Arrow Renovation

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· Olathe

My whole experience from the initial meeting to the final product has been very pleasant, not stressful, and it's been very pleasant dealing with a company that cares about the final product and their relationships with the customers.

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· Mission

Johnson County Siding & Windows Co. gave us great quality at a good value. The project was completed on time and they delivered on all their promises.

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Very informative & thorough sales presentation. Window glass is extremely efficient with reduced amount of interior heating. Additional insulation is added to window cavities. Double hung windows are easy to clean. Exterior wrap provides a clean look with additional sealing.

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Review of All-Weather Window, Doors & Siding Inc. by

· North Kansas City

My three entry doors and screen doors are beautiful and open and close perfectly! Will explained everything about the features of the doors and the installation process. David and his son, the installers, were amazing. My house presents problems to every contractor that tries to tackle it, but these... more

I have cracks in my basement concrete. What type of expert can tell me if the problem is serious? How do I find someone who can give me an unbiased appraisal?
Nov 19, 2015
All concrete has cracks. The difference is if it leaking or getting worse. Call the local wterproofing or mudd jacking contractor for a site visit.
What kind of insulation is needed in the attic of my 2-story brick town house so that the 2nd floor bedrooms are as cool as the basement and 1st floor?
Jul 26, 2014
R-49 also ventilation is very important to have soffit vent as well as roof vent to keep the attic cool and dry.

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