S&A Homes

S&A Homes is a contractor based in State College, PA. We don't have any additional information about S&A Homes.

If this is your business, claim your profile to edit your company information, collect and respond to reviews, and answer questions from homeowners.

Leave the first review

Have you had work done by S&A Homes? Let everyone know about your experience by leaving a review!

Leave review
Bruce E.

Review of Roof Right Inc. by

· Hampstead

I would like to coomend Roof Right and Mr. Joe Bowers for the excellent service they provided in installing a new roof on our home in February 2013. Mr. Bowers made a site survey of the roof, discussed all options with us and discussed advantages and disadvantages to each. At no point did we feel... more


Review of Arocon Roofing and Construction by

· Frederick

Arocon was very efficient, professional and completed the job in the time frame mentioned and worked within my schedule to get the job completed. My wife has a day care at the home and they worked around her schedule so it would not interfere with the kids' nap time!

Darrin B.

Review of Gale O. Boyer Roofing by

· Jersey Shore

They did a very nice job of communicating, and if I had an issue, they talked it over with me and resolved any issues I had. The roof was awesome!

John P.

Review of American Standard Walk-In Tubs by

· New Market

The installers did an excellent job, very courteous and very careful of our home, as was the the salesman. The only issue we had was the timeliness of the install.

black spots on the roof. can you tell me what is the cause of this? have lived in this house 12 years and have had no problems. what can you do to clean this?
Nov 10, 2014
Hey Terry,  Black spots on the roof usually form do on the Northern facing side of the home because it has less direct exposure to sun light.  Blue-Green algae is usually what the black spots are, ho ... read more
What causes large gaps between window frames and the brick of my home? It looks like someone tried to caulk it previously, but it just pulled away again.
Sep 12, 2014
It seems like the caulk must have come loose. My recommendation is to recaulk the area and make sure that the gap is filled with insulation. Another option to look into is double expanding foam. Hope ... read more

Learn why professional home builders and home improvement contractors join our community of quality.

Get started