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Caryl C.

Review of Window Nation - Northern Virginia by

· Fairfax Station

I was thoroughly satisfied with my experience working with Window Nation. The communication was excellent and their follow-up was great. They did a great job and in a timely manner! The crew worked quickly to ensure the work was done both completely and professionally.

Bill C.

Review of Case Design/Remodeling Inc. of DC Metro area by

· Chevy Chase

Case did a very good job. I was told I might have gotten the job for less with some other companies / people but I wanted quality, reliability and responsiveness and I got it. The job was worked on virtually every day from start to finish and when there was a need to make some corrections they were... more

J.A.P.

Review of Window Nation - Greater Baltimore by

· Lutherville Timonium

They screwed up everything from what time they were going to come. I had to call the day before. then they blue me off the day they were to come . A team was sent but it was to late for them to do anything.I was told that we would get a discount from who ever called,we did not. Then it was more work... more

George W.

Review of Power Home Remodeling by

· Mount Airy

The service and quality offered by Power Home Remodeling is wonderful.

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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