Adrian Martin Contractor, LLC

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I signed a contract with Nu Look in the Summer of 2015. The sales person was very nice and not pushy. I delayed the install until December. Nu Look arrived at my home on December 15th with the ceramic architecture shingles. They installed the architecture shingles. They had to replace 14 piece... more

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· Upper Marlboro

I am extremely happy with the closet systems that Closet America installed in my home. The designer was knowledgeable and took the time to find out what I wanted in a closet system. It really helped to see the 3-D picture...took the guess work out. The actual material samples shown to me were top... more

What is the temperature range for installing roof shingles
Dec 30, 2016
In order for shingles to sit and form properly, it should be at least 36 degrees fahrenheit (2.2 celsius) outside when laying shingles. 
I scratched at few places in my Engineered Hardwood Floor. How do I fix it. Also how do I clean Engineered Hardwood Floor?
Nov 3, 2015
Start with a washcloth and some rubbing alcohol and gently wipe down where the scratches are.  Take a cotton swab and go through each scratch with some rubbing alcohol to make sure they are cleaned ou ... read more

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