Riviera Pools of Tampa

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· Orlando

I would not use another company for my window and door needs. FAS treated me like a person not just another customer answering all my questions about everything. I used another company for a sliding glass door before them and wished I had used FAS. I recommend them to everyone I meet looking for... more

Diego R.

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· Orlando

US Aluminum has nice people, but lacks office to crew and vise versa communication and coordination. Timeline went from 8 weeks to 14 weeks and back yard was left like a constructions site, unsafe for families and animals. Crews also need your power and water to work, this is not disclosed upon si... more


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· Port Charlotte

Superior Pools was a fantastic company to deal with! They were very professional, able to customize a pool for me just they way I wanted it, and they completed the pool extremely fast. The design process was really neat as I was able to see a 3D view of the pool project, they had tons of options... more

Katherine R.

Review of Shingle Masters Roofing & Construction Services, Inc by

· Riverview

I would not recommend Shingle Masters to a friend. Although the roofing product itself seems to be of adequate workmanship, dealing with this company was less than ideal. The office manager simply ignores communications, is not proactive when it comes to scheduling notifications and no one at the... more

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Foil backed plywood is the more efficient than spray. Here is one site but many use the same figures. http://www.atticfoil.com/install-questions/paint-vs-foil.html
My parents have 60 year old frame 1 story with full basement. Water is beginning to seap in at the floor to wall morter joint. Is there an inside fix?
Aug 31, 2015
Drylock is a product that is readily available at home depot brush corners roll walls can be applied to damp surfaces follow directions on can this should help

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