Barry L. Williams Builder LLC

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Clarence T.

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· Richmond

I was very pleased with the work that was done by Exterior Source. They were punctual, tidied up the area, and answered any questions that I had. Any concerns that I had were resolved without hesitation. I highly recommend Exterior Source and I would not hesitate to call them again.

Eric K.

Review of Jenkins Restorations - Richmond by

· Henrico

Nice people and good workmanship. My only problem was the scheduling. What was originally said to be a 3-day job became over a 2-week job. I know there are some surprises and conflicting schedules in this trade, but the dates kept changing making it difficult to schedule around.

Dan E.

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· Fredericksburg

From the beginning the owner stated his company not only builds but builds relationships. No truer statement could be made. Each contact we had with the staff was enjoyable. We felt like we were being listened to and had the full attention of the person we were dealing with. We have found a life... more

Kent P.

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· Richmond

Greg Paul and his crew at Lone Star provide a high quality work product with exceptional customer service. I have used Lone Star for several home improvement projects and look forward to working with them again in the future.

I see a lot of these fireplace inserts in tv cabinets, there are very manydifferent types. Is there anyway to figure out which ones are better.
Dec 2, 2015
We have installed two SimpliFire electric fireplaces.  One was in built in cabinetry with shelves on both sides and the other one was in a fireplace.  They are very efficient to run and put out great ... read more
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What are the most cost effective things I can do to improve my home's energy efficiency?

Bruce Wiegan of BNW Builders PRO answered:

Apr 18, 2015
Make sure that your attic is properly insulated.  Make sure the seals around all windows and doors are in good shape.  If you can see daylight air is entering and leaving as well.

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