Thompson Creek

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David R.

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· Lanham

Power Home Remodeling is truly professional, high quality and it is an overall relaxing feeling to deal with them. They take away all the headaches and there are no worries. Everything is done professionally and nothing is left out. They take care of the job and take care of you. They call before, a... more

Greg L.

Review of Thompson Creek Windows by

· Ashburn

The quality of the product is great. I was happy with the Thompson Creek representative. During installation management came to give an on time look and made sure everything was satisfactory. That made a good impression.

Joyce H.

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· Alexandria

I love Exterior Medics! After getting wrong opinions and shoddy service from at least 2 other companies, plus handy men, insurance adjustors and more, Exterior Medics employees became my knights in shining armor. My problem is fixed. The service was great. I am so happy to have no worries about... more

Robert W.

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· Lancaster

They acted very professionally, got it done quickly, and executed what they said they would.

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
What's the best way to test out if my roof is leaking before it rains?
If you can get into your attic you should be able to see evidence of leaks. Look for staining and/or rotting wood at walls and penetrations.

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