Bob Priest Homes

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Terry S.

Review of Allied Siding & Windows - Dallas by

· Waxahachie

Allied Siding & Windows performed above and beyond our expectations in a timely and professional manner. From beginning to end, we had a positive experience working with Allied.

Tracee S.

Review of Amazing Exteriors - Dallas by

· Nevada

Construction crew was great but their management pressured them into a hurried completion which resulted in oversights. Screws and nails were left on ground which could have resulted in harm. Window installation did NOT cover inside electronics and furniture appropriately.


Review of CB JENI Homes by

· North Richland Hills

The Community Sales Manager and the Construction Manager were absolutely awesome and were very responsive and pleasant to deal with. The CB Jeni management team, however, was EXTREMELY inflexible on minor changes that would not have delayed the project or incurred more costs (I was even to pay up-f... more

Joe S.

Review of Window World of Dallas/Ft. Worth by

· Lancaster

I feel everything was professionally done and I am going to order more windows from Window World.

What's the best way to test out if my roof is leaking before it rains?
Jan 10, 2017
The BEST way would be infrared image testing. Only top-tier roofing companies will have them, so may be hard to locate in rural areas. However, the technology is getting older, and the cameras that we ... read more
What should I know about installing a Rumford fireplace?
May 19, 2014
Interior chimneys are at least 4" larger in all four directions than the flue they contain. A chimney containing a 12"x12" clay flue liner must be at least 20" by 20". Combustible materials must be ke ... read more

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