Denise Ruhl Design

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Jacqueline J.

Review of Power Home Remodeling by

· Perth Amboy

Overall, my initial experience with the salesperson was pleasant. When the windows were installed, there were things that foreman did not know about so changes had to be made. Not all of the changes have been addressed yet which I am still not happy about. Overall, the product is what it is. The ene... more

Sara B.

Review of Window Nation - Delaware Valley by

· Haddonfield

We replaced a total of 18 windows with WN, in two separate jobs. Over both jobs this is our review:The contracts are vague. We discussed in particular the need to replace a currently frosted bathroom window with another frosted window. The salesperson acknowledged this multiple times. However, d... more

Michael R.

Review of Tri State LeafGuard by

· West Berlin

They were prompt and on time. They were here and back to install and done. In and out.


Review of A.J. Perri by

· Toms River

Mike and Andrew did a great job installing my new Kitchen Faucet.

I had to have foundation repair done about 10 years ago. They gave me a lifetime warantee but they are no longer in business. What can I do to fix a problem?
Aug 7, 2015
Unfortunaely when a company goes out of business you no longer have a warranty. I suggest contacting a structural engineer in your area to assess the foundation situation and make recommendations of c ... read more
I would like to paint the inside of my front door. It is already stained with a semi glossy dark stain. Can I effectively use latex paint with primer in it?
Jul 31, 2014
Most stained doors were done with oil based coatings. That means you need an oil based primer first then you can use latex paint. Latex primer will not adhere to oil based coatings. Dennis D. Gehman P ... read more

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