Replacement Windows, Siding, Doors, and General Construction
If you live near Cutty Sark Road or just enjoy a good whisky, let The Window Man install new replacement windows in your home. This house is located in Baycliff, a Virginia Beach neighborhood in Great Neck on Cutty Sark Road—the developer of this street clearly enjoyed his daily night caps. The owners of this home, two real estate agents, know the value and benefits replacement windows add to anyone’s home. They have lived in many areas in Hampton Roads and have experienced these benefits in their other homes. This couple recently moved into this house and is making it the right place for them to spend the next years of their lives. And of course, their having new windows installed in their Virginia Beach home was a no-brainer.
“I had my son mark all the rotten places that need repair and I want to see the fixes before you install my new windows,” our customer poignantly explained, “I’ll be watching like a hawk.” ”No problem” said the Window Man “we are here to restore and fix these once beautiful windows in your Virginia Beach home down to the core.” Yes, this customer was seemingly skeptical at first, and rightfully so. He had a bad experience in the past where one of the others had simply covered areas of rot. We explained to him that magicians, we are not. “Look the other way and we will cover away,” say some of the other window magicians in Hampton Roads, “POOF…your rotten problems are gone.” Though this sleight of hand results in a pretty end picture, it doesn’t solve any problems.
You can install replacement windows in Norfolk, VA in this weather? This particular window installation off of Halprin Drive in Norfolk certainly had its difficulties. The weather here in Hampton Roads certainly has been optimal for the construction industry during the past three weeks. The almost every day deluge of rain and snow endowed us with literally a “slippery slope” on which to perform our window and sliding—I mean siding—installations. Only one word can fully sum up our experiences with the stunning Mother Nature over the past few weeks: “F-U-N, FUN.” And to boot, straight from Mother Nature’s warm heart, she was kind enough to send over a very scrutinizing scout to watch The Window Man’s every move at this Norfolk, Virginia window installation. Her name was—and I do mean was— “Snow Woman.”
This pool house in Virginia Beach had anonymous air and water leaks. Fine grains of sand are spread throughout the area by what source? "After every cleanup, they keep coming back," said the building maintenance official," and there is a water leak no one can seem to find above the bathroom." We looked around and saw nothing blatantly visual as to where to problem's sources were. Time to turn on the camera: immediately issues started showing themselves everywhere.
The mean temperature of the pool house was 85-90 degrees Fahrenheit. And up at the top of the walls. The infrared camera showed areas that were always 20-30 degrees cooler. This is a huge difference, also known as a problem.