Handypro of W-NW Columbus

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Don F.

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· Chillicothe

If I had to get any other windows replaced in my home, I would only go to WindowPro. The salesman was incredibly knowledgeable, and the three installers were just super. They did an outstanding job.

Marvin W.

Review of Champion Windows of Dayton by

· Clayton

I've come to understand that a great deal of the effectiveness of the construction of windows has to do with the proper installation. I chose Champion windows because they advertised a quality product that addressed my concerns in replacement windows. The salesman, Barry Eilert, thoroughly explai... more

Jim C.

Review of Champion Windows of Cincinnati by

· Hyde Park

My overall experience with Champion Window was not good at all. It started off well with Joe, our sales rep, and then went quickly down hill once they tried to install the door. The door they delivered was not manufactured correctly which was upsetting because we were very specific in our request.... more

Charlotte E.

Review of Integra Contracting by

· Liberty Township

We were very happy with everything. The two people on the job, Kevin and Pat, were fantastic! I couldn't have asked for anything better. Overall, it was a great experience. I would not criticize them for anything on my job.

How long does it take for water to stop dripping at the faucet after the main shutoff valve is applied?
Jan 16, 2017
Hello Bin, If you have not done so already, it helps to drain the system at the lowest point.  Meaning apply the shut off valve first, open the faucet at the lowest point (usually in the basement or ... read more
When it comes to major home renovations, what improvements/fixes produce the best ROI?
Nov 18, 2016
Phillip and Clifton have it right on.  That's our reference as well.  Digging one level deeper, the biggest bang for your buck generally comes from direct replacement projects.  Meaning, if you need t ... read more
Last edited Nov 18, 2016 10:48am

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