Ramson Piro Construction

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· South Lake Tahoe

I wish Hall's Windows Center was located closer to my home in San Francisco...If Hall's were not so far away I would have them come to the City to complete my resident projects. My friends and neighbors in South Lake Tahoe have only heard me brag about the superior workmanship and friendly and ef... more

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· Santa Cruz

This was our 2nd time using System Pavers. They put in our patio 3 years ago with beautiful pavers and this time we added a similar stone path to our hot tub. The pavers matched our previous stones exactly! No on can tell that we did the projects 3 years apart. We also added areas of artificial g... more

Peter A.

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· Sacramento

The company was professional and prompt. The materials met and exceeded my expectations. The customer service was slightly lacking due to timelines not being met due to weather conditions or shortness of materials. I was surprised with their reputation with some of that.

Mr M.

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· Newark

I am a property manager here in Newark and R and M Windows has done over 20 jobs all with outstanding results.

I have a client that would like to frame, insulate & drywall over a exterior door in her kitchen. The home is in DC are there any code issues or permits req?
Jun 24, 2016
They would have to remove the door, tie in with new framing, insulate properly then drywall the area. No permits are required as long as the structure of the home is not affected. door frame is been e ... read more
Best way to detect a leak in a residential irrigation sprinkler system?
Aug 21, 2014
John I would do what Paul said but I would take an additonal step of capping the sprinkler heads where they are easy to get to with a half dozen of 1/2" PVC caps.  Then you are increasing the pressure ... read more

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