Three Oaks Homes LLC

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Judy A.

Review of Champion Windows of San Antonio by

· San Antonio

The work is good. The quality of the materials is good. The materials that are used are quality. It's recognizable from the street. When I drive past other houses, I can see how poorly their siding has been done. The insets on my siding allow for a nice tapered look on my house. It's expensive, but... more

Sherri T.

Review of Champion Windows of Austin by

· Austin

Champion Windows of Austin is the only champion I would use. They give you quality and energy efficient products. It's the best bang for your buck.

Cathy S.

Review of Southwest Exteriors by

· San Antonio

I needed to replace the front and rear doors of my home. Due to foundation issues, the doors were still difficult to open even after the foundation repair. Ryan listened to the issues and fully explained how the job would be performed to guarantee the issue would be resolved. He gave me multiple... more

Andrew H.

Review of Austin Pro Siding & Windows by

· Austin

Paul and his crew were great to work with. We had all 13 windows in our house replaced and are very happy with the end result. Siding is next, and Paul's company is definitely at the top of our list.

I have a waterless water tank supplied with gas. I want a water softener. Who would I call to purchase and install. Thanks
Sep 13, 2017
We use Culligan for our house and they install.  Hiring a plumber is not necessary.
What are the top 3 energy efficiency upgrades I can do to my 2-story home?

Josh Way of Jarrett Industries PRO answered:

Aug 11, 2016
Step one, if you have siding use a insulated vinyl siding with silica gel. Replace your windows with a double or triple insulated window system. And third your doors are very important. When you do re ... read more

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