Phantom Screens - Screens of Georgia

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· Sandy Springs

I would highly recommend 404-CUT-TREE to anyone! They were prompt in providing an estimate, affordable, and timely. The work was completed within an hour, everything cleaned up and debris removed. They did an excellent job and my trees look great!

Kayla S.

Review of Hilltop Pools and Spas, Inc by

· Senoia

Thank you for being so informative and for keeping me up-to-date as to when to expect someone and what was going to be completed. The staff was friendly and answered all my questions. Even though Hilltop was not the cheapest quote I received, I feel like I had quality service and that is what is m... more

Tom L.

Review of Findlay Roofing/Roof Roof by

· Lawrenceville

We are very satisfied. They are very easy to work with. I can see why Clark Howard recommends them!

Lisa M.

Review of North Georgia Replacement Windows by

· Marietta

Everyone I worked with was professional, knowledgeable, and helpful. From the beginning with Mike Cline helping me with my decision to the crew that installed the windows. I was very impressed with everyone and will use them again if I decide to replace other windows. I love my new windows!

Carpenter bees out of reach! Anything that can be done?

Zack Huston of GuildQuality PRO answered:

Sep 11, 2017
I have seen a lot of great DIY carpenter bee traps that fill up with bees. I have friends that say the traps keep them out of the house.
What are the most cost effective things I can do to improve my home's energy efficiency?
Mar 24, 2016
Windows and doors are the largest culprit in lost of energy efficiency. It may not be the cheapest option but will provide you with the largest impact.

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