Advantage Roofing & Construction LLC

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I gave them one 3 out of 4, because I did not like their call center. We could not understand the people at the call center, whenever we called, and they were not enthusiastic about the business.

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They did an excellent job, and they had to fight extra hard with our insurance company, so I would give them an A+ for everything they did.

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What will be the difference in measurements for new installation vs. replacement insert windows.

Carole Weber of Weber Windows PRO answered:

May 30, 2017
Hi Peggy, It can vary widely based on what kind of window you have now (aluminum, wood, vinyl, etcl) as well as if you have brickmould casing on the exterior etc.  It can be up to 5" different.  Just ... read more
My handyman recently shared with me that he thinks I have some structural damage in my basement from a minor flood a few years back...
May 24, 2017
I agree that you need a structural engineer. The longer you wait the more damage that could occure if it continues to move

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