Windham Construction

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Sarah G.

Review of Home Exterior Systems, LLC by

· Sugar Land

We would use them again. It was a great experience. We've used them on our house and rental property. They're a great company to do business with. They were easy to work with and did what they were supposed to when they said they were going to do it. I would refer them to people needing those servi... more

Jean M.

Review of Renaissance Windows & Doors by

· Houston

Excellent company.

Bernice S.

Review of Quality Home Products of Texas - Multi Products by

· Magnolia

I was very pleased with the presentation and the installation. Everyone was very professional but friendly and I am very very pleased with the quality of my water now.

Jenny H.

Review of Rose Roofing, Inc. by

· Houston

No communication. The workers cut corners. They didn't remove the old roof pallet, they just installed the new one on top of the old one. They didn't complete the work. Between the roof and the siding, they left an open space and then told me that it was done. They just left and we were expecting th... more

What are the top 3 energy efficiency upgrades I can do to my 2-story home?

Josh Way of Jarrett Industries PRO answered:

Aug 11, 2016
Step one, if you have siding use a insulated vinyl siding with silica gel. Replace your windows with a double or triple insulated window system. And third your doors are very important. When you do re ... read more
We live in Columbus Ohio. Do I need a concrete base for a hot tub? The tub will be7'x7'. How important is it to have 220v. ?

Josh Buzzell of Regal Pools PRO answered:

Mar 30, 2015
Yes you really should. With freezing temps, frost, and the funny movement of the earth and setteling its best to just do it right the first time. Pour a 4" slab with some 18" OC Rebar (18" on center). ... read more

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