Annapolis Kitchen and Bath

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Review of Window Nation - Greater Baltimore by

· Columbia

It was not made clear to us that we were not getting what we now know are the architectural windows. We specifically asked for windows with wooden grids on the inside like our family room windows. We were sold windows with grids inside the glass; we did not know this until multiple windows were alre... more

Linda S.

Review of Thompson Creek Windows by

· Baltimore

I found everything from day one to be easy and convenient. The products were installed the day they were delivered. The quality is great and everything turned out great.

Diane M.

Review of MBC Building & Remodeling LLC by

· Columbia

We love our new bathroom. I was so impressed when Mile (owner) was willing to adjust to our requests and then dealt with all vendors. We requested to have our claw foot tub refinished and painted an unusual color. At our first interview I do not think Mike was too sure of what to do about that, but... more

D.F.H.

Review of P.J. Fitzpatrick by

· New Castle

Very professional. The only thing that they don't do is have the supervisor come and periodically check on the performance of their workers.

Which trade would I call to replace bathroom and laundry room exhaust fans?
Jul 15, 2014
An electricain is a good option; However since the fans are already exisitng agood Handyman is probably your best bet. They normally have a jack of all trades mentality so minor HVAC and electrical wo ... read more
We have a cracked stone patio and are considering other surfaces, including pavers. What do you think?
Jun 3, 2014
Mark Miles, Pavers have become extremely popular over the years. Please make sure the pavers are on a wet set concrete so you have the longevity you desire. A dry set can cause cracking with settlemen ... read more

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