David Cutler Group

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The whole experience was enjoyable. The sales rep really knew his stuff. He came in with all the bells and whistles. It was a very good sale. The installers came out, went right to work, and did an excellent job. I'd recommend them to anybody.


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James and J.P. are very responsible and talented. The repair of my brick front steps is perfect. I asked James to have someone come out ahead of time to see if the bricks that I have are in good condition and to be sure there were enough. This was not done and I did not have enough bricks so rath... more

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· North Whales

This is the second time I have used The Closet Works Inc.. I used them 17 years ago in another home, I was very pleased with their work and that is why I decided to use them again.

We wish to have a vent installed to the outside of home. Currently, the micro-wave vents smoke ect. to the inside of home.
Aug 2, 2015
In most cases we can do it. It runs about $250.00 in material and about $1000.00 in labor  But this is sight un seen  It can be vented through the floor joist system and out the house  It can be vente ... read more
Last edited Aug 2, 2015 3:03pm
What size nails are required for Structural insulated sheeting .5 inch foam board.
Jul 9, 2014
Hey C.J., The manufacturer's installation specifications should specify the type and length of fasteners that should be used with installing the 5 inch foam board.  You may want to contact the local s ... read more

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