Suncoast Roofing Services Inc

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· Jacksonville

The outside sale person explained the process thoroughly and at the end of the job, things went as he had explained. The job started on time and finished on time. The only thing that disappointed me, was the crew did not treat my property with respect. Landscaping was trampled, gutter were bent a... more

I have a home built 1956 with original aluminum crank out picture window that I'd like painted to match my brown gutters.

Nilza Jackson of WCI Group Inc. PRO answered:

Jul 17, 2015
Aluminum windows are not energy efficient and they are noisy.  If the window is more than 10 years old, replace it with an energy star rated vinyl window that has bronze outside/white inside.  It will ... read more
Has anyone built a full size basketball court in their back yard? I want one, but I don't know where to start, any thoughts?
Feb 2, 2015
Be certain that this is something you plan to use for years and years as the ROI on homeowner-specific improvements are not very high.  Budget for the concrete work involved is usually around $15-20K ... read more

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