DeAngelo Remodeling, Inc

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Mr M.

Review of JMC by

· Wharton

We chose JMC because of excellent reviews in Angie's List. We were not disappointed. From the first moment that we talked with John, he made us feel comfortable because everything was handled in a attentive and professional manner. The one change we made in the contract proved to be no problem. Al... more

Fran V.

Review of Majestic Exteriors LLC by

· Maplewood

The people of Majestic Exteriors are as close to 100 percent professional, courteous and speedy as anyone could hope. Our requirements were relatively small in comparison to the tasks this company takes on, yet my wife and I agree we felt as if we were on the top of their priority list. We were alwa... more

Marc W.

Review of A.J. Perri by

· Marlboro

If this is regarding the repair of the sewer line problem, the above is totally representative of our feelings. However, it relates to the two faucet replacements, I would say that I was unhappy with the technician's attempt to find other work to perform and the pricing of $800.

Peter P.

Review of K & B Home Remodelers, LLC by

· RIDGEWOOD

They were excellent. The work was beautiful.

I just got leaf filter gutter guards, steel mesh, 2 months ago. Now that it's fall there are leaves piled up on top, stuck with rain, etc. What to do?
Nov 13, 2015
We hear this question from a lot of homeowners, and unfortunately there is no such thing as a maintenance free guard product. Although having guards can significantly decrease the maintenance, as you ... read more
Last edited Nov 13, 2015 1:20pm
What is the best way to install 30" high x 72" wide x 5/8 thick double pane fixed glass in vertical wall on roof. I am replacing "cloudy"existing ones
Feb 16, 2015
Glenn- I agree with my colleagues that you should hire a professional to do this.  Contact the manufacturer and see if they will install the glass, what the cost is, and how long the installation warr ... read more

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