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· Arlington

I'm very pleased with my experience in working with both Yolanda Broadway and Jason Deering on the purchase of my home. I couldn't imagine a better team or a better buying experience.

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· Fort Worth

Professional and efficient. I was very impressed by the job management from initial contact through picking up the inevitable last nail off the ground. Even made dealing with the insurance company a breeze.

J.M.C.

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· Highland Village

I would not recommend Jenkins because the sub contractor they used to tarp my roof didn't cover it properly resulting in additional water damage inside the house. They also didn't pay the subcontractor which resulted in the sub contractor threatening to place a lien on my house even though my insura... more

Charles A.

Review of Amazing Exteriors - Dallas by

· Fort Worth

The salesperson was great. He took the time to find out what we wanted and made suggestions based on that, unlike the other companies we contacted.The installation crew took time to understand what we were trying to do and made further suggestions on how to implement what we wanted.There were a few... more

What is the average cost of a 85" x 50" Power model SL 2700 4-lite Bow Type casement replacement window, in white without a grid pattern?

Lori Boyter of RockAway Co. PRO answered:

Dec 23, 2014
About $3,500 -$4,000 trimmed out inside and out.
roof vents placed behind 4ft walls in finished attic dont do squat for ventilation. no place for soffit vents, siding is asbestos so gable vents too pricey.
May 21, 2014
Hi William,  Have you looked into ridge vent? Do you know how many LF your ridge is? 

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