LeafGuard of Asheville

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Robin A.

Review of Georgia Water and Fire by

· Homer

All workers sent to my home were non-english speaking so communication difficult. Must always be aware of what materials are being used to avoid substandard quality of replacement materials. Some agreed upon things were not honored by contractor even with a second reminder. Once job was completed... more

Peter E.

Review of Epcon Communities Charlotte by

· Cornelius

My husband an I both are extremely happy that Epcon goes through greater lengths to survey the needs of what older adults want in their home and in their community. They do provide a suitable home for older adults. That is why we chose Epcon Communities.

Keremy M.

Review of Daniel Builders by

· Anderson

They are very professional, very personable, and they truly care about doing the job well and want to do everything possible for their customers. It was a great experience working with Daniel Builders and we plan to do more projects in the future.

Carolyn B.

Review of Fresh Coat of Charlotte by

· Fort mill

Fresh coat did a fantastic job with the painting. They were professional and they will be back to do more! Danny and Sarah were great!

How do I stop cold drafts coming in from 2 skylights?

Tara Taylor of Crown Builders PRO answered:

Feb 6, 2017
Probably need to have the skylight reflashed.  Skylights need to have special flashing kits designed for skylights.  Have a professional come to inspect to see if you have a curb mount or deck mount s ... read more
What is the temperature range for installing roof shingles
Dec 14, 2016
I would recommend not less than 40 degrees. If the shingles are a dark color in direct sunlight they will seal in one day from the solar radiance from the sun even if temps are low. 

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