Windcrest Homes, Inc.

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Brenda F.

Review of All American Exteriors by

· McDonough

Hardworking, polite workers. We had siding, painting, and gutters replaced. Would recommend this company to anybody needing work on their house. Our work was done in a timely manner.

Matt M.

Review of Findlay Roofing/Roof Roof by

· Roswell

I would use these guys again, and highly recommend them. They were professional and timely, and made sure our experience was perfect.

Peter A.

Review of Weldon Home Exteriors by

· Lawrenceville

Initially I was pleased with Weldon Home Exteriors. The price was comparable to other outfits and the crew did a great job of making sure everything was installed efficiently and cleaned up each night. Overall, the siding work has been as expected. However, issues came after the install. During inst... more

Thure G.

Review of North Georgia Replacement Windows by

· Atlanta

This was their third trip to my home, and it was another outstanding job from a well-qualified team.

I had vinyl replacement windows installed three years ago in my 70 year old brick home. Could bad installation (shims?) be causing interior wood to pull away?

Christy Carpenter of EntryPoint PRO answered:

Nov 7, 2017
Hello! I'm sorry to hear that you are having issues with your windows. From viewing your photos, it appears that there is water coming from up above the window. That being said, it could have been fro ... read more
We have Thermofoil kitchen cabinets that were white but have yellowed over the last 15 years. Can you paint Thermofoil?
Oct 2, 2015
Some of our local painters have had success painting over thermafoil. Make sure you rough up the fronts a bit with a fine grit sandpaper which will help the paint adhere. Talk to your local paint stor ... read more

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