DLR Custom Builders

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Review of System Pavers by

· Vacaville

I was called in a timely manner to begin our work, which was done within 3 weeks. They came and supervised and made suggestions that I thought were excellent and we did upgrade a little bit and I'm very happy that we did that.

Ann S.

Review of Hall's Window Center by

· LIncoln

Hall's Window and Doors has installed an Anderson slider and a Jeld Wen front door on my home. Both installations were excellent. They were on time and very neat. Both my doors are absolutely beautiful. I highly recommend this company. Ann S.

Vicky S.

Review of Charles Window & Door Company by

· San Rafael

I am doing a complete remodel of an original Eichler built in 1964, and virtually unimproved since. After speaking to several other window contractors, I knew Charles was the right choice from the first visit with sales rep Kevin. His window recommendation was outstanding -- a perfect match to my... more

Deborah R.

Review of Rocha & Son Construction by

· Half Moon Bay

Rocha & Son provided a high level of craftsmanship and personal attention. Greg Rocha will work with you to develop and complete a project that meets your needs.I would definitely employ them again.

I have a client that would like to frame, insulate & drywall over a exterior door in her kitchen. The home is in DC are there any code issues or permits req?
Jul 25, 2016
yes I would be concerned about the egress issue (or the ways in which you can exit the home).  I would always check with the building department.  Philip HDR Remodeling Berkeley Ca
I have a 50 gal. gas Bradford water heater in my house that is almost 12 years old. I want to replace in the near future. What are my non-tankless options?
Jul 10, 2015
Boy, I would go with the tankless.  I just put on in my home after checking out all the otions.  I don't think anything beats a tankless.   Other than than what Sam said about going solar Philip Ander ... read more

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