Westminster Communities

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Review of P.J. Fitzpatrick by

· West Chester

Everyone we were involved with made you feel like your project was their concern. They did all they said in completion and cleanup around our home. I would recommend P.J. Fitzpatrick to family and friends in a heartbeat. Thank you for making our house beautiful in the neigborhood. Thanks, Sue McGu... more

Ryan G.

Review of A.J. Perri (Service) by

· Freehold

Truly exceptional job by Mark! He explained everything well and took his time to answer my questions.

Linnea W.

Review of The Brothers that just do Gutters (New York) by

· Rhinebeck

I will rarely rate anyone with all top scores, but I am very happy with BWJDG. The customer service has been outstanding, specifically Rebecca Pepe. My account is complicated because I am an absentee landlord and live overseas and Rebecca has been incredibly helpful, kind, and knowledgable - she m... more

Jodie F.

Review of The Brothers that just do Gutters (Pennsylvania) by

· Easton

I was so impressed by their thoroughness and neatness. I found no left over debris, not even tiny pieces. I feel that sold me exactly what I needed and no more. My site required some evacuation underground and they did a wonderful job of finishing that properly --- including putting down grass seed.... more

What are the most cost effective things I can do to improve my home's energy efficiency?
Jan 13, 2015
All of the answers given were great options. There are many, many ways to improve a home's energy efficiency. As we are a siding and window company, my focus will be on those areas. Windows are a huge ... read more
is it standard to hold a cooling unit up by a belt to prevent it from leaning? this belt slipped and was tighten to again to prevent it from leaking
Sep 9, 2014
A belt doesn't sound like the proper material to hold anything related to air conditioning

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