Quality Homes by AMO

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Damion R.

Review of Champion Windows of Richmond by


Th experience with Champion was a success from beginning to end. We didn't really get pressured into purchasing windows, we just went with our gut feeling and we got three surveys and Champion came out to be a good buy, and a good quality. They had good customer relations and people skills. Every on... more

Catherine D.

Review of Homefix Custom Remodeling by

· Great Falls

They were very dependable, they called and let us know any changes and they were very good to work with.

Charles G.

Review of Arocon Roofing and Construction by

· Hampstead

I was impressed with the distinctive, textured appearance in architectural shingles -- what a difference! The recommendations that was made at our initial meeting and the quality of work displayed on the roof install was top notch. I would certainly recommend Arocon Roofing and Construction to my f... more

Jose M.

Review of Thompson Creek Windows by

· Ft Washington

I had high expectations and they meet my expectations.

Can vinyl shutters be painted? We have some shutters that were black but have since become very faded.
Sep 12, 2014
Yes vinyl can be painted! My recommendation is to make sure that all of the previous paint is removed, if any exists, and that the surface is smooth and dry. Also priming and sealing is the best way t ... read more
What causes large gaps between window frames and the brick of my home? It looks like someone tried to caulk it previously, but it just pulled away again.
Sep 12, 2014
It seems like the caulk must have come loose. My recommendation is to recaulk the area and make sure that the gap is filled with insulation. Another option to look into is double expanding foam. Hope ... read more

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