Custom Home Improvements

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Masha S.

Review of Restoration Exteriors LLC by

· Norfolk

The initial work was scheduled promptly. We had somewhat unusual specifications but the crew listened to us and fulfilled the job to the best of their abilities, even if it required much clarifications and some redoing in parts.The project finishing was postponed for a few months due to our travelin... more

Steve Z.

Review of Exterior Source by

· Virginia Beach

Great product, excellent work.

Calvin B.

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· Mechanicsville

They are the best contractors I have ever dealt with, and I deal with contractors for a living.

Renee C.

Review of Starling Guttering, Inc. by

· Hampton

From my first contact to my last, professional, personable and friendly! Rick met with me to discuss my needs and made a recommendation. The crew arrived as scheduled and did a beautiful job removing the old guttering and installing the new. They were quick and left my yard clean when they were f... more

whats the differnce in LP SmartSiding and the Hardi Plank board siding?

Jeff Ainslie of Ainslie Group PRO answered:

Apr 19, 2018
Hardi™ is a fibre-cement product and the LP product is a chip-board/resin composite. The Hardi™ comes both finished and unfinished, the LP is unfinished and must be painted with a high quality exterio ... read more
I have trim boards to install that will cap over exposed block foundation. What ways should I attach these? They will be primed and painted when installed.
Jul 31, 2016
You can also use Tapcon masonry screws.  Pre drill. Countersink if you want to hide screw heads with wood filler or Bondo. 

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