Century Spouting Inc / Century Home Improvements

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John M.

Review of Thompson Creek Windows by

· Laurel

Thompson Creek has completed two projects for our home. In each case, they were prompt, personable and professional. They stand by their products. We have been extremely pleased with our experiences and will definitely call them again when our next project is planned!


Review of Schaeffer Family Homes by

· Sicklerville

The communication with the warranty staff could be better. It's not awful, its just not perfect. A 24 hour turn around on a voicemail is a bit of a stretch for my liking. I'm very concerned with the quality/workmanship of the plumbing/bathroom work. The staff is working with me on the issues - and w... more

Denise W.

Review of Closet America by

· Washington

I thought the work was done very well I really liked the facts I could see the design on the computer. I asked for everything I got.

Bernie D.

Review of Ferris Home Improvements by

· Hockessin

Farris Home Improvements provides excellent quality and communication skills which helped with my job.

I am trying to decide between 2 hardie plank siding installers. One is 3000 less and has a 2 year workmanship warrant, the other has a 10 year workmanship warra
Apr 21, 2016
I strongly suggest go to James Hardie wedsite, download their installation instruction and get familiar with the process. We witness so many fiber cement siding that was done wrong. It may be wised to ... read more
Is painting bathroom tile a good solution for tile that is in good condition but not a desirable color?
Feb 19, 2014
John, I must confess to never having seen that application.  I am not sure the finish would look good or even hold up over the long term.  I would also be worried about the potential vapor retarder ... read more

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