Helm Street Blues

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They were outstanding. The young man who oversees the carpentry work was amazing. He was considerate and polite. He kept me informed. I can't say enough good things about him. He was unbelievable. He was such a company oriented person. He appreciated his company and talked so well about them.

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· Louisville

The product is good, but it's expensive. The sales people are a little pushy with the sell of the window. The product can sell itself. They really don't need to keep coming back to try and sell their product.

I had vinyl replacement windows installed three years ago in my 70 year old brick home. Could bad installation (shims?) be causing interior wood to pull away?

Carole Weber of Weber Windows PRO answered:

Nov 16, 2017
Cheri, Did this just happen three years after installation or could this have been there from the time of installation and you didn't notice.  Sometimes this can happen, especially on older homes that ... read more
My handyman recently shared with me that he thinks I have some structural damage in my basement from a minor flood a few years back...
May 24, 2017
I agree that you need a structural engineer. The longer you wait the more damage that could occure if it continues to move

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