Calandra Contracting

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I have dealt with many different companies and groups and I have always tried to find the lowest price but I have been convinced that you get what you pay for. American Design and Build did what I expected and even more than what I expected. Their professionalism was exceptional, their workmanship w... more

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· Burke

This is the second project Sunshine Contracting has done for us. The first was replacing 16 old windows with double-pane windows that have made a huge difference in our energy bill and in reducing road noise in the house. The most recent work was replacing soffits, facia, and gutters with leaf gua... more

Frances M.

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· Linthicum

I am very pleased with the company and would use them again.

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Review of Colonial Remodeling by

· Woodbridge

The project went very well from start to finish. Charles (aka Chas :) is a wonderful sales person and made the whole process from choosing materials and colors to guiding us through the insurance process very easy. Issues that came up were addressed and fixed promptly. All crews were very profession... more

When a house is built and there's scratches as to where you can see a drill was use to install cave it's, is there a monetary value compensation or replace?
Dec 10, 2015
If it's paint grade, filling and sanding shouldn't be to hard to do. If it's a stain grade, it should be replaced. repairs on stainable wood always seems to stand out.
How can I protect my home from storm damage?
Feb 19, 2014
John, Surrounding trees should be trimmed back and prepared to handle the snow load. Make sure windows and doors are caulked. Clear items away from the side of the that could trap snow drifts and allo ... read more

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