WSD Capital LLC (Walnut Street Development)

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Review of P.J. Fitzpatrick by

· Bel Air

I was very impressed with the sales representation, the workmanship, and efficiency of the work crew that came out to work on the job site. They were very quick, efficient, and professional.

Phillip C.

Review of Solar Energy World by

· Mechanicsville

This experience started great but took a quick turn once solar energy world completed there installation. A installer put his foot through my living room ceiling. This caused the drywall to hang down. They were quick to try to repair the huge 4 x 8 hole but did a poor job. This is a textured c... more

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Review of Thompson Creek Windows by

· Fairfax

We were impressed with everything, from the initial phone call to the finished product.

Adria S.

Review of Power Home Remodeling by

· Germantown

Power Home Remodeling has been a pleasure to work with, from their sales department to installation. We've used Power Home Remodeling for three projects now and would recommend them to anyone.

Our new home does not have insulation or sound proofing between floors. Can we fix this now?
Dec 10, 2015
If you don't want to loose ceiling height, you will need to remove the celing covering to gain access to the floor joist cavities. A product we've had great sucess with is Roxul (http://www.roxul.com ... read more
I have a screened in porch that I wish I used more. I was thinking about glassing it in and was wondering what my best option would be?
Jan 8, 2015
There are a few options, depending on the use of the intended space. You can glass the space in to create a four season sunroom. This will insulate the room but can also be costly. There is another ma ... read more
Last edited Apr 29, 2015 5:24pm

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