Keystone Custom Homes

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Linda V.

Review of Thompson Creek Windows by

· Queenstown

I was very pleased from meeting with my salesman to completion of install. Team was very polite and took care for my plants and outdoor shrubs as well as my furniture and belongings in my house. I was impressed with their quick install of all 27 windows in one day. The Quality Assurance represent... more

C.J.B.

Review of Shiner Roofing, Siding & Windows by

· Vienna

Really topnotch work. A company that I would recommend. I'm overseas and had to find a reputable company to work with, and Shiner did not let me down. They were professional and on a quick trip back I had a chance to see the work, and I was extremely well pleased. I feel like I paid a premium pr... more

Jennifer B.

Review of Thompson Creek Windows Service by

· Sterling

I was very impressed with the no-pressure sales experience and quality of the windows I purchased. The installation team even battled bees that had burrowed into one of my window frames in order to get my windows installed. I have had three sets of installations done and every one was a great experi... more

Del S.

Review of Kay Home Improvement by

· Langhorne

They were good! We had no problems from the beginning to the end. It was a beautiful job. We are very happy with everything.

Standard electrical work or sub standard?

Mike Goldberg of RestoreCore PRO answered:

Oct 16, 2015
I agree with answer 1.  The electrician should have had his work inspected by an independant electrical inspection agency.  they would place a sticker on the panel bos.  you can also contact the inspe ... read more
What's the best way to test out if my roof is leaking before it rains?
One easy way is to simply go into the attic space and look around and see if there is any staining on the underside of the ply wood.  The most common areas are around pipe and chimney penetrations, in ... read more

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