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Rated by
Laura S.
"I had seen some work that
did on Houzz and contacted them to set up a time to talk. My kitchen is 11X7 and I am not changing the footprint. There is zero moving" of plumbing, knocking down walls, re-doing electrical-- it is a purely cosmetic job and no permits need to be pulled-- just replacing appliances, floors and counters basically. I sent pics and a floorplan with a detailed list of what I wanted to do. The individual who was supposed to call me did not call at the appointed time, so I called him and he was apologetic. No big deal. We went through my list and he said he would have an estimate by mid week. I asked him if he would like to come by and see the space and he said no. I thought this was odd. Mid week came and went. I emailed on Thursday and asked how it was going. He responded that he needed a few more days. On Saturday, I emailed again. Several hours later I got a very slapdash estimate. No spreadsheet, just an email. Half of the items I had emailed to him were not on the list. Think about this now-- he had very specific bullet points on the same email chain. All he had to do was cut and paste them into a spreadsheet and add pricing. This is a very well regarded firm who should know how to do an estimate. I emailed him back with a list of things he had left out and asked if he was including them in the price. I then revealed (and had not so far) that the absolute
I could spend was 40K. He hastily responded that he couldn't do the work for that. Again, I wanted cosmetic work. Hang some french doors. Replace counters and floors. The most complicated thing was installing a dishwasher next to an existing sink. I did not mention finishes or materials. I did not need design services. Really? You can't do an 11X7 kitchen for forty grand? Come on. He hadn't even seen the space or truly consulted with me for more than a 10 minute phone call. It was clear that he did not want to be bothered with such a "small" budget and the slapdash customer service was evidence of that. I wish
the best but I think they need to re-examine their business ethics and customer service skills.
Rated by
Kevin E.
"They were in and out in a flash, leaving behind a job well done. Even vacuumed the rodent droppings behind the old
at no charge without being asked! Great service, would hire again.
Rated by
Catherine T.
"Bought the coupon last year and hard to get him to schedule. Once he did, the work went quickly and smoothly--All done in one day. Saved me from buying a new window as he repaired" the locks that were broken from a break-in.

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Confused about whether you should tip a contractor or service professional? Angie Hicks says you're not alone and explains what tipping practices are customary.

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Angie's Answers


This part of Don's answer follows my thoughts exactly: 

"You want to deal with a professional person that is selling you a bath that was not working as a cashier a few months ago."


Do you go to the gracery store and ask for someone to cook your steak?  Of course not.  So why would you go to a building supply store and ask for someone to remodel your bathroom?  Rarely will you see a legitimate contractor take jobs from a retailer.  Why?  Because they don't pay much.  Speed is the most important thing to them, along with getting it done cheap so they can maximize profit.  About 10 years ago I worked on a few contracted structures (sheds, garages, etc.) from Home Depot.  They contracted to another company who then contracted people to build them.  At that time they paid a flat $250 for a contractor to pick up the supplies, build the structure on site, paint it, and use their own tools.  By the time the cost of a helper, fuel, tools, etc. was factored in there was nothing left for the contractor.  Anyway, the point I'm making is that the guy who will eventually show up to do the work will be so far down the line that everyone else has already taken the profits (Home Depot, ReBath, possibly someone else, and finally the guy working) that he probably isn't going to care what kind of job he does for you, quality or not.  He likely won't have much experience due to a high turnover rate and any experience he does have will probably be limited to his teachings at that job.  He probably can't answer any building code questions or identify other hazards once things are taken apart and he certainly won't do anything he doesn't have to while it is apart. 


Another problem I've heard of repeatedly is that if (when) there is a problem there is always someone else you need to speak to.  You might have to talk to 4 or 5 different people before you can even get to someone that can address the problem.  Now multiply that due to having (at least) two separate companies involoved.  "You need to call ReBath."  "No, you need to call Home Depot."


You hire a general contractor for a reason.  We learn, understand, and keep up on building codes.  We are the one point of contact for all questions and issues on a project.  There is no manager in some other store, state, etc. to call.  You contract a GC and deal directly with that GC, or a site supervisor in some cases.  There isn't a huge chain of command to get through to reach the main decision maker for the business.  In a bathroom remodel you need someone who can do the plumbing, repair and/or move any electrical, install tile/flooring, drywall and paint, trim carpentry, and someone to coordinate all of that.  Sometimes you can find a qualified contractor to do all of those things and sometimes he will sub-contract out certain components (especially due to licensing laws) but you will always have that one definitive person to go to for any questions or issues.  A salesman in a store doesn't visit your home throughout the project to check on the status.  Even if he did, he likely wouldn't now what he is looking at.  The same goes for a retail manager.


Hire someone who specializes in taking care of your home.  Hire based on reputation & knowledge/experience.  You are right that not every customer can be happy so an occassional bad review can be found on just about any business.  Read the reviews, not the grades (they are always biased).  Look to see if the contractor attempted to rectify the problem, not ignore it.  Lastly, unless you want cheap, sloppy work and a whole heap of other troubles, don't hire based on a low price.

Hair spray is one of those things that is really bothersome.  We've run into this alot unfortunately.  And NOTHING we've found will actually clean it off.  The problem is that if you just paint over it, you still see shiny spots wherever the hairspray was.

Our companie's policy is to prime the area with any bonding primer.  This will seal the hairspray in and not let it affect the next coat of paint.  It would also be a good idea to lightly sand the area first.

Our recommendation for primer would be Zinsser's BIN Spray (red can) and can be bought at most paint stores or home improvement stores.  Other than that, any thing that specifically says "bonding" for a primer should be adequate enough. 
What I always ask my customers regarding this question when remodeling bathrooms is how good they will be about maintaining and cleaning the new bathroom, especially when the old bathroom is obviously neglected.  If you are one of those people who wipes the glass down after a shower and cleans your bathroom every week or two you really don't need to spend the extra money.  If you are at the other end of the spectrum and clean it when it finally bothers you enough it may not be a bad investment.  I've had customer tell me they can tell a difference compared to their old glass without it and others say it made no difference at all.

Todd Shell
Todd's Home Services
Your basic rights and protections under law are probably outlined by your state and city's laws. In most states, the easiest way to look up your basic rights and privelges as a consumer would be to visit your state's attorney general website - you can usually find lots of great tips to protect yourself as a consumer there, too. Here's the National Association of Attorneys General's national listing, which includes a link to each state's attorney general website: http://www.naag.org/current-attorneys-general.php

Beyond those basic rights under the law, your expectations of a contractor during, on and after the completion of a job should be explicitly outlined in the estimate and contract. Although it can be a pain in the butt, ALWAYS read the estimate and/or contract before sign it! I cannot stress this enough - frequently the cause of someone's negative experiences with a contractor can be traced back to too few details in the contract.

We've covered contracts, and what you should expect to see in them, here: http://www.angieslist.com/contractor/signing-a-contract.htm

Good luck!

Remodeling reviews in Washington


Not recommend at all.I just got a new house so i wanted to find contractor to renew my house .I bought this company's consultation through Angie's list.It cost me $99.I made the appointment and met a guy at my new house.After he checked my house ,he said he would send me quote and some other stuff .Then he never contacted me again even didn't til now.No text ,no email,no phone call ,nothing.I don't know if they just make the consultation fee or what .The service was bad !!!!
- HAO J.

Renovation started on 6/18.
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estimated 4 weeks verbally. Their website states a
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of 5 weeks for kitchen renos.
4 weeks would have landed the completion date on 7/11. Given the
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4th holiday and an early plumbing delay that cost a day or so, we expected actual completion 7/18-7/25 (six weeks from start date).
As of 9/29, upon completion, it has been 15 weeks.
• Design / Execution Issues
o Corner cabinet between sink and
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almost impossible to open after it was put in. Spacer was only put in after we insisted contractor and project manager to look at it before counter install and they both thanked her for her insistence
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was not installed at the proper level, resulting in the top
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of the
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being pushed up, damaging both the
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and the countertop
o Ceiling fan was not installed in the middle of the kitchen, resulting in one of the cabinets hitting the blades if opened
o Contractor installing the backsplash decided on his own to finish it in one day rather than two, resulting in such severe spacing and installation issues that he had to return to come in and fix it
o Cabinets installed had splash
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on them from backsplash install that normal cleaners would not get off
o One cabinet panel had an arrow marked on it which would not come off, requiring an entirely new panel put on over top of it
? We notified project manager on 7/23. New panel was not ordered until 8/18
o Cracked lazy
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o Hinges for washer/dryer were installed on the side where you are not able to open up the soap tray to use the washer. We notified project manager of this on 8/18. Finally fixed over a month later on 9/29.
o Filler panel to left of pantry was cut poorly. Contractor’s solution was just fill the hole with black caulk
o Under-cabinet
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lighting went out on 2 of 3 strips not long after installation. Notified project manager 8/27
o Leak under faucet
• Issues with showing up
o Canceled 6/17 with notification on the day of that they will not be coming
o Canceled 6/23 with notification on the day of that they will not be coming
o Confirmed that contractor will show up for repairs on 7/30 post 12pm.
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e-mailed project manager at 1:15 to check on schedule. No response until 2:28p.m. finding out that contractor “should be arriving shortly”
• Project Management issues
o Cabinet knobs received (ordered?) rather than pulls
? 7/23 this was noticed, replacements were then promised almost a week later
? 7/23 we offered to stay home from work to get them installed sooner
? Three days later, project manager responds that he has had heard nothing on the pulls, so then simply just pushes schedule back on this.
o “Final
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Day” scheduled for 8/15: we explicitly stated in our e-mail that we are expecting everything to be completed on this day. This is confirmed by project manager that it will be completed. When they left, arrow
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remained on panel. Spots from backsplash install that were cleaned reappeared.
o 9/6 – the next day that everything was supposed to be completed: a list of 7 items.
? 1 item, moving the hinges on washer / dryer cabinets, did not even have the correct parts (new panels) delivered on 9/6. Project manager was not aware of delay because he did not confirm they were actually delivered, but instead blamed Kitchen Craft not notifying him.
? Contractor said that he would need an electrician to look at the under-cabinet lighting. He told us this on 9/6, meaning there is no way that this would be completed that day
? As a result, 2 of the final 7 items had zero
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of being completed this day due to poor planning.
o Next “final” day of project – 9/27
? Washer/dryer panels were brought by contractor, but he did not have them drilled properly for installation. As a result, another reschedule to 9/29 between 9 and 12pm
? Contractor was about to leave the apartment when we had to notify him that the two
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panels he just installed were not actually attached under the cabinets
? Upon these being screwed in, there appears to be two holes where the contractor went into a cabinet, took out two screws, and used them to attach the
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? In addition, two screws were left in the sink following this job
? Contractor was about to leave the apartment when we reminded him twice that we needed the Zep cleaner. Per project manager’s e-mail, the contractor was to “take care” of the touch-ups. He simply brought them up and then left.
o Project manager attempted to collect on the third payment before completion of the renovation on 9/9. Per the invoice signed by project manager and us, amounts due were “1/3 deposit at signing, 1/3 on start date, and 1/3 on completion”

o Next “final” day of project – 9/29
? Contractor notified that we need to leave the apartment at 12pm to get back to work. He showed up at 12pm.
? Project manager did not relay information to contractor that hinge needed to be moved so that the washer detergent drawer could open. As a result, the panel was put on in the exact same place, having the exact same issue.
? To fix this, the contractor then had to come back between 5:30 and 7pm on 9/29 to move hinge.
We’ve already attempted to point out flaws and issues with the contractor and get them resolved, so scheduling another “fix” with them is frankly off the table. Some things were fixed, like the ceiling fan being relocated. Most others were very poorly addressed, such as black caulk filling bad cuts in under-cabinet trim and panels, screws taken from cabinets to attach under cabinet lighting, and the contractor to leave without attaching the under cabinet lighting to the cabinet at all.
Let us be clear: We are not interested in having them come into our home again to resolve the issue, as they have proven that they have stopped putting any care into the work that they do here. In addition, based on a wealth of past evidence, any other “fix” days would be so poorly planned that the completion or resolution of these issues could last into the winter.
Throughout this entire renovation process, we have had to have someone at the apartment every weekday that they were to show up, whether they did or not. After 15 weeks of this, our schedules simply did not permit us to continue to constantly push everything aside for this renovation.

We undertook this project based on the fact that our initial introduction to the company was through an Angie’s List Big Deal for a kitchen design, and assumed that the project would be completed in a manner consistent with a company that’s not only listed on Angie’s list but promoted as well.
- Patricia K.

I bought a fixer upper house in Cleveland Park, DC that needed work throughout. I was anxious to start the work in March given my own time availability (a leave of absence from my job) and in order to move into the house. I selected
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mainly because I was impressed with
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's attitude and responsiveness, and the price was fair (I did not feel they would nickel and dime me for everything and they didn't).
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's price was 10% less than one other bidder and about the same price as another bidder (both top rated firms on Angie's List.)
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's price was all-inclusive and I obtained discounts by ordering cabinets, granite countertops, tile, and appliances through them.
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responded quickly with an estimate and work was started within 2-3 weeks after contract signing. A couple of mistakes (e.g. cabinet measurements) were discovered as the work progressed, however, I found
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reasonable to work with and to find solutions. I also attribute my own need to move fast to the couple of issues that arose. The majority of the work did take about twice as long tas the orginal estimate of 6-8 weeks, however, I expected that - and my own decision to expand the scope of work contributed to delays as well.
As the job progressed, there were a few add-ons (ductwork for the tankless hot water heater, rerouting a gas line in the kitchen) but all were reasonable.
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responded very quickly whenever I had an issue or question. I also appreciated that
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had the crews re-do several aspects to ensure top quality. Things such as smoothing out the uneven surfaces in plaster walls, several times in order to get it right. I also greatly appreciated that
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approved the crew doing some furniture installation/hanging of wall art, etc. with no extra charge while they were at my home awaiting deliveries, etc.
I had a roofing and siding company also do work at the same time that
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was working on the inside of my home. I appreciated that
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on two occasions let me know when there appeared to be an electrical cut, and insufficient quality to the exterior siding work. Many contractors might not say anything however I felt that
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was looking out for my best interests.
I found
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, and all of the crew members were extremely punctual, reliable, trustworthy and hard-working.
In summary, I highly recommend
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for your home improvement project.

- Karen Ann B.

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were great. My project was complicated by the fact that I'm an absentee landlord and I was not available to oversee the project. While I was there for a few days during the middle of the project, I had to rely on
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to meet their deadlines and make cosmetic decisions in my absence, with which I was very happy (and I'm very picky). Furthermore, I set an extremely tight timeframe because my condo was only available for a few weeks between tenants. Despite the late arrival of the vanity (which I ordered and was not in their scope), they were able to finish the project on time. I was extremely pleased with the results.
- Casey B.

I purchased the Big Deal from
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for the kitchen design and measurement.
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was very responsive, quick to get back to my emails. Additionally, ADC was very understanding of my hectic schedule because of work. I had to go ahead and cancel the Big Deal and ADC were helpful to process the refund. Thanks!
- Alan G.

Overall we are very happy with the quality of the work and the price. The only reason we gave him a B in quality versus an A was due to the fact we had to have his team come back twice to adjust the finished work. He was very responsive to our need for a few items to be fixed and in the end we are very happy with our shower. We would use him again and would recommend him to friends.
- Martha V.

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team came through again. we've used the consistently since we've owned our home (2006). They refinished our basement that was down to exposed ceiling rafters/main sub-floor, all electrical, and internal door installation. The works were done in a timely manner and to our expectations. There were a couple of spots on the ceiling that required additional work once they were exposed during painting but corrective action was taken immediately.
Not to be overlooked,
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does an outstanding job of site preparation and clean-up. During this remodel, a portion of our basement was being used for living and
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did an outstanding job of going the extra length to keep the work site out of the living space.

All Kitchen And Bath Remodelers in Washington, DC

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A & J Painting

4360 Ivymount Ct

A & P Builders

480 Stoney Bottom Rd

A & S Sales Inc

458 S Pickett St

A And K Refinishing LLC

3002 Blueford Road

A and R contracting

801 22nd ST south

A Carney Construction

12730 Bristow Road



A H Jordan Plumbing & Mechanic LLC

1818 New York Ave NE Ste 113




906 Montgomery Street

A Square Contractor

16509 Raven Rock Dr

A T Lori Enterprises Inc

7104 Bonniemill Ln

A to Z Remodeling

7118 Cold Spring Ct

A Work Of Art

3380 Ladino Ct

A&A Refinishing Services

956 Cedar Grove Ave.

A&I design homes

10282 arizona cir

A&I Design Homes

42918 Tippman Place

A&I Home Improvements

10610 Lockridge Dr

A&J Contracting Services LLC

6733 Sutton Oaks Way

A&K Remodeling

Po Box 2266

A&S Sales Inc

9834 Liberty Rd

A+ Handyman

224 Doe Trl





A-1 Handyman

4704 Eddystone St

A-1 Installations, LLC

8612 Linton Hall Road

A-Pro Renovation

1629 K St. NW

A-Z Home Service

5754 Lichenbark Cir

A.G. Building and Remodeling LLC

7847 Old Georgetown Road

A.J. Michaels

4512 York Rd


1540 Maurice Dr

Aaction Restoration Inc

8324 Veterans Hwy


PO BOX 1285


6809 Wisconsin Avenue



AAJA Plumbing Repairs

3211 Annandale Rd

Aaron Design & Build, Inc.

5556 Wicomico Circle



Abbey Energy and Exteriors

21465 Price Cascades Plaza

ABE-Remodeling Co

5006 Garrett Ave



Abe’s Plumbing in VA

7237 Calvert St

Able Handyman Service llc

637 Burnside Terrace

Ables Construction Corp

9676 Tarvie Circle





ACA Contracting

5500 Holmes Run Parkway Suite C4

Academy Remodeling

8208 Wahly Dr

Accents Painting Plus Inc

12416 Pretoria Dr

Accessible Improvements

20317 Grazing Way

Ace Heating & Air

47 Ridge Ave

Ace Home Improvement LLC

4473 Southern Business Pk Dr

ACE Home Repairs

20810 Noble Terrace

Ace Home Services

PO Box 341406



Ace Plumbing, LLC

2009 White Lake Dr.


4620 Columbia Rd


1030 ASHE ST

Acosta Consulting LLC

5165 MacArthur Blvd NW

Acosta Contracting Services, LLC

3936 Persimmon Dr. # 204

Active Home Renewal

1409 Broadwood Dr

Acute building construction, llc

2017 Vermont Ave NW

ACV Home Improvement LLC

13728 Winding Oak Cir

Ada Karacan

5461 Sheffield Ct

Adam Contracting LLC

8811 Sudley Rd

Adams Custom Painting LLC

7666 Summerfield Hills Dr



Adela Construction

10319 Westlake Dr

ADG Contractor

3120 Collie Lane

ADI Construction


ADM Contracting

3003 Flat Meadow Ct

Adriani Brothers Construction

26338 Jones Wharf Rd

Affordable Renovations

10218 Rodgers Rd


211 E. Tantallon Drive


8935 Brookville Rd

Air Benders

23571 Pebble Run Place unit 190

Aisner Management

11727 N Shore Dr

AJ General Contractor LLC

13978 Gunners Place

AJ Ross Service

5406 Riverdale Rd

AK Painting

13985 Gunners Pl.

Aladdin Carpet & Floors

12321 Parklawn Dr

All Around the House Home Repairs

14331 Westminster Lane

All Builders United

6904 Highland St


PO BOX 6354



All Eco Center

2662 University Blvd W

All Plumbing Inc

921 N Jackson St.

All Renovations, Inc

6920-B Braddock Road

All Season Painting, Inc.

8504 Ardwick Ardmore Rd.




22713 Commerce Center Ct Ste 140

Allusions & more LLC

Cabinet ReFinishing/Painting, ReFacing & ReDesign

Almighty & Co LLC

3830 Lightfoot St

ALP Painting LLC

4706 Sellman Road

Alpha Construction Services

6603 Ladyslipper Ln

Amarc Solutions

40820 Woodside Place

Amazing Reno

6066 Leesburg Pike Ste 210

Ambiance Inc

6283 Gentle Ln

Amercians Choice Services

11213 Smithfield Rd


P.O. Box 4

American Decorating Center

40 Pidgeon Hill Dr

American Hardwoods Inc

9160 Brookville Rd

American Home Innovations LLC

2508 North Chambliss St

American Home Performance LLC

2512 Windy Oak Court

American Kitchen & Bath

1445 Stafford Market Place


11270 Old Baltimore Pike

American Remodeling Corp

8017-C Dorsey Run Rd



AMS Construction LLC

60 Hidden Creek Ln

AMS Contractors

4811 Rim Rock Rd


2517 Oakenshield Dr

AMS Home Remodeling, LLC

6755 Greatnews Ln

Ancora Contracting

3351 Highwood Dr. SE

Anderson Construction

12004 Mastbrook Lane

Andi Biagi Interiors

15486 Eagle Tavern Lane

Andre's Technology Empire

1200 Delaware Avenue SW Suite 303

Androconst LLC

5268 G Nicholson Ln.



Andyman, LLC

3642 Denison Street

Another Angle Design Services

13621 Weinstein Court


10026 Wedge Way



Apollo Builders

P.O.Box 322


33747 Snickersville Turnpike

Appliance Builders Wholesalers





8127 15TH Ave. Apt. 101




2121 Wisconsin Ave NW

Archiquest Inc

5412 Woodway Dr



Arco Painting & Remodeling LLC

14405 Innsbruck Court

ARDO Contracting, Inc.

9693 Gerwig Lane

Area Construction

12339 Folkstone Drive

ARH Electric

PO Box 3638

Aria Flooring LLC

12860 New Hampshire Ave

ARJ Group, Inc.

412 H St NE

Army Vet's Remodeling

11140 Rockville Pike #101

ART Design Build

4309 Lynbrook Dr

AS&R Consultants, LLC

2465 Centreville Road

ASA Remodeling

10005 Moore Drive

Ashford Kirby Inc

438 Girard Street


17873 Fraley Blvd


4915 Lackawanna St





At Your Door Floor Store

17617 Redland Rd

At Your Home Services

17716 Crystal Spring Terrace

Atar Designs

407 N Stonestreet Ave


3809 Pickett Rd

Atlantic Green LLC

10825 Houser Dr

ATLANTIS Kitchen | Bath | Marble | Granite

43671 Trade Center Place Suite 130

Atlas Home Inspection

1614 N Wakefield St

Atlas Moran Construction

4418 North Old Glebe Road

Bair Group LLC

11160 C1 South Lakes Dr



Baldwin Remodeling LLC

2234 Hidden Retreat Trail



Barratt Construction

PO Box 60463

Barrier Construction, LLC

4515 Aspen Hill Road

Barrons Lumber

23 W. Diamond Ave.





Basement Masters

1680 E GUDE DR STE 313

Bates Building Solutions

13060 Wainwright Rd.

Bath & Kitchen Creations Inc

19385 Cypress Ridge Terrace



Bath and Tile by Mike

480 Sweetbriar Lane

Bath Fitter

15010 B Farm Creek Drive

Bath Fitter

212 Fort Collier Rd

Bath-ReNu LLC

3836 Mountain Rd


3739 Pickett Rd

Bathroom Renovation Pros

4901 Randolph Rd

Bathroom Renovators Inc.

5250 Queens Wood Dr.

Baths By RJ

3975 University Dr



Baxter Blevins Construction

507 Sprinmg St. SE

Bay Country Floors

1356B Main Chapel Way

BCN Homes and Design Build

3471 Washington Blvd


P.O Box 1154

Beal Contractors

1138 Cedar Dale Ln

Beauchain Builders Inc

15 Barnswallow Ct


PO Box 1038

Belart Contracting LLC

12920 Grays Pointe Rd

Bell Decor Renovation llc

13226 Braddock Rd.

Bella Casa LLC

14216 Long Green Dr

Bellacasa Handyman services.

12464 Oliver Cromwell Drive

Belmont Services LLC

10614 Belmont Blvd

Benchmark Builders LLC

108 Meadowview Lane

Benitez Contractors LLC

5257 Buckeystown Pike

Benitez General Contractor

6225 Summer Pond DR

Benjamin Franklin Plumbing

2702 Back Acre Cir

Bennett Tile Inc

7322 Charlotte St

Berith Builders

13074 Langley Rd

Berith Builders LLC

13074 Langley Rd

berj kalayjian

4323 madison st


7608 F Fullerton Rd.

Best quality construccion

9157 forest breeze ct

Bethesda Builders Ltd

6215 Dahlonega Road

Bethesda Home Improvements

10 Old Bonifant Road

Beyond Design, Inc.

13215 Twin Lakes Drive

BFC Contractors Inc.

1720 Clay Hammond Rd.



Bianco Design and Build Corp

7501 Presidential Ln


1800 Diagonal Road

BJ Global Enterprises LLC

11160-C1 S Lakes Dr

BK Contracts

120 Halifax Ave

Blackcrow Builders

203 Alpine Meadow Rd

Blue Isle Granite & Tile

9430 Contractors Court

Blue Jay Electric Inc

6064 Augustine Ave


20009 Cinnabar Dr

Blue Ribbon Contracting

7317 James Madison Highway

Blue Sea Construction

201 Jackson Creek Ln.

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