Oceanside Exteriors

Oceanside is GREEN: we recycle all materials that can be recycled and use sustainable products. Show more

Oceanside is GREEN: we recycle all materials that can be recycled and use sustainable products.

Oceanside is LOCAL: we are very aware of where our materials come from; we cut down on the energy footprint that is left behind; we use all local vendors and distributors; wood siding is purchased from local mills either in Maine or just over the border in Canada.

Oceanside is REASONABLE: all estimates are free of charge; we offer a free one hour consultation to help you decide the path you should take working on your home. We are willing to beat any reasonable price.
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Samuel A.

Review of Rite Window by

· Peabody

I am very pleased with every aspect of the installation process; the company far exceeded my expectations. If I had to do it over, I would not hesitate to hire Rite Window again.

David P.

Review of Adam Vaillancourt Roofing, LLC by

· Bedford

The Vaillancourt roofing team was well organized and professional. They were let down in my case by their supplier CertainTeed that had a very serious quality control issue with the batch of shingles used on my roof. Vaillancourt did hold the supplier responsible and I ended up with a second roof... more

Bill B.

Review of Professional Building Services by

· Danville

Ultra-professional outfit, a pleasure to deal with, and a quality product delivered.

Nancy B.

Review of Power Home Remodeling by

· Chelmsford

I had windows and roofing done. Both installations surpassed my expectations by far.

I would like to make my driveway wider, is it possible?
Oct 19, 2019
Yes - make sure you have a good base when you cut out the area to be widdened. The base is as important (if not more) than the amount of asphault you put down as a top coat.
Is a contractor responsible for returning things to their rightful state even if its out of the scope of their contract?
Dec 18, 2015
I think a combination of the below suggestion is in order. The first would be to talk with electrican and tell them you will have the security company come and fix the issue. But, also if they find th ... read more

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