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Jerry O.

Review of Allied Siding & Windows - Dallas by

· Carrolton

After I agreed to my siding project quote it took about 2 months to start the project. There was virtually no communication with anyone and I had to make repeated calls to get a project manager to come my home to visualize what materials would be needed and to commit to a start date. After the sidin... more

Jim C.

Review of Better Built Siding & Windows, LLC by

· Coppell

The project he did for me was a very very good project. A little communication from Roger would be great. I am a subcontractor so we had a roof start because I do commercial and this is residential. In commercial my hard dates are the start and finish dates and we are tied strongly to those. In... more

V.A.E.

Review of Power Home Remodeling by

· Carrollton

My overall experience with Power Home Remodeling was excellent. I highly recommend them.

C.C.R.

Review of Jenkins Restorations - Dallas/Ft. Worth by

· Fort Worth

My experience from "the start to end" was wonderful. I was updated frequently and found their employees neat, professional and cooperative. I would most definitely recommend them.

What's the best way to test out if my roof is leaking before it rains?
Jan 10, 2017
The BEST way would be infrared image testing. Only top-tier roofing companies will have them, so may be hard to locate in rural areas. However, the technology is getting older, and the cameras that we ... read more
What should I know about installing a Rumford fireplace?
May 19, 2014
Interior chimneys are at least 4" larger in all four directions than the flue they contain. A chimney containing a 12"x12" clay flue liner must be at least 20" by 20". Combustible materials must be ke ... read more

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