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 ... Show more

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. Hide

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Review of Accurate Carpentry by

· Cincinnati

Dwayne, Kindra, and their entire staff were excellent to work with - very courteous, professional, and quality-minded.

Jake C.

Review of Champion Windows of Cincinnati by

· Morrow

It's been a pretty pleasant experience.

Sherry K.

Review of Aztec Homes Inc - Fiber Cement Siding by

· Carmel

I LOVE the look and quality of my new exterior. Compared to other quotes I received, this was a great value for the quality. From the sales people, color consultant, labored workers to the painter. Everyone was very helpful and did quality work. They were willing to make sure any major or minor... more

Elizabeth C.

Review of Bone Dry Roofing by

· Indianapolis

Very easy to work with and helpful throughout the whole process!

I had an 8x10 porch built which covers my back door and kitchen windows. Does this qualify as an Energy Efficiency Improvement by IRS standards?
Mar 30, 2015
http://www.houselogic.com/home-advice/tax-credits/how-to-collect-tax-energy-credits/ I do not believe that would qualify. Only the materials qaulifies for the credit.
black spots on the roof. can you tell me what is the cause of this? have lived in this house 12 years and have had no problems. what can you do to clean this?
Oct 13, 2014
Using the information you have provided and not visually inspecting the roof, the black spots on your roof are more than likely algae.  Most shingle manufacturers use copper or zinc coated granules t ... read more
Last edited Oct 13, 2014 3:27pm

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