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Direct Movement Group LLC

Our goal is to bring you one step closer to your dream home. Whether it is through a touch up in the kitchen, a new garage door, or a full home renovation, we are here to provide you with your every construction need. We strive for excellence in every project, and through this excellence, we have gained our customers trust and respect.

With our foundation of integrity, we aim to work diligently and efficiently to get the job done in the best way possible. We hold communication and transparency in high regard, checking in with our customers frequently to make sure they are satisfied every step of the way. It is through these qualities that we turn your construction visions into realities.

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  • 2015 Qualified Remodeler Top 500
  • Best of Houzz 2016 - Service
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