Red Valley Landscape & Const

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Greg K.

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· Tulsa

Tulsa Renew came in with the best bid. They beat the competitors by about thirty to forty percent. One of the cool things is that each day from the site, Steve would do a video log and post exactly what the crew did for the day and what they were planning to do next on youtube. We would always know... more

David H.

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· Broken Arrow

I highly recommend Burnett for your windows. Wayne was very friendly, knowledgeable and helpful when I visited the showroom. The installation was exactly as delivered. The crew was on time and finished the job the same day as promised. The two men, both Ukrainian, who's names I forget, were very fri... more

Hank S.

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· Tulsa

Jimmy, the sales representative, was totally professional and Bobby, the project manager, was absolutely remarkable. They did the finest job in one day. Everything was completely perfect. Bobby is highly skilled and knowledgeable in what he does.

Gilbert V.

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· Oklahoma City

I'm so happy with my home!

Is adding blown in insulation a good way to eliminate ice damming and what other steps can be taken?
Jun 21, 2016
As previous answers point to adding proper insulation in the attic, it is also recommended that using a leak barrier under the roof shingles from the eave of the roof back until you reach 24 inches ab ... read more
what is the best way to keep flying insects (wasp, bees, hornets) from entering your roof eaves vents? There's screen but not small enough to keep them out.
Mar 29, 2016
Depending on the type of soffit/eave vents, it would be easiest and most cost effective to replace them with a new vent that has smaller screen material.  Most of those can be found at a local supply ... read more

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