Carrion Home Repair

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Marj B.

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· Silver Spring

Wonderful to work with. Very professional with well trained team. Attention to finishing details showed excellent craftsmanship. Worked within our budget. Personal attention to our job; kept us well informed about progress. Would hire for another project.


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· Herndon

Window Nation was very professional. They gave me a quote over the phone. They follow through and answered all questions via phone or email. The day of installation was thorough, professional, and quick.


Review of P.J. Fitzpatrick by

· Havertown

Who knew a roof could be cleaned! Our roof stood out like a sore thumb. It was black and had lichens growing on it. After a cleaning by P.J.Fitzpatrick it looks brand new. I am really pleased with the outcome and would recommend the service for anyone interested in improving the exterior look of the... more

Debra K.

Review of Thompson Creek Windows by

· Montgomery Village

I am extremely pleased with my new Windows from Thompson Creek. They are beautiful! I was impressed with the company's excellent customer service. They also capped a box bay window I the front of my home, which looks wonderful. Great workmanship!

Is it time to replace my roof?

Ben Matthews of BRAX Roofing PRO answered:

Sep 11, 2017
Modern roofs can last three decades or more, depending on the materials used and the expertise and commitment to excellence of the contractor. Older roofs, however, aren’t quite as eternal. If you ha ... read more
can i replace the formica on my kitchen counters without pulling out and replacing the whole counter. In other words, can you cement new formica over what is t
Nov 6, 2015
We used a product called GianiGranite. It is a DIY paint process, but covers the formica perfectly. The reviews i read said that you may need to do an additional top coat (seal) every few years if you ... read more

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