Home Pro Remodeling

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MATTHEW W.

Review of Thompson Creek Windows by

· SPRINGFIELD

Overall I am very satisfied with my windows from Thompson Creek. It has helped greatly with the interior environment in my home. Your salesperson was the only one from any of the companies we looked at for windows to actually make suggestions different to what we thought we wanted or asked for and... more

Andrew M.

Review of Exterior Source by

· Portsmouth

In the estimate, I was not given the 60% off the labor price and was not given the Free $60 Restaurant.com Gift Card with my Estimate. The labor price and the material price are not separate on the estimate sheet, so how does one know what 60% of labor is???? When you list it only as a Total Reta... more

Nancy Q.

Review of Window Depot USA of Richmond by

· Richmond

I had six windows installed. I was completely satisfied with the whole process from the initial of getting the windows measured to the actual installation of the windows. Frank is an honest man, his company is very professional and they do an excellent job. The installers and staff are very cust... more

David P.

Review of Thompson Creek Windows Service by

· Falls Church

Poor design of the handle of my door caused the issue but it was explained and fixed -- with a new design -- by James.

Can we fix the interior of a "bow-shaped" window or do we have to hire someone to remove and replace it?

Bruce Wiegan of BNW Builders PRO answered:

Apr 18, 2015
Photos would be needed to give acurate solutions. Sorry.
What's the difference between a "replacement window" and a "new construction" window?
Feb 19, 2014
Big +1 to Abe's feedback. He is 100% right on the differences. Inserts can be done very effectively with no weak links in the system in a vast majority of the cases.  Where it really pays dividends to ... read more

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