Heritage Home Carpentry, Inc.

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ARS did a good job of completing the work, but their communication was poor, and some of their detail work was not as good of quality as we would have expected.

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Review of Rite Window by

· Stoneham

Very positive experience with Rite Window. A couple of mix-ups re: timing of initial appointment for estimate but once everything was underway communication was very good, all promises were kept and the windows were ready sooner than expected. 10 windows were installed in about 1/2 day.

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Review of Power Home Remodeling by

· Seymour

I was very happy with the job and the people I worked with.

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.
The GAF Cobra vent (not the country or snow country cobra) ridge vent can help solve this problem.  It solves it because of the microwoven fiberglass makes it difficult for unwanted wind driven rain, ... read more
roof vents placed behind 4ft walls in finished attic dont do squat for ventilation. no place for soffit vents, siding is asbestos so gable vents too pricey.
Jun 13, 2014
If the space behind the knee wall is clear from end to end and you install gable end vents at each end then that would keep the eaves from freezing and causing ice dams.Make sure the knee wall is well ... read more

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