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You can call, e-mail or fill out a form online to let us know that you are interested in receiving an estimate. We will set up a date and time to come by to meet with you ( our estimates are scheduled Monday through Friday between the hours of 9am – 5pm).Should you need a later time, please let us know and we will work to accommodate that. We handle the majority of our estimates with a 2-appointment process. This gives us time to put together a detailed custom proposal for your project. During the initial appointment, we will ask some questions, talk to you for a few minutes to know any particular idea of what you have in mind and take the necessary measurements. When we come back for the second appointment, we will go over our proposal and the options that we can provide for your project. We will answer any questions you may have. All of our estimates are fair and competitive.

Before your window installation you should remove all window coverings and clear a roughly three feet area around the windows on the interior of the home. .WHAT TYPE OF WARRANTY DO YOU OFFER ON YOUR INSTALLATION? All of our windows will come with manufactures warranty as well as a workmanship warranty from Full Circle Exterior Solutions.

Gutters are an essential part of the home. The main function of a gutter system is to keep water away from the exterior and foundation of the house, as it falls off the roof. Gutters help protect your siding, wood window frames, and foundation from erosion and water damage.

The answer depends on the condition of your roof. In many cases, what looked like severe roofing damage might actually be just minor damage that could be fixed within hours. We do recommend having a capable roofing contractor like us inspect your roof should you find a leak. The longer you keep them unaddressed, the bigger and more expensive the roofing problem could get.