Lexington Partners, Inc.

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The windows at Champion Windows are nice, but the people who installed the windows are very unprofessional, scratched my furniture and left a mess. The blade was so long that it went through the wall that it knocked chunks of plaster off the wall on the inside of the house.

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Given a remodeling project in a challenging space in our home, DiFabion Remodeling very patiently worked with us to arrive at a design and scope of changes that were affordable and met the objectives that we had laid out for the project. I am very pleased with the results, and with Mike and his tea... more

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I would recommend them to anyone. They are very professional and courteous

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Spangler provides professional customer service and timely repairs.

We would like to have a window at Steps to get more lighting in our one year old house. How much does it cost?

Tara Taylor of Crown Builders PRO answered:

Mar 14, 2017
The best way to get a confirmed price is to look up window installation companies on your local BBB web site.  
I have trim boards to install that will cap over exposed block foundation. What ways should I attach these? They will be primed and painted when installed.

Todd Usher of Addison Homes PRO answered:

Jul 28, 2016
I would suggest construction adhesive which will attach the trim boards while also providing a capillary break between the block and the trim board so that moisture does not wick into the trim boards. ... read more

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