Capital Construction of America Inc

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The contractors were absolutely marvelous. They unsolved many problems that we had along the way in a professional and timely manner. My kitchen was beautiful. Everything has worked the first time. I have been very pleased and I would recommend them.

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I had a terrific experience with Merrick Design and Build Inc. From the initial meeting, to project scoping and planning, to budgeting and through completion, every step was handled professionally. I will come back to Merrick for my future projects!

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Excellent windows and the install crew was A+.

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Review of Jenkins Restorations - Sterling by

· Warrenton

Jenkins is in the business of "fixing" things... bringing them back to or better than before. At NO time was I ever made to feel that my frozen pipe burst/basement repair was any less important that any other project that they were working on. My belongings, my pets and my time were treated with u... more

Standard electrical work or sub standard?

Mike Goldberg of RestoreCore PRO answered:

Oct 16, 2015
I agree with answer 1.  The electrician should have had his work inspected by an independant electrical inspection agency.  they would place a sticker on the panel bos.  you can also contact the inspe ... read more
What causes large gaps between window frames and the brick of my home? It looks like someone tried to caulk it previously, but it just pulled away again.
Sep 12, 2014
It seems like the caulk must have come loose. My recommendation is to recaulk the area and make sure that the gap is filled with insulation. Another option to look into is double expanding foam. Hope ... read more

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