All Seasons Comfort Control LLC

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Roof Right Inc impressed my wife and I when we saw the great job they did on our condo several years ago. Compared to the first roofer contracted for the job, I mentioned to my wife that if we ever need a roofer when we buy a house, Roof Right will get my business. Fast forward ten years, they got... more

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We have used A.J. Perri for several large jobs in our home over the past few years and have been satisfied with their work and professionalism EVERY SINGLE time. Their crews are detail-oriented and always leave the work area clean. Of special note, the night before Thanksgiving (2014), we lost hea... more

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· Runnemede

Very professional and installation was wonderful. Crew was professional, on time, courteous and skilled.

William K.

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· Fair Haven

Absolutly the most ridiculous price quote for a plumbing job I have ever been given. Technician was professional, but their pricing is so inflated it's just insulting. Will never call again.

What is the best way to install 30" high x 72" wide x 5/8 thick double pane fixed glass in vertical wall on roof. I am replacing "cloudy"existing ones
Feb 16, 2015
Glenn- I agree with my colleagues that you should hire a professional to do this.  Contact the manufacturer and see if they will install the glass, what the cost is, and how long the installation warr ... read more
I have a screened in porch that I wish I used more. I was thinking about glassing it in and was wondering what my best option would be?
Jan 19, 2015
Bryan- If you mean that the walls are 2 x 4 and framed already below the screens and you just want to replace the screens with windows, then you have a few options depending on your budget. The most e ... read more

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