David L. Scharf & Co.

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· Staten Island

I was very pleased with them and I would definitely recommend them to anyone. Their workers were very pleasant to have in my home and they cleaned up my house very nicely.

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Review of The Brothers that just do Gutters (New York) by

· Montrose

Solid work. Fixed issues we were having after heavy rains, with no surprises in price. They had to reschedule twice but were apologetic and courteous about it.

Sally W.

Review of A.J. Perri (Service) by

· Dunellen

I have used local plumbers in the past. I was not very satisfied with their work nor the price I paid them. Often they were more interested in getting me to shell out more money on another plumbing project. A.J. Perri was the BEST Plumber I ever had. I highly recommend them as professional and d... more

Kevin W.

Review of Window Nation - Delaware Valley by

· Philadelphia

I'm very impressed with their professionalism. They exceeded everything I thought they would do. I would recommend them to anyone. They were wonderful.

I just got leaf filter gutter guards, steel mesh, 2 months ago. Now that it's fall there are leaves piled up on top, stuck with rain, etc. What to do?
Nov 13, 2015
We hear this question from a lot of homeowners, and unfortunately there is no such thing as a maintenance free guard product. Although having guards can significantly decrease the maintenance, as you ... read more
Last edited Nov 13, 2015 1:20pm
What's the difference between a "replacement window" and a "new construction" window?
May 12, 2014
You can and you should replace your existing windows with new construction windows because that is the best method.  A "replacement" window is really designed for an older home where the window sashes ... read more

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