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Montgomery County, PA Roofing Contractors

Monday, March 17th, 2014

New Roofs and Emergency Roof Repairs /
Roofing Contractors, Replacement Windows and Vinyl Siding

Montgomery County, PA

New Look Roofing Contractors

Friday, January 24th, 2014

The extreme weather events have caused damage to many area roofs.  New Look Roofing contractors performs roof repairs and new roofs in the Montgomery County, PA region.

New Look Roofing is a full service roofing company, built on experience. Every home owner is treated with a “personal touch” that comes from our dedicated staff. We are fortunate to have had the opportunity to serve our customers and community for over thirty years. We provide complete roofing services for residential and commercial projects throughout Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Delaware, Bucks County, Montgomery County, Philadelphia, PA and more.

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Service Area:
Montgomery County, PA — Abington, Ambler, Bala Cynwyd, Huntingdon Valley, Cheltenham, Dresher, Flourtown, Fort Washington, Gladwyne, Glenside, Hatboro, Horsham, Jenkintown, Oreland, King Of Prussia, Blue Bell, Conshohocken, Gwynedd, Gwynedd Valley, North Wales, Lansdale, Oaks, Plymouth Meeting, Valley Forge
Bucks County, PA — Chalfont, Warrington, Warminster, Southampton, Bensalem, Washington Crossing, Doylestown, Holland, Richboro, Newtown, Churchville, Landhorne, Ivyland, Furlong, New Hope, Newtown Grant, Yardley, Feasterville, Jamison

Save On Your Energy Bill

Monday, September 9th, 2013

Inefficient windows are a major energy drain. New replacement windows can substantially reduce your energy bill. The benefits of vinyl replacement windows include no painting, peeling or rotting. Benefits of wood replacement windows include the ability to match existing colors, as well as, custom fit to any size opening.

New Look Builders installs Harvey windows — the leading manufacturer of insulating windows in the Northeast. Whether it be vinyl replacement windows, wood replacement windows, or new construction wood or vinyl windows, we have something that will work for you.

Our windows are custom-sized to fit virtually any opening and offer a vast array of options to compliment the style of your home. See our popular Bay & Bow Windows, Picture Windows, Casement Windows, Double Hung Windows, and our Tribute brand thermal window.

Energy Efficiency
One of the most important features of a thermal window is its glazing system. A major component of the unit’s overall thermal energy efficiency. Products with “clear” glass are the least efficient, while those with Low-E are much more thermally effective. The better performing windows are those using Low-E glass with Argon or Krypton gas. With this glazing, all Harvey vinyl windows are ENERGY STAR qualified. At Harvey we have several different energy efficiency options that will help keep you comfortable and your energy costs down.
Energy Efficient Glazing Featuring PPG Intercept

Harvey windows and patio doors feature the PPG Intercept “Warm-Edge” spacer system. Intercept is a unique, seamless coated steel U-channel system developed by PPG Industries which is located at the point of contact where the glass is sealed to the window frame. The U-channel spacer bar is manufactured as one continuous piece, providing excellent structural integrity and superior thermal performance. PPG Intercept “Warm-Edge” technology also provides 10% warmer indoor glass edge temperatures and outstanding argon gas retention, a higher R-value, and excellent condensation resistance.

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Extreme Weather And Your Roof

Monday, July 8th, 2013

The increase in extreme weather events have caused damage to many roofs throughout Montgomery and Bucks Counties. New Look Roofing has been installing and repairing roofs for over 30 years.

New Look Roofing offers the best roofing warranty available — a lifetime transferable warranty backed by GAF for labor and materials on all shingle products.

New Look Roofing is a full service roofing company, built on experience. Every home owner is treated with a “personal touch” that comes from our dedicated staff. We are fortunate to have had the opportunity to serve our customers and community for over thirty years. We provide complete roofing services for residential and commercial projects throughout Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Delaware, Bucks County, Montgomery County, Philadelphia, PA and more.

Our focus has always been and still remains on the needs of our customers. We believe in providing all the necessary information available so that interested consumers can make an informed decision when it comes to purchasing a roofing or siding system for their home or business.

We believe that quality roofing craftsmanship and design are just the beginning in installing a successful roofing system. We go beyond the basics with our innovative roofing maintenance programs, extended warranties and great customer service, ensuring our customers’ satisfaction and their roof’s long term performance.

Our goal is simple and straight forward. We want our customers to be 100% satisfied, 100% of the time. We also want our customers to enjoy a stress free experience while we deliver peace of mind for a lifetime. We’re proud to have a long list of satisfied customers and pride ourselves on the long-term relationship with our clients. References available from your neighbors and friends, just ask.

New Look Roofing: Built on experience, growing by reputation!

Another Bad Montgomery County Police Officer

Friday, May 18th, 2012

Former Montgomery Co. police officer accused of stealing weapons, drug evidence and cash; using informants to purchase drugs for his personal use

HARRISBURG, PA — Agents from the Attorney General’s Bureau of Criminal Investigation have filed charges against a former police officer from Montgomery County who is accused of using police department informants to make drug purchases on his behalf, along with the theft of valuables from the evidence room of his police department, including firearms, cash and narcotics.

Attorney General Linda Kelly identified the defendant as John Becker, 42, of Horsham, Montgomery County. Becker is a former detective sergeant with the Hatboro Police Department.

According to the criminal charges, between December 2009 and January 2011 Becker convinced or coerced several individuals to make numerous drug purchases on his behalf, including powerful prescription pain medications such as Oxycontin and Percocet, along with cocaine.

Kelly said that all of these transactions were allegedly under the guise of assisting “undercover drug investigations” that were supposedly being conducted by Becker, though in reality no official investigations existed and Becker is accused of keeping the drugs for his own personal use.

“These non-existent investigations allegedly created by Becker to obtain drugs put unsuspecting informants in harm’s way and also tarnished the legitimate work of police departments in Montgomery and Bucks counties,” Kelly said.

Additionally, Becker is accused of engaging in a series of thefts from the evidence room of the Hatboro Police Department, where he served for many years as the evidence custodian. Between 2003 and 2011, Becker allegedly stole ten firearms, including a rare German 9mm Luger pistol, along with numerous other handguns and a 12 gauge shotgun.

Kelly said that Becker is also accused of taking more than $18,000 in cash from the evidence room, along with an Omega watch valued at $2,700 and narcotics worth more than $2,000.

As the result of this investigation, agents executed a search warrant on Becker’s home in June 2011, recovering several items determined to be evidence from the Hatboro Police Department evidence room, including items still bearing evidence stickers and items that Becker had allegedly designated as “destroyed” while serving as evidence custodian for the police department.

Kelly said the investigation also resulted in the recovery of five firearms that were allegedly sold by Becker to store in Horsham and later resold to unsuspecting buyers in Pennsylvania and Texas. Four more weapons were later located in the trunk of Becker’s car.

Becker is charged with ten counts of theft by unlawful taking or disposition, all second-degree felonies which are each punishable by up to ten years in prison and $25,000 fines.

Additionally, Becker is charged with three counts of theft by unlawful taking, all third-degree felonies punishable by up to seven years in prison and $15,000 fines.

Becker is also charged with one count of possession of a controlled substance, eight counts of unlawful restraint and 12 counts of criminal coercion, all first-degree misdemeanors each punishable by up to five years in prison and $10,000 fines, along with four counts of official oppression, a second-degree misdemeanors punishable by up to two years in prison and $5,000 fines.

Becker surrendered today to agents from the Attorney General’s Bureau of Criminal Investigation and was preliminarily arraigned before Hatboro Magisterial District Judge Paul N. Leo.

Kelly thanked Montgomery County District Attorney Risa Vetri Ferman along with Montgomery County Detectives; Bucks County District Attorney David W. Heckler and Bucks County Detectives; along with the Hatboro Police Department, for their extensive cooperation and assistance with this investigation.

Becker will be prosecuted in Montgomery County by Senior Deputy Attorney General John Flannery of the Attorney General’s Criminal Prosecutions Section.

(A person charged with a crime is presumed innocent until proven guilty.)