Wateredge Construction Co.

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Cynthia H.

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· Washington

I received three estimates before deciding on Thompson Creek gutters. While their price was not the lowest, the quality of their product, service and warrantee was the highest. Most importantly, the professionalism and customer service provided by the staff exceeded my expectations. While everyone a... more

Stephen D.

Review of Nu Look Home Design - Maryland by

· Lexington Park

I bought a fixer upper house. And did not realize how bad the roof leaked. I tried patching it myself call two other roofers and no one really seem interested in helping me out with this roof. Also I would be deploying soon and needed the job done before I left because I feared I might not have a li... more

Marianne P.

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· Vienna

The windows are of excellent quality and easy to open and close. The salesman worked with us to get an agreeable price.

Cee O.

Review of J & F Specialties, Inc. / Kitchen Solvers by

· Arlington

John and his team started the job on time, cleaned up everything on a daily basis and were very accommodating when I changed my mind on something as we went along. He came up with solutions to construction issues quickly and everyone on his crew answered every question I had. They went the extra... more

Can anyone share what to look for in a fence contractor?
Mar 8, 2014
What type of fence are you leaning toward? Once you get into the larger fences, they are typically 4 or 3 board style horse fences.
Is painting bathroom tile a good solution for tile that is in good condition but not a desirable color?
Feb 19, 2014
John, I must confess to never having seen that application.  I am not sure the finish would look good or even hold up over the long term.  I would also be worried about the potential vapor retarder ... read more

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