Alkat Restoration

Alkat Restoration

45 Ratings

Alkat Restoration

Architects and customers are specifying more and more stain grade millwork. Even with your greatest efforts, some woodwork will be damaged during construction. When the punch list shows up with dents, scratches, mars and other wood damage, what do you do? These expensive items must be restored, repaired, and refinished to the original condition or replaced in order to make your customer satisfied.

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Mary M.

Review of Re-Bath of the Triad/Triangle/Wilmington by

· Raleigh

This was the first major renovation I had completed on my home and I was nervous about it. They were wonderful to work with. The installer was incredibly prompt. Everyone was great to work with and we love our shower!

Fred M.

Review of Aluminum Company of North Carolina by

· Youngsville

Love all the work done on our house, very professional, highly recommend!

Gloria B.

Review of American Standard Walk-In Tubs by

· Council

I was satisfied with salesman and the crew that did it. I love my tub!

Hunter P.

Review of Skywalker Roofing by

· Greensboro

A new roof is a major expenditure and as a consumer you want to feel confident that you made the right choice in the company you contracted. I feel that I made the right choice with Skywalker roofing. Many thanks both to Josh Evans and his crew for their outstanding workmanship and to John Stanley a... more

Cindy: Sorry I was gone so long...something came up, but I'm back and this time with photos of the arch window!

Linda Vassilion answered:

Mar 30, 2015
Yeah, Joe...now that you put it that way...you may have a very good point. Do YOU know of any co. that would be willing to remove the window, glaze it and replace it in the same day?  If they don't do ... read more
Can vinyl shutters be painted? We have some shutters that were black but have since become very faded.
Jun 12, 2014
Yes Vinyl can absolutely be painted! Be sure to clean it well before applying the paint.  Using a paint that has more sheen to it will bring a more protective finish.  Most customers of ours prefer us ... read more

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