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Any thoughts on the pros & cons of replacing an old water heater with a new tankless water heater? Also, can anyone explain why the estimate given...
Cold weather should not be an issue. As long as you are dealing with a company who has a good reputation you should be fine. In Chicago we do ins...
Try Sunrise Windows. They are vinyl, but I think they offer blinds between the glass. Good Luck!
I agree, "there is nothing like a house full of quality windows." I just did mine this Feb. However, there is where I start to disagree. It has ...
I deal with vinyl on a daily basis, and know the companies you mentioned. I am not familuar with your climate, but here in the midwest we get a go...
Take a look @ www.prodigysiding.com. It is a new vinyl product made by Alside. It is awesome! It looks just like cedar, has an R5 insullation va...
You can also open the window, and look into the header, or frame of the window. The window manufacturer I prefer, Alside, puts a white warrantee s...
I agree with Piffen. From the information you have provided, it does not sound like an installation issue. It sounds like you have a bad balance ...
It is hard to answer your question without knowing your reasons for wanting new siding, where you live, other details on what is included for the p...
There is a new product on the market which is the best thing I have seen in a long time. The only drawback is that it is not available in all part...
I think the name of the part you are referring to is a “Spiral Balance.” Since you are in the Chicago area, there is a place on North Ave., near L...
Try www.alside.com. They make a soffit called Charter Oak which comes in a soft blue as well as a green. Good Luck!
It sounds like the product you are looking for might be called NailLite. I am not sure, but you should be able to find info on the web. Good Luck
Try contacting Alpine. It sounds like a seal failure, and they should be able to help you.
Ask your contractor to show you a sample of Charter Oak siding from Alside. They have a dark green (they call it Ivy, I think) which looks great, ...