Dietz Development LLC

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· Alexandria

The crew that came out to do the roofing really did an outstanding job. We have a very large roof, and they put in a twelve hour plus day to get it completed. The gutter crew came out the next afternoon and started the work, and a second crew came to help them. They knocked out all of the gutters an... more


Review of Window Nation - Northern Virginia by

· Alexandria

The company was easy to work with and the price was very reasonable. They came out 6 months before I purchased the windows and the company was non- pushy as well.

Ashley M.

Review of Solar Energy World by

· Boyds

Solar Energy World is a good company who are engaged in important work: helping consumers reduce our carbon footprints, while creating a buffer for families against increasing energy costs. I like the way they handled the installation of our panels and, so far as we know, everything is working effe... more

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Review of Roof Right Inc. by

· Lutherville Timonium

They go above and beyond in their customer service! They were there to answer every single question we had and go into detail. They explained everything they were going to do and why it needed to be done, while also being honest and fair giving their expert opinions and suggestions. The quality of w... 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.
I have a ranch-style brick house and I'd like to give it a facelift. Do you recommend painting brick or will it be a lot of maintenance/work in the long-run?
Mar 12, 2014
Bekah,  I woulld consult with a professional painting company for more information., however in my experience when encountering brick chimneys which have been painted, I have seen cases where moistur ... read more

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