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Review of Fick Bros. Roofing & Exterior Remodeling Company by

· Baltimore

The quality control during and after the completion of the job is an indication of the high standard that Fick Brothers sets for their employees. The technical expertise of the installers and the quality of the materials used we would recommend Fick Brothers.

Green K.

Review of Global Home Improvement by

· Linwood

Disappointed with this job. Had to stay on top of them for info regarding start and time frame for job. Once job was done found leak in seam. Fortunately was able to place a bucket to catch water before any damage was done. Contacted supervisor a week ago and have yet to get a time for someone to... more

Xifan Y.

Review of A.J. Perri (Service) by

· Edison

Technician is good, but problem is not solved.

Michael K.

Review of Window Nation - Greater Baltimore by

· Baltimore

All the employees of Windows Nation are very helpful very courteous. All work was done in a very professional way and done in less than one day I am very happy very satisfied with all the windows we had gotten for window Nation. Thanks for a great job.

What kind of insulation is needed in the attic of my 2-story brick town house so that the 2nd floor bedrooms are as cool as the basement and 1st floor?
Insulation may not be the only thing you need.  It is also important to have air flow through the attic.  this is best accomplished by eave or soffit venting and ridgevent. According to most building ... read more
Can someone provide tips on how to repair sagging gutters?
Mar 5, 2014
Sagging gutters can be an easy fix depending on the severity / condition of the existing material.  Hidden hangers in the appropriate size (5" or 6") can be used to lift up the sagging areas in order ... read more

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