Silverstone Properties

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Ann H.

Review of Sideco / Windco, Inc. by

· Fayetteville

At the end of August this year when I discovered that I would have to replace my cement siding which was only two years old, due to defective product and poor installation, I was devastated. I found Sideco via the James Hardie website as being a certified installer in my area. The Sideco web site wa... more

Angelo M.

Review of McCaleb Homes by

· Edmond

This 1st time home buying process couldn't have been more successful. The MCCaleb team was professional and seamless. Also the owner of MCCaleb Home's was engaged from the very beginning of this process, as a 1st time home buyer, this reassured our decision to go with MCCaleb Homes.

Norma T.

Review of WinChoice USA by

· Springdale

I replaced 3 windows right next to each other with one huge pane and 2 on each side so it is a picture window. I love it and the view is great and it is so much warmer. The other window replaced was the kitchen window, double hung and is a great satisfaction. It is warm and the view is so much bette... more

R.H.M.

Review of A-Best Roofing by

· Broken Arrow

The workers were highly recommended by others. We are pleased with the work. Scott did a very nice job for us.

what is the best way to keep flying insects (wasp, bees, hornets) from entering your roof eaves vents? There's screen but not small enough to keep them out.
Mar 29, 2016
Depending on the type of soffit/eave vents, it would be easiest and most cost effective to replace them with a new vent that has smaller screen material.  Most of those can be found at a local supply ... read more
What's the best way to clean hard wood floors?
Sep 9, 2015
Vinegar deluted with water is safe and works well.  Bona is another product that works.  Do NOT steam clean real wood floors with a steamer or use pine sol!!

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