Universal Restoration Systems, Inc.

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Andreas K.

Review of P.J. Fitzpatrick by

· Chadds Ford

P.J. Fitzpatrick's staff was on time and met the appointment. The staff and the work were both very professional. All of the work preformed was at the highest level. The environment was clean and after the job was complete it was all cleaned very thoroughly.

Sidney K.

Review of Window Nation - Greater Baltimore by

· Baltimore

No one made me aware of the sale that they had going at the time, so I was very disappointed.

Timothy G.

Review of Power Home Remodeling by

· Baltimore

They came in and did a wonderful job. They communicated with us. Everything was fine.

John K.

Review of A.J. Perri (Service) by

· Lakewood

I will never use your company again. your technician never fully assessed the issue with my furnace and told me my inducer motor was bad and would cost $1200 to fix and promptly recommended a sales person to discuss the option of a new system. the sales person quoted me $6,500 without even getting... 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)
Many of the EIFS issues we see are related to improper flashing, etc.  These types of issues can be repaired by removing EIFS in affect area installing PROPER flashing as patching EIFS.  Done by a pro ... read more
wondering if there's a product out there that one can spray on the inside of an exterior wall on a wood basement to waterproof?
Jun 10, 2014
I don't recall where I saw it, but there is a product (similar to door & window flash, but wider) that goes on the plywood, along with a primer. You would need to start the application down at the ... read more

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