Jerry Harris Remodeling

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John C.

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· Midlothian

We've now had 3 separate jobs performed by the company. Each experience was the same and over all very satisfied with the quality of the work performed, craftsmanship and timeliness of the jobs. I would have no problem recommending them to a friend or family member. Great value.

Don D.

Review of Exterior Source by

· Portsmouth

The only problem I had with Exterior Source was that I waited four to six weeks before they were able to get to me. During those four to six weeks I had no communication with anyone from the company and I started to wonder if the company really existed. Shortly after the sale was made Chase had info... more

Warren B.

Review of Long Roofing by

· Lexington Park

I was very satisfied! We weren't sure how everything would happen and how fast. It happened much more quickly that we thought! Once it started, it went like clockwork. The shipment came on Friday, they started to work on Monday, and it went extremely well. The gutter people came behind them the foll... more

Karen K.

Review of Quality Advantage Home Products Inc. by

· Williamsburg

The only thing I was not thrilled, that there was no breakdown of price in the quote and it was a little time share. It was like take the quote now or you won't get another price. There was no time to compare but the workmanship was excellent.

What are the most cost effective things I can do to improve my home's energy efficiency?

Bruce Wiegan of BNW Builders PRO answered:

Apr 18, 2015
Make sure that your attic is properly insulated.  Make sure the seals around all windows and doors are in good shape.  If you can see daylight air is entering and leaving as well.
What is the best way to install 30" high x 72" wide x 5/8 thick double pane fixed glass in vertical wall on roof. I am replacing "cloudy"existing ones

Bruce Wiegan of BNW Builders PRO answered:

Apr 18, 2015
Is this a skylight or window application?  Do you have any photos to share?

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