Continental Custom Homes

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Patrick K.

Review of Champion Windows of Seattle by

· Seattle

High pressure sales tactics and roof sales representative not as knowledgeable as I expected when it came to what kind of roof venting system would be best for my situation in this 95 year old house. Initial bid was higher by over $2,000 than the local competition for the same type of work that was... more

Beverly M.

Review of Coddington Construction Inc. by

· Seattle

They were very professional and kind. When the weather permitted, they got their work done.

Jenni B.

Review of System Pavers by

· Issaquah

Professional, knowledgeable, and efficient. Great experience all around.

Tom M.

Review of Washington Energy Services by

· Stanwood

Very professional, courteous and clean. They did a phenomenal job of cleaning up the work area. The inspector who came to approve the installation was very impressed with the quality of work and passed the inspection with no issues what-so-ever. I will absolutely use them again, probably sooner t... more

I am trying to decide between 2 hardie plank siding installers. One is 3000 less and has a 2 year workmanship warrant, the other has a 10 year workmanship warra

Joe Reed of Home Run Solutions PRO answered:

Apr 21, 2016
I agree with the first two comments, very good advice. Here's some other things you might to consider: You want to make sure that are able to make an apples to apples comparison with each of the estim ... read more
Last edited Apr 21, 2016 11:07pm
Are galvanized nails supposed to be used when nailing studs in a pressure treated sill plate on a slab? or is 3 inch smooth framing nails code?
Jun 8, 2014
The correct nail to be used is a Hot dipped galvanized nail. Nail diameter and size are different on all applications . A regular galvanized nail is only electo galvanized meaning as soon as the drive ... read more

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