Devon Remodeling & Construction

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Faye P.

Review of Power Home Remodeling by

· Baltimore

The salesman was knowledgeable, presented the product in a way that was very appealing, and he knew his business. The installers were on time, professional, and left the site very clean. The project manager made sure to answer all our questions and made sure that the job was done to our satisfaction... more

John P.

Review of Thompson Creek Windows by

· Pasadena

I met someone at the Maryland Season Festival. I was thinking about gutters, the ones on the house were inadequate. They asked if I wanted to set up an appointment and I said sure still not knowing if I'd buy it or not. Piper came out, set up an appointment, sat down with us. Money's tight here so w... more

Denny W.

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· Hummelstown

My experience with Studio 4 Showroom LLC was outstanding. I wanted to replace 3 steel entrance doors (2 of them had rust and one of the frames had significant rotting). At first I overlooked Studio 4 Showroom LLC primarily because of my misconception of an expensive, overpriced company to do busines... more


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Neil, is the best!!! I always request Neil. He is a TRUE ASSET TO YOUR COMPANY.

Is there any tree like Leyland cypress but the height should not be more than 15 feet?

Joe Ashton of Ashton Group Ltd PRO answered:

Sep 27, 2015
Emerald Green Arborvitae
What are the advantages/disadvantages of having asphalt roof shingles applied over my existing roof?
There are two options available for reroofing installations. One would be to tear off the old roof before applying the new one (tear off). The second would be to lay new shingles over the existing roo ... read more

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