PA Homeworks

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Jacob C.

Review of Thompson Creek Windows by

· Columbia

The two installers were very polite and courteous. They did a really good job. It was really cold the day they installed, but they worked really hard, and I was very pleased with the way they conducted themselves and did their job.


Review of Window Nation - Northern Virginia by

· Leesburg

Price is WAY too high for the quality of windows received, even after negotiating the price down by about half from $12,000. For reference we're talking a townhome with 6 windows and two sliding glass doors. Home depot/Lowes can offer the same or similarly constructed windows/doors for half. There s... more


Review of Power Home Remodeling by

· Lorton

I had an okay experience with Power Home Remodeling Group except for the installation process. Things got a little messy but after all was installed and clean, the result was of good quality.

Patrick C.

Review of Solar Energy World by

· Washington

I met the guys from Solar Energy World at a community event sponsored by a non-profit group I am affiliated with. The economics of solar seemed too good to be true, so I made the calculations myself (I am an economist). But they were right, solar will pay for itself in three and a half years; after... more

Cost to upgrade New construction windows?
Apr 17, 2016
I suggest take a look at the ProVia Endure high grade vinyl window.  Triple pane is what I sell now and has very low U-factor and air infiltration. I love their low profile slim casement window, just ... read more
Last edited Apr 17, 2016 9:12pm
How do I go about find out whether I have a mold problem?
Mar 12, 2014
Hey Scott,  I would say the best course of action would be to contact a certified mold remediation company and set up an inspection to determine if mold is present, because you never know what kind of ... read more

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