Justin Doyle Homes

Located in Cincinnati Ohio, Dayton Ohio, and the surrounding areas, Justin Doyle family has been building custom luxury homes and helping families realize their dreams. Since 1976, Justin Doyle Homes have been tailoring you home design to your specific needs, whether it is a floor plan you provide as inspiration or one of our own. Having completed 40 years in the business they have learned the most important principles governing the delicate decisions involved in homebuilding. They are passionate about building amazing homes that suit your lifestyle.

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Review of Accurate Carpentry by

· Blue Ash

My husband and I were very pleased with the quality of the workmanship, the attention to detail, the pleasant and professional manner that the crew used, how clean they left the work site and the positive relationship that they had with our neighborhood.

Mike B.

Review of Infinity Windows of Ohio, LLC by

· Dublin

I would have no problem recommending WindowPRO to anybody. Overall, the job was done well. They were on time, efficient and cleaned up well afterwards. I am satisfied all the way around.

James S.

Review of Champion Windows of Cincinnati by

· Erlanger

They did a very fast installation, cleaned up real good, and they were very professional.

Mark N.

Review of LeafGuard of Louisville by

· Nicholasville

I feel like I now have a high quality gutter and downspout installation that protects my home against backed up and clogged gutter/downspouts.

Is there a good way to keep my mulch from washing down my hill and into my back yard every time in rains?
Nov 10, 2015
You can install a flexible downspout extension on your downspout that is next to your front step and run it behind your bush out past your mulch to keep the water from washing your mulch away.  You ca ... read more
I have a screened in porch that I wish I used more. I was thinking about glassing it in and was wondering what my best option would be?
Jan 10, 2015
Yes, definitely check out a product from PGT Industries called Eze-Breeze.  Check it out at http://pgtezebreeze.com/

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