Clarksville Construction Services

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Review of American Design and Build by

· Whiteford

Great service and excellent workmanship. We have used them for many of our home projects and will continue to consider them first for the other services they provide. They are a great company to do business with!

Steve M.

Review of Thompson Creek Windows by

· Poolesville

The quality of the door is excellent and the crew that did the installation work was flawless. Everyone that we dealt with over the phone from the company was professional and knowledgeable.

Jessica B.

Review of Fresh Coat Painters of Northern Virginia by

· Britow

I was very pleased with the service I received from Fresh Coat. I feel the pricing they provided me was fair, and I will be using them again in the future for my other painting needs. Thank you again, it made a massive difference to my house!!

King C.

Review of Miller & Smith by

· Stafford

The layout was the only motivator for me to purchase a Miller & Smith Home. The lack of workmanship, the diminutive quality, the erroneous service, along with the inadequate mishandling in order to satisfy the homeowner was extremely disappointing. Miller & Smith does not have the buyers' best inter... more

What is the best flooring for a cold, damp basement? There is existing carpet over a concrete slab.
Oct 9, 2014
Why is the slab damp?  Carpet, is rarely a good solution over concrete.  There are insulated subfloor panels that can be used as well to have a finished floor installed over top. 
What's the difference between a "replacement window" and a "new construction" window?
Mar 5, 2014
Hey Jerrod,  When installing replacement windows, the existing window frame remains and the replacement window is installed inside the existing frame.  This causes the glass area to shrink slightly to ... read more

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