Trinity Quality Homes

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Meredith M.

Review of Thompson Creek Windows by

· Alexandria

I was incredibly disappointed in the quality and especially given the cost. Don't mind paying for quality work, based on reputation. Thought that is what I was doing/based on the work was the opposite.

Darren I.

Review of Sunshine Contracting by

· Dale City

Great company in which they are very professional and friendly with no sales/pressure tactics. No regrets choosing Sunshine. Great products, workmanship, prices, and service from sales, installation, and clean-up. Most of all, I appreciated the open communication throughout the whole process.

Barbara R.

Review of Quantum Restoration Services by

· Glenolden

From the day of the loss until the completion of the work Jason, Mike and especially George went above and beyond with every aspect of the job. I am sincerely thankful and appreciative for them and that my insurance carrier selected them to jump in on the day of the loss when I was somewhat hysteri... more

Kwame F.

Review of Prince William Home Improvement by

· Aldie

PWHI kept me up to date with status of my financing, permit pulling. they immediately got to work once all the permits were ready and finished the project timely. They were extremely professional and provided quality service. I'm impressed with their level of expertise and workmanship. They sho... more

What is the temperature range for installing roof shingles
Dec 15, 2016
Each shingle manufacturer will specify if they have minimum temperatures for install.  40 degrees is a good rule of thumb. Below that, crews may have issues with their equipment (air compressors and h ... read more
Should I install solar panels on my new home?
Feb 20, 2014
+1 If you can amortize it into the long term loan on the home, it is a 100% no brainer. Yes!!

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