R A Jordan & Sons

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Irene C.

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· Bridgeport

From start to finish, the recruiting process all the way to the completion of work, it was easy. Everyone was very professional and left us completely satisfied with the work we had done.

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· Harleysville

From start to finish, from the designer to the last person in the house, everyone was professional. They gave us good options and followed through on everything they promised. They made changes as our budget required and found affordable solutions. Overall, we are very satisfied.

Allan G.

Review of Healthy Way Waterproofing & Mold Remediation LLC by

· Freehold

We worked directly with Robert Lanfrank who is the owner and founder of the company. He is knowledgeable and very client "centric". He did not try and "sell" us a solution. We discussed a handful of options to solve our basement water issues and he worked with me to find the solution that fit wit... more

Diana H.

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· Glen Burnie

The salesperson was very knowledgable. What he said they would do was exactly what happened. So far Solar Energy World produced more than we use. I am pretty satisfied. The communication is the only problem.

How difficult to replace a rotted 6x6 PT support post for 2nd floor deck? Other materials that are less likely to rot?
Not a difficult job at all. Depending on the details it can be done in a half a day. More details - more time.
Home electrical wiring: what are some safety tips for doing a home electric job?
Feb 19, 2014
Use a tester to verify the power is off before starting repair. Use pliers with insulated handles. Wrap electrical tape around switch or outlet screws before installing into box. Make sure all devises ... read more

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