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Marie P.

Review of P.J. Fitzpatrick by

· Glenolden

I was satisfied with P.J. Fitzpatrick. Their work ethic was good, and the installers were very polite and very helpful. I was also happy with the representative that came to my home. I was satisfied with everyone.

John E.

Review of Global Home Improvement by

· Yardley

We contracted with Global Home Improvement to complete a large exterior home renovation that included new windows, new garage doors and a new front door and . It also included removal of stucco, necessary repairs to the rotted plywood beneath the stucco, refinishing the exterior of the home with ha... more

Bob R.

Review of Mid-Atlantic Waterproofing by

· Taylor

I feel that the work was done well. I don't have any problems with water in my basement now, I am pleased with everything.


Review of A.J. Perri by

· Hillsborough

Tech's are component on systems & are neat in workmanship.There in house aid's are also there when you need help either from clerical or Supervisors especially @ arriving to a favorable approach to a customers needs.

We would like to have a window at Steps to get more lighting in our one year old house. How much does it cost?
Dec 7, 2016
There are a lot of questions that would need to be answered. Here are just a few: 1. What is the size of the window you are looking for.  2. What type of material- vinyl, wood, fiberglass? 3. what sty ... read more
I would like to paint the inside of my front door. It is already stained with a semi glossy dark stain. Can I effectively use latex paint with primer in it?
Jul 31, 2014
Most stained doors were done with oil based coatings. That means you need an oil based primer first then you can use latex paint. Latex primer will not adhere to oil based coatings. Dennis D. Gehman P ... read more

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