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Review of Red Carpet Remodeling by

· Centreville

Things you did right: 1) Good credit options; 2) job done on time; 3) communicated well with us before doing the job and after the first pouring; 4) crew left grass seed after using our dirt for the concrete; 5) the company handled the HOA well and the process was smooth; 6) we are left believing th... more

Albert B.

Review of Champion Windows of Richmond by

· Fredericksburg

The Champion installation crew arrived on time, worked quickly, and did an exceptional job installing the 14 windows in my home. There was no mess left behind and the windows look great from the inside and outside.

James E.

Review of Exterior Source by

· Suffolk

I'm very pleased with their work.

Ken A.

Review of FRED Home Improvement by

· Washington

The guys who actually did the work were terrific. The design was good too. But the project management was horrible. A significant expected value, justifying the high price, was that once we agreed on the design/materials/price/schedule, was that my wife and I could go about our business and FRED... more

What can be done to remedy a home with issues related to an EIFS stucco system? Can you re-do the front of the house with another material (i.e. Stone, etc)
Sep 24, 2014
+1 to Jeffrey's answer below.  Most of the observed deficiences that we see in EIFS are the result of poor installation and flashing details.  Almost all the push off failures that are seen now are t ... read more
is it ok to put up foam board sheeting on the exterior of the house with 1 inch capped nails
Aug 15, 2014
In a word...yes. As Katie mentioned, you need an appropriate length fastener and a cap nail is ideal. What you haven't mentioned is what the wall depth is as well as climate.  If you have 2x6 walls, 1 ... read more

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