Contractors in Monroe


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  • Handyman Connection
    With at least 10 years of experience under their tool belts, the licensed and insured craftsmen at Handyman Connection solve edifice enigmas and tend to the structural integrity of domiciles. After selecting from a range of services, house dwellers receive a free in-home evaluation estimating the price of fixing a leaky faucet, clearing wood rot, or gagging a singing toaster. This Groupon pays for roughly the first two hours of hammer-bearing handyperson labor, which can range from minor to large-scale projects. Enlist a Handyman Connection professional to enhance your abode by replacing a drafty window with energy-saving glass or replacing a drafty window with a portal to a balmier dimension. For precise pricing on any home-repair job, call to schedule an evaluation.
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    101 S Hayne St
    Monroe, NC US
  • All-Phase Heating and Cooling
    The specialists at All-Phase Heating and Cooling help to keep homes safe and comfortable by performing installations, general maintenance, and repairs to all major brands of equipment. Through routine maintenance, the contractors keep systems running properly, which can reduce heating and cooling costs. They also work to lengthen the lifespans of heating and cooling systems and reduce the likelihood of failed components and trips to the emergency room to rescue wounded air conditioners.
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    905 Pondside Dr.
    Wingate, NC US
  • Monroe Paint & Decorating Center
    The team at PPG Porter Paints has dedicated 90 years to sprucing up homes with the company's revered brand of vivid paints, stains, and primers. Silken Touch paint ($54.19+/gal.) stands ready to replace previous wall and ceiling embellishments, such as presidential murals painted in mustard. Permanizer ($67.65+/gal.), which carries a lifetime warranty against the development of flaking and other defects, helps to prevent al fresco fortifications from cracking and peeling during supersoaker season. Acri-Shield ($55.97+/gal.) lasts for long periods indoors and out, and coats outer walls easily in the hands of both professionals and casual painters. Amicable staff members roam the aisles and are eager to provide product recommendations for any home, office, or abandoned grain silo.
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    2560 W Roosevelt Blvd
    Monroe, NC US
  • Oakhurst Builders
    In 1986, Paul Thompson surrendered to a lifelong fascination with hammers and hardware and established Oakhurst Builders. He assembled his company atop a foundation of commitment, approaching each project as if the work was being done on property of his own. Over the years, Paul has surrounded himself with a team of like-minded professionals, who, upon raising their Planeteer rings alongside Paul's, are capable of engineering repairs, renovations, and complete remodels of residential and commercial spaces. Inside job sites, they oversee a medley of services that includes staircase fix-ups, floor replacements, and kitchen appliance installations. The hard work continues outside, where Oakhurst's skilled craftsmen drill away on decks, fences, roofs, and siding.
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    616 Matthews-Mint Hill Rd
    Matthews, North Carolina US
  • MosquitoNix Salisbury
    The professionals at MosquitoNix ensure that backyard parties, picnics, and barbecues remain human-only affairs via one-time fogging applications and custom-designed, permanent misting systems. Permanent systems mist properties three to four times a day from nozzles around the perimeter of the house that are hidden so mosquitoes can't find them and clog them with chewing gum. Their solutions effectively eliminate mosquitoes with a mix of pyrethrum, permethrin, essential oils, and other active ingredients.
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    2879 Highway 160 West, Suite #4548
    Fort Mill, SC US
  • Blue Rose Pottery
    From floor to ceiling, the shelves of Crack'd Pot are lined with possibilities. There, more than 500 shapes of raw ceramic bisques are ripe for the picking. Available in 10 different categories, varieties range from dinnerware and necklaces to cookie jars. The studio's collection of glazes, available in a myriad of hues, matches the depth of the selection of provided brushes, sponges, and stamps. The staff allows guests to take as much time as they'd like to use these tools in creating their pieces—guests pay a flat fee rather than an hourly or lightyearly fee. Finished products are ready in approximately a week—glazed and fired by the staff—which makes all pieces food-safe.
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    1683 Katy Ln
    Fort Mill, SC US