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Contractors & Service Pros

M.E. Flow, Inc.
Heating & Furnace Systems in 22153
"They're fast, efficient, effective and polite. Two hours after I initially spoke with them, a fellow from ME Flow was at my house, doing a thorough study of my system, and sitting down with my wife and I the options we had in replacing the old HVAC. Based on our discussion, he emailed us a formal bid within two hours. We accepted their bid the next night and they agreed to replace our HVAC 2 days later. That day, two of their people showed up on time, were very polite, kept our house clean, worked quietly, and finished in 8 hours. System works well. We're very pleased with the service. "
-- tim B. of Springfield, VA
Concepts, LLC
Handyman Services in 20120
"Hire Paul and his team. They are responsive, friendly, honest - he'll let you know what they can and can't do, the quality of work was top notch and he was $1000 less than the next lowest bidder. Overall they did a great job!"
-- Justin J. of Centreville, VA
Sivert Enterprise, Inc.
Tree Service in 20904
"Of the 3 referrals for the job of grinding 12 tree stumps, one gave an estimate of $2400 and 2 days to complete; one gave an estimate of $1200 and 2 days to compete (with one stump being too difficult to do); and Alex Sivert who gave a cost estimate of $400 and 3 hours to complete the job. He explained that he had a state of the art machine remote controlled and I agreed to his terms. He was unable to come on the date designated but called in advance and re-scheduled and offered a 10% reduction in the bill due to this inconvenience. He is professional, thorough, and honest. Five Stars!!! "
-- Farook S. of Silver Spring, MD
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Composite Deck
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Complete Bathroom Remodel
The entire bathroom was taken down to the studs. Floors were opened up to relocate the drain system and to run hot and cold supplies to the new location. A custom neo angle shower pan was installed. A steam generator was installed. The entire floor, and 4 feet up the walls was tiled.
 
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