Michael G. D'Annunzio - Building Custom Homes

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P. J. Fitzpatrick did an outstanding job replacing my roof. They were prompt, professional, very well organized, and took the time to explain the process before, and during, the installation. There was no pressure relative to a sales pitch; just a clear, concise representation of options, and reco... more

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· Mountainside

The two technicians you sent to my house yesterday were thieves! 1) First guy: a Quote for $1200+ for replacing a circulating pump is insane!! I purchased pump at plumbing supply house for $471. It took 20 minutes to replace. He refused to break down pricing of equipment vs labor... 2) Second guy: T... more

Nick G.

Review of Ferris Home Improvements by

· Bear

I've used Ferris for two window/door projects and I would definitely go back. I like that it is a small and local company and they greatly value their reputation and work for your business (compared to big companies who don't seem to care). Both projects were done in a timely manner and at a competi... more

Wires of window sensors to alarm snipped.
Jul 16, 2015
Veery few windows and doors have alarm sensors on them these days. Most monitoring is done with wireless motion sensors that cover windows and doors / entry points to the House. If you really want to ... read more
I have a screened in porch that I wish I used more. I was thinking about glassing it in and was wondering what my best option would be?
Jan 19, 2015
Bryan- If you mean that the walls are 2 x 4 and framed already below the screens and you just want to replace the screens with windows, then you have a few options depending on your budget. The most e ... read more

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