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· NORTHGLENN

I think they were very professional. They were very comfortable and very calm. The sales and the workmanship was very professional. The installation crew was very professional. I would recommend them to a friend.

Jodie G.

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· Colorado Springs

The windows are phenomenal. The first night we noticed a huge difference in the temperature and comfort of our home. They also look beautiful. We are so happy with our purchase.

Shannon K.

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· Golden

System Pavers was most professional company that I've dealt with on any home project. They were professional, there were no hidden fees and everything went just as they said it would.

April U.

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· Fort Collins

We 3 large decks re-stained. I would have taken months to do the work myself, Fresh Coat Painters did it in a handful of days.Scott was great to work with. His painters were timely, tidy, and did good work. They responded quickly and well to requests. I would highly recommend Fresh Coat Painters... more

What should I do if a tree has started to lose its bark?

Brent Roper of Ropa Roofing PRO answered:

May 2, 2017
Consider what the tree is worth compared to similar trees around it. Sometimes it's best to cut down and eliminate disease spreading...
Best way to caulk the seam between our backsplash and kitchen counter?
Jan 28, 2016
The trick with caulking is to spray the wet caulking with Windex and then tool it with your finger.  For "rookies" you may want to use masking tape.  Here is a YouTube video that might help, too. http ... read more

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