American Home Concepts - Home, Kitchen & Bathroom Remodeling

Since 1991 American Home Concepts, Inc. has been the trusted home remodeling company throughout the greater Philadelphia area. Show more

Since 1991 American Home Concepts, Inc. has been the trusted home remodeling company throughout the greater Philadelphia area.

If you are planning to remodel any area of your home, whether it’s your kitchen remodeling or bathroom remodeling, or replacement of your windows, doors or siding, you can count on us to be your trusted home remodeling contractor. We will do everything possible to exceed your expectations so you have a partner you can trust today and in the future.
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very good experience all the way through.

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Review of A.J. Perri (Service) by

· Wall

I will not recommend this company. the people on the phone are nice however, on 2 separate occasions the technician was not honest. In the first instance the technician tried to get me to buy services that I did not need to unclog a drain. In the second they came to clean my furnace that was workin... more

What is the temperature range for installing roof shingles
Dec 15, 2016
Each shingle manufacturer will specify if they have minimum temperatures for install.  40 degrees is a good rule of thumb. Below that, crews may have issues with their equipment (air compressors and h ... read more
roof vents placed behind 4ft walls in finished attic dont do squat for ventilation. no place for soffit vents, siding is asbestos so gable vents too pricey.
Jul 9, 2014
Hey William,  I would say your best bet is to shingle over the vents and edge the vents at eaves. This way you are able to allow for intake and continuous ridge vent for exhaust. Hope this helps! Er ... read more

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