Manchester Seamless Gutters

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Review of New England Design & Construction by

· Winchester

If anyone out there is hesitant about hiring the services of NEDC, don't be. David and his designers, builders, contractors, and office staff are all passionate professionals in what they do. From initial design, to shopping for bathroom fixtures and tiles, to demolition and construction, NEDC stuck... more

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· Waltham

The quality of Newpro products, installation and services is superior. I would not hesitate to use Newpro for my home renovation needs.

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Review of Precision Roofing Serv. of N.E. Inc. by

· Gloucester

I am very happy with the entire thing. They made it easy and they were professional. They surpassed my expectations and I am very happy.

Holly B.

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· Salem

We couldn't be happier with our new deck! Pete and all of his staff were extremely professional and thorough in answering all of our questions from the first meeting throughout the entire process. We were very happy with how quickly everything was done as well. Overall, a very easy and positive expe... more

what is the best way to keep flying insects (wasp, bees, hornets) from entering your roof eaves vents? There's screen but not small enough to keep them out.
The GAF Cobra vent (not the country or snow country cobra) ridge vent can help solve this problem.  It solves it because of the microwoven fiberglass makes it difficult for unwanted wind driven rain, ... read more
What are the top 3 energy efficiency upgrades I can do to my 2-story home?
Feb 18, 2014
The first thing to reduce energy is to see where it is being wasted.  An energy audit with blower door test and infared camera is the best place to start.   The list of upgrades range from adding insu ... read more

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