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Review of Champion Windows of Ft. Worth by


The fact that the product is made in America is one of the best selling points. The energy efficiency has changed our life. The ability to work with people that all work under one roof is the best part of Champion.

Beth B.

Review of CB JENI Homes by

· Frisco

Janet Evans is wonderful! There were some things that occurred throughout the process of building and without her we would have been in trouble. I highly recommend her to oversee any property done by CB JENI Homes.

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

Stacy H.

Review of Better Built Siding & Windows, LLC by

· Grapevine

We received quotes from three James Hardie Products certified installers and Better Built is who we chose for our project. Robert Guice (salesman) was personable and answered all of our questions without a strong sales pitch. Our biggest concern was knowing that the Hardie product would be installed... more

What is the best way to build shelving in the garage?

John Todd of Elite Remodeling PRO answered:

Oct 30, 2015
Visit your local Container Store, they have great closet and shelving systems.  We have a set in our Showroom and several of our customers have used them for laundry rooms and one is building their en ... 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.
May 21, 2014
Hi William,  Have you looked into ridge vent? Do you know how many LF your ridge is? 

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