George J. Grove and Son

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Peter R.

Review of A.J. Perri (Service) by

· Flemington

The yearly A/C checkout work was done at our home on May 5th, 2015 by your service technicianAndrew Herring. Andrew was very helpful in explaining what he did and suggested replacement of a couple parts. He performed his work in a efficient and timely manner. He is a friendly person. We have no neg... more

William W.

Review of Power Home Remodeling by

· Trenton

I was very pleased with the entire project. It gives my home a whole different look. The crew was very professional and cleaned everything up.

Lecester J.

Review of Closet America by

· Hyattsville

There were some measurement errors which had an impact on the install date. They were prompt in rescheduling within the same week and added some additional pieces or designs without charge.

Kevin B.

Review of KBR Kitchen & Bath by

· Bethesda

I recommend KBR without question. They redid our kitchen (complete gut job) and built a new bathroom on-time and on-budget. Working with them was very easy and we would gladly do more with them in the future.

What is the best gutter protection product?
Nov 10, 2014
Hey Robert,  When it comes to gutter protection, it really depends on the specific roof slope and size of the home or building.  Rhino gutter guard is a great guard that can be installed on 5" or 6" ... read more
Is there anything I can do from inside my attic to battle ice dams? I'll worry about preventing them next, for now I have them and want to speed up their melt.
One easy fix for homeowners to prevent ice dams from the attic is to ensure proper airflow "intake" from the eaves.  In many cases, the insulation is blown tight to the soffit which cuts off the venti ... read more

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