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1.Power Window Repair
3335 E Pierce St
Telephone CompaniesAutomobile Repairing & Service-Equipment & SuppliesGlass-Auto, Plate, Window, Etc
They say OEM part, this is not true. The rebuilt my old part with screws and wires to make it work. I was not impressed with the service and had him stop and called someone else that put a new part in
2.Power Window Repair
2942 N 24th St
Auto Repair & Service
3.Phoenix Power Window Repair - Power Window Repair
10720 W Indian School Rd Ste 19
Automobile Body Repairing & PaintingGlass-Auto, Plate, Window, EtcAutomobile Parts, Supplies & Accessories-Wholesale & ManufacturersAuto Repair & Service
4.Phoenix Power Window Repair
8877 N 107th Ave Ste 302
Auto Repair & ServiceAutomobile Parts & SuppliesAutomobile Repairing & Service-Equipment & SuppliesUsed & Rebuilt Auto Parts
Randy was awesome - came to my home, diagnosed the problem immediately, kept me informed along the way exactly what he was doing, and gave me a very fair price for his outstanding service. I couldn't
5.The Perfectionist Home Cleaning Services
20635 N Cave Creek Rd # 1
Home Repair & MaintenanceMaid & Butler ServicesHouse CleaningJanitorial Service
Love the way you guys see the things that I don’t see. I love how the house looks now and I will be calling back for sure if ever I need some cleaning in my home again.
6.Williams The Electrician Mobile
3502 W Camelback Rd
Electric Equipment Repair & ServiceElectrical Power Systems-MaintenanceElectriciansElectric Contractors-Commercial & Industrial
We are a complete electrical service company that has been in business for many years. We have been recognized for providing outstanding services at very affordable prices. Excellent customer services
6610 W Van Buren St
Handyman ServicesDeck BuildersDoor RepairDrywall Contractors
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- Wood frames are beautiful and can be customized with paint and stains, but they also expand and contract as the weather changes. They're also susceptible to rot, mold, and pests. As such, wood frames require constant maintenance.
- Vinyl frames are far more durable than wood. They resist moisture and are usually created with ultraviolet light stabilizers. This prevents the sun from damaging the frames over time. In addition, vinyl frames can be filled with insulation.
- Aluminum frames are light and weather resistant, but they also conduct heat rapidly.
- Fiberglass frames are the sturdiest option. Like vinyl options, they can be filled with insulation. Fiberglass frames also resist weather damage and do not crack, peel, expand, contract, bend, or warp.