Lewis Construction & Architectural Millwork

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Wally R.

Review of Power Home Remodeling by

· Newtown

I was overwhelmed by the quality of the windows, installation, and their attention to detail. They were very thorough, and made sure that everything was level. They had excellent clean up inside and outside. I am very happy customer, and would recommend them to anyone. They are energy efficient, and... more

R.K.J.

Review of P.J. Fitzpatrick by

· Laurel Springs

We think that P.J. Fitzpatrick did a great job on our 40 year old home. Many people have complimented the work and we recommend everyone who has asked us about them.

Richard M.

Review of Huff 'N Puff by

· Brewster

I was an Anderson Windows customer since I built my home in '79. Like everything else it was time for any upgrade in 2013. While I paid a little more than I budgeted for, I also got more value. AND if I divide what I paid by the life expectancy of these new windows the capital expense over time is p... more

Michele K.

Review of A.J. Perri (Service) by

· Neptune

my ONLY comment and/or criticism is that the invoice is not readable this visit and other visits. Carbon is too faint and technicians handwriting fairly illegible. I like to keep accurate records of work done but most of the time (previous visits) I can't read it i.e. techs shorthand. It may be be... more

I have white Thermofoil cabinets that have peeling doors and drawer fronts. How do I go about ordering replacement doors and fronts?

Janice Klinger answered:

Feb 26, 2016
This is not exactly an answer, but I just installed thermofoil  doors and drawers at a cost of 30K.  I hope your doors are old because this question got me worried.  
I would like to paint the inside of my front door. It is already stained with a semi glossy dark stain. Can I effectively use latex paint with primer in it?
Jul 31, 2014
Most stained doors were done with oil based coatings. That means you need an oil based primer first then you can use latex paint. Latex primer will not adhere to oil based coatings. Dennis D. Gehman P ... read more

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