Town & Country Post Frame

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· Issaquah

I did not receive a call when my windows had been ordered. The critical measurements were taken in a timely manner but received no call when the windows had been ordered.. After six weeks I had to call for status and was told they had just come in.

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I am trying to decide between 2 hardie plank siding installers. One is 3000 less and has a 2 year workmanship warrant, the other has a 10 year workmanship warra

Joe Reed of Home Run Solutions PRO answered:

Apr 21, 2016
I agree with the first two comments, very good advice. Here's some other things you might to consider: You want to make sure that are able to make an apples to apples comparison with each of the estim ... read more
Last edited Apr 21, 2016 11:07pm
Can vinyl shutters be painted? We have some shutters that were black but have since become very faded.

Joe Reed of Home Run Solutions PRO answered:

Sep 2, 2015
About 6 years back we installed replacement shutters on a 1930's era home. The origonal wood shutters were painted black but had serious rot issues after years of enduring the wet conditions of the Pa ... read more

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