Weather Guard Contractors

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Ryan C.

Review of North Georgia Replacement Windows by

· Buford

A company can only be as good as its employees allow. The company can offer the best product, but unless the employees deliver exceptional customer service the company will not be a success. North Georgia Replacement Windows offers the BEST products and provides the BEST customer service I have ex... more

Jagannath R.

Review of EXOVATIONS by

· Alpharetta

They were professional and I felt very comfortable leaving them to finish the job even though I was on the road most of the time.

Flavius M.

Review of Rocklyn Homes by

· Braselton

Overall, I am pleased with everything. Rocklyn Homes provided a good experience and a quality product. I was concerned about a few minor things. They do need to pay more attention to unfinished basement. I was not pleased with the 4" wide door jam in my basement.

Robin A.

Review of Georgia Water and Fire by

· Homer

All workers sent to my home were non-english speaking so communication difficult. Must always be aware of what materials are being used to avoid substandard quality of replacement materials. Some agreed upon things were not honored by contractor even with a second reminder. Once job was completed... more

I am considering placing a pool in my back yard. What should I know before i begin this process?
Aug 14, 2014
You should decide if you want above ground or in-ground.  If you decide to go with in-ground, you should do some research on vinyl liner compared with concrete.  :-)  Good Luck!
What are the most cost effective things I can do to improve my home's energy efficiency?

Nathan Harris answered:

Feb 17, 2014
You can also look into programmable thermostats!

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