Worthington and Shagen Custom Builde

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Frank R.

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· Claymont

They came out, sat down and talked to me about everything in general that had to be done. They were on time and called before they came out. It wasn't that long to put everything together before they came out. They did everything before the job was done. Afterwards, the guy showed me how the window... more

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· Robinsville

Home trimwork was professional and did an amazing job throughout.. I am very happy with their service their crew and I will recommend them without a doubt. very, very very happy.

Karen S.

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· White Marsh

I am very glad that I went with Solar Energy world, and I am glad I have solar energy. Brent Cotton did a great job.

Marietta B.

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· Cherry Hill

I can't sat enough good things about this company. The entire process was handled so professionally. Work was done exactly on time. Everyone one who worked on our kitchen was great, from project manager Pete to electricians, plumbers, painters, cabinet installers, countertop installers, everyone was... more

Before hiring an architect or designer for my addition, what sort of questions should I ask them?
Nov 15, 2016
* Is he Licensed with the county you planing to build the addition ? * How long he was in business ? * What type of projects he has done in the past ? Sincerely  Nicolas 
Cindy: Sorry I was gone so long...something came up, but I'm back and this time with photos of the arch window!
Mar 21, 2015
Cindy/Linda - Looks like a seal failure to me, which may be covered under a manufacturer warranty for the glass but probably not the labor to install it.  From the unused replacement grille holes in t ... read more

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