jun 25, 2014
Chash Giovenco of Toms River Door and Window PRO - Jun 25, 2014 Safety is OSHA, Code regulation falls under the State Uniform Construction Code and is enforced by Township Clerk Office. Per manufact ... read more
What's the difference between a "replacement window" and a "new construction" window?
May 12, 2014
You can and you should replace your existing windows with new construction windows because that is the best method.  A "replacement" window is really designed for an older home where the window sashes ... read more

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