Stafford & Son Builders

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Rod C.

Review of Exterior Source by

· Virginia Bch

The only thoughts I have thus far regarding the job are that so far everything looks good but we haven't had a hard rain yet, there has been a fair amount of the long nails from the old gutters found around the house plus small nails that could damage tires and small pieces of tar paper.Then today I... more

David T.

Review of Starling Guttering, Inc. by

· Newport News

They were professional from the beginning to the end.

Bill W.

Review of Quality Advantage Home Products Inc. by

· Gloucester

The only problem is them coming in a timely manner. One suggestion would be even though the install was a good job, they missed a couple things. It would help if they could get their guys uniforms, they didn't dress as professionals.

Lena N.

Review of A. Leigh Construction, LLC by

· Midlothian

Aaron and George are awesome to work with. They are professional, respectful and courteous. They arrived on the job site on time, worked efficiently to finish my project and thoroughly cleaned up before leaving. They are quick to respond to any concerns or issues addressed by customer. They will res... more

I have trim boards to install that will cap over exposed block foundation. What ways should I attach these? They will be primed and painted when installed.
Jul 31, 2016
You can also use Tapcon masonry screws.  Pre drill. Countersink if you want to hide screw heads with wood filler or Bondo. 
Cindy: Sorry I was gone so long...something came up, but I'm back and this time with photos of the arch window!

Bruce Wiegan of BNW Builders PRO answered:

Apr 18, 2015
Definitely looks like a seal failure.  The seal is broken which is causing the cloudy glass.  If the glass is not under warranty you should be able to contact a local glass company to do the repair fo ... read more

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