Hannah Bartoletta Homes

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David M.

Review of US Aluminum Services by

· DeLand

This is the second project US Aluminum has done for me. Both projects involved pavers, structure and screening. Their workmanship resulted in clean inspection reports from the city and county. We are totally happy with both projects and enjoy the outdoor space.

Linda N.

Review of Absolute Aluminum by

· Bradenton

We found our experience with Absolute Aluminum a pleasure from the very beginning until the end. Nick Bowery was very patient and took time to answer all our questions, he stayed in close contact with us so that we always knew what to expect. We are very pleased with our final outcome.

Susan B.

Review of Sun-Tec Solar Energy by

· New Port Richey

We had a solar hot water heater installed four years ago and are happy with the results. The salesperson that came to the house to explain how the solar panels work was very personable and articulate. I was pleased with the employees and subcontractors.

William S.

Review of Tadlock Roofing by

· Orlando

Would not recommend, and have not recommended them to neighbors that have asked. Company was chosen by my insurance company not homeowner. Crew had lack of supervision from job foreman and project manager. Eventually did clean up part of mess, but damaged paint on house and left marks of roofing ce... more

What do you think about radiant barrier spray on coating versus foil backing radiant barrier?
Foil backed plywood is the more efficient than spray. Here is one site but many use the same figures. http://www.atticfoil.com/install-questions/paint-vs-foil.html
Can a tankless water heater be installed in my condominium?
Jun 2, 2015
Yes you can. However every condominium association has its owns rules and regulations.

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