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Window Replacement reviews in Nokesville

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    Marshall Roofing Siding and Windows
    They are a very reliable company, great quality of work, very competitive pricing. I usually get multiple quotes and Marshall was the best, most responsive. most professional, knowledgeable and cost effective out of the 3 vendors I requested quotes from. James did a great job on both projects, and Nikki the service manager was very responsive and efficient.
    - ENRIQUE L.
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    Lakewood Home Builders Inc
    From the first time my wife and I met with John Stageberg, my wife and I knew we had found the right contractor for the job.  To say that the design phase of our remodel was long would be an understatement.  However, John was extremely patient with us and very accommodating. He was always there to lend input when needed and never tried to push anything on us.  He was also very conscious of our budget concerns and did his very best to keep us within it.  I can honestly say that John was the utmost pleasure to work with.  He truly made us feel as though we were dealing with a friend rather than just a business person.  He is  an extremely pleasant-natured gentlemen that we could just as easily see ourselves going out and having a beer with as having him build our dream kitchen.
    Being a do-it-yourself kind of person, I naturally wanted to try and take on some of the work.  In this case, I was in charge of the demolition phase.  Unfortunately, at one point, I had a mishap with the ceiling and a true mess was the result.   This mishap involved lots of sheet rock and insulation; neither in the places they should be.  I contacted John after the incident occurred only to get some advice on how to proceed.  I was fully expecting to make the repairs to the ceiling myself.  However, when John heard of the incident, he and his construction manager took time out their schedules the next morning to come over and repair the damage to the ceiling.  I cannot express how much this was appreciated.  This incident  was also the first time I was able to meet our construction manager, Lance Rittenhouse.  As with John, Lance was another gem to work with.  The honesty and integrity of these two gentlemen and the job they do just cannot be expressed enough.  Lance was always extremely informative and walked us through every stage of our construction.  
    I wish I could say that our construction went by without issue, but unfortunately there were some bumps along the way.  Most of the bumps were minor, a couple were a bit more serious in nature.  The more serious of the problems occurred during our cabinet installation and some poor workmanship in that regard.  However, rather than diving into the minute details of these issues, I would rather concentrate on how these issues were handled.  To me this is how a business is defined.  We are all human, nobody is perfect, and in my life I have come to realize that it is a real rarity when a project completes without issue.  Forme, it is how the issues that arise are dealt with that makes me want to do business with a company again.  EVERY issue that arose during the remodel of our kitchen was handled honestly and with professionalism from both John and Lance.  They went out of their way to ensure that everything was to my utmost satisfaction, performing the work themselves if needed.  It is this type of dedication to there work and striving for complete satisfaction that sets Lakewood Home Builders apart from the other contractor's in my area.   This is why I know exactly who I will be contacting when my next big project comes along.  Thank you, John, Lance and the rest of the Lakewood Home Builders team!   Until next time...
    - Garrett M.
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    Adam Contracting LLC
    Like many other reviewers of Adam Contracting, my initial impression of Justin was very good.  He arrived on time to review the project, seemed knowledgeable and professional.  He assured me his firm is licensed and fully insured, confirming what his web site and Angie's List advertises.  I told him on his initial visit that I would require a Certificate of Insurance from his Insurer.  He said he would provide the Certificate of Insurance with his contract.  I advised him that he would need to sign my Home Improvement Agreement which is very standard language adapted from the AIA American Institute of Architects contract documents.  Basically protecting me and my property from claims or losses resulting from his firms performance, which I require for any work performed on my property, and which no licensed and insured contractor has ever refused to sign.
    He sent me his contract, without the Insurance Certificate which I tentatively accepted by email, pending receipt of his  of proof of Insurance, and his signing of my Home Improvement Agreement.  This was now into the 3rd week after initial contact and I told him I hoped to have the work completed in the next 3 weeks.  He came by a few days later for final measurements, again with no Certificate of Insurance, bur promising he would provide it before work began.  I gave him my Home Improvement Agreement to review.  Two days later I received an email from Justin again assuring me he would provide a Certificate of Insurance when he started work, but suggesting he didn't understand the need since he has been a reputable contractor for 5 years with no problems.  though he refused to sign my Home Improvement Agreement.  Still desiring to salvage the potential of using Adam Contracting if possible, I replied with an email asking what issues he had with my agreement and that I would be open to suggestions.  He never replied. 
    The only good reason a contractor will not provide a valid certificate of liability insurance is because he is not insured.
     All it takes is a phone call for and Insurer to email or fax a copy to a perspective customer, and the only valid proof a contractor can show that he is insured.  I ended up using another contractor. also found on Angie's List, for essentially an identical cost as Adam Contracting.  They had no problem signing my Home Improvement Agreement or providing a Certificate of Insurance from their carrier.  I have nothing against Justin or Adam Contracting other than it delayed the project for a month and was a major waste of both of our time.   As a warning to other Home Owners considering hiring a contractor who will not provide valid proof of Liability Insurance, should anything go wrong, you are likely on your own.  Very few if any Home Owner policies cover contractor damage or injuries.  If anything does go wrong, it can cost you dearly.   If you think otherwise, call your Home Insurer or search "uninsured contractors" on the web for an over abundance of horror stories.  Honest, reputable licensed and "Fully insured" contractors have no problem proving they have insurance, and signing a document taking responsibility for their performance on your project.  At about $2500 to $3500 per year in this market, why any insurable contractor would not have liability insurance does not make good sense or good business.   For the record, I am not an Insurance Agent, but I do have nearly 40 years of experience in commercial / industrial contracting and construction.

    - Fred R.
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    Home Visions Inc

    The entire process - from the initial call by the salesman to the final inspection of the installed windows - was done by professionals: promptly and with courtesy - that left me with a keen sense my needs and preferences were foremost in the minds of the Home Visions team.
    The Home Visions salesman took time to go over all our options and explain to us why the windows and doors offered are the best products on the market today. I also like the fact that they are manufactured in the United States. Another Home Visions employee came by as a Quality Assurance check to re-measure the windows and ensure everything was ready to go. Since our installation was scheduled for Monday, June 10th, that Friday we were contacted to once again ensure we were ready and to let us know when the installation team would be arriving.
    The weather forecast for June 10th was for heavy and severe thunderstorms in the afternoon. A Home Visions representative called me early in the morning and gave me the option of re-scheduling but I opted to move forward since we already had all the furniture moved out of the way. The day turned out to be extremely hot and humid. But that did not deter the Home Visions team. Before starting, the foreman walked around with me and explained what they would be doing. After carefully putting down drop-cloths and ensuring none of the construction dust would get into the house, they quickly began the work. Although there were only four workers, it felt like a virtual army had descended on the house and before early afternoon, fifteen old windows had been removed and the new ones installed.
    The exceptionally skilled workmen removed the old rotten door and installed the new door. They worked with precision, speed and care. The new door was a monster: 8-foot tall with two transoms. Not only was the unit over-sized and heavy, they had to work over cherry hardwood floors ��� leaving not a scratch. The rest of the crew set about adding the outside facing to the new windows and working in the hot and humid weather.

    Around 5 PM the skies darkened and the wind picked up, yet the Home Visions team pressed on. A couple of times they had to get under the porch because the rain was coming down so hard, but as soon as the rain let up, they were working again. They did not get done until after 8 PM.

    In summary, my husband I could not be more thrilled with the work and the extraordinary customer service provided by your team. It is indeed rare in this day and age to find a company as well-run as Home Visions.
    Job well done!!!


    - Ken H.
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    Long Fence and Home
    My experience with Long Windows did not begin on a high note, but radically improved after contacting Ms. DePaola, Long's Business Development Director, to voice my concerns. Ms. DePaola and her staff to my concerns seriously and addressed them in a timely manner. The sales call went well and I look forward to my new Long Windows. I look forward and hope to be able to up my overall experience to an "A" once the windows are installed.
    - Richard & Annamarie S.
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    Thompson Creek Window Company
    The technicians arrived on time, efficiently removed the old windows, answered all my questions, and cleaned up and removed any trash.  One of the two young technicians called my attention to a tear in one of the screens which occurred during shipment.  The company immediately set up an appointment for replacement.  
    I'm impressed with the quality of my custom made basement windows.  The basement windows have a "tilt-in" cleaning feature just like windows installed in the living quarters.  One feature I especially like is the weep hole for rain; it has a cover that falls down over the hole when the rain runs out.  Another feature I like is the safety mechanism that lets you adjust the level the window will raise for security purposes. (Another company installed windows a few years back in upstairs living quarters which have a weep hole that bugs crawl in and die between screen frame and window frame so I can't ever open the windows plus I lost half my window sill that my cats liked to sit in since the windows were retrofit and I did not know this till installation was completed and all the windows were $1K each no matter what the size, even a small bathroom window).

    - brenda w.
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    Beyond Exteriors
    Beyond Exteriors came to my home and insulated my attic with Attic Cat insulation. From the inspection, they actually got in the attic to where other companies did not, and then provided a detailed proposal that was professionally done. Other companies wrote their quotes on a sheet of paper or just verbally gave a price. Beyond Exteriors was by far the most professional. Not to mention there price was very competitive as well. This company does Roofing, Siding, Windows, Gutters, Insulation and Doors. I believe they may even do some interior remodeling as well. (Kitchens, Baths? you would have to check..) Andrew is the person I dealt with for the purchase and George managed the job. His workers were very clean and spoke English. They laid drop cloths and kept my home clean! They have also done work for another friend of mine, Siding and Windows and he had the same experience. I would not hesitate to recommend!
    - Shane B.
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    Bright Innovations
    Outstanding best describes both the product and the service provided by Brighter Innovation. We had been looking for some time for a way to brighten up a very dark family room and a rather dark bathroom. I ran across an ad for ?Solartube Daylighting Systems? that appeared might solve both problems. A quick review of Angie?s List revealed that Brighter Innovation was a local dealer who came with the highest recommendations. I contacted them and Wayne Urick the owner of the company came out the next day to give me an estimate and provide recommendations on the products that would best address my problems. Wayne recommended a 14? Solartube for my Family Room and a 10?Solartube with a ventilation fan for the bathroom. He quoted me a very fair price based upon my research of Solartube products and the cost of their installation. I accepted his bid and he then surprised me by saying that he could install both units the same day if I desired. I agreed and his installer showed up a few hours later and began what turned out to be a very challenging installation. In that my Family Room is on the first floor he had to route the 14?solar tubing through 2 ceilings and a ceramic tile floor. To add to the difficulty the most direct route to my Family Room was through my Master Bath. All was accomplished in a very skillful manner and to my complete satisfaction. The Bathroom installation was a lot easier and I really liked the 10?Solartube with the ventilation add-on kit that he installed. I mentioned earlier that that Wayne?s costs were very competitive and the fact that I needed an additional 14? of solar tubing, at $35.00 a ft. to complete the Family Room installation added to my total cost. The Solartube kits only come with 4? of solar tubing. I absolutely cannot believe the difference the installation of these Solartubes has made in the lighting of the 2 rooms. It?s literally the difference between night and day. I wish I had discovered this product some time ago. In summary I can?t say enough about the product and Brighter Innovation?s professionalism from start to finish. Wayne knows his product, how to install it and above all he knows how to listen to a customer?s desires and offer recommendations when needed. I highly recommend him if you?re considering a way to brighten up your life.
    - Joseph V.
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    Cedar Shakes & Shingles Inc
    Honesty was evident from the beginning of the job when Steve told us that we did not need a new roof for our entire house. He was able to identify and explain what initially caused the rotting wood, as well as an affordable solution to fixing the roof. After determining our preferences for the replacement windows, he took measurements and returned with brochures showing a couple of styles of windows that were to our liking and in our price range. He then e-mailed a quote in a timely manner. One of the technicians subsequently returned to our house to re-check the measurements. The windows arrived within the estimated time frame. The work began immediately thereafter. Once the work was begun, it was completed without any interruptions. Our yard was cleared of tools and debris every evening. All trash was hauled. All of the Cedar Shake and Shingles employees were hardworking, took pride in their job and were extremely professional. At the end of each day we were shown what was accomplished, as well as informed what steps would be next, and asked if we had questions about any of the work. The communication was very good. The finished product is beautiful. The replacement windows are very solid and air tight. Following this project, we have not had any problem with water coming through the roof or skylights, despite some hard, windy rainstorms.
    - Jennifer W.
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    J S Jackson Construction Inc
    Dug a hole, cut concrete foundation, install a window well and a basement egress window. Highly recommended - excellent work!
    - jon a.
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