Colorado Land Co LLC

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Review of Parkwood Homes by

· Denver

Overall, we've been very pleased with our experience thus far. Any bumps along the road have been handled professionally and we are excited for our new home to be complete!

Linda S.

Review of Melton Design Build by

· Boulder

I would definitely recommend this company. I had a rather small job that needed to get done by a deadline and Melton worked with me to fit our job into their schedule and it was completely on time and looks very nice.


Review of Lifetime Windows & Siding by

· Wheatridge

Lifetime Windows offers a great product and installation service with a huge warning.... read read and read your contract again. Ask questions and make sure answers are in writing. Verbal agreements do not count. Do not take anything for granted. Awesome installation crew. Terrible time management a... more

Sheri H.

Review of Champion Windows of Ft. Collins by

· Fort Collins

I have had a good experience with Champion Windows. I have been replacing my windows one at a time as I have money (I don't like to have credit) and each time I order a new window it has been a good experience and I really like the windows.

My Bermuda sod was put down at my new home in December. How do I care for it to promote growth and keep it healthy?

Brent Roper of Ropa Roofing PRO answered:

Apr 25, 2017
Water until established and then cut the water back.  Bermuda needs water, but not as much as some of the other types of grass.  Keep it cut short
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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