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· Largo

Excellent job.

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Review of Morgan Exteriors, Inc. by

· Clearwater

I would not recommend them at this point. The $1800 Shutters were not secured into the house. At least a dozen plugs came out. The caulk on the window was sloppy. The window sills were left with big gaps. When I left a message of complaint, the salesman called two weeks afterward. He set... more

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· Bradenton

I was really pleased with everything about my new roof job with Kennedy Construction. The crew was friendly and helpful They picked up all debris at the job site every afternoon and kept it tidy. The job supervisor reported to me each day about how the job was going--what I could expect the next... more

Bill M.

Review of LeafFilter Gutter Protection by

· Rockledge

A complicated corner that did not seal properly at installation leaked, but one call resulted in the original installer returning and applying additional sealer. There has been no very heavy rain since the re-seal, but light showers have not leaked. The gutter is “neat and clean” and appears t... more

What do you think about radiant barrier spray on coating versus foil backing radiant barrier?
Foil backed plywood is the more efficient than spray. Here is one site but many use the same figures. http://www.atticfoil.com/install-questions/paint-vs-foil.html
We live in a condo and cannot attach anything to the outside of the building. We would like a patio cover or retractable awning. Is there anyway to do this?
Jul 7, 2015
Unfortunately we do not do any type of awnings. What i would do is call the HOA and ask them what they allow back there. 

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