Lina Franco Attorney

Lina Franco Attorney

Lina Franco Attorney

Lina Franco Attorney would be an advocate, supporter, advisor, and specialist to the clients you signify. She works at Lucha Por Tus Derechos (Fight for your rights) as an Employee from March 2012 to till the present time. She has well experienced in all phases of growth or lawsuits in federal court on behalf of a variety of people. She is highly cognizant of the fact that no two employment law cases are the same, and therefore no twoclient case strategies should be the same.

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Eugene F.

Review of Power Home Remodeling by

· Bordentown

The job went smooth. The installation went quick and they cleaned up the site very well. The staff were very professional. The experience met my expectations. I have happy with how the roof looks. It has been on for two months and still looks great. Eugene F.

Casella K.

Review of Global Home Improvement by

· Mullica Hill

Very organized company. All the staff were friendly and courteous. A little pricey, but isn't nowadays. We'll have see how the windows and workmanship hold up through the years. A good company will stand behind their work and products and I hope this is the case with Global Home Improvement.

Sheetal J.

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· Mt Arlington

They lived up the commitment in what they had said.

Juan G.

Review of Nu Look Home Design by

· Philadelphia

I am happy w/ the Alside Bay window and the way it looks on my house. The installation crew did a fine job and were very clean. I only had one minor issue afterwards that Nu Look and the installers fixed within 3 weeks of installation. However, the following are some major issues that did not give m... more

what is the best way to keep flying insects (wasp, bees, hornets) from entering your roof eaves vents? There's screen but not small enough to keep them out.

Gladys Meyer answered:

Sep 20, 2018
This is very effective.
What is the best way to install 30" high x 72" wide x 5/8 thick double pane fixed glass in vertical wall on roof. I am replacing "cloudy"existing ones
Feb 16, 2015
Glenn- I agree with my colleagues that you should hire a professional to do this.  Contact the manufacturer and see if they will install the glass, what the cost is, and how long the installation warr ... read more

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