Mike Stevens Homes, Inc.

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Anita C.

Review of Champion Windows of Chattanooga by

· Dunlap

I was pleased with the installers. They were very courteous and kept everything clean. I am unhappy with the price. I could have gotten these for half the price with just as good windows.

Nina O.

Review of Champion Windows of Knoxville by

· Sunbright

The communication and the professionalism and the work were all excellent from all three gentlemen from Champion that I talked with. I really like the product and the way you can clean the windows.

Judy B.

Review of Hullco by

· Soddy Daisy

Working with Hullco on our project has been a wonderful experience. They have been open to our suggestions, listened to our requests, and have come up with even better plans for us. The crew cleaned up their work site and made it a wonderful experience. Hullco is A+ for us.


Review of The Hands of Sean Perry Co. by

· Asheville

We were very pleased with the professionalism, timely project execution, and thoroughness and attention to detail of the Sean Perry team. They were great to work with, had a great attitude, and we are extremely satisfied with the end result of the project. They have been absolutely excellent and liv... more

If you get it in writing that your roof installation will not be too heavy for the frame of your home, and a few months later your roof is sinking and the frame is cracking, is the roofer responsible?
Nov 29, 2016
In twenty years it only came up once. It was an old house and the owner knew it was substandard. It is taken for granted by most people that a house was built to code and still in sound condition. It ... read more
I have a home built 1956 with original aluminum crank out picture window that I'd like painted to match my brown gutters.
Jul 16, 2015
I have seen it done and seen the paint last if cleaning is thorough and the proper paint is used but the first answer is true. You won't replicate a factory finish and it is nore difficult to do than ... read more
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