Crane Homes, Inc.

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My experience with Prince William Home Improvement was not good at all. Prince William Home Improvement's craftsmanship, competence and their workmanship left me very dissatisfied.

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Power Home Remodeling Group is very different. They provided us with beautiful gutters and a beautiful roof. I do not approve of the way they conduct business though. Both the project manager and the salesperson lacked knowledge and professionalism. The company's overall communication was lackluster... more

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· Stafford

Appreciate the patience, dedication and time employees took to walk me through this process of roof and siding selection and replacement. It is most appreciated.

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· Richmond

I would whole heatedly recommend Leo Lantz Construction to anyone seeking to remodel their kitchen. The entire job was completed much faster than we anticipated and their communication throughout the process was greatly appreciated. We felt like we knew what was being done and our daily lives were n... 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
What's the best way to test out if my roof is leaking before it rains?
If you can get into your attic you should be able to see evidence of leaks. Look for staining and/or rotting wood at walls and penetrations.

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