Woleslagle Contracting

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J.N.M.

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· Pittsburgh

J. Frances absolutely saved our master bathroom/2nd floor laundry room remodel after a previous contractor had totally botched the work. We purchased a home last May in the Dormont-Mt. Lebanon area that had good bones, but needed a lot of work. I wish we had J. Francis from the very beginning. It w... more

Karen R.

Review of Window Nation - Pittsburgh by

· Pittsburgh

Very pleased with the craftsmanship of the windows we purchased and deferred fiancing. Have also recommended Window Nation to our parents who have also recently placed their order with Window Nation.

Elizabeth H.

Review of Meredith Home Improvements by

·  Monroeville

My experience is that they do not overpromise. They did not start the project until they finished the others. We had their full attention to our roof. The workmanship was rather good and the roof materials are of high quality. The estimator gave us the price on the spot. I think anyone would be... more

Joyce C.

Review of American Window Industries / Premier Kitchens and Bath by

· Pittsburgh

I had them come out and do most of my windows. They came in, did the work, cleaned up, and left. They were very efficient, polite, and all gentlemen. I have two more windows that I will be getting done, and I will be calling them to do the job for me.

What are the top 3 energy efficiency upgrades I can do to my 2-story home?
Aug 13, 2014
The energy efficiency of a home relies on several factors.  The most dominant of these factors is the insulation used, both within the perimeter walls and attic.  This would include the houses ability ... read more
What size nails are required for Structural insulated sheeting .5 inch foam board.
Aug 13, 2014
This is based entirely on the Manufactueres recommended installation techniques per the scope of work to be performed.  Such as location, what your fastening to etc.

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