Continuum Partners, LLC

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Gabriel J.

Review of Champion Windows of Denver by

· Brighton

The quality of the product they claim to have, seems to match up with the product provided. While finishing my basment myself and working with many different companies for different areas of need, this is an enduring quality I will look for when doing business in the future!

Anna G.

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· peyton

Everyone at Holladay Grace is extremely friendly and helpful. Setting up an appointment was easy. Kurt came out answered a lot of questions and provided me with a repair estimate right away. There was no pressure to sign a contract ( had 3 different contractors giving me estimates. One was extremely... more

Donna K.

Review of Classic Homeworks by

· Denver

I was very impressed with the professionalism, attention to detail, communication, and quality of workmanship throughout my remodeling project. The quality of the remodel was noticed and reflected in a recent appraisal for a refinance. I also really appreciated the guidance in the selection of tile,... more

Richard M.

Review of Champion Windows of Colorado Springs by

· Colorado Springs

They were very professional and helpful. It was a very pleasant experience.

What is the best way to insulate the ceiling on my glassed-in porch?

Brent Roper of Ropa Roofing PRO answered:

Apr 25, 2017
Blow in, but will have to hide it with a new ceiling I believe...
Best way to caulk the seam between our backsplash and kitchen counter?
Jan 28, 2016
The trick with caulking is to spray the wet caulking with Windex and then tool it with your finger.  For "rookies" you may want to use masking tape.  Here is a YouTube video that might help, too. http ... read more

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