Fire Works Cleaning

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Richard R.

Review of Nu Look Home Design by

· Smithsburg

Nu Look installed our new roof in a professional and courteous manner. We had a large roof and they still completed it in one day and cleaned up beautifully afterwards. Although their initial estimate was high, they lowered it substantially when we showed them other estimates. As a result we ende... more

Stephanie S.

Review of Window Nation - Greater Baltimore by

· Rosedale

Window Nation is the way to go.

Jonathan F.

Review of Thompson Creek Windows by

· Alexandria

We've used Thompson Creek on three separate occasions, and we've been thrilled with their great work and excellent "bedside manner" with clients like us. We would recommend Thompson Creek to anyone looking for new windows or gutters.

Lisa K.

Review of Closet America by

· Centreville

I had 2 closets installed by 2 different companies within a week of each other. The entire Closet America experience was far superior to the other company, from design to install to quality of product. I wish I had had Closet America do both closets. Mark, my installer, was fabulous, prompt and v... more

Do you have to use a specific light bulb when using a dimmer switch.

Mike Goldberg of RestoreCore PRO answered:

Jul 21, 2016
Good information above,  Most fourescant bulbs can not be dimmed without special ballast and dimmer.  The dimmer should be rated for the total watts of the bulbs used.  If using LED bulbs make sure th ... read 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. 

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