Franko-LaFratta Construction

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Tom W.

Review of Nu Look Home Design - Virginia by

· Manassas

They were more than willing to work with me to fit within my budget, made it easy to finance the work, and were extremely low-pressure and respectful of my time during the sales process. In addition, the work was completed quickly, and more importantly, was high quality and done right the first tim... more

C.S.H.

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· Virginia Beach

Jenkins Restoration responded to the HVAC condensate damage problem in our rental property. They responded quickly and were sensitive to the plight of our tenants during one of the hottest periods of the summer. The work was schedule and done to the my satisfaction and in stride with our tenants l... more

John M.

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· Centreville

I had minor issues that were resolved to my satisfaction and adjusted professionally. The work crews were courteous, did a great job on the installation and this crew was more skilled than others I have used in the past.

Michele B.

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· Fort Washington

My new palladium window and door looks better than when I moved in.

What are the top 3 energy efficiency upgrades I can do to my 2-story home?
Feb 19, 2014
I have yet to survey a home that didn't need additional insulation and more importantly....air sealing.  While HVAC systems are typically older in most homes that we audit, every home that I have eve ... read more
How can I protect my home from storm damage?
Feb 19, 2014
John, Surrounding trees should be trimmed back and prepared to handle the snow load. Make sure windows and doors are caulked. Clear items away from the side of the that could trap snow drifts and allo ... read more

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