Capital Kitchen & Bath

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I am very satisfied with them.

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Like so many, I wish I had gone with Leafguard when I first had gutters installed. They are well worth the money because they are: 'put them up and forget them'. Top quality materials. Love the large downspouts with the peek hole. :-) It's an investment in maintaining your home. Highly reco... more

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My experience with Paul Kowalski Builders on two projects has been outstanding. Their focus on getting the job done correctly as a first priority throughout the project delivers a very high quality job. They have the resources readily available to resolve the unexpected problems in a timely manner w... more

i just had all the windows replaced in my home, why am i getting moisture on the inside of some of the windows and puddles on the window sills?

Tara Taylor of Crown Builders PRO answered:

Mar 14, 2017
Yes, we agree with other answers.  Common household condensation, or "sweating" on windows is caused by excess humidity or water vapor in a home. When this water vapor in the air comes in contact with ... read more
What is the temperature range for installing roof shingles
Dec 14, 2016
I would recommend not less than 40 degrees. If the shingles are a dark color in direct sunlight they will seal in one day from the solar radiance from the sun even if temps are low. 

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