B & D Renovations, LLC

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Review of DreamMaker of Newington by

· Middletown

Overall they were the most professional of all the kitchen places we went. The showroom was the nicest, Lori our designer, set an appointment quickly, listened to what we wanted, and had a completed plan within a few days, with all of our request included. After meeting Paul we were confident of his... more

Laura S.

Review of Power Home Remodeling by

· Staten Island

The products from Power Home Remodel Group are a very high quality. The installers have been fantastic and my home looks beautiful. My house stays at the temperature I set it at and the overall monthly energy cost of my home has decreased significantly. My windows look beautiful and they are easy to... more

Robert M.

Review of A.J. Perri by

· Atlantic Highlands

They don't always get it right the first time, but they will gladly come back at no charge until the problem is fixed.Their prices are higher than anybody's but when you call they come!

Elizabeth R.

Review of P.J. Fitzpatrick by

· Philadelphia

The windows I received in this house look very nice. They standout and everybody can tell a difference. The windows were installed well. The installers were quite and cleaned up well.

How important is ventilation if my roof and house is 30 years old and has just a little sweating in the rafters?
Feb 22, 2018
Ventalation is one of the most important parts of your roofing system.  Has proper intake air flow coming in from the eaves of your home, where your gutters are located, and exausting through the ridg ... read more
is it standard to hold a cooling unit up by a belt to prevent it from leaning? this belt slipped and was tighten to again to prevent it from leaking
Sep 9, 2014
A belt doesn't sound like the proper material to hold anything related to air conditioning

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