Mulloy Builders LLC

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Leslie C.

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· Walkersville

They are first rate. They were the best people I have worked with since I had my last heart surgery at the Washington Hospital Center last fall and those are guys who do thousands of operations a year with everything riding on the line. I know the importance of quality workmanship.

Spencer J.

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· Vienna

Overall a great experience. Window costs/estimates can be staggeringly different. Thompson Creek did not sell me, their costs were more than reasonable for the quality and the installation/customer service was always there but not overbearing.

Troy Z.

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· Wyomissing

I found 123 Exteriors to be very professional, they did a great job with installing both a new roof and gutters on my home. My customer representative Jessica Berry did a great job as a project manager, she kept me informed throughout the process as to when each stage of the work was going to be don... more

Patrick P.

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· Robesonia

Anyone attempting this type of project, a deck, can be confident to proceed with Breyer Construction and Landscaping.

What kind of siding should I install? Hardie Board, or Vinyl with foam backing?
Jun 12, 2014
Any insulated siding should suffice. Vinyl siding with a backer board or insulation should make the room usable. Hardie Siding is effective as well as it is more durable but is more expensive. Make su ... read more
What's the difference between a "replacement window" and a "new construction" window?
Mar 5, 2014
Hey Jerrod,  When installing replacement windows, the existing window frame remains and the replacement window is installed inside the existing frame.  This causes the glass area to shrink slightly to ... read more

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