MILLHOLL CUSTOM LLC

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Scott M.

Review of Champion Windows of Colorado Springs by

· Black Forest

They're easy to work with and they explained the process of what they're doing. They don't mind if you as a homeowner watch the work process, and they're really great to work with overall. The entire team from start to finish from getting the estimate done to the pricing and follow up and everything... more

Rebecca D.

Review of 5280 Exteriors by

· Greenwood Village

We worked with Bryce at 5280 who was instrumental in ensuring our project was completed to our satisfaction. He was very easy to reach and responded quickly to our inquiries. Although the siding and windows took longer to complete than originally anticipated, this is somewhat expected given the nat... more

Gary S.

Review of Champion Windows of Denver by

· Strasburg

The installation crew was good, and the windows seem to be good. They haven't been put to a test yet, but we will find out with the cold weather.

Don S.

Review of System Pavers by

· Denver

Sytem Pavers did a phenomenal job on our home. They did our outdoor lighting which improved the overall look of our home but also provided an additional security element. We couldn't be happier.

What kind of siding should I install? Hardie Board, or Vinyl with foam backing?
Apr 21, 2015
As a Denver roofing and siding company, we would suggest using a hardie board product. This would ultimately come down to your project budget, as insulated vinyl siding will be about 50% cheeper than ... read more
Last edited May 21, 2015 11:27pm
Is there something I can do for my creaky, poppy hardwood floors without replacing them?

Art Fast of Kitchen Masters PRO answered:

Apr 27, 2014
Tthe squeaking sounds you hear are probably from movement of the boards, either against each other or against the sub-floor beneath the hardwood.  The nails used to install the original sub-floor may ... read more

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