Kemp Land Company

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Gregory and all of the staff at Rocha & Son have been amazing! They are very professional, and do their best to keep the home as clean and dust-free as possible. There have been several unexpected changes to the project along the way, and they have always kept me informed and kept the project movin... more

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How do I stop cold drafts coming in from 2 skylights?
Jan 31, 2017
First make sure there is weather stripping between the skylight frame and the curb, assuming this is a curb mount. sometimes there is not a seal inserted at that joint. If that is not an issue, then y ... read more
i just had all the windows replaced in my home, why am i getting moisture on the inside of some of the windows and puddles on the window sills?
Jan 3, 2017
Condensation from the differential temperature is of course on answer.  The other and more concerning is the furnace or force air unit (FAU).  I would recommend contacting a licenced heating contracto ... read more

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