Wexford Homes, LLC

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· Fort Washington

I think that Power Home Remodeling Group did a good job. I could see that they really care about what they do. They seem to go the extra mile to make sure their customers understand the process. Overall, it is a little pricey but for the quality of the work it is worthwhile.

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· Montpelier

Sales, through installation, clean up and follow up were commendable!

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· Waldorf

Long Fence and Home did an outstanding job from their in-home customer service through to the installation of my new roof. I was quite pleased with the incredible discount promotion, especially after having gotten a quote from another company. The company providing the other estimate did not inclu... more

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Review of Thompson Creek Windows by

· Rockville

They did a good job. It took multiple attempts to get it right, but they were able to get it done to my full satisfaction. They left the sticker on the window, which I wished they had scrapped off. Don Betts and Joseph Leister were great. They are a good company and offer a great product.

I'm considering building a wine cellar in our crawl space. How would you go about that?
May 11, 2014
It depends on how much storage you need, how you access it, available space between joints and ground and is area conditioned? Do you have some pictures and rough dimensions?
What's the best way to test out if my roof is leaking before it rains?
One easy way is to simply go into the attic space and look around and see if there is any staining on the underside of the ply wood.  The most common areas are around pipe and chimney penetrations, in ... read more

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