Trinity Quality Homes

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Jonathan M.

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· Shadyside

Everyone at Thompson Creek was very easy to contact, and everyone in the sales department was very helpful. Also, every part of the installation went flawlessly.

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· Alexandria

Nu Look Home Design are friendly and knowledgeable. They kept the yard nice and clean all the time. We really like the product and are satisfied with how well it works.

John T.

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· Queenstown

I don't want this survey to be complete without expressing how much we appreciate Justin Wilson. Mr. Wilson took extraordinary care of us and, we felt, even protected our interests. And, of course, this quality, plus his outstanding professionalism, reflects totally on the company whom he represe... more

William M.

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The townhouse was built so that even small details are attended with care . New technologies to make the home more efficient and floor plans that are perfect for your lifestyle. All of these features are explained and you are shown the features of your house and this provides such peace of mind. If... more

What kind of insulation is needed in the attic of my 2-story brick town house so that the 2nd floor bedrooms are as cool as the basement and 1st floor?
Insulation may not be the only thing you need.  It is also important to have air flow through the attic.  this is best accomplished by eave or soffit venting and ridgevent. According to most building ... read more
How do I go about find out whether I have a mold problem?
Feb 24, 2014
Scott, The easiest thing to do is check in the attic and look at the sheathing. If there is any mold growth, you can tread it with a proper mildewicide and make sure that the fan ducting is extended ... read more

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