Energy Savers’ Building Performance Institute–certified technicians use energy-saving techniques to keep indoor climates comfortable during all seasons and to diminish homeowners’ electricity bills. During home energy audits, they inspect abodes for energy leaks and share their findings with clients, detailing options for making heating and cooling systems more efficient. The process makes homes more comfortable for inhabitants and more eco-friendly.
Stewart Enterprises does for homes what a spa does for bodies: they make them look and operate better from top to bottom, inside and out. The company, which has been a pinnacle of the area’s home-improvement industry since 1977, takes great pride in hiring local workers. Today, they dispatch their workers all over the surrounding area for anything from renovation projects, to new roofs, to kitchen remodels, to baths, basements and so much more. But Stewart Enterprises doesn't just repair and renovate: they also construct additions so owners don't have to pump steroids into their houses' duct work to make it grow.
• For $50, you get $100 toward plumbing services. • For $99, you get a drain cleaning (up to a $269 value). • For $139, you get a drain cleaning, water-heater flush, and plumbing inspection for the whole house (up to a $375 value).
BGE HOME's certified technicians keep castles cozy and energy efficient with routine maintenance and 24-hour emergency services. They specialize in the repair and replacement of heating and air-conditioning units, though their expertise extends to water heaters, plumbing systems, and electrical systems. The BGE HOME team also can better equip homes to retain energy by replacing windows and doors, and installing insulation.
BGE HOME is not the same company as BGE, a regulated utility. Their license number is MD HVAC #01-7302.
After years of working as an electro-mechanical technician and repairing trains for the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority, Earl Washington Jr. decided to create his own business in 1986, advertising his handyman services door-to-door. Although he began by performing basic repairs and cleaning gutters, he continued to learn new home-improvement skills while he built relationships with local carpenters, masons, and industry professionals.
His company grew over time and eventually established itself as a full-service provider of maintenance and repairs for homes, commercial buildings, and rehabbed bouncy castles. Now joined by a full-time staff of technicians and tradesmen, Earl tinkers with homes from foundation to attic, helping to assuage clients' plumbing, electrical, and heating- or cooling-system concerns.