Jeremy Rutenberg & Assoc.

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Java F.

Review of Weldon Home Exteriors by

· Lawrenceville

Lee has excellent follow up and maintains an open line of communication. He communicates how the job will be done and gives an accurate schedule. His crew maintained a clean website and was very professional. I received a fair price and value for my siding replacement and house paint job. I am ple... more

John T.

Review of Total Roof Solutions by

· Peachtree City

My shingle replacement came via hail storm damage. TRS met with my insurance company adjuster (ON THE ROOF) to determine damage. TRS then took the adjuster's information and planned the entire job, including permits, code required up-charges and product delivery. The crew did a great job repairing d... more

Christine D.

Review of Champion Windows of Atlanta by

· Atlanta

They did a great job and I recommend anyone to go to them. The job and the workers were very professional.

Lori L.

Review of Hullco by

· Chattanooga

You will not regret going with Hullco. You may pay more than going with DIY projects or other contractors, but the quality of material, windows, doors, and professionals are worth it! In two days, the Hullco crew replaced 7 windows and 2 doors -- all from poor quality and poor workmanship -- and m... more

What is the best way to get latex paint out of carpet?
Jan 14, 2015
Hello Zack, As a painting company with a few thousand interior painting projects under our belt we've had a couple drops of paint on carpeting over the years. We take two courses of action: 1. We star ... read more
What are the most cost effective things I can do to improve my home's energy efficiency?

Nathan Harris answered:

Feb 17, 2014
You can also look into programmable thermostats!

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