Washington Landmark Construction + Development

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Review of P.J. Fitzpatrick by

· Newark

From the sales process to the communication on the progress of the windows being delivered. Through the entire installation schedule and completion this company wanted to make me happy - The best home improvement project I've ever had!!


Review of Window Nation - Greater Baltimore by

· Baltimore

The customer service at Window Nation is the only thing that tops their superior quality in products. We weren't planning on buying windows when we asked for an estimate, and after hearing what they could provide us and for the low cost, we decided to add a new front door as well to improve the stre... more


Review of Window Nation - Northern Virginia by

· Springfield

Because of our answers to 17 and 19 above, perhaps these are overly personal or too specific for us to wish to "go public" with them and we do hope that you will understand our reasoning on this matter.Thank you.Roger and Beverly Dahlin

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Review of Nu Look Home Design by

· Middle River

They're extremely quick in response, professional, and they cleaned as they went. They showed up with an entire crew and got it done in three quarters of a day or less. They're very punctual, and I think they were a half hour early.

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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