Professional Remodelers Organization

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· Columbia

We are extremely pleased with the service, product and end result of our project with Window Nation. We could not be happier with the sliding glass doors (all 4 sets). They look amazing. Our sales and installation teams were extremely professional, knowledgeable and helpful. The entire experience wa... more

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· Newark

P.J. Fitzpatrick has done a number of jobs for me including the latest of partial roof replacement. They are easy to work with and do quality work. They are my number one go to place for home repairs.

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Review of Four Seasons Roofing by

· ODENTON

We were looking for a company which can make us a new roof. Quite by accident we found Four Seasons Roofing and they gave us some roofing ideas. And, you know, we loved the idea of a rubber roof. After receiving an estimate from Alex, we were both very surprised. Their pricing was very competitive a... more

Philip E.

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· Bethesda

I am a repeat customer, and for a reason. They are thorough, attentive, and the work is of the highest quality.

What is the average cost of a 85" x 50" Power model SL 2700 4-lite Bow Type casement replacement window, in white without a grid pattern?
Dec 27, 2014
Depends on the options in the bow, roof requirements, bracing, material construction, etc. Are you referring to Power Windows when you say "Power" Model SL 2700? 
What are the best energy efficient blinds or window treatments for very large windows?
Feb 19, 2014
The most often recommended window covering for efficiency is a cellular shade. Please note that as you keep more of the interior heat from reaching the interior window surface, the potential for conde ... read more

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