James Albright / Albright Remodeling

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Jeff G.

Review of McClurg Remodeling & Construction by

· Syracuse

Our McClurg Remodeling & Construction experience was exceptional. They made what could have been a nightmare remodel into a very pleasing experience. Their work is top notch and the sub-contractors they use are also craftsmen in their own right.

Charles S.

Review of LeafFilter Gutter Protection by

· Jamesville/Pompey

I was slow to respond because I have not been home when it was raining - since the installation.. However, there is evidence that there is considerable "spill-over" near (above) our front door. It is supposed to rain late today (6/10/15) and I will know more. Otherwise - the material looks great a... more

Dave M.

Review of Brock Doors & Windows LTD. by

· Oshawa

They know what they are doing, they are very knowledgable, and helped me make a decision that I truly needed. They came up with the best bang for your buck. I would recommend them to anyone. I am going to use them again.

Kathleen W.

Review of Champion Windows of Rochester by

· Farmington

I was very satisfied with the job and how everything looks and functions!

I have a client that would like to frame, insulate & drywall over a exterior door in her kitchen. The home is in DC are there any code issues or permits req?

Mike Goldberg of RestoreCore PRO answered:

Jul 21, 2016
You need to consult the local building and zoning department.  Changing means of egress may not be allowed or may require a permit.
Do you have to use a specific light bulb when using a dimmer switch.
Jul 20, 2016
Yes, when using traditional incondesent bulbs make sure it is marked dimmable (most are). If you are moving into the realm of LED things get a bit more complicated. Many LED bulbs say dimmable but can ... read more

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