Eagle Construction of Virginia

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Jane K.

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· N. Bethesda

In recent years I have turned to Case Design for approximately seven different projects and have always been extremely pleased from the initial contact to the final completion of the work. The individuals that have done the work are skilled and professional and very careful of the house and property... more

Kim M.

Review of Thompson Creek Windows by

· Fairfax

We are very happy with the Thompson Creek team. The installation and cleanup were done quickly and efficiently, and we are very happy with our new gutters.

Michelle D.

Review of Jenkins Restorations - Sterling by

· Front Royal

I would not recommend Jenkins due to the following: No communication with the project manager, staff was rude, quality of work was poor and they had to redo the work twice. Very dissatisfied.

J.L.B.

Review of Merrill Contracting & Remodeling by

· Arlington

Dave Merrill promptly met with me for an emergency project that was not considered major work or an expensive project but needed quick attention. I was pleased that Dave and his team treated me as if it were a big project. No matter how big or small, Dave was willing to provide the same customer a... more

What are the most popular/valuable indoor or outdoor home fixtures/colors/materials for 2017?
Feb 1, 2017
As a basement finishing company we're seeing a lot of granite for wet bars, lighter colors. Bathrooms and tile are often favoring gray. Brushed nickel and steel are the most common hardware and fixtur ... read more
Should I install solar panels on my new home?
Feb 20, 2014
+1 If you can amortize it into the long term loan on the home, it is a 100% no brainer. Yes!!

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