Atlanta Housing Authority

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Our experience working with Hullco Exteriors is that we were very pleased with the workmanship and quality of the work. The professionalism of the employees were great. I would definitely recommend them if the situation occurs.

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We were very pleased with all aspects of our dealings with Champion. Work was done to perfection in a timely manner. Looking forward to replacing the remaining windows with Champion Windows.

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Everyone at NGRW was very professional and went out of their way to ensure all issues were resolved to my satisfaction. My windows are beautiful and I'm already noticing a huge difference in the temperature now that the weather has gotten colder. The doors are wonderful particularly the front door a... more

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· Powder Springs

The guys I was working with was extremely pleasant, they answered all my questions and gave me information to help me me make my decision and so I appreciated that.

Solutions for cooling a hot room
Jul 11, 2017
There are severl things to consider first: 1) Was the proper double-paned, Low-E windows made for such a location installed? 2) Is the room properly insulated? 3) Does the existing HVAC unit have the ... read more
For a six-foot retaining wall, do you recommend concrete or blocks? If blocks, what kind of products do you recommend?
Feb 3, 2015
In Georgia a wall retaining over 48" grade requires an engineers stamp. You might consider terracing and have two or more lower retaining walls. Be aware of hydrostatic pressure and provide adequate w ... read more

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