Beulah-Land Exteriors

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Sandy K.

Review of American Water Damage by

· Mansfield

Jeremiah from American Water Damage was very polite, courteous, and responsive. He cleaned our carpet quickly and thoroughly. He did what he said he was going to do when he said he was going to do it.

Dale N.

Review of Champion Windows of Ft. Worth by

· Arlington

We had Champion windows installed in our house back in 2007. This installation was a steel front door. We have been real happy with our windows and our door. The windows made a tremendous difference in our electric bill. Not only is our house warmer, it cuts out outside noise. The door appears to b... more

Susan M.

Review of Lankford Roofing by

· Sherman

I talked to a lot of different roofers and the estimates were way over inflated. I felt like Kati was the only person that leveled with me as a woman. There are so many single homeowners out there that are women and they get taken advantage of but Katie was just cut and dry. She said this is how it... more

John A.

Review of Fresh Coat Painters of Denton by

· Denton

They are a fair and professional company that provide quality work. I would recommend them to others.

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.
May 21, 2014
Hi William,  Have you looked into ridge vent? Do you know how many LF your ridge is? 
What is the best way to kill and remove about 1/3 acre of poison ivy? Some of it is on the ground but it is also climbing trees.
May 19, 2014
The best way to remove the poison ivy would be to get a goat or two. A pair of goats would have the poison ivy in about a day without leaving any chemicals left behind. Keep in mind though that goats ... read more

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