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· WASHINGTON

Champion were very helpful in explaining what was involved in purchasing new windows. They kept their word, and they did a beautiful job. Next time I need windows, I'll use Champion.

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· Kenneth Square

From the first meeting, 5 Star impressed me with their knowledge of the issues causing water damage in stucco homes and how they installed the various water barriers and drainage planes to prevent future problems. They were not the cheapest but their attention to detail and installation technique i... more

Darren M.

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· Rockville

We will not be recommending Closet America to others. The hanging bars were not centered properly which made the hangers rest up against a wall. Whether this was due to either a design flaw or manufacturing error along with how it might be fixed (lots of noise from several holes being drilled) rathe... more

Stephanie B.

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· Upper Marlboro

I was very impressed, very shocked, and didn't know what to expect. I am very happy with the outcome.

Our new home does not have insulation or sound proofing between floors. Can we fix this now?
Dec 10, 2015
If you don't want to loose ceiling height, you will need to remove the celing covering to gain access to the floor joist cavities. A product we've had great sucess with is Roxul (http://www.roxul.com ... read more
Should I be worried that external doors in my home are shifting to a point that I can't lock them without lifting them up?

Bruce Wiegan of BNW Builders PRO answered:

Apr 18, 2015
What year was the house built?  How old are the doors?

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