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Remodel & Renovate in Washington : Real Estate Advice

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Sat Aug 26, 2017
Dennismiesnerinc answered:
1.Depending on the nature and depth of your project, perhaps a design professional is a good idea.
2. Avoid the big box angle! All they want is your money, and couldn't care less about your project once you've signed the contract. I know, my business used to do installations for one with an orange sign!
3. If & when you hire a general contractor, ask to see credentials!!! Don't let them do the "skilled " labor portions of your work! Hire licensed professional contractors for each trade. If a general contractor tells you that he is capable of doing every aspect of your project, show him the front door QUICKLY! No one contractor could possibly master all of the trades involved, unless you're just painting!
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Tue May 20, 2014
Odrisso1 answered:
Uff..this is too hot.Hot Water Systems Repair & Tank Replacement – Fast Service – No Hot Price Tag!
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Sun Dec 29, 2013
Lanre Folayan answered:
Hello Uncaduke,


How are you doing? Hope all is well. I know you asked this question a little over two years ago. However just in case you or know anyone who is talking about buying or selling a house in Columbia Heights/Mt.Pleasant, please check out his Columbia Heights/Mt.Pleasant Real Estate Market Report http://getdcsold.com/post/4272985/columbia-heights-mt-pleasant-dc-real-estate-market-report-nov-2013 ... more
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Tue Oct 15, 2013
Wemmy Collins answered:
It is a terrific idea especially if there is limited outdoor space. Most potential buyers would appreciate it.
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Sat Oct 29, 2011
John Walin answered:
Like others, I cant guess at the price you ask for, but can tell you there are two matters here. One is to stop the water entry, and to repair the damage. You need two estimates! duct work, plumbing, drywall and electrical contractors should inspect the damage.
good luck!
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