Lawrence Murr Inc

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I have a home built 1956 with original aluminum crank out picture window that I'd like painted to match my brown gutters.

Nilza Jackson of WCI Group Inc. PRO answered:

Jul 17, 2015
Aluminum windows are not energy efficient and they are noisy.  If the window is more than 10 years old, replace it with an energy star rated vinyl window that has bronze outside/white inside.  It will ... read more
howlong does it take to get a permit and inspection on an installalation of walkintub

Nilza Jackson of WCI Group Inc. PRO answered:

Jul 17, 2015
It depends.  Your contractor has to get the permiting office's approval and if your space doesn't meet code, he/she must request a variance.  Permiting can take a few hours, days and sometimes weeks.. ... read more

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