Heritage Construction

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Kim H.

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· Randallstown

I am very pleased with Nu Look Home Design's high quality work and professionalism as well as their workmanship. I would strongly recommend them to friends and family.

Jeff W.

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· KENSINGTON

Commitment to Customer Service. Responsive. Professional. Courteous. Timely. Friendly. Efficient. Oh, and they honor their commitment to their claim of a lifetime warranty without any making excuses to avoid it. Just love these folks!

Ralph S.

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· Hyattsville

My overall experience with Thompson Creek was excellent. The installers came on time, were very professional, cleaned up after themselves, and got the work done quickly. They walked through the project with me, and that was wonderful.

Sherri D.

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· Gilbertsville

They need to be responsible for their work before and after the job. I now have drywall and stucco issues. The house is nineteen years and I didn't have the cracks before the installation of the roof.

What are some important questions one should ask a contractor when doing a remodel for the first time and what are some important signs to look out for?
Any honest contractor will provide you with copies of their State Licenses and Insurance so you can verify them. If they don't ask - if they hesitate - RUN! 
Is it normal for new gutters to "snap" as they cool down in the evening?
Jun 18, 2015
Can't say I've ever heard them doing it when they cool down, but when the sun hits them in the morning, it can happen. If they're mounted to an aluminum facia, that can also transfer noise when expand ... read more

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