P D R - Long Island

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· Glen Ridge

Global Home Improvement Inc. installed several Marvin double-hung MTO and Infinity windows on our home over the course of 6 months (we did the project in installments) and we were extremely satisfied with Global's install team (Danny and Tony), our project manager (Mike H), salesman (Murray) and Ada... more

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· Lynbrook

I never had a problem with Power Home Remodeling and I have used them twice.

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· Kendall Park

This is an amazing concept and I'm so happy to have found it. Entry doors can be so pricey if you are looking for the more modern and less traditional styles. This is so affordable and simply gorgeous. Very easy process, expert installer and beautiful results!

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Review of Rockland Interiors by

· Nanuet

Lauren and Gene were both very professional and a pleasure to work with. We very much appreciated that they do not take on multiple projects simultaneously and were able to focus on our project before moving on to the next one. They were both knowledgeable, honest, professional and trustworthy.

What's the best way to hang a Christmas wreath on the new door? Can a nail be used to suspend the wreath? Elaine Donnelly
Dec 7, 2016
We would suggest that in order not to damage a door, that you use an over the door hanger. An even bigger suggestion with an over the door hanger is adding a self adhesive felt dot to the back where i ... read more
What's the difference between a "replacement window" and a "new construction" window?
May 12, 2014
You can and you should replace your existing windows with new construction windows because that is the best method.  A "replacement" window is really designed for an older home where the window sashes ... read more

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