Bullseye Construction

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Brenda W.

Review of Ultimate Exteriors of Colorado Inc by

· Denver

We felt very comfortable with Dan and Don after our walk-through with them, and happily for us, their quote came in very competitively with the others we got. In addition to siding, they put in new gutters and new windows for us. They were able to start the work even earlier than planned, and commu... more

Mel C.

Review of Champion Windows of Denver by

· Arvada

We were pleased with the timeliness and the quality of work of everyone associated with the sale, scheduling and installation of our windows and doors. The 17 windows that we replaced are all high quality and well installed. We have noticed a great improvement in reduction in sound and coldness co... more

Stephanie C.

Review of Interstate Roofing, Inc. by

· Aurora

Chris Hei, te Salesperson, was an outstanding representative of the company. He would answer every phone call, and he was just perfect. I would use them in a heart beat again. They did an outstanding job, and it unbelievable.

John C.

Review of Gravina's Window Center of Littleton by

· Aurora

Best company ever, they have replaced every window and most interior doors over the last 7 years

What should I do if a tree has started to lose its bark?

Brent Roper of Ropa Roofing PRO answered:

May 2, 2017
Consider what the tree is worth compared to similar trees around it. Sometimes it's best to cut down and eliminate disease spreading...
Gardenias with yellow leaves: Our gardenias leaves are starting to rapidly yellow. Any ideas what might be wrong?

Brent Roper of Ropa Roofing PRO answered:

Apr 25, 2017
sounds like too much water.  Pine straw has acidity in it and helps transfer the nutrients properly to acid loving plants.  Fertilizer could also be needed.  Plant nutrient deficiencies vary and somet ... read more

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