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In the summer of 2010 I hired RenovAction to replace the vinyl siding that had been installed during my home’s original construction approximately thirty years ago.
I have nothing but praise for the entire process starting with the initial presentation and visual inspection which was conducted by Mr. Luc Lachapelle, the owner of RenovAction.
During this meeting the work that would be conducted was explained clearly and a detailed breakdown of the cost was provided by Mr. Lachapelle. This meeting was held in June, with work scheduled to begin in August upon delivery of the required materials.
Work began in late August and was performed by a team of two or three who expertly dismantled the old vinyl, repaired all rot damage caused as a result of leaks in the old materials and who finally installed the new vinyl. I must also commend the workers’ professionalism, work ethic and cleanliness. In addition to being technically sound, the final result was also more esthetically pleasing that the original appearance was at its prime.
Furthermore, at any point in this process, Mr. Lachapelle or his workers were always willing to answer any questions about their work in a patient and professional manner. Mr. Lachapelle was regularly onsite further enhancing my confidence in his company.
Following this work, I have found that the house heating is not required as often, and also for shorter periods of time. In addition I have found that the level of outside noise which permeates the walls has been greatly reduced.
I would not hesitate to highly recommend the services of RenovAction for any renovation work