Alford Homes, L.P.

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My experience was very good. It was very informative and complete. He was very knowledgeable about his product, and had been there for many years. His competency was comforting. Everyone there was very knowledgeable, and did a great job. We're going to recommend them to everyone.

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· Waxahachie

The product is good and the crew was good. They were neat and clean. They did a very good job. I am very impressed with them.

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· Fort Worth

Leaf Filter let their salesman sell something they could not deliver. The installer told me that when he arrived that he surveyed the job and determined there was one part he could not do. What I truly do not understand about this company is why would they even start a job they knew they could not... more

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· Arlington

They were fantastic. The whole process was seamless from start to finish. From the salesman to the construction manager did a great job. They impressed me.

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Lori Boyter of RockAway Co. PRO answered:

Dec 23, 2014
The wash the brick mason is talking about is an acid wash. That should take care of the white stains. As far as the vertical brick looking a different color, the acid wash should take care of that too ... read more
What should I know about installing a Rumford fireplace?
May 19, 2014
Interior chimneys are at least 4" larger in all four directions than the flue they contain. A chimney containing a 12"x12" clay flue liner must be at least 20" by 20". Combustible materials must be ke ... read more

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