Carranza Roofing & Siding

Carranza Roofing & Siding is a contractor based in Norristown, PA. We don't have any additional information about Carranza Roofing & Siding.

If this is your business, claim your profile to edit your company information, collect and respond to reviews, and answer questions from homeowners.

Leave the first review

Have you had work done by Carranza Roofing & Siding? Let everyone know about your experience by leaving a review!

Leave review
Dave H.

Review of Thompson Creek Windows by

· Forest Hill

I went with Thompson Creek because I thought they offered a quality product. It turned out to be lower quality than I expected. We have windows that are fogged every single day. I feel the information I received was dishonest. I would never use them for any other project based on the quality of the... more

George M.

Review of Brothers Services Company by

· Baltimore

They did an excellent and efficient job.

Mary S.

Review of A.J. Perri (Service) by

· Jackson

The technicians from AJ Perri are in my home twice a year for my A/C and heat maintenance. They are always talkative and friendly. The technician who came for my heat this year. Never spoke a word. I let him in knowing who he was. Showed him where the furnace was and that was the end of any communi... more

William S.

Review of Four Seasons Roofing by

· Linthicum Heights

. Four Seasons Roofing has performed several asphalt shingle replacement jobs for our house. I found their work good and would have no problem recommending them to anyone who needs roof repair. And for sure we would not hesitate to use their services in future.

black spots on the roof. can you tell me what is the cause of this? have lived in this house 12 years and have had no problems. what can you do to clean this?
Over a period of time, shingles may develop dark brown or black streaks that are sometimes mistaken for soot, dirt, moss or tree droppings.  In actuality, this discoloration may be caused by algae gro ... read more
What's the difference between a "replacement window" and a "new construction" window?
Mar 5, 2014
Hey Jerrod,  When installing replacement windows, the existing window frame remains and the replacement window is installed inside the existing frame.  This causes the glass area to shrink slightly to ... read more

Learn why professional home builders and home improvement contractors join our community of quality.

Get started