C.M. Wright Construction

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Exceptional customer service. Marion took the time to share with me different window styles and window specifications (designed to keep noise and air out). I was able to make a sound decision to purchase windows to meet my need. Not only was I receiving new windows I came away with a great deal of... more

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· Lutherville Timonium

We are extremely impressed with the quality of the windows that Thompson Creek installed. The crew that did the installation did a fantastic job. We could certainly tell that they had a high level of experience which was important to us.

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· Baltimore

We had a frustrating problem with an overhang that will eventually require much more work and money though in the mean time we needed a solution that we could have done while we are considering the long term options which may include totally removing this soffit. Paul came out, looked it over and w... more

Our new home does not have insulation or sound proofing between floors. Can we fix this now?
Dec 10, 2015
If you don't want to loose ceiling height, you will need to remove the celing covering to gain access to the floor joist cavities. A product we've had great sucess with is Roxul (http://www.roxul.com ... read more
How do I go about find out whether I have a mold problem?
Feb 24, 2014
Scott, The easiest thing to do is check in the attic and look at the sheathing. If there is any mold growth, you can tread it with a proper mildewicide and make sure that the fan ducting is extended ... read more

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