Ferco, Inc.

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Philip R.

Review of Allied Siding & Windows - Dallas by

· Flower Mound

Allied Siding & Windows - Dallas and theirs employees did a fantastic job on our home. They did the windows, siding, and gutter. It was a terrific experience that was done professionally and increases the value of our home. They were a pleasure to work with and had great communication.

James R.

Review of Champion Windows of Ft. Worth by

· Maypearl

We contacted Champion. They were very responsive and prompt to our request online. They made appointments with us, they were punctual, and the salesperson was very thorough and knowledgable. There was no pressure. He laid out the plans for us, gave us the options, we discussed it and that same night... more

Justin J.

Review of Pool Environments by

· Dallas

The finished product was to our high standards. The project took longer than promised, but the owner, Chris, got involved when he learned of this, and turned it around.

Erick C.

Review of Window World of Dallas/Ft. Worth by

· Fort Worth

It was a one in done window option. I could not recommend anyone else.

I live in a hurricane prone area. Is there a product that can make placing plywood over the windows easier?
Another option, which I have not used myself, is used a lot in Houston.  https://www.plylox.com/  This company sells a clip that is attached to 1/2"plywood, and you can typically get them at your loca ... read more
What is the best way to kill and remove about 1/3 acre of poison ivy? Some of it is on the ground but it is also climbing trees.
May 19, 2014
The best way to remove the poison ivy would be to get a goat or two. A pair of goats would have the poison ivy in about a day without leaving any chemicals left behind. Keep in mind though that goats ... read more

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