Red Mountain Builders

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Phil F.

Review of Champion Windows of Colorado Springs by

· Salida

I was very satisfied with the windows and the installation! They were very helpful when we needed to contact them with a question or a concern. They were down home people that really cared about the product and satisfying the customer!

David R.

Review of Lifetime Windows & Siding by

· Silverthorne

Jason Lewis and company were very easy to work with and accommodating to adjustments in the job scope. Workmanship was outstanding. The quote was very reasonable, and considering the final result, was actually an extremely good value. We could have paid more going with another company - we got qu... more

Gary T.

Review of K&H Windows by

· Shawnee

Anybody that is considering a window replacement should consider K&H Windows over anyone else. Their product is great.

Kim M.

Review of Champion Windows of Denver by

· Conifer

Disappointed with the amount of condensation that appears on windows. This didn't happen with my old windows. I was told this is normal. Hmmm. I was given a brand new screen door that had a hole in the screen and was an older model. There was a lack of communication on the salesperson's part whi... more

What is the best way to insulate the ceiling on my glassed-in porch?

Brent Roper of Ropa Roofing PRO answered:

Apr 25, 2017
Blow in, but will have to hide it with a new ceiling I believe...
Best way to caulk the seam between our backsplash and kitchen counter?
Jan 28, 2016
The trick with caulking is to spray the wet caulking with Windex and then tool it with your finger.  For "rookies" you may want to use masking tape.  Here is a YouTube video that might help, too. http ... read more

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